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Crystal Palace Players Get Involved In Doors Vs Wheels Debate

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Crystal Palace Players Get Involved In Doors Vs Wheels Debate

Are you team doors or team wheels? It's the debate taking the internet, and the office, by storm right now and Crystal Palace players have had their say.

It's so easy to get pulled into a discussion or debate on social media that really doesn't matter, but every now and again an extremely important topic comes up.

In the last few days a tweet discussing whether or not there is more doors or wheels in the world went viral, leading to some very deep conversations.


Everyone's got their own opinion on the debate that really is dividing families and ending friendships, so of course the Premier League has to eventually get involved.

Crystal Palace players were asked for their answers, and you have to start worrying about how it might fracture the relationships in the Selhurst Park dressing room.

Jack Butland was very much a doors man, although his reasoning does seem a little flawed, and Conor Gallagher is a wheels man. All hell could soon break loose.


The whole thing even became a hot topic in our own office, I for one was initially team wheels but then someone brought cupboard and fridge doors into it and now I'm not sure.

One lad tried to claim what windows could be counted as doors just because you can go in and out of them.


Don't worry though, he also revealed recently that he uses a spoon to spread butter on toast, rather than say a butter knife, so his opinions aren't really valid.


If Palace don't end up tearing themselves apart over this question then they can probably go back to concentrating on the end of the season.

Patrick Vieira's side are hoping to finish in the top half of the Premier League, and currently sit in 10th place, but their cup aspirations may take over.


The south London side are in the FA Cup quarter finals, and face relegation, and point deduction, threatened Everton in the last eight.

They'll hope to get to the final for the first time since 2016, although this time the manager isn't likely to do any dancing halfway through the match...

Featured Image Credit: Crystal Palace

Topics: Premier League, Crystal Palace

Ryan Sidle
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