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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 22nd, 2013 @ 11:54 PM Reply

At 2/22/13 08:04 PM, DannyIsOnFire wrote: Fulham 2-1 Stoke
Arsenal 3-0 Villa
Norwich 0-1 Everton
QPR 0-2 Man Utd
Reading 1-1 Wigan
West Brom 2-1 Sunderland
Man City 3-2 Chelsea
Newcastle 2-1 Southampton
West Ham 1-2 Spurs

Fulham 2-1 Stoke
Arsenal 2-0 Villa
Leeds Rejects 1-2 Everton
QPR 0-2 Man U
Reading 1-0 Wigan
WBA 1-1 Sunderland
Man City 2-1 Chelsea
Newcastle 3-1 So'ton
West Ham 1-1 Tottenham


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 23rd, 2013 @ 12:15 AM Reply

I just wish the England national team can make it to the semi of the World Cup...and let's go Chelsea, rolls Blue!


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 23rd, 2013 @ 03:29 AM Reply

At 2/22/13 01:44 PM, Sentio wrote:
At least the English sides are doing better in that competition! Chelsea and Spurs should be looking at winning it really, they are definitely amongst the strongest sides in the competition.

Maybe if we had some cutting edge upfront.. Don't like to get on Torres case but attempting to win this thing with only him playing may prove a dream too far. Thank god Hazard knows when to turn it on.

Fulham 2-2 Stoke
Arsenal 3-1 Villa (wanker of the week!)
Norwich 1-1 Everton
QPR 0-4 Man Utd
Reading 2-0 Wigan
West Brom 1-0 Sunderland
Man City 1-2 Chelsea
Newcastle 1-1 Southampton
West Ham 0-0 Spurs


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 23rd, 2013 @ 02:59 PM Reply

Well I now officially support the worst side in the English football league, and face the prospect of my team losing its league status for the first time ever.

I officially forbid anyone to moan about their team unless they are legitimately worse than mine! Good luck!

Thank goodness England have remembered how to play rugby, or this would have been a truly miserable Saturday.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 24th, 2013 @ 09:01 AM Reply

At 2/23/13 02:59 PM, Sentio wrote: Well I now officially support the worst side in the English football league, and face the prospect of my team losing its league status for the first time ever.

Another master stroke from the one and only Peter "I rape football clubs" Ridsdale. That disgraceful human being deserves to be jailed for all the crime he made.

I officially forbid anyone to moan about their team unless they are legitimately worse than mine! Good luck!

lol, any Luton fans here?

Thank goodness England have remembered how to play rugby, or this would have been a truly miserable Saturday.

Bradford vs Swansea for the League Cup today. Even though Bradford are rubbish and will probably get destroyed, I still hope that they can somehow pull the upset. A League Two team in the Europa League next season, how about that? :P


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 24th, 2013 @ 12:54 PM Reply

At 2/24/13 09:01 AM, Dream-of-Duke wrote:
Bradford vs Swansea for the League Cup today. Even though Bradford are rubbish and will probably get destroyed, I still hope that they can somehow pull the upset. A League Two team in the Europa League next season, how about that? :P

Makes you wonder why Arsenal/Wigan/Villa couldn't do that...

Still, delighted for Swansea. As insane as it would be for Bradford to win, I feel this is more important for Swansea, who have never won a trophy and deserve a place in Europe for the style of football they play. The sort of team that any neutral can get behind, and hopefully one that will continue to go from strength to strength.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 25th, 2013 @ 06:12 AM Reply

Difficult not to fall in love Swansea, it's a shame they were playing against the underdog. I hope being in Europe doesn't put too much strain on them, but Laudrup seems like a smart cookie (if he sticks around). I do feel like they might regret selling Danny Graham though, unless they can pull off another transfer coup.

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 26th, 2013 @ 07:10 AM Reply

At 2/24/13 12:54 PM, Sentio wrote: Makes you wonder why Arsenal/Wigan/Villa couldn't do that...

Because all these teams are IN DECLINE, especially Arsenal and Villa. On the other hand, Swansea are a team that are on the way up, it was not long ago when they were in the League Two. Any good team that are heading to the right direction would destroy Bradford.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 26th, 2013 @ 05:09 PM Reply

Looking forward to Chelsea's upcoming game...let's go win this!!


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 27th, 2013 @ 07:54 PM Reply

At 2/23/13 02:59 PM, Sentio wrote:
I officially forbid anyone to moan about their team unless they are legitimately worse than mine! Good luck!

Oh come on. Chelsea are just getting embarrassing now. No, it was already embarrassing, its just an ongoing saga of utter cluelessness right now. This whole Rafa thing is just a mess.

I genuinely hate that I support them at this moment in time.

Was 19th May 2012 really only 9 months ago?


