04 Apr 2014

The Eagles Punt

Our resident tipster Paul Darville is back this week with his thoughts on th best value odds ahead of the weekend fixtures. YOu can follow Paul on Twitter @cpfcpatriots.   Disclaimer – Gambling is for over 18’s (says the 23 year old who has been gambling for about 16-17 years),

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01 Apr 2014

Progress Report

  In the latest Progress Report writer Michael Stokoe looks at the disapointing late loss at Newcastle and the perfect response to the defeat at home to the league leaders Chelsea. You can follow Michael on Twitter.   Last gasp winner for Newcastle leaves Pulis and fans frustrated after another

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31 Mar 2014

Beyond The Touchline: Video Technology – Part 2

  We welcome back US based Spurs fan and host of the EPL Roundtable podcast Kevin DeVries. In part two of this extremely topical subject he looks at the effect of video technology in American sports and how it could work in football.   Let’s be honest, the FA are

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31 Mar 2014

Beyond The Touchline: Video Technology – Part 1

We welcome back Nick Truss who takes on the challenge of our feature Beyond The Touchline. The subject of video technology is being looked at in this first of two parts. This first part is from a football fans view on how it could effect the game for the better.

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28 Mar 2014

The Eagles Punt

  In a new weekly feature we welcome Paul Darville to our ranks here at TEB. Every Friday, Palace fan Paul will be bringing us his betting tips for the weekend. Obviously, we cannot guarantee that you will win should you follow the tips but there is always a chance if you enjoy

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25 Mar 2014

Palace In Perspective – The Agony And … The Agony

  It can be agonising following the fortunes of Palace on a Saturday afternoon away day.  Never more so than on the Saturday just passed.  I was not in the North East, not among ‘the best supporters we’ve seen all season’ (we must have copyrighted that by now), but spending

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20 Mar 2014

The Eagle Speaks

  Today we approach the subject of the Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP) where lower league clubs can no longer hold onto their prized player assets that they may have nurtured through the academy systems.  The EPPP is something I have known exists for the past couple of years but never

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18 Mar 2014

Progress Report

  After getting a good point away to Swansea the previous week, Palace fans were looking for three points against Southampton at Selhurst. But in truth Lallana and his team-mates showed the Palace faithful how an established Premier League side goes about their business.   Southampton It wasn’t that Palace played poorly

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14 Mar 2014

Palace In Perspective – Financial Foul Play

  This week I want to write about accountancy and finance.  (Note from Jay: Please don’t, Neil)  Ok this week I’m going to write about how to cheat your way into the Premier League.  (Jay: better … Will you be rude about QPR?)  Yes.  (Jay: all yours. Go for it) 

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08 Mar 2014

Palace In Perspective – Sliding Doors

Sunday May 2nd 2010. Crystal Palace are playing away at Sheffield Wednesday in the last game of the season. Wednesday must win to stay up and if they do win, Palace will go down.  So it is a very straight-forward equation, and critically important for both teams, who are in

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