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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 2nd, 2007 @ 12:11 PM Reply

An belter of a match this weekend lads - Man U v Arsenal. Opinions? I'm torn slightly, but me thinks arsenal could run away with it.

FAlkirk v gretna in the SPL, should be an easy three points for us.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 2nd, 2007 @ 05:09 PM Reply

Heres our current squad, 5 men down (6 players) is still too small for a legal game, so we need some more members, you can change your number & position if you want to.

At 11/2/07 12:11 PM, KingRugger wrote: An belter of a match this weekend lads - Man U v Arsenal. Opinions? I'm torn slightly, but me thinks arsenal could run away with it.
FAlkirk v gretna in the SPL, should be an easy three points for us.

Probz ManU, they win most seasons.

Heres are current squad, remember you can ask to change your number & posistion now, plus you can also ask for a formation change!

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 2nd, 2007 @ 06:47 PM Reply

Yay! A soccer thread! :3

Soccer is like the national sport here in Germany!^^


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 2nd, 2007 @ 06:55 PM Reply

At 11/2/07 06:47 PM, Kottbullar wrote: Yay! A soccer thread! :3

Soccer is like the national sport here in Germany!^^

Thats kwl, any team you support?


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 2nd, 2007 @ 08:27 PM Reply

I COMMAND YOU TO MAKE ME #11

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 3rd, 2007 @ 06:34 AM Reply

i'll join

chelsea fan for over 10 years now. zola is my favourite player of all time

as for the big match today i predict 1-1. however mark lawrenson has predicted the same, so its most likely going to be a completely different result =p


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 3rd, 2007 @ 07:41 AM Reply

Today will be one of those games that is either brilliant or absolute crap, just depends if they actually attack each other or not. Could be 0-0 or a late 1-0, could be 3-3. Probably won't be anything in between.

Personally I suspect a 1-0 win one way or the other, hopefully to United as all my mates are Arsenal fans! Off to watch the game in a bit...

But of course the big game today is Plymouth v Sheff Wed, should be a home win... *crosses fingers*

Also number 7 would be awesome!


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 3rd, 2007 @ 04:47 PM Reply

BRISTOL CITY 1-1 WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

Wolves had to be content with a point after being held by Bristol City.
Jay Bothroyd put the home side ahead with a low 20-yard shot through a crowded penalty box after the Robins had failed to clear a corner.
But ex-Wolves player Michael McIndoe, who was booed on his return, set up the equaliser as Wolves conceded a first home goal in 338 minutes in the league.
McIndoe crossed for Liam Fontaine to guide a header back across goal to leave keeper Wayne Hennessey stranded.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy:
"We were terrific in the first half. That was as good as we have played.
"We had enough good opportunities and either didn't have the final pass or the devilment to put the ball in.
"The football was great but it was a lousy goal to give away. It was bad marking."

Bristol City boss Gary Johnson was in jovial mood about the prospect of baring his backside after Liam Fontaine scored.
Johnson had said he would do so when Fontaine notched a goal.

"I've got to check with my lawyer to see whether I said it had to be a winning goal," joked Johnson.
"We motivate players in different ways and this was one way that seemed to interest people most after it went out on local television."

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SUCK MY BOLVES WOLVES!!
The west-middlands Police are very rough, I try'd taking a short-cut to the Bristol City coaches by following this small group of Bristol City fans to get arround the Bristol City crowd, because it was going slow.
However, we got to this bush & just over it was a big police wall, the other people whent around, but I crossed the bush & whent to join the City fans when I noticed I was mixing with the Wolves, I luckely mannaged to get to the main City crowd again, but whent back to the police wall to see the trouble & was chaced along with everyone else to get back into the main crowd again, Me & some other bloke helped up this man that was knocked over.

You guys should have been there, Than Police-man that was running in with the trunchan caught my eye while we where running from them.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 3rd, 2007 @ 05:15 PM Reply

At 11/3/07 06:34 AM, Randominator wrote: i'll join
chelsea fan for over 10 years now. zola is my favourite player of all time
as for the big match today i predict 1-1. however mark lawrenson has predicted the same, so its most likely going to be a completely different result =p

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At 11/3/07 07:41 AM, Sentio wrote: Today will be one of those games that is either brilliant or absolute crap, just depends if they actually attack each other or not. Could be 0-0 or a late 1-0, could be 3-3. Probably won't be anything in between.
Personally I suspect a 1-0 win one way or the other, hopefully to United as all my mates are Arsenal fans! Off to watch the game in a bit...
But of course the big game today is Plymouth v Sheff Wed, should be a home win... *crosses fingers*
Also number 7 would be awesome!

