10 Oct 2018

Italian Influences In New York Football Scene

New York City is a massive and historic city. The city is known for it’s immigrants, Ellis Island, the entry into the States for most people is in New York City. Groups tend to stay with their own countrymen. They would also set up social clubs which tended to turn

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26 Sep 2018

Football In The States Continues To Blossom, Hartford City Are Prime Example

When bringing you guys this series it is hard to find a club that we all should know but don’t. The sport has grown so much in the past decade here stateside. While people may know that there are many levels of the sport here, and might know some of

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20 Sep 2018

Zaha Idolised Yet Andros Wrongly Criticised

Wilfried Zaha is a Crystal Palace footballing God. He is our knight in shining armor and Caped Crusader all rolled into one dynamo of a footballer. And he is all OURS. We, as Palace fans, get to say that he is one of us. HOWEVER…… There are far better options out there if

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11 Sep 2018

TEB Interview – Atlantic City FC

Like England, there are parts of the United States that are hotbeds for sport in the country. We can point to St Louis in the early years (sorry England), we can also look at Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver for others. California has also had a number of great players come through.

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30 Aug 2018

Missed Chances Were Our Downfall At Vicarage Road

There is a reason that I wait a while after a Palace match to pen my thoughts on TEB. The debacle on Sunday is the main reason why. After some time to reflect, and after watching United get blown away at Old Trafford, here are my thoughts… There are countless reasons

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23 Aug 2018

Bitter Defeat To Swallow For Palace Fans Stateside

So here we are, a few days have passed following the narrow defeat to Liverpool and my mood is still off. Palace played well. Aaron Wan-Bissaka showed why he is one of the best right backs in the league. Our back line was strong once again in the face of

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27 Jul 2018

Atlanta Have Made A Real Splash In The MLS Pond

As TEB continues the series of featured articles looking at the football scene in the United States, I turned my attentions to Atlanta, Georgia which has always had a rich history in the game. Atlanta United FC is the third club in the city since the late sixties. In 1967, Atlanta Braves

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26 Jul 2018

Refreshing World Cup For USA Fans But Nation Cannot Miss Out On Qatar

The World Cup in Russia this summer was the most important in American history even though football fans in the United States strangely enjoyed the lack of involvement. You may ask how this is possible as the nation inexplicably failed to qualify for the World Cup Finals, so how can

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21 Jun 2018

TEB Interview – FC Cincinnati

A while back, TEB had a chat with FC Cincinnati ahead of a pre-season friendly match against the Eagles. During the interview, we touched on the possibility of the club becoming an Major League Soccer (MLS) club. Well, that day finally arrived at the end of May so now we

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18 May 2018

Bright Future In Minnesota After Complex History

As our series of articles looking at the game across the pond continues, TEB focuses on Minneapolis, Minnesota which is one of, if not, the best place to live in the United States. It has also had football on and off since the seventies. Unlike most parts of the States,

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