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Palace striker: I had to get through Monday due to injury and family issue

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CRYSTAL Palace striker Aaron Wilbraham says boss Ian Holloway told the players not to let the fans down at the AMEX Stadium on Monday night.
And the 33-year-old was happy to send the travelling support home happy.
"It was important the squad celebrated with the supporters behind the goal at the final whistle," he said.
"It wasn't like we scraped the win, we deserved it with the way we played. The fans deserved to be celebrated with.
"The gaffer told us we don't get a second chance to put something right and not to let the fans down – I'm sure they appreciated that."
Furthermore, in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser, Wilbraham says he nearly missed out against Brighton on Monday and how he had to deal with some family news with his mother before kick-off.
"I didn't really want to tell anyone about it before the game because I didn't want the lads thinking it would be in my head," he said.
"I just thought to get the game out of the way."
Don't miss the full interview with Wilbraham in tomorrow's Croydon Advertiser.
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Palace striker: I had to get through Monday due to injury and family issue


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