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You lost again :P

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 3rd, 2007 @ 07:34 PM Reply

Heres todays results & Bristol City 1-1 Wolves images:

Barclays Premier League
Arsenal 2-2 Man Utd
Aston Villa 2-0 Derby
Blackburn 0-0 Liverpool
Everton 3-1 Birmingham
Fulham 3-1 Reading
Middlesbrough 1-1 Tottenham
Newcastle 1-4 Portsmouth
Wigan 0-2 Chelsea

The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Barnsley 1-0 Preston
Colchester 1-1 Leicester
Plymouth 1-2 Sheff Wed
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QPR 2-0 Hull
Scunthorpe 0-0 Crystal Palace
Sheff Utd 0-0 Burnley
Southampton 0-1 Charlton
Stoke 1-3 Coventry
Watford 0-3 West Brom
Wolverhampton 1-1 Bristol City

Coca-Cola Football League One
Brighton 3-1 Luton
Bristol Rovers 0-2 Bournemouth
Carlisle 3-1 Leeds

Crewe 2-0 Yeovil
Huddersfield 3-1 Port Vale
Leyton Orient 1-0 Oldham
Millwall 0-1 Hartlepool
Northampton 0-1 Southend
Nottm Forest 2-0 Tranmere
Swindon 1-2 Doncaster
Walsall 2-0 Cheltenham

Coca-Cola Football League Two
Accrington Stanley 0-2 Notts County
Bradford 1-2 Brentford
Bury 3-0 Barnet
Chesterfield 2-2 Morecambe
Hereford 5-1 Darlington
Mansfield 5-0 Macclesfield

Rochdale 1-0 Dag & Red
Rotherham 2-1 Grimsby
Stockport 1-2 Peterborough
Wycombe 1-1 Milton Keynes Dons

Blue Square Premier
Burton Albion 0-2 Kidderminster
Ebbsfleet United 0-2 Forest Green
Halifax 3-0 Crawley Town
Histon 1-0 Altrincham
Northwich 0-2 Stevenage
Salisbury 0-1 Grays Athletic
Stafford Rangers 1-5 Exeter
Torquay 1-2 Cambridge Utd
Woking 1-1 Droylsden

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& now for some Images of the Bristol City VS Wolves.

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 3rd, 2007 @ 09:22 PM Reply

At 11/3/07 05:15 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote:
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Plymouth 1-2 Sheff Wed
You lost again :P

Yeah, a really miserable result there, though Sheffield Wednesday are on a good run of form (three away wins in a row I believe) so not all bad. Plus Plymouth sold one of their best players midweek (Buzsaky) so they will need a little time to get used to him not being there. Not the end of the world, as much as I would love Argyle to be in the playoff hunt this season I came into it hoping just to stay up, and right now they are well on their way to achieving that. Small club, small goals...

Good draw for Bristol by the way, they are impressing far more than I thought they would this season.

Some amazing goals in the Prem today, and plenty of them as well! All in all a good day of football.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 05:16 AM Reply

Another 0-0...

The pre-season predictions that some of the second-premier league-tier teams (ie. Blackburn, Portsmouth, possibly Everton) are going to take points off the title contenders is turning out to be correct. In our current state though, we played well and had a host of chances, especially Dirk Kuyt, which should have won us the game. The team that wins the League will be the one that can go to Blackburn and Portsmouth and win, while not dropping points at home or agains the strugglers.

Liverpool haven't done that yet. But, this week has been better for us. Wins against Everton and a second-string one against Cardiff were fine, and it was a decent performance against Blackburn. A crucial home game coming up against Besiktas though. Anything other than a win and we crash out of Europe at the first hurdle. And that leaves us with our as yet half-hearted Premier League challenge and maybe the FA Cup.

But still, there's always the League Cup!


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 08:04 AM Reply

Here is a list of the SPL fixtures and results for this weekend:

Falkirk 2 - 0 Gretna
Rangers 2 - 0 Inverness Calidonian Thistle
Aberdeen 2 - 0 Dundee United
Motherwell 1 - 1 St Mirren
Celtic 2 - 1 Kilmarnock

Hearts v Hibs is today...I can see hibs taking it.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 09:24 AM Reply

Heres all of today's & next week's fixtures!

