08 May 2019

A Special Season Comes to a Close

The Premier League season draws to a close on Sunday afternoon and win, lose or, draw, it’s been quite the season for the boys in red and blue. Palace started the season with the first opening day points since an away win at Norwich in 2015, beating newly promoted Fulham

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24 Apr 2019

Palace Provide Fans With An Easter Miracle

Stop me if you’ve heard this before, Crystal Palace won away from home. In fact, we’ve seen and heard this more often than we haven’t. This season alone Palace have won eight matches away from Selhurst Park while losing eight and drawing twice. To say they have been road warriors is

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09 Apr 2019

A Love Letter to Luka Milivojevic

Hello there. It’s me again. Your favourite Crystal Palace fan from America. It’s been quite some time since I last graced your eyes with my Palace ramblings and words such as fahrenheit, miles, and french fries. But I am back because I must get something off of my chest… I

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12 Dec 2018

The Lights In Las Vegas Looking To Glow

As the longest serving American on this site, I figured a great way to end another year is talk about a new club, the Las Vegas Lights. America has many areas, towns or cities that have a reputation going as far back as the creation of the place they are

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16 Nov 2018

One Of The Oldest Clubs In US Still Alive And Kicking

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

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07 Nov 2018

Promising But Mistakes Need To Stop

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

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01 Nov 2018

Superb Draw Against Arsenal Not Without Controversy

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

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05 Oct 2018

Crucial Mistakes Are Taking Their Toll

The first few months of the Premier League season have been rough for our beloved Palace. If you throw out the opening day victory away at Fulham, Palace have accumulated four points in six games. From these games, only three league goals have been scored in TOTAL! Not great. A

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28 Sep 2018

Trials And Tribulations Of Supporting Palace From Afar

I want to give the readers on TEB a behind the scene look on what it takes to be a Palace fan in America. In order for an American fan to watch Palace walk out of The Hawthorns with a victory, a premium subscription called ESPN+ is required. The price is

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20 Sep 2018

Zaha Idolised Yet Andros Wrongly Criticised

Wilfried Zaha is a Crystal Palace footballing God. He is our knight in shining armor and Caped Crusader all rolled into one dynamo of a footballer. And he is all OURS. We, as Palace fans, get to say that he is one of us. HOWEVER…… There are far better options out there if

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