To end what has been a pretty difficult run of Premier League fixtures, the Eagles make the trip to Old Trafford this weekend to face Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United. It has not been a happy hunting ground for Palace. The last win there was in the League Cup seven years
It has been near enough a whole month since I last graced TEB with my musings on Dundee’s current predicament so I guess it is only fair that I enlighten you all how we have fared since. In a nutshell, not very well, but we have seen some signs of
The American holiday of Thanksgiving is here and there is much to be thankful for. We were always taught in grade school that the first ever Thanksgiving was held as a feast in celebration between the Native Americans and the American Pilgrims. Why the Natives would sit down and eat
We have seen it before and we will see it again, and no, I am not talking about Brexit! Palace are suffering a real crisis of confidence with the front men this season and if it was not for goals from Wilfried Zaha and Luka Milivojevic, the current league position
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
The dust has settled on another narrow loss to one of the big six, but what did we learn from the defeat? 1. The gap between the top six and those outside of it is getting bigger – this and the previous game against Chelsea have been testament to that.
MATCH FACTS Date – 10th November 2018 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,685 Referee – Jonathan Moss Cards – Tomkins, Winks Goals – Foyth (66) STAR EAGLE – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.3) TEB VERDICT This was another good performance at home but one that ended with no points once again.
In what is the final game before the ‘Wayne Rooney’ international break, Palace entertain Spurs at Selhurst Park in Saturday’s late kick off. The television cameras follow the red and blue for one more instalment before what is likely to be a few weeks off screen. We have to be
This season, I’m walking down memory lane to go back through my 24 years and over 600 games of watching Palace. For each home game, I’ll reflect on the highs and lows that I’ve seen against our opposition. Some clubs, I’ve got a rich history of great Palace moments, and for
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