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 28th, 2013 @ 12:10 AM Reply

I like the Chelsea win today...moving on up!


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 28th, 2013 @ 02:45 AM Reply

At 2/27/13 07:54 PM, Gagsy wrote: Oh come on. Chelsea are just getting embarrassing now. No, it was already embarrassing, its just an ongoing saga of utter cluelessness right now. This whole Rafa thing is just a mess.
I genuinely hate that I support them at this moment in time.
Was 19th May 2012 really only 9 months ago?

You have to admit that Mo is a wise man when it comes to escaping the ship just before its decline.
Chelsea declined as soon as Mo left.
Inter Milan declined as soon as Mo left.
You see the pattern here? Torres, Terry, Ashley Cole. Lampard...to many has beens with sky high ego. No wonder why Chelsea has been the graveyard for managers in the past a few years.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Feb. 28th, 2013 @ 10:14 PM Reply

At 2/28/13 02:45 AM, Dream-of-Duke wrote:
You have to admit that Mo is a wise man when it comes to escaping the ship just before its decline.
Chelsea declined as soon as Mo left.
Inter Milan declined as soon as Mo left.
You see the pattern here? Torres, Terry, Ashley Cole. Lampard...to many has beens with sky high ego. No wonder why Chelsea has been the graveyard for managers in the past a few years.

Chelsea have won quite a few trophies still since Mourinho left though, especially the holy grail last year.

And I forever reject the notion of Lampard as a has been with a sky high ego. If he were a Man U or Liverpool player he'd have the respect give to him on par with the likes of Giggs or Gerrard. But no. He plays in blue, therefore he unlikable right?


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 1st, 2013 @ 01:22 PM Reply

At 2/28/13 10:14 PM, Gagsy wrote:
Chelsea have won quite a few trophies still since Mourinho left though, especially the holy grail last year.

Certainly true, though the difference is under Mourinho Chelsea were undoubtedly the dominant force in England, winning the league by a distance. Ever since trophies have kept coming, but not with the same level of dominance. Still, way too soon to say that Chelsea will continue to decline. The only way they will stay down for long is if Abramovich jumps ship.

Can't hide the fact that Chelsea are now behind Gareth Bale in the table though!

And I forever reject the notion of Lampard as a has been with a sky high ego. If he were a Man U or Liverpool player he'd have the respect give to him on par with the likes of Giggs or Gerrard. But no. He plays in blue, therefore he unlikable right?

I can kind of see why it happens though, in exactly the same way as a lot of people disrespect Gerrard. Both have been through lengthy spells of poor form and always struggled to bring their best for England. Lampard is playing great at the moment though, Chelsea would be fools to let him go.

Anyway, predictions now as I hope to very hungover come the morning...

Chelsea 3-0 West Brom
Everton 2-0 Reading
Man Utd 2-0 Norwich (I'd go for more, but United will rest players to face Madrid later in the week)
Southampton 3-1 QPR
Stoke 1-0 West Ham
Sunderland 2-1 Fulham
Swansea 2-2 Newcastle
Wigan 1-3 LIverpool
Gareth Bale 2-1 Arsenal
Aston Villa 1-3 Man City


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 1st, 2013 @ 08:42 PM Reply

Week 27 Results (25/02/13)

Rank // Correct Results // Perfect Scores // Weekly Points // Overall Points // Best Weekly Score // 5 Week Average // Name // Rank Change

01. // 7 // 2 // 11 // 187 // 12 // 7.6 // DannyIsOnFire 0
02. // 5 // 1 // 07 // 181 // 13 // 7.2 // Dream-of-Duke 0
03. // 6 // 1 // 08 // 173 // 13 // 8.0 // Sentio 0
04. // 5 // 1 // 07 // 149 // 10 // 5.0 // HeartbreakHoldout 0
05. // 3 // 0 // 03 // 121 // 13 // 6.4 // Gagsy 0
06. // 2 // 0 // 02 // 105 // 13 // 5.0 // Ejit 0
07. // 5 // 0 // 05 // 019 // 10 // 3.8 // tyler2513 0
08. // 0 // 0 // 00 // 007 // 04 // 0.0 // Jonny 0
09. // 0 // 0 // 00 // 006 // 06 // 1.2 // MCFC 0
10. // 0 // 0 // 00 // 005 // 05 // 0.0 // LostFaceInTrain 0

Weekly Highest Score: 11 (DannyIsOnFire)
Highest Score all time: 13 (Sentio - Week 8, Dream-Of-Duke & Ejit - Week 14, Gagsy - Week 23)
Weekly average score: 6.14
Weekly average highest all time: 8.80 (Week 14 & 17)

After a disappointing few weeks, Danny scores a weekly high of 11, re-establishing his lead at the top. Sentio moves 1 whole point closer to DoD, so at this rate could take second by the end of the season. Near the bottom, Tyler gains 3 points on Ejit, to cut the gap between them to just 86 points!

