Crystal Palace season review
Sky Sports expert Jamie Redknapp analyses Crystal Palace's 2013/14 season, including picking his star man, and we have also teamed up with Opta to assess the strengths and weaknesses in attack and defence
Last Updated: 15/05/14 2:14pm
JAMIE REDKNAPP'S VIEW"Palace’s turnaround under Tony Pulis is one of the best team performances I have ever seen.
"It did not even end up being a relegation battle after the results they picked up. The fans deserve a mention, because they made it a fortress down at Selhurst Park. Tony went in there, got a team that looked dead and buried organised and they were magnificent. It is impossible to pick one player out for praise, because they all deserve credit. The whole team and manager equally deserve credit for turning around their fortunes."
CRYSTAL PALACE'S ATTACK
STAR MEN: EVERYONE
Jamie says: "The whole team and manager equally deserve credit for turning around their fortunes"
Palace captain Mile Jedinak made the most interceptions in the Premier League this season, making an average of 3.7 per game, while also making the highest amount of tackles in the division (133). Winger Yannick Bolasie completed an average of 2.6 dribbles per match – placing him into the league’s top-five dribblers.