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  1. Poor analogy. Assuming Lazio beat Lecce tomorrow then Juve's lead is down to 4 points with 8 games left, that's vaguely competitive
  2. Hello, I think I've won various versions of this league five times plus at least a couple of seconds and always rejoin this league automatically. I'd already decided to let someone else have a chance by not rejoining next year but actually let's freshen this year up too, I'm therefore resigning from the league which I imagine now looks very competitive (i can't see as I've left) Good luck and have fun
  3. Haha we'll see Dougie boy, I've won this league at least 4 times, I'm the daddy lol ps which of the challengers are you?
  4. Curtice's site has 2 more recent (ORB 52, 40 and YouGov 43, 42) http://whatukthinks.org/eu/questions/should-the-united-kingdom-remain-a-member-of-the-eu-or-leave-the-eu/ Not that I trust the pollsters on this...
  5. People who use the word like too often and when it isn't appropriate.e.g. 'We LIKE decided to on holiday to LIKE Bali but before we could LIKE book had to LIKE call Portia to LIKE check that it was LIKE fine to LIKE confirm the booking.' I was born in Shakespeare's county and I hate butchery of the english language. rocket polishers
  6. The events of the last few days have confirmed to me what I had already thought to be the case i.e. Randolph D Lerner is just a spoilt little rich kid. He has to be the best argument for inheritance tax ever. The evidence suggests that he doesn't like people disagreeing with him or (heaven forbid) telling him that he doesn't know what he's doing. I find it very telling that it seems that he didn't have the balls to actually phone King or Bernstein but instead resorted to an email - in my experience email is the device of cowards who don't have the backbone or ability to deal with things proper
  7. Actually, achieve the almost impossible and made Randolph D Lerner look like even more of a tool. Marginal I know but still an achievement...
  8. I always try and rate each BPL game on a scale of 0-10 based on how much it impacted my FPL team (10 being perfection, 5 neutral, 0 complete disaster) I think the Stoke-Spurs game was close to a 1 for me . The only thing preventing a 0 were the lack of hat-tricks and the number of people having Alli and Toby on the bench, I imagine a fair few hoping for a Lukaku or other no show as a quarter of people in the top 10k benched Alli
  9. If you've still got your second wildcard left then keep an eye out for the big double gameweek. Play your wildcard the week before the DGW and fill up with DGW players then the bench boost in the DGW, if it works out you could effectively have 30 players that week rather than 11.
  10. Look at the fixtures for Gameweek 27 (not very far away now) , because of the League Cup Final Man City, Liverpool, Everton and Newcastle don't have a fixture. This extra fixture will have to be played before Gameweek 38 meaning all of these clubs are already guaranteed a double gameweek. In addition the clash between BPL and FA Cup fixtures in the weekend of gameweek 30 means that more clubs will also have a double gameweek.
  11. My strong advice (former winner of this league, runner up last year and third this year) would be to use it in a double gameweek, likewise the bench boost
  12. The best argument for inheritance tax that I've ever seen.
  13. Too right, also two months ago most neutrals wanted us to get relegated due to our hopeless, sleep inducing football Right now I reckon most neutrals want us to stay up as we'd add something exciting to the league, that makes me very happy
  14. Bringing Ozil in right now is just daft as he's protected until Monday at least so can't rise in price until then. He's got the small matter of a derby with Austria tonight where no love will be lost I imagine so you wouldn't want to waste a transfer having to sub him out.
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