Sunday, 04 November 2007
Barclays Premier League
West Ham v Bolton, 16:00
The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Norwich v Ipswich, 12:45
Coca-Cola Football League Two
Wrexham v Shrewsbury, 12:00
Blue Square Premier
Farsley Celtic v York, 19:15
Clydesdale Bank Premier League
Hibernian v Hearts, 14:00
Blue Square North
Nuneaton v Hyde, 15:00

Monday, 05 November 2007
Barclays Premier League
Man City v Sunderland, 20:00
The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Barnsley v Blackpool, 19:45

Tuesday, 06 November 2007
UEFA Champions League
Celtic v Benfica, D, 19:45
FC Porto v Marseille, A, 19:45
Lazio v Werder Bremen, C, 19:45
Liverpool v Besiktas, A, 19:45
Olympiakos v Real Madrid, C, 19:45
Schalke 04 v Chelsea, B, 19:45
Shakhtar Donetsk v AC Milan, D, 19:45
Valencia v Rosenborg, B, 19:45
The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Bristol City v Charlton, 19:45
Burnley v Hull, 19:45
Cardiff v Crystal Palace, 19:45
Colchester v Plymouth, 19:45
Norwich v Watford, 19:45
Preston v Leicester, 19:45
QPR v Coventry, 20:00
Scunthorpe v Stoke, 19:30
Sheff Utd v Ipswich, 19:45
Southampton v Wolverhampton, 19:45
West Brom v Sheff Wed, 19:45
Coca-Cola Football League One
Bournemouth v Leeds, 19:45
Brighton v Walsall, 19:45
Cheltenham v Yeovil, 19:45
Gillingham v Doncaster, 19:45
Huddersfield v Hartlepool, 19:45
Luton v Carlisle, 19:45
Millwall v Swansea, 19:45 - FIGHTS!!
Northampton v Bristol Rovers
, 19:45
Nottm Forest v Southend, 19:45
Port Vale v Crewe, 19:45
Swindon v Leyton Orient, 19:45
Tranmere v Oldham, 19:45
Coca-Cola Football League Two
Barnet v Notts County, 19:45
Bradford v Chester, 19:45
Darlington v Shrewsbury, 19:30
Hereford v Mansfield, 19:45
Lincoln City v Chesterfield, 19:45
Macclesfield v Brentford, 19:45
Milton Keynes Dons v Grimsby, 19:45
Morecambe v Accrington Stanley, 19:45
Peterborough v Dag & Red, 19:45
Rochdale v Stockport, 19:45
Rotherham v Bury, 19:45

Wednesday, 07 November 2007
UEFA Champions League
Barcelona v Rangers, E, 19:45
Fenerbahce v PSV, G, 19:45
Inter Milan v CSKA Moscow, G, 19:45
Lyon v VfB Stuttgart, E, 19:45
Man Utd v Dynamo Kiev, F, 19:45
Slavia Prague v Arsenal, H, 19:45
Sporting v Roma, F, 19:45
Steaua Bucharest v Sevilla, H, 19:45
Coca-Cola Football League Two
Wrexham v Wycombe, 19:45

Thursday, 08 November 2007
UEFA Cup
AaB v Anderlecht, G, 18:15
Aberdeen v Lokomotiv Moscow, B, 20:00
Aris Salonika v Crvena Zvezda, F, 19:45
Bayern Munich v Bolton, F, 18:00
Dinamo Zagreb v Basle, D, 19:15
FC Copenhagen v Panathinaikos, B, 19:15
FK Austria Magna v Bordeaux, H, 19:15
Fiorentina v IF Elfsborg, C, 19:45
Galatasaray v Helsingborgs IF, H, 18:00
Hapoel Tel-Aviv v Tottenham, G, 16:00
Larissa v Zenit St Petersburg, A, 15:30
Mlada Boleslav v Villarreal, C, 19:30
Nurnberg v Everton, A, 20:05
Rennes v SK Brann, D, 18:00
Spartak Moscow v Bayer Leverkusen, E, 16:00
Toulouse v Sparta Prague, E, 19:30

