Post by eastmidswhizzkid on Apr 11, 2016 18:50:43 GMT 1
i spent all last week in bed with the mardies (drugless-douglas and utterly skint), lost track of the days and didnt switch the pooter on in time to "manage" my team. and a double GW too. saying that, i havent done too bad so far. up to 7th in our league anyway. i must say that GOD (as was) being the only thing that stops us -IGM- having the top 9 places is a poor show from the EIB. i'd feel sorry for you but pity is demeaning and i'm of the belief that if not being a loser isnt enough incentive to win then perhaps its a role youre happy with. never fear lippy-lovers! the season draws to a close and your torment is nearly over. and i'm sure that deleriously eternally happy lardy love-cat bob will give you ANOTHER fucking new album soon.
EDIT: btw, hospitality ain't what it used to be here at the stadium of faith. had to battle my way through several softwares intent on proving i was also a bot and enter my password 4 times!!!! i dont mis-enter my password that fudging many times and i dont want a nissan chelsea tractror. please can the players entrance be bounced by relevant adverts at least? ty.
There are good times, bad times and "so and so" times. I am sure there will be better days in the future but with a score of close to 100 and a few players in dream team of this week i cann't complain that it was aa bad for Meteora at least
A full program for GW33, with Palace & Everton having their own double GW saw some tense moments at both ends of the table.
Villa, despite losing to Bournemouth, were spared early relegation thanks to Palace’s first win of 2016 & Leicester’s dispatching of Sunderland, but next week could see them put to the sword at Old Trafford. Spuds demolished Untidy in a matter of six second half minutes giving sports hacks all over the country another chance to savage LVG just to shift a few units. Third placed Arsenal managed to rescue a point after throwing a two goal lead away at West Ham, who are in a desperate chase for European action next term, as are the Saints who plunged Benitez’ Toon Army perilously closer to the Championship. Guus Hiddink, who leaves Chelski at the end of the season suffered a defeat away to Swansea, despite giving the bench a bit of a break from the seemingly permanant imprint of Falcao’s backside. The Normal One’s troops were swift to brush aside with Moreno netting his first goal in forty two games & Sturridge’s pairing with Origi delivering three more killer blows. Everton, who are on a Palace-esque free-fall currently, held the lead at Watford for all of a minute as their fans unfurled home-made “Martinez out” banners. Then, as they ventured south to meet the team they’re emulating, the spoils were shared despite being down to ten men early on in the second half.
In FPL land, it was business as usual, as the IGM stormed to a 73 point victory extending their lead to 747 points overall. EIB 724 - 797 IGM
iesus’ Meteora Heartland FC march off with both the & , almost breaking the ton mark with 98 points.
The IGM claimed another win in the H2H with a 24 - 9 scoreline which pushes them 16 in front of the EIB.
Once again, the gets comfy on iesus’ Meteora Heartland FC’s head.
& so we look ahead to a mega double game week in GW34 with nine teams up twice. Could this be the week Villa say hello to the Championship? Can LGV’s mob barge their way into European contention? Or will the Hammers leapfrog them?
Moving all the gear back into the shed & I am talking Basil through the offside rule, although he seems more interested in the baby birds in the tree outside the door. The good news is it’s getting a bit packed in here as, given we haven’t celebrated a win for a while, there is a healthy stock of beverages….ahem. I might be some time.
Thanks to everyone for playing once more & now over to you Graham for GW34