03 Aug 2018

Meyer Joins The Ranks At Selhurst Park

After plenty of speculation, the much sought after Max Meyer has signed a three year deal with the Eagles and becomes the third addition to the squad ahead of the new season.  The former Schalke 04 midfielder follows hot on the heels of Cheikhou Kouyote in signing on the dotted

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03 Aug 2018

View From The Opposition – Newcastle United, West Ham United

The responses to our request for fan groups to join our Premier League panel has been fantastic. We continue our series of articles with a look at West Ham United and Newcastle United. Newcastle United @JakeJackmann Q. What are the fan expectations? The summer has been spent concentrating on the

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02 Aug 2018

Senegal Captain Kouyate Moves To South London

Palace have made their second signing of the summer by recruiting midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate from West Ham United. The Senegalese captain has signed a four year deal with the Eagles for an undisclosed fee. Born in Dakar, the midfielder moved to Belgium in 2006 after being offered a deal by

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02 Aug 2018

View From The Opposition – Bournemouth, Brighton

Our series of articles looking ahead to the new season continues as we move to the South Coast to get the views from our Bournemouth and Brighton representatives. AFC Bournemouth @CherryChimes Q. What are the fan expectations? It’s hard to tell, but remaining in the Premier League is the priority. With the

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01 Aug 2018

View From The Opposition – Cardiff City, Fulham

In the third of our series of articles from our Premier League panel of fan groups, we turn our attentions to two of the three newly promoted sides, Cardiff City and Fulham.   Cardiff City @VFTNinian Q. What are the fan expectations? While the majority of us are genuinely just

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31 Jul 2018

View From The Opposition – Huddersfield, Wolves

In the second of a series of articles from our Premier League panel for this season, we focus on the views from Huddersfield Town and newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers. Huddersfield Town @htfcworld Q. What are the fan expectations? I would think most Town fans are expecting another battle against relegation.

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30 Jul 2018

View From The Opposition – Liverpool, Manchester City

For some time now, the chats we have had with opposition fans have been some of the more enjoyable articles we have done here at TEB HQ. As a result, ahead of the 2018/19 Premier League season, TEB have recruited a representative from each club to share their views on

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27 Jul 2018

Atlanta Have Made A Real Splash In The MLS Pond

As TEB continues the series of featured articles looking at the football scene in the United States, I turned my attentions to Atlanta, Georgia which has always had a rich history in the game. Atlanta United FC is the third club in the city since the late sixties. In 1967, Atlanta Braves

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26 Jul 2018

Refreshing World Cup For USA Fans But Nation Cannot Miss Out On Qatar

The World Cup in Russia this summer was the most important in American history even though football fans in the United States strangely enjoyed the lack of involvement. You may ask how this is possible as the nation inexplicably failed to qualify for the World Cup Finals, so how can

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23 Jul 2018

Changing Of The Guard Sees Some Fan Favourites Head For Pastures New

This summer has seen one of the more significant changes to the squad of players at Selhurst Park than for some time. Contracts have come to an end for Damien Delaney, Yohan Cabaye, Bakary Sako and Chung-yong Lee. Each of them have contributed in their own way, some more than

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