While the sport in America has been around for a long time, there has been periods of time where the sport was not around. In 1993 a future institution in America was born, the Richmond Kickers. They are still around to this day and giving fans in the city a
The dust has settled on another narrow loss to one of the big six, but what did we learn from the defeat? 1. The gap between the top six and those outside of it is getting bigger – this and the previous game against Chelsea have been testament to that.
MATCH FACTS Date – 10th November 2018 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,685 Referee – Jonathan Moss Cards – Tomkins, Winks Goals – Foyth (66) STAR EAGLE – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.3) TEB VERDICT This was another good performance at home but one that ended with no points once again.
In what is the final game before the ‘Wayne Rooney’ international break, Palace entertain Spurs at Selhurst Park in Saturday’s late kick off. The television cameras follow the red and blue for one more instalment before what is likely to be a few weeks off screen. We have to be
This season, I’m walking down memory lane to go back through my 24 years and over 600 games of watching Palace. For each home game, I’ll reflect on the highs and lows that I’ve seen against our opposition. Some clubs, I’ve got a rich history of great Palace moments, and for
Palace had no answer for Sarri-Ball as unbeaten Chelsea remained that way after Sunday’s clash with the Eagles. Winners of two of the previous three matches at Stamford Bridge, Palace played like the more eager team early on, only to see class win out in the end. Playing most of the
MATCH FACTS Date – 4th November 2018 Venue – Stamford Bridge Attendance – 40,407 Referee – Michael Oliver Cards – Milivojevic Goals – Morata (32, 65), Townsend (53), Pedro (70) STAR EAGLE – Andros Townsend (7.5) TEB VERDICT Getting points out of the top six sides this season was always
Another Sunday, another Palace game. For the third week in succession, the Eagles are the focus of the live television cameras, this time at Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea. After a disappointing cup exit at Middlesbrough in midweek, Roy Hodgson will be keen to see his side bounce back
MATCH FACTS Date – 31st October 2018 Venue – Riverside Stadium Attendance – 11,850 Referee – Paul Tierney Cards – none Goals – Wing (45) STAR EAGLE – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.1) TEB VERDICT A disappointing exit from the Carabao Cup at the hands of Middlesbrough who had one shot on
Palace finally scored a goal at Selhurst Park in the exciting draw with Arsenal last weekend, in a game which the hosts played more like potential Champions League contenders. Plain and simple, Palace outplayed an Arsenal side playing its best football in years. Players and fans alike should feel good about the