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  Prediction League Tables Week 9
Posted by: bomberbrown1968 - 2 hours ago - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - Replies (7)

Look at a few of theses guys......
Is Sanjay's the best score so far ??


Hey guys some good scores this week   Thumb up  
I'm not sure but this week's winner Sanjay could have the best score so far this season ?
With only 3 incorrect results and a correct Gamball Sanjay hit the Dizzy heights of 29 Points
Not far behind in 2nd was Twerton who has suddenly found a rich vain of form after a slow start, 3 correct scores and a correct Gamball hauled him up to a impressive 23 points.
DD was again so consistent our leader is continuing to make strides at the top,
He wrongly guessed the Gamball this week but only once more would he get a result wrong, making 8 correct guesses from 10 including 3 correct scores
Zinman's luck continues   Whistle  he looked to be struggling then fell down the shitter's and come up smelling of roses with a spot on Bonus ball   Angry  
His 14 points however was rather Impressive,
WorldClass improvements continued as he along with BBB who was saved with his Gamball both came in with a respectable 11 points
Amelias decent return continues and comes in with a steady 9 points,
The rest bringing up the rear will consider this a disappointing week due to the nature of the good scoring
St Charles came in 8th with just 4 points and seems to be having a real dip in form after a good start.
Matt is now not the newcomer on the Block so has no excuses now but alas his brain freeze since predicting continues.
He this week finished bottom with minus  1 the only person in the negative score this week,
He finished 3 behind Derby who came home with just 2 points, and oh i saved the best till last, as I mentioned Matt is no longer the new kid on the block, Joker has now taken up that mantle and as i guessed was just as poor as I remember him from previous prediction League outings   Laugh  
Tuff   Whistle  
Good luck next week guys.
Beefy   Thumb up


A polite round of applause as DD reaches his century  Smartass , his figures since his surge to the summit began in week 4 are impressive to say the least – 18, 18, 21, 10, 13 and 19. Consistent and leading to a 30 point lead over his nearest rival. Can anyone stop a relentless surge to the title.
Well if anyone can, Sanjay can, he’s stormed up 2 places into 2nd courtesy of the best weeks score of the season helped by another Gamball success, and looking back there were 2 occasions he didn’t play it and was spot on.
St Charles retains 3rd, having been in the top 3 throughout the season so far.
The one to suffer is Derby who slips back to 4th and while only a point off 3rd is now almost 50 points behind the leader. He may also be about to be put under pressure from Twerton who soared up 2 places to 5th. Last week saw him score his best points tally of the season and he followed that up by beating it this week  Thumb up .
Making way and slipping a place was Amelia into 6th despite a decent week helped by a very good Sunday, and my promise was kept that she would do well on the Gamball  Tongue .
One on the slide the last couple of weeks is BBB, saved to a certain extent by his Gamball and his eighth successive Insurance Ball point saved, although it wasn’t enough to stop him slipping to 7th.  
Zinman retained 8th and posted his best and first double figure points of the season, He’s not that far away and is certainly finding some consistency after being on zero at the end of week 5, he's also King of the Bonus Ball at the moment with very impressive figures.
Worldclass also posted a seasons best of double figures which helped to move him up a place to 9th and for the time being at least out of the relegation places.
MattWBA slips back again into 10th and is having a real go at breaking the record for Gamball failure scoring his 5th successive -4 in his 5 weeks on board.
Joker re-joined the pack thinking how easy it was from the outside looking in, but hasn’t made an impact yet but will be aiming to get into gear pretty quickly to chip away at those above him  Thumb up .



We must be getting better at this - for the second week in a row we had no minusmen (the only 2 weeks the Championship has managed this feat). However, scoring wasn't exactly prolific - lots of correct results but few correct scores
Top of the league this week ...again..is 4eva with an impressive 18 points in large part due to being 1 of only 2 players to get the correct result on the gamball game. 4eva also got 40% of the week's correct scores and got 4 points for his bonus Baggievicar comes in second with 11 points - Vic was the other player to predict a Norwich win but chose not to gamble - another 6 points thrown away. Respectable scores for Bournemouth and Bomber with 6 correct results and then came the stragglers. Beefy's 30 point dream remains just a dream - wonder who he'll blame this week - and after failing to predict last week, Salop didn't exactly do any better this week. Snooty had this week's 'mare, just the single, solitary point - a point lonelier than Solomon Rondon during an Albion "attack".
Good use of the bonus with only 1 player losing points - playing the bonus on an Albion away win, is that really wise Stairs?



