Palace embark on only their second ever FA Cup Final this weekend against the very same opponent. It will be a remarkable twist to a season that started so well but ended in frustration as the Eagles spiralled down the Premier League table only securing safety with a game to go.
As our build up the the FA Cup continues on TEB this week, we had a chat with United fan and radio DJ Ben Eltham to find out his thoughts going into this season’s showpiece. Q. How would you rate your season with just the FA Cup Final still to
I can’t help feeling excited about Saturday. As I type I have my ticket in front of me and I can’t wait until gates open at 15:30. Little old Palace are up against might Manchester United. Except that can’t be the right approach. We don’t want to be the underdogs. It
I remember standing in my Nana’s kitchen. Dad was wearing an official Cup Final t-shirt and Mum was fashioning one red earring and one blue. They were setting off for the final at Wembley. I was five years old twenty-six years ago, and at the time did not really understand
Match Facts Date – 15th may 2016 Venue – St Mary’s Stadium Attendance – 31,313 Referee – Michael Oliver Bookings – McArthur, Ward Goals – Mane (43), Pelle (61), Puncheon (64), Bertrand (75), Davis (87) Star Eagle – Jason Puncheon (7.5) Match Review For many this was perhaps a defeat
It is a strange feeling coming to the end of a football season, especially one as dramatic as this year. We have been through bigger highs and lower lows than pretty much ever before in our Premier League experience, with potentially room for one more success arguably bigger than anything
The last game of the Premier League season is finally upon us as Palace take a second trip of the season to St Marys’ following their FA Cup third round success in January. The Saints are chasing a spot in European competition for next season so will be keen to take all
We have finally secured our Premier League status after a improved second half display against a fluid Stoke City side. In the Premier League it has not been a season that we were hoping for, at Christmas we were joint fourth and many were tipping us for a potential European spot. In
With a tear in the eye, I bring you my final fantasy preview of the season as we head in to the final round of games on England’s top division. Those of you that are challenging in your fantasy leagues, I wish you the best of luck and hope that
Well, the end of the season is upon us and what a Premier League season it has been. Ahead of the trip to the South Coast, we had a chat to Jake from St Marys’ Musings to find out about the season for Southampton and hopes for the summer. Q.