MATCH FACTS Date – 4th February 2017 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,310 Referee – Andre Marriner Bookings – Puncheon, Zaha, Ward, Kone, Larsson, Januzaj Goals – Kone (10), Ndong (43), Defoe (45, 45) Star Eagle – Andros Townsend (6.9) TEB VERDICT The excitement of transfer deadline day and
A much needed and well timed win on South Coast in midweek will no doubt provide the ultimate boost heading into this home match up with Sunderland. The Black Cats themselves earned a credible draw at home to Tottenham Hotspur in the week and will travel to Selhurst Park knowing
In the next instalment of the Eagles’ Premier League campaign, Sunderland visit Selhurst Park so we had a chat with the guys at We Are Wearside to find out how their season has gone so far. Q. The last time we met, Palace fought back to snatch a dramatic late
Match week 23 proved to be a great week for the Premier League’s bottom five clubs as they all earned important points in their fight for top flight survival. Hull City continued their good start under new boss Marco Silva as they came away with a point against Manchester United.
I’m not going to dwell on the defeat to Aberdeen last Friday too much. The beating we received was expected but the 3-0 scoreline, not so much. The post match blow out from the Dundee fans was reminiscent of the one they had after our shock cup exit but on
Transfer Deadline Day lived up to the hype for Palace fans once again as the club secured two more signings and were close to another before it slammed shut. With the additions of Jeffrey Schlupp and Patrick van Aanholt already confirmed, both Luke x and Mamadou Sakho joined Sam Allardyce’s revolution
MATCH FACTS Date – 31st January 2017 Venue – Vitality Stadium Attendance – 11,286 Referee – Jonathan Moss Bookings – Benteke, Ward, Delaney Goals – Dann (46), Benteke (90) Star Eagle – Christian Benteke (8.3) TEB VERDICT A very welcome win on transfer deadline day which saw new recruits arrive
My second ejection. This is a story about being over excited and the things that it can involuntarily make you do, leaving you feeling embarrassed.
The first team hosted a battling Queens Park Rangers side on Sunday at the Eagles’ temporary home of Croydon Arena. A fixture clash at Bromley meant that the Ladies hosted the West Londoners a stones throw away from Selhurst Park, in the FA Women’s Premier League. Palace had played QPR
Hot on the heels of the FA Cup exit at the hands of Manchester City, the Eagles head to the South Coast to get back to league duty against AFC Bournemouth. The hosts have impressed this season after dabbling with positions in and around the top ten. The high profile