Friday, 09 November 2007
The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON
Hereford v Leeds, R1, 19:45

Saturday, 10 November 2007
Barclays Premier League
Derby v West Ham, 15:00
Liverpool v Fulham, 17:15
Sunderland v Newcastle, 12:45
The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON
Accrington Stanley v Huddersfield, R1, 15:00
Altrincham v Millwall, R1, 15:00
Barnet v Gillingham, R1, 15:00
Barrow v Bournemouth, R1, 15:00
Billericay v Swansea, R1, 13:00
Bradford v Chester, R1, 15:00
Bury v Workington, R1, 15:00
Cambridge Utd v Aldershot, R1, 15:00
Carlisle v Grimsby, R1, 15:00
Cheltenham v Brighton, R1, 15:00
Chesterfield v Tranmere, R1, 15:00
Crewe v Milton Keynes Dons, R1, 15:00
Darlington v Northampton, R1, 15:00
Eastbourne Borough v Weymouth, R1, 15:00
Exeter v Stevenage, R1, 15:00
Halifax v Burton Albion, R1, 15:00
Hampton & Richmond v Dag & Red, R1, 15:00
Harrogate Railway v Droylsden, R1, 15:00
Horsham v Maidenhead Utd, R1, 15:00
Leyton Orient v Bristol Rovers, R1, 15:00
Lincoln City v Nottm Forest, R1, 15:00
Luton v Brentford, R1, 15:00
Mansfield v Lewes, R1, 15:00
Morecambe v Port Vale, R1, 15:00
Notts County v Histon, R1, 15:00
Oldham v Doncaster, R1, 15:00
Oxford Utd v Northwich, R1, 15:00
Peterborough v Wrexham, R1, 15:00
Rushden & D'monds v Macclesfield, R1, 15:00
Southend v Rochdale, R1, 15:00
Stockport v Staines Town, R1, 15:00
Team Bath v Chasetown, R1, 15:00
Walsall v Shrewsbury, R1, 15:00
Ware v Kidderminster, R1, 15:00
Wycombe v Swindon, R1, 15:00
York v Havant and W, R1, 15:00
The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Blackpool v Scunthorpe, 15:00
Charlton v Cardiff, 15:00
Crystal Palace v QPR, 15:00
Hull v Preston, 15:00
Ipswich v Bristol City, 15:00
Leicester v Burnley, 15:00
Plymouth v Norwich, 15:00
Sheff Wed v Southampton, 15:00
Stoke v Sheff Utd, 17:20
Watford v Colchester, 15:00
Wolverhampton v Barnsley, 15:00
Blue Square Premier
Woking v Grays Athletic, 15:00
Clydesdale Bank Premier League
Dundee Utd v Kilmarnock, 15:00
Gretna v Hibernian, 15:00
Inverness CT v Motherwell, 15:00


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 10:11 AM Reply

At 10/11/07 04:27 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote:
At 10/11/07 04:22 PM, Dead-Body-Man wrote:
I checked that in the BBS Search, This is Soccer lol.

ugh i hate that word, it should be Futebol lol


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At 11/2/07 05:09 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote:

Heres are current squad, remember you can ask to change your number & posistion now, plus you can also ask for a formation change!

oh ill join you gotta love the best game in the world


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 10:15 AM Reply

And oh yes, Since im here i might as well talk about Fifa, since its a soccer thread. So far the only team's ive seen playing to qualify for the cup are: Brazil, Mexico, U.S.A. (i think) and some southern americana team's. From judging on the America's Brazil is still top. I havent watch much soccer lately, but i'd appreciate it if any of you guy's tell me at Europe what team look's good and etc.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 11:23 AM Reply

At 11/4/07 10:15 AM, Cigolini55 wrote: And oh yes, Since im here i might as well talk about Fifa, since its a soccer thread. So far the only team's ive seen playing to qualify for the cup are: Brazil, Mexico, U.S.A. (i think) and some southern americana team's. From judging on the America's Brazil is still top. I havent watch much soccer lately, but i'd appreciate it if any of you guy's tell me at Europe what team look's good and etc.

I take it you are meaning the next world cup in South Africa, to be played in 2010. Still a long way away, plenty of time for things to change before then. Current standings in South America can be found at wikipedia (go to South America link), most other places haven't begun the qualification process, or are still in preliminary rounds to remove the worse sides. As of right now it is Argentina leading the way in South America.

