Well, here we are again. Back at the Stadium Of Faith where the snow has been kept off the playing surface & the half time oranges delivery order has been placed. The transfer window is still well & truly open & you're probably already seeing various players appear or change shirt colours. That, coupled with some key players getting lumps kicked off them in Asia & Africa could make choosing squads a bit more of a challenge & some of the fixtures this weekend also look a bit tricky, so Alice band allocation could prove decisive
The Eleven Imaginary Boys celebrated a healthy away win against The Industrial Groove Machine, making it two on the trot. The resulting party in the shed remains a blur & I will need to find out where to hide the collection of road cones that appeared during the course of the night. Or are they our goal post upgrades?
To recap last week's scores on the doors: Industrial Groove Machine 657 - 699 Eleven Imaginary Boys Making a GW differential of +42 The Cure as we further eat into the overall lead of +119 The Sisters.
Yellow Jersey stays at chez Johnny Rev 7.0's FC Bennweg-Zeis 1921
The Big Shout Out went to figie's high town FC for a very respectable 86 points.
Again, a terrific effort all round with some inspired team captain choices & goalies also netting sizeable scores (see what I did there?) Well played.
So, while we're all F5-ing the transfer news to see whether Messi's made his damn mind up or not, time to start getting all your ducks in a row for this weekend's clash of the titans. On your marks......get set.......g....g.....GO!
Post by Johnny Rev 7.0 on Jan 16, 2015 20:29:43 GMT 1
Thanks again to Steve for hosting.
IGM are on a serious run of spankings (which at my age I usually have to pay for ) but we'll try to give yous a game this GW. I sense FPL fatigue is seriously starting to set in, on both sides.
Fortunately, we now have our 'secret' forum on HL to bounce ideas of each other (yes, we're half a season behind you, but still 119pts ahead ), or as the newbies will claim, being dictated to.
At least we got a semi "in the wind" team member back, but one is seriously "in the wind." I think we've being playing with 9,5 the past few GWs, which probably explains our team performance.
However, newbies to this game are stranger than a Pennsylvanian Cowgirl. But I think I struck lucky because she wasn't from Transylvania with Mafia connections. I think. That would have been a serious head-fuck.
Apologises for the bad word, but it works in context.
Touches cyber-gloves with Steve, and growls all sorts of totally inane, macho comments like:
"I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your Hungarian shed down!"
Someone on this forum has had a very long week and is getting very drunk tonight and posting shite.
Apologises to anyone I may have offended in my ramble, but if you know me, it's love as always.
I think we're firing on all cylinders here Unless I fall over. The catnip has worn off & now I remember where some of the road cones came from......... figie has some smart new (The Cure in ) orange boots this week Let battle commence
I don't like Saturdays when there isn't a 12:45 kick off
I was thinking the same. I usually have a disagreement with the locals in the pub, as they always want to watch the handball or the Hungarian footy which is on at the same time as the premier league afternoon games. The early one's usually always good to go though. Thankfully the Hungarian league is on a break & there's no handball today.
True. But he is a consistent point scorer. Isn't he the highest FPL point scorer this season? I thought Swansea would put up more of a fight otherwise Costa would have got the band. Ho him Aguero tomorrow