15 Feb 2019

FA Cup Preview – Doncaster Rovers

The fifth round of the FA Cup is upon the Eagles for the second time in four seasons as the South London side travel to Doncaster Rovers to battle for a place in the last eight. Palace have only reached the quarter final stage once since losing in the semi

14 Feb 2019

The Doncaster View

Ahead of an exciting FA Cup fixture against Doncaster Rovers this weekend, TEB had a chat with Sheffield Star’s deputy head of sport Liam Hoden to find out about the season so far for the League One side and thoughts ahead of the cup tie. Q. How has the season

13 Feb 2019

Added Time Agony, Not Once But Twice For The Dee

It is that all too familiar case among the Dundee support of ‘what could have been’ following our draws with Hamilton and Kilmarnock which both had late drama ending in heartbreak both times for the Dee. Our trip was your bog-standard bottom of the table clash. A Dundee victory would

12 Feb 2019

What Did We Learn From The Draw With West Ham?

A good fight back at Selhurst Park in what was a second half onslaught against the Hammers, but what did we learn from the draw in the London derby? 1. As many have said already, ’twas a game of two halves, but only because Palace spent the first half wiping

11 Feb 2019

Premier League Statistics: Crystal Palace 1-1 West Ham United

MATCH FACTS Date – 9th February 2019 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,552 Referee – Craig Pawson Cards – Wan-Bissaka, Milivojevic, McArthur, Goals – Noble (27 pen), Zaha (76) STAR EAGLE – Wilfried Zaha (8.2) TEB VERDICT A good point at Selhurst Park but have to feel a tinge

08 Feb 2019

Premier League Preview – West Ham United

In what will be the 40th fixture between the two sides, the Eagles welcome West Ham United to Selhurst Park this weekend. Recent games against the Hammers have not been kind to Palace, you have to go all the way back to December 2013 for the last win which was

08 Feb 2019

Memory Lane – West Ham

This season, I am taking a walk down memory lane, back through my 24 years and over 600 games of watching Palace. For each home game, I am reflecting on the highs and lows that I have seen against our opposition. Some clubs, I have a rich history of great Palace

07 Feb 2019

Is It Time To Say Goodbye To Wilf?

With the rumours surfacing about Borussia Dortmund being interested in a transfer for Wilfried Zaha in the summer, is it time to contemplate a Palace squad without him in it? Every transfer window there is at least one rumour involving Wilf (and normally Spurs) leaving us. Every season he seems

06 Feb 2019

Batsman To The Rescue But Palace’s Short-Term Fixes Are Sign Of Things To Come

In the end it wasn’t so bad at all. As the clock approached half past midnight on the first day of February, Palace had added a promising young goalkeeper in Lucas Perri, brought back Bakary Sako from West Brom and – in Stevie P time – signed the striker fans

05 Feb 2019

What Did We Learn From Victory Over Fulham?

Three games in a week ends unbeaten as the Eagles completed the double over Fulham, but what did we learn from the win? 1. Look at all the strikers! In the space of just a month Palace have somehow gone from being forced to play their wingers up front to