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 2nd, 2013 @ 01:02 AM Reply

Chelsea 1-0 WBA
Everton 2-0 Reading
Man U 3-1 Leeds B
So'ton 2-1 QPR (QPR are doomed)
Stoke 1-1 West Ham
Sunderland 1-0 Fulham
Swansea 1-2 Newcastle (Swansea have nothing to play for)
Wigan 1-1 Liverpool
Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal
Villa 0-2 Man City


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 2nd, 2013 @ 06:26 AM Reply

Chelsea 2-1 West Brom
Everton 3-1 Reading
Man Utd 3-0 Norwich
Southampton 2-0 QPR
Stoke 1-1 West Ham
Sunderland 2-1 Fulham
Swansea 2-2 Newcastle
Wigan 1-2 LIverpool
Gareth Bale 2-2 Arsenal
Aston Villa 0-1 Man City


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Chelsea 2-0 West Brom
Everton 1-1 Reading
Man Utd 2-0 Norwich
Southampton 1-1 QPR
Stoke 2-1 West Ham
Sunderland 1-2 Fulham
Swansea 1-2 Newcastle
Wigan 1-3 LIverpool
Spurs 2-1 Arsenal
Aston Villa 0-3 Man City


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 2nd, 2013 @ 09:15 AM Reply

Chelsea 1 - 1 West Brom
Everton 2 - 1 Reading
Man Utd 2 - 0 Norwich
Southampton 1 - 0 QPR
Stoke 0 - 0 West Ham
Sunderland 2 - 2 Fulham
Swansea 1 - 2 Newcastle
Wigan 1 - 3 LIverpool
Spurs 3 - 2 Arsenal
Aston Villa 0 - 3 Man City

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 2nd, 2013 @ 11:50 AM Reply

Now I know why Guardiola had to leave Barca --- to keep his "God" stats FULLY knowing that Barca were going to decline.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 2nd, 2013 @ 01:08 PM Reply

good win by Chelsea today...close game really, gotta score more than once to win games...


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 3rd, 2013 @ 03:08 PM Reply

At 3/2/13 11:50 AM, Dream-of-Duke wrote: Now I know why Guardiola had to leave Barca --- to keep his "God" stats FULLY knowing that Barca were going to decline.

Barcelona losing 3 times in a few weeks = Crisis in the team. I guess this new head coach that's replacing Vilanova temporarily isn't doing a good job. The team is getting old though, and they don't seem to know how to improvise when their tactic of passing and controlling the game doesn't work.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 3rd, 2013 @ 03:13 PM Reply

At 3/2/13 06:26 AM, Gagsy wrote: Gareth Bale 2-2 Arsenal

Jealous? :3


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 4th, 2013 @ 07:50 AM Reply

At 3/3/13 03:13 PM, deckheadtottie wrote:
At 3/2/13 06:26 AM, Gagsy wrote: Gareth Bale 2-2 Arsenal
Jealous? :3

I will be suprised if Bale stays at Tottenham this summer, he is too good to play for a team like Tottenham that will NEVER challenge for the title.


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At 3/3/13 03:13 PM, deckheadtottie wrote:
At 3/2/13 06:26 AM, Gagsy wrote: Gareth Bale 2-2 Arsenal
Jealous? :3

Real Madrid want, they get. You should know that by now from the way how they got Modric. Bet that Bale will be a Real Madrid player by the end of the summer.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 6th, 2013 @ 02:12 PM Reply

Well that is the end of British interest in the Champions League for this year (well, once Arsenal and Celtic are officially out anyway). I thought last year was poor with only Chelsea making any real progress, but to have no sides in the quarter finals is pathetic.

Saying that last night's game was a real disappointment. It was an incredibly even tie right up until the debateable red card, and I can't help but feel that the game was decided by the referee in the end, not the teams. I'm not saying it definitely wasn't a red (though there was clearly no intent from Nani, who was only trying to bring the ball down), but the decision killed the game stone dead.

I wish referees thought more about the spectacle with decisions like that. A yellow would have been a perfectly reasonable decision, and we would have had an incredible finish to the game as a result. Instead it was ruined. Sure, if it is a blatant red then send them off, but with tight decisions like that they should err in favour of the game and keeping 11 on the pitch. After all football is entertainment as well as business, and last night entertainment lost.

(Incidentally I felt similar about the Bradford City keeper being sent off in the League Cup final).

I'm with Mourinho, the better team lost last night. Anti-United fans are no doubt revelling in that (and it is about time a decision went against them), but as a neutral who wanted Champions League interest to last a little longer, I'm not.

