15 Oct 2016

Social Media Is A Happy Place For Once

We welcome another week of Premier League action to Selhurst Park again as we take on a struggling West Ham side this evening which will hopefully see us get another positive result. For many the international break came at precisely the wrong time. The team was building up a head

02 Oct 2016

Ban Guilty Parties In Attempt To Clean The Game

Corruption. I hate it. Corruption or alleged corruption, until proved otherwise, it doesn’t matter, I still hate it. You might think my reaction is a tad extreme. But it’s not, and the reason why I’m so against corruption, and cheating, or whatever you want to call it is because for

24 Sep 2016

Midweek Lowlights All Round

After the high of last weekend, Palace were shunted back to reality at St Marys on Wednesday evening as a resurgent Southampton side cruised into the fourth round of the EFL Cup. Having scored four at home against what was a distinctively average looking Stoke City side on Sunday, I

17 Sep 2016

A Consistent Zaha Could Be The Key

Well, it’s been that sort of week at Selhurst Park. We have never been one for making it easy on ourselves and this week has proved yet again that SE25 always provides entertainment for bad or for good. The result at Middlesbrough was exactly what we needed, building on the last half

04 Sep 2016

Best Transfer Window Yet But Problem Areas Remain

I don’t know about you but I think we Palace fans have just witnessed one of the best transfer windows in our history, but yet there is still a tinge of ‘what might have been.’ It looked like Steve Parish and Alan Pardew had done all their business in the

28 Aug 2016

We Have To Adapt To Benteke Strengths

“The most clueless, soulless, directionless half of football since George Burley. No fight, no skill, no desire, no plan. Utterly pathetic.” The verdict of TEB’s very own James Howland in what was a very sombre TEB WhatsApp group chat at half time against Bournemouth. Onlookers might think it was drastically

20 Aug 2016

Tough Week But Patience Is A Virtue

It certainly wasn’t the ideal start we were expecting to our Premier League campaign and then couple that with the departures of Yannick Bolasie and Mile Jedinak, all of a sudden everything is looking bleak in SE25. Let us not throw in the towel just yet. Sure, defeat to West Bromwich Albion was hard

13 Aug 2016

Fresh Blood Brings Exciting Times As Premier League Returns

It has been quite a week in the sporting world. Paul Pogba finally completed his big move to Manchester United and then on top of that and more importantly in my eyes, the Olympics begun in what has been a superb Games so far. As I write, Team GB have

06 Aug 2016

Plenty Of Potential In This Squad

It’s been sport, sport, and more sport all the way this summer but in a week or so the new Premier League season will kick-off and with it brings back the mighty Palace. As let’s be honest, the England national team let us down tremendously at the European Championships in

29 May 2016

Dreams Dashed But Spirit Remains Unbroken

We have seen it all this year. From the sublime to the not so sublime. Dreams have been made. Dreams have been broken. After all has been said and done, us football fans would not have it any other way. Leicester City have paved the way for teams like us