“It’s all happening so fast”, these were the words Wilfried Zaha took the modicum of Twitter to announce his reaction to an England call up back in November having just turned 20 years of age. The call came on the back of some scintillating performances for Crystal Palace of the Championship, raising high interest from 

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One of Ian Holloway’s first duties in succeeding Dougie Freedman as manager of Crystal Palace was to, rather inevitably, answer questions about the future of his prized asset at Selhurst Park, Wilfried Zaha. His response, in his typical eccentric Bristolian register, was to comprehensively rebuff any potential departure. “Can I be polite?” he reversed the 

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