12 Jul 2016

Can Palace Players Provide More To England Than Spurs?

Though both teams are from London, derby matches against Tottenham Hotspur do not offer much in the way of local bragging rights WRITES TAMHAS WOODS. However, a new type of argument could easily erupt between both sets of fans in the coming season, as the qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup

06 Jul 2016

Andros Will Fit The Bill

What can we expect from new signing Andros Townsend? Well, we got in touch with two people that have seen enough to pass comment on the new addition to the Palace ranks. Kevin De Vries – Spurs fan, TEB writer and host of the EPL Roundtable The Townsend signing is

23 Jun 2016

Could Berahino And Townsend Add Firepower To Palace?

Palace had hopes of challenging for a place in the Champions League at the halfway point of the last campaign. However, a horrendous run of form in the second half of the season saw the Eagles finish just four points clear of the relegation zone. Alan Pardew’s men almost finished

08 Jun 2016

Real Progress For The Proud And Palace Fan Group

The Proud And Palace supporters group were first introduced to TEB readers back in November 2014 so we thought it was about time we caught up with them. We had a chat with Stephanie Fuller who explains below how the group has grown since it began. Firstly, thanks again to TEB for running this somewhat clunky submission. When I

28 May 2016

Rollercoaster Cliche Perfectly Epitomises Emotion Ridden Season

A football club’s season is full of many highs and lows. A couple of injuries and key players’ loss of form can send a club tumbling down the table, while a new signing or an astute managerial change can turn a predicament around. Supporting a football club is often described

26 May 2016

Despair Turns To Overwhelming Sense Of Pride

Us Palace fans have been seeking some kind of therapy since the events of Saturday evening and none more so than Simon Connolly who makes his very welcome debut on TEB. The Monday after the Saturday before was as if the Sunday did not happen. The day of rest was spent

21 May 2016

Now Is The Time For Heroes

It has been a tense and nervous week since the final whistle blew to signal the end of the Premier League campaign. Now is the time to forget the way that the league campaign ended. That has been and gone. Now is the time for heroes. An almost 30,000 strong

17 May 2016

We’re The Famous Crystal Palace …

I remember standing in my Nana’s kitchen. Dad was wearing an official Cup Final t-shirt and Mum was fashioning one red earring and one blue. They were setting off for the final at Wembley. I was five years old twenty-six years ago, and at the time did not really understand

12 May 2016

Turn Wembley Into A Sea Of Red And Blue

Not that many of us were worried at all but now that our Premier League safety has been confirmed and a fourth campaign in the top division beckons, attention rightly turns to the FA Cup final. Eagles fans will once again head to the historic stadium and our pals at

12 May 2016

The Most Successful Colours In Football

When we think about successful teams of the Premier League era, two colours stand out. Red and blue. The league has only been won by teams wearing either of these two colours – Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Leicester City, Arsenal and Blackburn Rovers. It would figure that one of these colours