02 Apr 2016

VIDEO: Monthly Review Show

The latest two part review show on PalaceFanTV featuring host Jim Daly from FYP, Terence Ford from RedNBlueArmy along with TEB editor Jay Crame is now online. In the first part the guys talk about the games that have taken place since the last show while in the second, they turn

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01 Apr 2016

Fantasy Preview – Match Week 32

After another international break it is back to business for the Premier League in what is one of the busiest months of the year fixture wise. Here are my tips for your teams this weekend. 10 Buy: Harry Kane – Forward, Tottenham Hotspur, 10.4 Kane is on a tear right

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01 Apr 2016

Premier League Preview – West Ham United

In Palace’s last ever trip to Upton Park they look for their first win in thirteen league matches while the Hammers aim to keep their five game unbeaten run going. The statistics are clearly in favour of West Ham United which suits Palace down to the ground. Having the underdog

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31 Mar 2016

The West Ham View

Ahead of our last ever trip to Upton Park, we had a chat with Hammers fan Stuart Plant about the season so far, the move away from their historic home and the game this weekend. Q. How has your season been since we last met in the Premier League? Other than

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30 Mar 2016

Women’s Premier League: Crystal Palace 9-0 Lowestoft Town

Palace Ladies were again on form in the FA Women’s Premier League as they eased past lowly Lowestoft Town at Bromley Football Club writes club chairman Richard Spokes. The game was switched to the 3G pitch at Hayes Lane following the Easter Bank Holiday downpours. It was played at a high tempo and saw

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30 Mar 2016

Time To End The Highland Hoodoo

The international break has given Dundee players a very welcome few days off after a very hard ninety minutes in the Dundee derby so it has been a fairly quiet week at Dens Park. With that being the case, I thought I would take the opportunity to have a quick look at our up-and-coming

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29 Mar 2016

The Spirit of 76: Part 1 – We should have won!

It is only a few weeks until Palace’s fourth appearance in the FA Cup semi-finals. With the international break upon us and as we wait for the league form to pick up, it seems a good time to look back at Palace’s first semi-final appearance, against Southampton, back in 1976.

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28 Mar 2016

Good Friday My Arse

Easter is meant to be a time for celebration, excitement and excess. The religious factions reflect on the life and death of a carpenter in the Middle East, who was big on motivational speaking and forgiveness. His craft was not so much shaped around his intricate woodworking skills, but his

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27 Mar 2016

Players Need More Education From Young Age

The story surrounding former Manchester City and Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson is one that you all no doubt know about. I am not going to try and give you any kind of opinion on the finer details of that whole particular story. I do not think I am qualified enough

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26 Mar 2016

Don’t Worry About A Thing

Another weekend and another loss which is now becoming quite alarming to say the least as we are currently in free-fall with games running out. A couple of weeks ago I was not too worried about the threat of relegation, but now with our current predicament the possibility of playing

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