Match Facts Date – 30th April 2016 Venue – St James’ Park Attendance – 52,107 Referee – Mike Dean Bookings – Mbemba, Colback, Goal – Townsend Star Eagle – Joel Ward/ Scott Dann (7.1) Match Review The Eagles made the long trip back to South London without any points after
It was great to see Palace reach their first FA Cup final in twenty-six years last week, and a great performance was required for us to get there. Fortunately, we turned up and put on a brilliant show for the thirty odd thousand fans that were lucky enough to get
I think we can all agree that last weekend was quite special. Palace had their moment in the spotlight as Alan Pardew and company booked their place in the FA Cup final in what will be a re-run of the famous game in 1990 against Manchester United. Connor Wickham’s headed goal
It is a return to a forming stomping ground for Eagles boss Alan Pardew as Palace face the long trip up to the North East to take on a struggling Newcastle United side. The form of the hosts has taken an upturn in recent weeks and the need to secure
We hit the home straight as the new Premier League champions could be crowned as soon as this weekend so without further ado, here are my tips for this round of fixtures. 13 Buy: Sergio Aguero – Forward, Manchester City, 13.6 Aguero has hit a terrific vein of form with
A long trip to the North East for the Eagles is up next so we had a chat with the guys at Newcastle Stats to find out about their season and thoughts on this match up. Q. How has your season been since we last met in the Premier League?
The Palace Ladies extended their unbeaten league form to within two games of the end of the season on Sunday with an impressive win over Cambridge United. The match was also notable for another, very important reason. It was the very first time the Palace Ladies played a league game
Everything appeared to be in slow motion in that minute of Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final, but the elation afterwards was something extra special. The Eagles had conceded an equaliser just six minutes before courtesy of a header by Troy Deeney which cancelled out Yannick Bolasie’s early goal. The tension in the
When the BBC launched their FA Cup promotion campaign with the tag line ‘anything can happen’, one thing I didn’t have in mind was that coverage of one of the semi-finals would consist of radio commentary on digital radio and a highlights package starting at 11:30pm on a Sunday night.
First and foremost, let me congratulate everyone involved with TEB and readers after Crystal Palace reached the FA Cup Final. I never got to see the game but I have seen the highlights and images. The support looked truly amazing. Now onto my team. It was great to finally see Dundee