16 Jan 2018

Return Of The Sak

Selhurst rose in appreciation at the end of a hard earned victory against Burnley on Saturday. In a game that should have been out of sight at half time and one that was not without its scares, the three points against a flying Clarets felt huge. But there was something significant.

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07 Jan 2018

A Look To The Future As Palace Feature In Competitive VAR Trial

The subject of video technology has been much discussed including here at TEB, but little did we know that a game featuring Palace would be the first to trial the Video Assistance Referee (VAR) in England. The last time TEB touched on the topic was courtesy of Lucy White back

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05 Jan 2018

Half Term Report: Real Progress But Hard Work Yet To Come

With the Premier League well over half way through its fixture list and focus turning to the FA Cup this weekend, it is time to take stock and assess exactly where Palace find themselves after more than twenty games.  Just as is the usual Palace way, the 2017/18 season has

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01 Jan 2018

Happy New Year!

From all the team at TEB, we would like to wish all our readers, supporters and followers on social media a very happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. Here’s hoping that Palace can continue to work their way up the table to safety by the end of the season ahead

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20 Dec 2017

Hodgson’s Simplified Football, Excellent Man-Management And Calm Nature A Big Factor In Recent Success

There are not many clubs in world football who could lose their first four games without scoring, subsequently sack the manager that was only appointed just a few months before, then proceed in replacing him with what many perceive to be an underwhelming choice. The new boss then goes on

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13 Dec 2017

Weapon Allegations A Bleak Reminiscence Of Criminalisation of Football Supporters

“A return to the dark days of football,” claimed Sussex Police Chief Inspector Simon Nelson. A suggestion so wild and exaggerated, yet not to mention completely untrue, that links an innocent majority of Palace fans that travelled to the Amex Stadium two weeks ago to football’s hooligan problem of the

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13 Dec 2017

Repeat Of Palace’s Summer Transfer Window Could be Fatal

In Roy Hodgson’s mind, there is no doubt as to where Palace’s current problems have come from. His Palace side sat rooted to the bottom of the table when he took the job. Losing seven on the bounce had the former England manager saying “we shot ourselves in the foot.”

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07 Dec 2017

Who Should Palace Target In January?

Overall, it has been a glum season for Palace, but luckily the decision to bring in Roy Hodgson has appeared to have improved the team. After fifteen games, the Eagles stood eighteenth, just three points from safety with two wins, four draws, and nine losses. Before the 2017/18 season began,

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26 Nov 2017

Ghosts Of Managers Past

“We made a mistake, it’s as simple as that” uttered Steve Parish earlier this week, lamenting the series of events that led to Glenn Murray’s departure from Selhurst Park in 2015. As Palace prepare to make the short trip to Brighton during the week for the first time in four

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08 Nov 2017

Berhalter Looking To Bring Back Former Glories To Columbus

This month, as TEB continues to look at football in the United States, we go back to the beginning of Major League Soccer (MLS) and chat about club number one. On June 15 1994, MLS announced that Columbus Ohio would have a club in the new professional league. The owners

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