The Premier League returns this weekend which means Palace are back in action as third placed Liverpool are the visitors to South London for the televised early Saturday kick off. Roy Hodgson takes charge of his Eagles side against former club Liverpool where he had a short stint in 2010 but
Seven games in, no points, no goals, the season was destined to end in disappointment. Seven games to go and there is everything to play for. With Frank de Boer being relieved of his duties so early in the season for the more experienced Roy Hodgson to take control at
After promptly dispatching his side’s second goal against Huddersfield from the penalty spot, Luka Milivojevic pointed towards the travelling Palace fans before sliding to his knees and taking the acclaim of his congregating teammates. Behind him, Andros Townsend and Wilfried Zaha ran to congratulate one another, keen to acknowledge the
MATCH FACTS Date – 17th March 2018 Venue – John Smith’s Stadium Attendance – 23,918 Referee – Mike Dean Bookings – Schindler, Hogg, Mooy, Wan-Bissaka, Cabaye Goals – Tomkins (23), Milivojevic (68 penalty) Star Eagle – James Tomkins (8.7) TEB VERDICT This game was a must win for both sides
It has been a while since we have been able to celebrate a win but here is what TEB learnt from the excellent win at Huddersfield. 1. We have been saying it for weeks, but a fully fit Palace side are more than capable of pulling away from the relegation battle.
In what will be the first of a few games that will be labelled as a six-pointer between now and the end of the season, Palace head to Yorkshire to take on Huddersfield Town. There will be a real feeling among the visiting players that they let themselves down on
With eight games left to play until the end of the Premier League season, the Eagles head to Yorkshire to take on Huddersfield Town so we had a chat with director and Terriers fan Duncan Foster about the season so far. Q. What did you make of our encounter earlier
Another game, another loss but the difficult run against the top sides in the Premier League is almost over and we can get down to business. So, what did we learn from the loss to Chelsea? Here are my thoughts. 1. Palace should have made it harder for the Blues.
MATCH FACTS Date – 10th March 2018 Venue – Stamford Bridge Attendance – 40,800 Referee – Anthony Taylor Bookings – James Tomkins, Patrick van Aanholt Goals – Willian (25), Kelly (32 – own goal), Patrick van Aanholt (90) Star Eagle – Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.8) TEB VERDICT With the hard run
With Palace needing to pick up points sooner rather than later, it is not the ideal time to have to trek across London to the home of the outgoing Premier League champions. Having said that, the Bridge has been a happy hunting ground for the Eagles in recent seasons with