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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07 Sep 2017

Fan Diary: New Season Brings Familiar Excitement

As you may have been aware, TEB has a proud tradition of supporting the glitz and glamour of non-league, as believe it or not it is not just about Crystal Palace Football Club in the surrounding area of SE25. There are plenty of local clubs which ply their trade in

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07 Sep 2017

Croydon Endure Solid Start To Season

Here at TEB we will bring you the inside track to non-league side Croydon Football Club’s season in our Grass Roots feature as they look to improve on their eleventh place finish in the Southern Counties East Football League (SCEFL) in 2016. With the season well underway, it sees the club

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31 Aug 2017

Stop Being a Niasse-hole, Dad…

Every year we tell ourselves it will be different, but the cycle is vicious and familiar. There is a wonderful moment about a week before every season starts, where the majority of Premier League clubs are brimming with wide-eyed optimism. The shiny new signings paraded in their club’s new fifth

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31 Aug 2017

Controversy Rules Week Three While United Top The Table

The weekend oversaw the third week of the new Premier League season, the final round of fixtures before the maiden international break of the season. Manchester United are now the only club with a 100 percent record after they beat Leicester City. Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini each scored late

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30 Aug 2017

Dundee Earn Their First Point Of The Season

Dundee finally got off the mark on Sunday when we picked up a point after a draw with Hibernian at Dens Park in front of the Sky Sports cameras. It wasn’t a pretty display and at times we rode our luck but we got there in the end and claimed

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27 Aug 2017

Frank De Goer? Frank De Going? Frank De Gone?

The world of football has always been a little bit mad. However this year, it seems that madness has been scaled up a notch onto a new level of bonkers. Players moving for transfer fees in the hundreds of millions, signing contracts worth half a million pounds a week, with

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25 Aug 2017

Unconvinced By The Back Three And That Is Just The Manager

Well, it’s like playing a broken record sometimes watching Arsenal. The same frailties that have existed for some years with Wenger’s latest squads are still very much alive and kicking in N7. It beggars belief to me. The one thing this team lack and have lacked for many years is

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24 Aug 2017

Drama A Plenty As Premier League Gets Into Gear

The second round of Premier League fixtures commenced over the weekend and there was further drama to follow opening day. Manchester United could assert themselves as the early pace-setters after they romped to their second successive 4-0 victory. Having beaten West Ham United by the same score last weekend, the

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24 Aug 2017

Spurned Chances Cost Dundee A Result

It’s now three defeats from the opening three games for Dundee after the team left Aberdeen without any points on Saturday. Last week I said that the only statistic that matters is the scoreline at the end of the game but after watching the game back on television, the players

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