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Damien Delaney signs new deal with Crystal Palace

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DAMIEN DELANEY has signed a new deal with Crystal Palace that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2014 season.
The 31-year-old Irishman has impressed since joining the Eagles on a short term deal from Ipswich Town on transfer deadline day, linking up well with Peter Ramage at the heart of the defence.
Delaney made his debut against Sheffield Wednesday on September 1 and his 14 appearances for the club have coincided with the Eagles' current 14-match unbeaten run, during which time they have kept five clean sheets, scored 31 goals and conceded just 14.
The defender has scored three goals in those 14 games, with his first coming in the seven-goal thriller against Burnley at Selhurst Park, followed by strikes against south London rivals Millwall and the then league leaders, Leicester City.
His goal at the King Power Stadium was undoubtedly his best when he gave the Eagles the lead with a thunderous shot through a crowd of players following a corner.
The new deal will see the Republic of Ireland international remain with the club until the end of the 2014 season.

Damien Delaney signs new deal with Crystal Palace


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