As for Europe, we are still going through European Championship qualification, and the finals are next Summer. World Cup qualifying doesn't start until after that (and the groups won't be selected for quite a while yet). Current form sides are pretty much the same old suspects: Germany, Holland, Italy, Spain. The Portuguese side isn't playing too well at the moment, and neither are England (probably won't qualify for next years Euro Champs), and France aren't too sharp either having been beaten home and away by Scotland (a good outside bet for qualification to the world cup in 2010 I'd say, definitely an up and coming side). A whole bunch of other sides are in with a chance, but the draw will decide just how likely it is for them, always the chance of being in a tough group.

On a side note, Plymouth home to Norwich next week... a bit of a grudge match there as my sister lives in Norwich. Hopefully out form will have turned around a little by then (quite capable of getting a result away to Colchester I think).

And FA Cup first round next week! I'll be cheering on Team Bath (the University of Bath team that have made the first round for the second time in 5 years, having been the first in over 100 years to do so in 2002). The match is being played at Twerton Park, less than 10 minutes from where I am sitting right now, and they have a real chance against another small side, Chasetown.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 12:31 PM Reply

At 11/4/07 10:12 AM, Cigolini55 wrote: oh ill join you gotta love the best game in the world

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Okie your number is 6 (Left winger & attacker).

Sentio, Your a great attribute to this club.
Shall I make you captin?

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 02:52 PM Reply

At 11/4/07 12:31 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote:
Sentio, Your a great attribute to this club.
Shall I make you captin?

Ha, thanks, I'd love to help out with this club a bit, what with being one of the biggest football fans I know. I can't promise I'll be online too much though (see my profile for more info).

What exactly does being a captain involve?


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 02:58 PM Reply

At 11/4/07 02:52 PM, Sentio wrote:
At 11/4/07 12:31 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote: Sentio, Your a great attribute to this club.
Shall I make you captin?
Ha, thanks, I'd love to help out with this club a bit, what with being one of the biggest football fans I know. I can't promise I'll be online too much though (see my profile for more info).
What exactly does being a captain involve?

It involves a higher rank, IE: You can banne people & give them warnings.
Also it will hopefully mean that your listend to.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 03:48 PM Reply

At 11/4/07 02:55 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote: Barclays Premier League
West Ham 1-1 Bolton

shit match tbh.

i hope bolton go down


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 04:28 PM Reply

At 11/4/07 02:58 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote:
It involves a higher rank, IE: You can banne people & give them warnings.
Also it will hopefully mean that your listend to.

Sounds good to me, though I think banning people sounds a little excessive (not to mention impossible without being a mod). Happy to tell people to go away if they feel like bashing the greatest sport in the world though!

I'd kind of hope people would listen to me anyway, I've not spent the last 3 years on this site for nothing ya know!

Anyway, to respond to a few threads of conversation over the past page...

At 11/2/07 12:11 PM, KingRugger wrote: An belter of a match this weekend lads - Man U v Arsenal. Opinions? I'm torn slightly, but me thinks arsenal could run away with it.

FAlkirk v gretna in the SPL, should be an easy three points for us.

And an easy three points it turned out to be. Gretna seem totally doomed this season, Cali Thistle beat them comfortably recently as well. I don't really follow Scottish football much (what with Rangers and Celtic winning every year), but my girlfriend is an Inverness fan (what with living there and all), so I've been keeping an eye on them this year. Good to see a few other sides doing well, such as Hibs. Always nice to have a bit more competition in a division, is what is making the Prem so entertaining this season with the likes of Blackburn, Man City and Portsmouth.

At 11/2/07 06:47 PM, Kottbullar wrote: Yay! A soccer thread! :3

Soccer is like the national sport here in Germany!^^

And you're a damn site better at it than we are at the moment, though not so strong in the domestic game. No doubt Bayern will thrash Bolton this week though!

At 11/3/07 06:34 AM, Randominator wrote: i'll join

chelsea fan for over 10 years now. zola is my favourite player of all time

as for the big match today i predict 1-1. however mark lawrenson has predicted the same, so its most likely going to be a completely different result =p

Zola was class. No anti Chelsea sentiment here anyway (I'm sure you get that from enough people), loaning us Scott Sinclair last season was the difference between a relegation struggle and being comfortably mid table. Plus he got us to the quarter finals of the cup, somewhere we hadn't been in 22 years!