One of the German sides or Madrid/Barce (assuming they come back against Milan) to win it now. I feel a major rivallry between Spain and Germany both domestically and internationally will dominate European football for some time.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 7th, 2013 @ 06:50 PM Reply

At 3/6/13 02:12 PM, Sentio wrote: Well that is the end of British interest in the Champions League for this year (well, once Arsenal and Celtic are officially out anyway). I thought last year was poor with only Chelsea making any real progress, but to have no sides in the quarter finals is pathetic.

At times like these I wish there were more British players abroad. Also most other times.

I wish referees thought more about the spectacle with decisions like that. A yellow would have been a perfectly reasonable decision, and we would have had an incredible finish to the game as a result. Instead it was ruined. Sure, if it is a blatant red then send them off, but with tight decisions like that they should err in favour of the game and keeping 11 on the pitch. After all football is entertainment as well as business, and last night entertainment lost.

I agree with that to an extent.

(Incidentally I felt similar about the Bradford City keeper being sent off in the League Cup final).

But not this. Because it was a definite red card in that instance. And I think the most compelling argument to that end is what would have happened had the referee not sent him off, and then had Tremmel do the same thing at the other end. No sympathy on account of being underdogs.

I'm with Mourinho, the better team lost last night. Anti-United fans are no doubt revelling in that (and it is about time a decision went against them), but as a neutral who wanted Champions League interest to last a little longer, I'm not.

I don't know that United going out has an effect on how interested I am. I'll still watch all the remaining games that I can. I get to see Utd play often enough as it is.

One of the German sides or Madrid/Barce (assuming they come back against Milan) to win it now. I feel a major rivallry between Spain and Germany both domestically and internationally will dominate European football for some time.

Surprised you're confident even narrowing it down that much. Juve with such an incredibly strong defence + Buffon could beat any of those 'on their day' I would think. Even Milan have shown they're no pushovers. And is Ibra unbanned for the quarters?

Spurs will help keep the coefficient up, don't worry. :~) Seriously excited to see them (hopefully) in the CL again next year.

I wonder what AVB could have done with him :~(

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Mar. 8th, 2013 @ 01:27 PM Reply

At 3/7/13 06:50 PM, Ejit wrote:
But not this. Because it was a definite red card in that instance. And I think the most compelling argument to that end is what would have happened had the referee not sent him off, and then had Tremmel do the same thing at the other end. No sympathy on account of being underdogs.

I guess I'm just a bit soft. It was horrible seeing the guy trudge off like that knowing the game was dead and buried anyway.

I don't know that United going out has an effect on how interested I am. I'll still watch all the remaining games that I can. I get to see Utd play often enough as it is.

Sure, the games will still be great, but as I no longer really cares who wins that level of excitement is gone (barring a real outsider now making a run and giving the neutral something to be excited about!)

Surprised you're confident even narrowing it down that much. Juve with such an incredibly strong defence + Buffon could beat any of those 'on their day' I would think. Even Milan have shown they're no pushovers. And is Ibra unbanned for the quarters?

I don't really rate Italian football at the moment- Juve are the best of a fairly weak bunch, but I don't think they have the firepower to beat one of the four I listed above. The best they could do in my eyes is draw and sneak through on away goals or penalties. The four above have looked the best teams so far with the exception of Barce, but only an idiot would write them off.

Spurs will help keep the coefficient up, don't worry. :~) Seriously excited to see them (hopefully) in the CL again next year.

Ditto- they were quality last night against the worst Inter side I have ever seen. Easily the best performance I have seen from any English side in Europe this season, and if they were playing in the CL this season you would have to say they would stand a fighting chance of going a long way. Success next season may rest on either keeping Bale, or who they get to replace him with the massive amount of money they would have. AVB has a really solid team there, but Bale is the spark that breaks down stubborn sides.

Not many games this weekend, and some really tough ones to predict:

Norwich 2-2 Southampton
QPR 0-0 Sunderland
Reading 1-2 Villa
West Brom 1-2 Swansea
Newcastle 2-0 Stoke
Liverpool 1-1 Spurs

Not a single game I'm confident of there- all six could go either way. Newcastle have taken my banker on Talk Sport as they are on good form, so long as the long trip to Russia hasn't slowed them down too much.


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Norwich 2-2 Southampton
QPR 1-1 Sunderland
Reading 1-1 Villa
West Brom 1-2 Swansea
Newcastle 2-0 Stoke
Liverpool 1-3 Spurs


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At 3/8/13 11:18 PM, Gagsy wrote: Norwich 2-2 Southampton
QPR 1-1 Sunderland
Reading 1-1 Villa
West Brom 1-2 Swansea
Newcastle 2-0 Stoke
Liverpool 1-3 Spurs

Leeds B 1-1 So'ton
QPR 1-0 Sunderland
Reading 1-2 Villa
WBA 1-1 Swansea
Newcastle 2-0 Stoke
Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham


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