The Industrial Groove Machine make it two on the trot with another dominant display. Can The Eleven Imaginary Boys reclaim the form that saw their last winning streak?
The Costa conundrum threw a few last week & the Sanchez scenario further forced last minute team rethinks for key strikers & Alice band assignments. But despite all the eleventh hour reshuffling, overall scores were pretty healthy Well this week, in case you noticed the draft had gone, the transfer window is now firmly closed. Dum Dum Dum!! A couple of big derbies this weekend could prove hard ones to call. Sturridge is back in action & Sterling has reduced his shots to shots on-target shots ratio to 8:1 now. So perhaps a couple of players to watch. Press conferences have been happening all day & more tomorrow, so anyone counting the times the phrase "it'll be a tough game" gets used has their work cut out for them.
To summarise last week's scores:
Industrial Groove Machine 638 - 571 Eleven Imaginary Boys
GW23 differential: +67 The Sisters
Overall differential: +290 The Sisters
The Yellow Jersey stayed put once again with FC Bennweg-Zeis 1921. Let's hope Johnny Rev 7.0 can wash those curry stains out just in case
The Big Shout Out went to iesus' Meteora Heartland FC for a colossal 83 points
The command centre shed has been buzzing & pitch has been inspected. I spent the afternoon bashing the mole hills flat with a shovel & spraying them green so they look okay on telly. The Stadium of Faith is ready to welcome our dodgy darkling friends & we'll be using black leather jackets for goal posts this weekend.
So come one. Come all & welcome to Game Week 24. Pies, programs & popcorn available from the usual outlets.
Post by Nikolas Vitus Lagartija on Feb 5, 2015 22:56:42 GMT 1
Here's hoping this weekend's games are more exciting than Transfer Deadline Day. No wonder Harry resigned the day after. Some more unpredictable games this weekend so probably a lower scoring round with a few surprises ?