26 Apr 2016

FA Cup Review – Crystal Palace 2-1 Watford

Match Facts Date – 24th April 2016 Venue – Wembley Stadium Attendance – 79,110 Referee – Craig Pawson Bookings – Dann, Suarez, Jurado, Deeney Goals – Bolasie (6), Deeney (55), Wickham (61) Star Eagle – Mile Jedinak (8.2) Match Review Crystal Palace will face Manchester United in what is to

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25 Apr 2016

The TEB Interview – Peter Ramage

In our latest interview we had the wonderful opportunity to chat with former Palace player Peter ‘Rambo’ Ramage who is still fondly remembered by Eagles fans. Q. Was it an easy decision to join Palace once you knew of their interest? Were any other clubs interested? When I joined Palace

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24 Apr 2016

Opportunity To Forge More Great Memories

The 24th of April 2016 seems like it has been coming for an eternity. While eager Palace fans with the requisite loyalty points have been surveying their view from their seats for the FA Cup semi-final with Watford, time seems to have slowed down. The victory over Reading at the

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24 Apr 2016

Ladies Secure Fantastic League and Cup Double

Crystal Palace Ladies added further triumph to a terrific season and a week laden with silverware on Thursday evening, as they won the Surrey FA County Cup Final, against local rivals, AFC Wimbledon at Leatherhead Football Club writes club chairman Richard Spokes. The Eagles who had secured their promotion to

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23 Apr 2016

FA Cup Preview – Watford

Once again, Palace and Watford travel to Wembley to face each other in what is another massive game for both clubs. Many recall only too well how the last meeting went that was hosted by the world renowned stadium and Eagles fans will have their fingers crossed for a very similar

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23 Apr 2016

The Watford View

As Palace prepare to meet Watford for the FA Cup semi-final, we had a chat with Bradley Hayden from Watford FC Blog about the season so far and thoughts on the big game. Q. How has your first season back in the Premier League been for the Hornets? On the

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22 Apr 2016

Recent Mistakes Cost Eagles But Pardew Can Redeem Himself At Wembley

Alan Pardew has been criticised for his naivety throughout his managerial career, and this has never been more apparent than the last few months at Selhurst Park. Palace endured a torrid run through the opening months of 2016. The Eagles were winless in fourteen consecutive Premier League matches from late

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21 Apr 2016

Premier League Review – Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace

Match Facts Date – 20th April 2016 Venue – Old Trafford Attendance – 75,277 Referee – Lee Mason Bookings – Darmian, Kelly, Souare Goals – Delaney (4, OG), Darmian (55) Star Eagle – Julian Speroni/Wilfried Zaha (8.0) Match Review In an already tough trip to Old Trafford, Palace boss Alan

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21 Apr 2016

The Forgotten Cup Run

With days to go until Palace’s fourth ever FA Cup semi-final, and after looking back at 1976 and 1990 in the last couple of weeks, this week I look back at the forgotten cup run of 1994/95, an article I wrote and published out of blind optimism back in January.

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20 Apr 2016

Premier League Preview – Manchester United

A happier Palace side travel to Old Trafford this midweek after addressing a poor run of form to become unbeaten in April. The excellent draw for Palace at the Emirates means the South London side are now unbeaten in four games, something to savour after a worrying fourteen games without a win and

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