At 11/4/07 05:16 AM, TheRoyalEnglishman wrote: Another 0-0...

The pre-season predictions that some of the second-premier league-tier teams (ie. Blackburn, Portsmouth, possibly Everton) are going to take points off the title contenders is turning out to be correct. In our current state though, we played well and had a host of chances, especially Dirk Kuyt, which should have won us the game. The team that wins the League will be the one that can go to Blackburn and Portsmouth and win, while not dropping points at home or agains the strugglers.

Yeah, the second tier sides have really upped their game this season and all of them are capable of wins at any given time. As it is Man City have already topped United, and Chelsea lost to a very useful Villa side, and Blackburn could push for fourth spot this year, they are very hard to beat and have a great forward line in McCarthy and Santa Cruz this season.

Liverpool haven't done that yet. But, this week has been better for us. Wins against Everton and a second-string one against Cardiff were fine, and it was a decent performance against Blackburn. A crucial home game coming up against Besiktas though. Anything other than a win and we crash out of Europe at the first hurdle. And that leaves us with our as yet half-hearted Premier League challenge and maybe the FA Cup.

Just struggling with injuries at the moment, Alonso and Torres are key to your side. Sure when they are back things will pick right up again (assuming Benitez doesn't leave them on the bench too often...), and I think the other big sides are still due injury trouble this season, every team has a bad spell every year. Arsenal in particular could really struggle if they lose a couple of players (Fabregas in particular).

But still, there's always the League Cup!

True, got to go to Chelsea first though, but then you've had their number for a few years now in cup competition. Rooting for the second tier sides in that as it's one thing they have a good chance of winning- would be great to see a Blackburn or City lift some silverware.

At 11/4/07 03:48 PM, Randominator wrote:
At 11/4/07 02:55 PM, GOTHCLAWZ wrote: Barclays Premier League
West Ham 1-1 Bolton
shit match tbh.

i hope bolton go down

They really look bad this season, and I don't see how they are going to dig themselves out as things stand. Just shows how much Big Sam did for them while he was there. They need Nolan to find his form, and Anelka to hit 20+ goals this year to stand any chance.

The good news for them is Derby look even worse (and are totally doomed), and there are a bunch of other sides just as bad as them- Fulham, Reading, Middlesborough, and Birmingham and Sunderland aren't looking too great either. Would like to see Reading survive as they are a good team to watch, and it's always nice to see sides coming up stick around (gives hope to those of us supporting smaller sides in the Championship!), but Fulham have been living dangerously for years and I'd like to see them go down. Middlesborough desperately need to sort themselves out, I can't believe they have sunk so far after getting to the UEFA cup final.


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 04:29 PM Reply

Oh yes dd anyone saw liverpool play yesterday? their was a livegame befor that Newcastle-Portmouth i think they won 4-1, i wanted to c liverpool beat the craep out of black...curses! i forgot the team name. Ah well


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 05:12 PM Reply

A bad day for Town away at Rotherham. Still I suppose 2-1 away is a except able score.

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 06:02 PM Reply

At 11/4/07 05:12 PM, RedGlare wrote: A bad day for Town away at Rotherham. Still I suppose 2-1 away is a except able score.

2-1 is always a acceptable score, as long they didnt allow them to score anymore, though Town could have done better


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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 06:09 PM Reply

I'm happy with my placement so you can stop Pming me about it. Also i propose we outlaw the reffering of FOOTBALL as soccer.

I also demand that Grimsby Town be emboldened when a match score is displayed.

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Response to Newgrounds Football Club - Ngfc Nov. 4th, 2007 @ 06:24 PM Reply

Well tommorow Manchester City entertain Roy Keane's Sunderland. I'll be there. Should be a really good match and i'm going for a 3-1 Man City win, which brings us back to 3rd spot.

Looking at Citys next couple of games :=

Sunderland H
Portsmouth A
Reading H
Wigan A
Tottenham A
Bolton H
Aston Villa A
Blackburn H
Liverpool A

there all winnable. Expecting the odd slip up We could come out of those games with 23-27.

Leaving us going into the New Year close to 50 pts (which should be enough to keep a top 4 spot) and with 18 games still left to play.

This could be a very interesting season for City if things go our way.


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