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Birmingham midfielder: Palace have got a place in my heart

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FORMER Crystal Palace midfielder Darren Ambrose says he is looking forward to making his first return to Selhurst Park since leaving for Good Friday opponents Birmingham City.
The 29-year-old has suffered a frustrating season with injury but he is now fit and has a chance of featuring against the Eagles tomorrow.
"I think I've got a strong relationship with Crystal Palace fans," he told Advertiser Sport.
"It's no secret Palace have got a place in my heart and I always look out for their results.
"It is the first time I'm returning on Good Friday and I was disappointed to miss the game at St. Andrew's in December, so I'm looking forward to it.
"I had my best part of my career at Palace, but I'm hoping now I can recapture that form I had at Birmingham."
Don't miss the full interview with Ambrose in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser ahead of the game, where he talks about his memories of Palace, his injury problems and what he will do if he scores at Selhurst Park for Birmingham City.
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