Against Watford earlier this month, Julian Speroni continued his legacy at Selhurst Park by becoming only the fourth player in Palace history to reach the 400-game mark. Here he speaks about the virtues of being patient, allowing him to do what he loves most at the place he most loves to do it.
Despite finally breaking the Eagles’ all-time appearance record for a goalkeeper by making his 389th outing for the club earlier this month, Julian Speroni is still hungry for more. The Palace legend is aiming to reclaim the goalkeeper jersey he has barely let out of his safe hands for the past decade to further enhance his legacy at Selhurst Park.
Last time Liverpool were in town, Julian Speroni thought it was his last performance for an adoring Selhurst audience with the curtain seemingly falling on his 10 year Palace tale. But thankfully a new deal penned in the summer has prolonged his stay, and ensured a testimonial at the end of the season for which there will be standing room only as a club legend takes a deserved bow.