26 May 2017

Helsingborg Go Marching On

Our support of Helsingborg this summer continues as we follow their progress in the second tier of the Swedish footballing pyramid. Match days seven and eight saw Helsingborg at home against IK Frej and Norrby IF with both games proving to be tougher tests than they otherwise should have been.

17 May 2017

Impressive Akpovetas Seals Win For Helsingborg

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.

09 May 2017

Strong Helsingborg Win Against Degerfors

Helsingborgs IF remain unbeaten in the Superettan this season after beating Degerfors IF at Olympia last Monday.

03 May 2017

Helsingborgs Bid To Return To Top Flight Begins

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

11 May 2016

Regardless Of The Past, Safe Standing Has To Be The Future

This week I wish to discuss something slightly outside of my usual Premier League remit. It was alleged by Scottish newspaper the Daily Record that Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell had announced plans for them to introduce safe standing for fans as of next season. Following those sentiments, Hillsborough campaigner

29 Feb 2016

Euro Row The Boat

Thursday 23rd June 2016.  The day of a big European clash. Not England versus Slovakia or Wales versus Russia, the games that will decide who progresses from Group B to the Round of 16. No, it is the referendum to decide whether we are in or out of Europe. To

28 Feb 2016

Pressure To Resolve Fixture Congestion Continues

The increased clamour to find a solution to growing concerns over fixture congestion presents its own problems. Plenty of ideas but none that seem very workable. Beneficiaries of such changes are the minority, a group of clubs that can afford squads of players capable of challenging on all fronts. That