After a much needed break over the weekend, it is a welcome return to league action for the Eagles as they make the short trip across London to take on West Ham United at the London Stadium. It is perhaps not ideal that after such a heavy defeat a break
As we build up to our trip to the London Stadium, TEB had a chat with Jake from West Ham COYI to find out about their season so far. Q. What do you make of the season so far for West Ham? It has been a frustrating season so far.
There is a story that crops up every few years about the tale of a Brazilian footballer named Carlos Kaiser. Kaiser, nicknamed because his resemblance in style to Franz Beckenbauer, was a product of the Brazilian football system in the late seventies that had been inspired by the great Brazil
Despite a whole division between us and Inverness Caley Thistle, it was the same old story as we stuttered against our Highland opponents which resulted in a poor performance and an unwanted replay up North. We had the look of a team who had had a good few weeks off.
Hot on the heels of Erdal Rakip joining the Eagles, Polish international Jaroslaw Jach arrives from Zaglebie Lubin. The 23-year-old 6ft 4in tall defender has signed a three-and-a-half year contract for an undisclosed fee. Talking to the official club website, the Pole revealed how pleased he is with the move;
Roy Hodgson has made his first signing as Palace boss with the arrival of Swedish Under 21 international midfielder Erdal Rakip. The 21-year-old midfielder has signed on loan for the rest of the season from Portuguese giants Benfica who Rakip signed for from Swedish side Malmo earlier this month. The
MATCH FACTS Date – 20th January 2018 Venue – Emirates Stadium Attendance -59,386 Referee – Chris Kavanagh Bookings – None Goals – Monreal, Iwobi, Koscielny, Lacazette Star Eagle – James Tomkins (7.5) TEB VERDICT An awful opening twenty-two minutes handed the hosts all three points to become the only team
It was a hefty defeat to Arsenal after a terrible opening twenty-two minutes of the game but it is no good losing if you do not learn anything. So, what did we learn from the loss? Here are the five things TEB learnt 1 – Roy Hodgson and the players
Nya Kirby starred but was unable to prevent Palace’s under-18 side exiting the FA Youth Cup at the hands of their Newcastle United counterparts. The performance of the 17-year-old seemed almost effortless at times. Kirby’s guile on the ball, movement and range of passing made him comfortably the best player
With just one loss in twelve games, the Eagles head to the Emirates to face the one team that has spoilt the unbeaten run of games. In what has been a inconsistent period for the Gunners, they turned up at Selhurst Park with a good performance even if the hosts