Our support of Helsingborg this summer continues as we follow their progress in the second tier of the Swedish footballing pyramid. Match days seven and eight saw Helsingborg at home against IK Frej and Norrby IF with both games proving to be tougher tests than they otherwise should have been.
A victory against Åtvidaberg would take Helsingborg, the team we are lending our support to this summer, up the league table to second position in Superettan and extend their unbeaten run to six games.
Helsingborgs IF remain unbeaten in the Superettan this season after beating Degerfors IF at Olympia last Monday.
Back in March, TEB announced that we will be following the fortunes of Swedish side Helsingborgs IF (HIF) over the summer months which fits very well because of a number of similarities with Palace. Unfortunately, they have started their season in less than impressive form as HIF attempt to gain promotion back to
As the season is drawing to a close I needed a distraction from the ‘Wenger Out’ campaigns so I thought I’d take a look at our last four years of transfers.
The Crystal Palace Youth Academy is considered to be one of the best in the English game but does that hold up under scrutiny?
I know this isn’t something you want to hear or even think about but it is clear to me that Wilfred Zaha will leave Palace in the summer.
The summer is fast approaching and in no time at all we’ll be wondering what we can fill the gaping hole that the close season brings. This year there are no international tournaments so how will you get your football fix?
Do looks count? I guess it all depends what we are talking. Our partner’s looks may have faded years ago but we’ve got used to them and after all, they can make a decent cup of tea and a mean bacon sandwich! But be it a car, a football shirt
In the summer of 1991 Palace fans were delirious with pride after seeing their team finish third in the top flight, narrowly missing out on a European place. That was something I never thought would happen. Surely we wouldn’t cock things up again? Yes we did, and don’t call me