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Ramage points to positives amid gloom

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PETER Ramage has reiterated it's important to remember just how far Palace have come this season and that it was important to stop their recent rot with a clean sheet against Barnsley.

The 29-year-old said: "We're frustrated we didn't win more than anything else," he said.

"It was nice to stop the rot in terms of conceding goals and getting a clean sheet.

"We created so many chances and we were unable to put it in the back of the net.

"Everybody is doom and gloom, but we're fourth in the league – six points ahead of seventh position.

"People have got to realise we lost the first four games of the season and we were bottom of the league, adrift, and now we've turned it around.

"OK, we haven't won the last four games but we didn't play badly. We were disappointed to send the fans away without a win, but as a team, we were happy with our performance."

The stopper also said it was a strange situation regarding the home and away kits for both sides, adding that it was a bit of a shambles before the game.

With no game this weekend, attentions now turn to Ipswich Town on Tuesday, and Ramage is hoping the extra days off will help them prepare. And he has not given up hope of claiming second spot in the Championship either.

"Until somebody says we can't get it, there isn't one person in that dressing room that's not going to strive to get it," he said.

"Winning games will get us the momentum again and performing well."

Ramage points to positives amid gloom


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