4eva stretches his legs and scampers towards the century and away from the pack with a 31 point lead at the top. 6 correct result Gamballs 2 of which were correct scores, 5 from 9 Bonus Ball successes and 8 from 9 points saved with his Insurance Ball should tell you just why he’s top.
If things carry on like this there may only be one promotion place up for grabs  Thumb down  and Baggieone is suffering a slump in form and hasn’t had a double figure score since week 5, but is also the only player yet to suffer a minus week, he does retain his position in 2nd as does Snooty still in 3rd, who’s 9th successive Insurance ball save keeps him there for the time being  Thumb up , but you sense the chasing pack are closing in and making progress to break into the top 3 - it’s about time as these 3 have been there since week 2  Sad .
Bournemouth leads that chasing pack, just 5 points back, moving up a place to 4th, quite an achievement considering those above him had a 4 week start in their quest for points  Smartass .
Salop slips a place to 5th having occupied 4th spot since week 4 and will look to be making up the ground he lost by missing last weeks predictions.
Bomber continues to chip away in 6th – 6 points back, but could do with a Gamball success to really boost his points, 3 from 9 is not a patch on his healthy Bonus Ball picks and points gained.
BaggieVicar continues his decent run of form cementing his 7th place and but for his reluctance to play his Gamball would have moved up a place to a season high.
The bottom half of the table have occupied those spots since week 4, while the bottom 3 are getting a few points adrift with Quantum in 8th struggling for points since his best haul way back in week 1. Stairs in 9th reverted to type as his Gamball went the way of 8 of his others leaving him with a balance of -24 after 9 weeks.
Beefy remains 10th bottom despite ramblings that this would be the week, the marathon is now a quarter of the way through, maybe next week will be the one.


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  Double standards - non-Pulis related!
Posted by: Zinman - 2 hours ago - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - Replies (1)

So, a Carlisle player dives, wins a penalty and gets a 2 match ban. A Man City player dives, wins a penalty and gets.......absolutely nothing.

What a surprise. Whistle

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  May I Have My Say?
Posted by: The Quantum Enigma - 2 hours ago - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - No Replies

its extremely rare that i call for an Albion manager to go.
i think the last time was Bobby Gould...why?......every time i attended a game with him in charge i came away with neck ache.
But even my patience has worn thin with our present manager.
Tactically clueless
i may be wrong on this....but i think his philosophy is defend defend defend....counter attack and try to nick a 1-0 win.

and how can we nick a goal on the break when our so called striker is having to chase balls into corners of the pitch?

beggars belief at times does it not?
even when we do manage to get a cross into the box who is in there?
a penalty spot,grass and defenders
no striker anywhere to be seen
is it an area of the pitch that is a no go area?
is any player risking a club fine by daring to invade it?
its not an area infested with mines is it

begs the question on the polish guy(aint gonna attempt to spell his name)wonder what he is thinking now?
and what the hell did the club say to him to persuade him to sign?

Everton And Leicester have both fallen into the bottom three so far this season and along with Palace have sacked managers
i don`t want us ending up in the bottom three before we act.
believe me we end up in the bottom three we will stay there if the club keep this clown of a manager in charge
a change is needed sooner rather than later

rant over.....for now

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  The Saturday Men
Posted by: Sir Megson - 2 hours ago - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - No Replies

I'm sure that there's probably more than a few on here that will have seen this already, but for the benefit for those that haven't it's a great short documentary that's well worth your time to watch.


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Posted by: Devongone - 5 hours ago - Forum: Chesterfield - Replies (3)

Real one rather than the entire season.

Jordan Flores involved.

No further news at the moment.

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Posted by: edgie - 6 hours ago - Forum: Rangers - No Replies

dont you feel sorry for the poor little lamb

its not like he even did anyone any harm ever


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  Grant Mitchell
Posted by: themaclad - 7 hours ago - Forum: Everton - No Replies

Koeman had been potted and gone back to being a Doppleganger in the Queen Vic in Walford

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Exclamation Do You Love Our Club ? Email Now !!
Posted by: Beefy 1965 - 8 hours ago - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - Replies (3)

Because if you do this is going round on Westbrom.com
Do the right thing guys the more that do it the more chance we have  Thumb up
I have mailed him along with loads of others
Hold nothing back,let them know what WBA are famous for,
Not the turgid boring crap that we play now,
Well what you waiting for ?

I have just emailed club with my thoughts addressed to John Williams, chairman.

I urge each and everyone of us to do it.

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Posted by: Imre varadi - Yesterday, 22:44 - Forum: Sheffield Wednesday - Replies (2)

Simple little thread to mark out WTF does the Medical when signing players at Hillsborough ... yet another joke that Chansiri is completley inept at managing Whistle
Current squad

Did i miss anyone ? feel free to put who i missed in but that is half off our midfield attack and forward partnership Doh it also costs a **** fortune which meens DC is a very stupid man Thumb down

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  Rangers falter again! It's Motherwell in the Betfred Cup final!
Posted by: 0762 - Yesterday, 21:44 - Forum: Celtic - Replies (5)

Well done to the 'Steelmen' with a well deserved 2-0 semi-final win over the Rangers with a great second goal scored by Moult! The number of apologies on bbc Sportsound, re the Hun apoplectic behaviour/swearing during the live commentary at Hampden, was priceless and sums up the 'fall from grace' of these past perennial winners of trophies but now 'very sore losers' AGAIN. It makes for a good non Rangers v Celtic final which the media were clearly 'rooting for' in the way they kept highlighting Rangers and Celtic's presence while Hibs and Motherwell appeared to be of less importance in the way the semi-finals were advertised! Rolleyes
I can't see the Hoops losing this final TBF and it's turned out to be a great end pairing in the final from a Celtic point of view. Another domestic 'treble' beckons!??

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