A BUMPER edition of Crystal Palace content features on the back pages of Friday's Croydon Advertiser. It's certainly not one to miss, with an exclusive back page interview with co-chairman Steve Parish on his doubts over Tony Pulis back in November. "I wouldn't say he was the standout candidate," says Parish. "I was concerned about some things I'd seen with how Stoke City had played." An exclusive interview with Pulis also features on the back of his Premier League Manager of the Month award. Pulis told the Advertiser: "I was delighted and for the recognition everybody at the club gets. "It's not just about me, it's about everyone at Palace - that also includes the wonderful supporters." Furthermore, we have a big interview with hotshot Dwight Gayle following his end-of-season antics on the pitch with four goals in his final two games. "Hopefully next season I can repay the faith Palace have shown in me and get a few more goals," said Gayle. "The close season now is going to be very important for me and work on a few things." Interviews with Wayne Hennessey and Tom Ince are also included, while co-chairman Stephen Browett gives us an updates on season ticket sales and his admiration for the new home and away kits. It gets better as a double page review of the season looks at highlights from each month, while the results from a number of our online polls reveal your votes. We asked for your goal of the season, moment of the season, game of the season and player of the season. Check out who won each category tomorrow. A standard match report page with ratings is also included from Fulham last Sunday, with a fantastic photo of Gayle taking the free-kick for his second goal. Columnists Robert Sutherland, Zoe Messenbird and Alex White also feature, while the Advertiser's sports reporter Mark Ritson has given his season review, highlighting Pulis' appointment in particular. And as ever, all of your local sport is included, with the new Ryman Surrey Championship cricket season underway, along with athletics and other sports reports. All of this only in Friday's Advertiser!
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