26 Jan 2017

More Cup Despair For Dundee

After a few weeks off due the Scottish Premiership’s winter break, I thought I would have had the pleasure of marking my TEB return by writing about our safe passage to the next round of the Scottish Cup. As we all now know painfully well, what was conjured up in

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26 Jan 2017

Rooney Melts Record As Cadbury Agree Sponsorship Deal

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney stole the headlines in match week 22, becoming the Red Devils’ highest scorer in the club’s history. His sensational free kick in second half added-time against Stoke City was the 250th of his United career, taking him above Bobby Charlton. However, the result for Jose

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24 Jan 2017

My First Ejection

My first ejection. I wonder how many of you misread the title? If you did then you might be slightly disappointed by this article. If you didn’t, you still might be disappointed!

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19 Jan 2017

Dominant Chelsea Continue March Towards Title

Following a week of FA Cup action, the Premier League returned this weekend with a few big games in match week 21. Chelsea continued their dominance and are clear favourites to win the title with 17 games still to play. Current champions Leicester City, were condemned to a resounding 3-0

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18 Jan 2017

Don’t We Have Enough To Complain About?

Currently, Palace sit in a precarious position in the Premier League. In 17th position, one above the relegation zone on goal difference. We have many challenges facing us in the lead up to the end of the season. There are many points we could be discussing such as who to

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16 Jan 2017

Frustration Heightens But Support Is The Palace Way

Another week another loss. Supporting Palace has never been such a drag. I find myself laughing it off because it has become as much of a joke as any past Palace misdemeanour. This group of players has less fight than any I’ve seen in the Palace shirt, I include Florian

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12 Jan 2017

Hamlet Hit Fine Form To See Out The Year

The last time we checked in with Dulwich Hamlet, they were well placed in the Ryman Premier League but did they end 2016 in similar fashion? Lets find out in our latest round up from Champion Hill. The busy month of December began with a trip to Folkestone Invicta. A penalty

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10 Jan 2017

My Plan For The Beautiful Game

Like many of you, I endured the Swansea game and upon it’s conclusion I felt a mixture of resignation and anger at a range of people. So this morning, during my morning constitutional, I started to think about how I would change football for the better if I were to

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08 Jan 2017

January Blues

Palace have steamrolled into 2017 in the same manner they have spent much of 2016 – mired in another winless run with some notable absences through injury. With perhaps the most important five months in the club’s recent history lying ahead under the guidance of new boss Sam Allardyce, the

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05 Jan 2017

Chaotic Fixture List Sees In New Year

The turn of the new year saw the top six edge further away from the rest of the Premier League as the gap between the top and bottom of the table grows larger. Here’s a round-up of match weeks 19 and 20 which saw in 2017. MATCH WEEK 19 The

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