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Palace defender: Some fans have taken Twitter abuse too far

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CRYSTAL Palace defender Peter Ramage wants the fans to stick behind the team instead of abusing them on Twitter.
The 29-year-old and defensive partner Damien Delaney decided to come off the social media website after Easter Monday's defeat to Blackpool, and in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser, Ramage explains why.
And he wants the club's supporters to remember where the club were at the start of the campaign.
"I don't really take notice of the ones who hate," he told Advertiser Sport
"Some have gone a bit far with the abuse, but I'm old enough and big enough to ignore all that.
"There was a lot of frustration from everyone after Blackpool and the bus journey home wasn't great.
"We just want the fans to stay with us. There have been more highs than lows this season – we were bottom of the league last August."
Do not miss the full interview in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser.
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