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.
Three minutes. That’s all it took for the Palace players to ease the tension and take massive strides towards hard earned Premier League survival. Relegation was never an option in their minds, they knew they had one job to do, and they went about their work with aplomb, never fluctuating,
It’s always the same. When you’re desperate for a victory, two come along in a short space of time! All joking aside, what a turnaround it has been for Dundee. I was resigned to being in a play-off spot under Paul Hartley and had genuine concerns that we would eventually
The defeat for Tottenham Hotspur to West Ham United in the latest round of fixtures has all but gifted Chelsea the Premier League title. For the first time in a few months, Spurs were given the chance to put pressure on the league leaders by playing before the Blues on
Helsingborgs IF remain unbeaten in the Superettan this season after beating Degerfors IF at Olympia last Monday.
Unfortunately, the time has come to check in with our pals at Dulwich Hamlet for the final time this season. It has been exciting covering the side from Champion Hill with their extended exploits in the Ryman Premier League as well as cup competitions. If you have not been following
The Premier League had its first casualty over the weekend as Sunderland’s ten-year stay in the top-flight came to an end. The Black Cats have appeared to be heading towards the Championship all season but their fate was finally sealed after a 1-0 defeat to AFC Bournemouth. Cherries striker Josh
It’s been a torrid time following The Dee recently. Confidence and faith in the team have been severely depleted within the support and more importantly, the players. Saturday’s victory over Motherwell helped to massively restore everything that was lacking around the club the past few months. This was our first win
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.