Another game, another loss but the difficult run against the top sides in the Premier League is almost over and we can get down to business. So, what did we learn from the loss to Chelsea? Here are my thoughts. 1. Palace should have made it harder for the Blues.
When you are this desperate, you refuse to forget and move on. I can see myself already tallying up points we have pathetically donated to other teams. Everton and Bournemouth at home, West Ham United away. That is without any thought whatsoever, points that we had in the bag, but
Time has passed since the agonising last gasp defeat on Monday evening but I still find myself with a similar bitter taste in my mouth that I have experienced quite frequently in recent times. Where do you start on reflecting upon a game like that? Positives, firstly. Overall, as Palace
In what was a difficult defeat to take in the dying minutes after an excellent performance from the Eagles, it is time to pick through the wreckage and share the five things that we learnt in defeat to United. 1. In case we needed any reminding, football can be utterly
Last summer seems a very long time ago. So long, in fact, that Mauricio Pellegrino and Frank de Boer were both highly regarded, sought after managers with growing reputations in football across Europe. It was a time when neither were viewed as sub-standard managerial fallacies, with one struggling to keep
Palace are currently eyeing up a summer move for former Chelsea player Andre Schurrle, who is currently playing for German side Borussia Dortmund. It is believed that the Eagles were previously given the opportunity and a clear chance to sign the Germany international during the January transfer window last month.
The signing of Chinese international defenders Sun Jihai and Fan Zhiyi caused a bit of a stir back in 1998 when Palace unveiled the new additions but the expected influx of players from China failed to materialised. It looked like many would follow from a country with the largest population
A disappointing loss at Goodison Park but defeat can be a positive as long as the players, staff and fans learn something from it. Here’s what TEB learnt. 1. Mamadou Sakho is just as integral to this Palace side as Wilfried Zaha. The Palace back four is markedly better and
A tough afternoon at Selhurst Park resulted in a fightback by the Eagles after going a goal down but here are my thoughts on the point against Newcastle that really should have been all three. 1. Palace need to be more clinical. Newcastle United, and Swansea City for that matter,
What did TEB learn from the draw at the London Stadium against West Ham United? Here are my five things. 1. Palace need a ‘Plan B’. When Wilfried Zaha is off colour, or indeed being set upon by three or four defenders as he was in this game, we look