Crystal Palace bring stellar names to Forest Green

Fraizer Campbell is set to feature for Crystal Palace at Forest Green

Fraizer Campbell is set to feature for Crystal Palace at Forest Green

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CRYSTAL Palace will showcase new signings Fraizer Campbell and Brede Hangleland at Forest Green tomorrow, 3pm.

Campbell a former England and Manchester United striker joined the Eagles on a three-year deal from Cardiff City and was today joined by former Fulham captain Brede Hangeland.

The Premiership outfit will also include former Arsenal winger Jerome Thomas, Scotland international midfielder Barry Bannan and former non-league striker Dwight Gayle. Former Forest Green loanee, Jerome Binnom-Williams, will also feature.

The Eagles will be led by Ady Pennock's former assistant manager and close friend and house-mate at Stoke City, David Kemp.

Pennock worked alongside Kemp and current Eagles boss Tony Pulis at Stoke as first team coach for six years, before a phone call from Pulis to Forest Green chairman Dale Vince helped the now Rovers boss land the job at The New Lawn eight months ago.

"I've spoken to Tony and I am delighted with the names he is sending down and it will be great for our fans to see players from the Premier League playing at The New Lawn, " said Pennock.

Former Port Vale defender Liam Chilvers, who featured in the second half at Brimscombe on Tuesday isn't included after his partner gave birth yesterday.

Pennock added: "The door isn't closed on Liam but he will be spending time with his partner and new baby and isn't involved against Palace."

Pennock is still hoping to add a centre-back to his squad with just over a week to the Conference opener at Southport.

"I am still trying to get someone in and hope to have some news soon."

Striker Magno Vieria has joined Conference outfit Nuneaton on a one-month loan deal.

Crystal Palace: Lewis Price, Chris Kettings, Peter Ramage, Paddy McCarthy, Brede Hangeland, Jerome Binnom-Williams, Adlene Guedioura, Stuart O’Keefe, Barry Bannan, Jerome Thomas, Fraizer Campbell, Dwight Gayle, Michael Chambers, Ghassimu Sow, Connor Dymond, Sullay Kaikai, Reise Allassani, Owen Garvan.

 

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