20 Oct 2017

Fan Diary: ‘I will be going back, a decent ground with decent people’

If you did not already know, here at TEB we love our football. Whether that be watching Palace finally get their first goals and win of the season over reigning Premier League champions Chelsea or witnessing a passionate and fully committed game of non-league football. It really does not matter

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18 Oct 2017

The Dee Unlucky To Lose At Celtic

Dundee took on Celtic at Parkhead at the weekend and despite coming away with a narrow defeat, the management, players and fans came away feeling a bit aggrieved that we could not take away a point. Celtic may have made many changes to their starting eleven but on paper, it

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17 Oct 2017

Trams Form Sees Them Move Into Fourth Place

TEB are proud to partner with Croydon FC this season as we follow their fortunes in the Southern Counties East League (SCEFL). After a good start to the season Croydon continued their good form in September as they picked up some impressive victories. Croydon continue to earn plaudits as they

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06 Oct 2017

Dundee Break Hearts With Late Winner

Another league game at Dens, and another home win. I can get used to this. After suffering an horrific start to the campaign, Dundee have certainly found their feet with seven points from the last three matches. Without a victory at home since February, we have now managed back-to-back home

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03 Oct 2017

Original MLS Side Blossoms Into Iconic Institution

What started out as an original club for Major League Soccer in 1996, has blossomed into an iconic institution for the Midwestern USA. The latest team for us to take a look at in our series about football in the USA is Sporting Kansas City which was brought into the

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28 Sep 2017

Honours Shared At Rugby Park

It was a point a piece for Dundee and Kilmarnock on Saturday as both teams had to settle for a draw with the match ending 1-1. Faissal El Bakhtaoui gave the Dee a lead after only a few minutes when he latched on to the loose ball six-yards out after

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21 Sep 2017

Manchester Duo Lead The Way In Premier League

The Premier League entered its fifth week at the weekend and the table is beginning to take shape with the two Manchester sides leading the way having both recorded big victories. Manchester City remarkably hit Watford for six as they smashed the Hornets at Vicarage Road. Sergio Aguero netted a

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21 Sep 2017

Dundee Sink The Saints For Their First Win

Played eight, won zero, drew two and defeated six times. That was our record at home in the Premiership since our last victory against Rangers way back in February when Paul Hartley was manager for the Dee. It was with great delight that we managed to banish this horrific run

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14 Sep 2017

First Manager Casualty Just Four Weeks In

The new Premier League season may only be four weeks old but it already has its first managerial casualty. The top-flight has been a cemetery for managers in recent years but Frank de Boer will feel slightly unfortunate to be sacked by Crystal Palace after just four games. It seems

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14 Sep 2017

Dundee Make It Four Defeats In Five At Ibrox

A 4-1 defeat by Rangers at Ibrox saw the Dees head back to the bottom of the league, sitting with one point from a possible fifteen. We never deserved anything from this match. We were wasteful in possession and wasteful with our final ball up front. There were a few fleeting minutes

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