With the visit of Grimsby Town coming up in the FA Cup Third Round, TEB had a chat with award winning broadcaster, filmaker and avid Mariners fan, Philip Norton. Q. Perhaps we could kick things off with how you became a Grimsby Town fan? One of my earliest memories is
After the disappointment of the home defeat to Chelsea, the Eagles bounced back with an unexpected win at high flying Wolves. Here are our musings after the final whistle. 1. Palace fans don’t ask for much; as long as we see a player putting in the effort, chasing lost causes and
First and foremost, let me wish everyone a belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Articles for ‘Mon The Dee’ have been few and far between this season. A combination of moving jobs, midweek matches and ultimately, poor results on the pitch has meant that the motivation to produce
MATCH FACTS Date – 2nd January 2019 Venue – Molineux Stadium Attendance – 30,666 Referee – Roger East Bookings – Boly, Saiss, Bennett, Milivojevic, Jonny Goals -Ayew (83), Milivojevic (90) STAR EAGLE – Jordan Ayew (8.0) TEB VERDICT After the disappointment of the last couple of games, the Eagles made
Bringing an end to the festive period of fixtures for another year and kicking off a brand new year at the top table, the Eagles make the midweek trip to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers. Nuno Espirito Santos and his side have impressed many on their return to the Premier League,
Ahead of the Eagles trip to Molineaux on Wednesday TEB had a chat with Thomas Baugh, creator of the excellent Wolves Blog, about their season so far and thoughts ahead of the fixture. Q. How has the season been for Wolves so far? Pretty good. We’re comfortably mid-table in the
MATCH FACTS Date – 30th December 2018 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,781 Referee – Craig Pawson Cards – Alonso Goals – Kante (51) STAR EAGLE – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (6.9) TEB VERDICT The Eagles ended the year with a narrow defeat in this London derby. Other than for a
Palace see out the year in front of the live television cameras at Selhurst Park against one of the top sides in the country, much like 2017. This time last year it was City heading to South London and they returned with less than most had anticipated, not least themselves.
Following on from our summer feature View From The Opposition, it is a welcome return to our series of chats with opposition fan groups as we enter the second half of the season. This week we had a chat with the guys at popular Twitter fan group Chelsea Enthusiast. Q.
This season, I am taking a walk down memory lane back through my 24 years and over 600 games of watching Palace. For each home game, I am reflecting on the highs and lows that I have seen against our opposition. Some clubs, I have a rich history of great