It was a poor result against rivals Brighton at Selhurst Park but the good news is that Palace legend Clinton Morrison joined the FYP Podcast Extraaa to discuss the game.
Clinton, who scored 142 goals for the Eagles in two spells and is a bonafide club legend, is now back at Selhurst as a club ambassador working in the executive boxes on match-days, alongside his media work.
He was at Selhurst for the derby game with Brighton doing punditry for Sky Sports but after the game joined JD and Sellsy to discuss the 2-1 defeat, where he thought referee Craig Pawson got a ot of big decisions wrong.
He said: "I don't think he was good enough today. I shouldn't say the game was too big fo him, he's an exprience Premier League ref, but he got a lot of the major incidents wrong. If I was out there playing I think I'd have probably lost my head with him and got sent off, the things I'd have said wouldn't have been nice!
"But we can't blame the referee, we should have been better in the final third today."
There was also discussion on the pod on the starting 11 with Chiekhou Kouyate and Max Meyer dropped from the midfield three and Clinton had some opinions on that too.
He said: "When it's congested in the midfield there is no space and I do believe we miss a creative player in that midfield. I think the midfield is a likeness and we need someone like a Max Meyer to come in there, I think that is the key position we are missing."
Loads more things from the game were covered on the pod, including that Anthony Knockaert challenge on Luka in the opening minute.