19 Jul 2018

It’s Coming Home To Selhurst Park

The dream is over now but already it is clear that the national reaction to a World Cup semi-final defeat is a mixture of sadness and pride. So, after years of disappointment and disillusionment, the whole country loves the England team (unless you are from Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland!) and

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12 Jul 2018

Palace Ladies Granted WSL Status After Sudden FA U-Turn

The Palace Ladies have been handed a spot in the new Women’s Super League (WSL) twelve team semi-professional second tier after an about turn by the Football Association.   TEB reported at the end of May the terribly disappointing news at the decision by the FA to reject the bid by

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04 Jul 2018

Would Jack Wilshere Be Perfect For Palace?

Jack Wilshere will have been watching the World Cup in Russia and bemoaning his absence from the England squad. When Wilshere emerged on the scene at Arsenal, he was expected to be the next great hope to carry England to a quarter-final at a major tournament. When this World Cup

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18 Jun 2018

Dreaming Of A Transfer Window Wonderland

The summer transfer window. Possibly the most overhyped event every year, other than Christmas of course. Most Palace supporters have viewed our recent transfer window activity as pretty underwhelming, but are we actually that unusual? Having looked at the outcomes of other club’s seemingly more successful transfer windows maybe we

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14 Jun 2018

Palace Travel To Fulham For Opener

The fixtures for the 2018/19 Premier League season have been revealed which confirms that the Eagles will travel to Craven Cottage to kick off the new season. In what is another kind run in, Palace take on Everton(h), Cardiff City (a) and Bournemouth (h). Clearly the fixture list will be

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07 Jun 2018

How Did Palace Players Do From A Statistical Point Of View?

Everyone loves a statistic and while they do not mean an awful lot in the general scheme of things, TEB enlisted the help of Devin Mendenhall to break down the season for the mighty Eagles. So, without any messing around we delve straight into the numbers which are for players who

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05 Jun 2018

From De Boer To Survival In 38 Tricky Steps

A new season and a new hope with the appointment of Frank de Boer and after another rough and tumble season it looked like we were finally branching out and trying to progress in the league. However, seven games in, no goals and a goal difference of minus seventeen, we

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01 Jun 2018

Palace Say Goodbye To Macron But Hello To Puma

It has been a while since the release of new home and away kits have been met with universal approval, but this was the case as soon as the 2018/19 editions were revealed. With the end of the season awards taking place at the world’s first pop up mall, Boxpark,

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31 May 2018

Long Awaited Makeover For Selhurst Starts To Become A Reality

This season has not only seen excitement on the pitch, but huge news off it with the proposed redevelopment of Selhurst Park being given the go-ahead.  As the club embarks of its sixth successive season in the Premier League, there has been very little to show for it other than

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30 May 2018

The Christian Benteke Conundrum

With Palace’s Premier League season at an end, the future of our Belgian big man is certain to come under scrutiny. Christian Benteke’s poor goal scoring this season has been made much of around the league, with the £32million man only notching three goals all campaign. His quality is hard

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