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 Predictor Leagues - the social football predictions game.  

Social - because like most games - it's best when played with others!

If you are an intelligent energetic organiser, the type of person who likes to actually do things . . . not just talk about them,  you should be a Predictor Leagues League Manager: Create your own Predictor League  invite your network into your League and raise money for your club, your charity or even yourself.  Weekly prizes are available to the best predictor and a Jackpot is won for outstanding prediction performance, League Managers can take a weekly fee. You can set up a Predictor League and start playing in less than a minute . . . what are you waiting for?

 

August 15, 2019

Hands up. Roberto Carlos’ absurd 1997 free kick during the Tournoi de France is one of the more predictable choices for a column with the title this one has. The tournament was essentially a dry-run for France’s hosting of the World Cup and not very meaningful which is...

August 12, 2019

How do I invite players into my Predictor League by Social Media?
 
In addition to e-mail you can invite players into your Predictor League by WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, etc. and by SMS Text message!
 
1, To invite Players into your League by Social Media – you need...

September 29, 2018

The build up to the Nigeria verses Argentina in World Cup 2018 had been tricky for both sides. Argentina, a two-time champion and one-time football superpower had drawn with stubborn minnows Iceland and been thrashed by Croatia. Nigeria, once believed to be ‘Africa’s m...

August 10, 2018

A weird thing happened on deadline day (itself something of a forced construct) prior to the start of the EPL 2018/2019 season. Various verse-inclined wags started quoting Philip Larkin and matching lines from his poems to the mood of stories of the day on Twitter. As...

August 6, 2018

Much was written and many players and managers praised and condemned during Russia 2018 but it will surprise none that the most discussed player on Twitter at the tournament was one Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior.

Neymar Jr. himself would probably be satisfied with that...

June 13, 2018

Body, we need to talk.

As you know we are in this together: you take care of me and I take care of you and that is how it should be. In fact we shouldn’t even be having this conversation. Neither of us really believe in Cartesian materialism but it is hard to know how e...

May 18, 2018

I am going to be generous and assume Arsenal supporters have stopped crying into their pints at the sight of Harry Kane. Take heart Gooners, you are hardly the first club to let a future superstar slip through your fingers. The goal-machine that was Raúl was also an At...

May 16, 2018

I read a rather unkind tweet a few months back which suggested that over the last decade or so Sam Allardyce, David Moyes, Alan Pardew and Tony Pulis had, basically, just been swapping jobs. Jokes as we know work with archetypes and Twitter humour restricted as it is t...

May 7, 2018

As the season winds down into something of a procession at the summits of the two top English leagues and another runaway success for Celtic up in Scotland I have made a conscious effort to expand my footballing horizons. This season like most promises the wonderful ba...

April 27, 2018

Am I the only one who found it fascinating that the North/South divide in England is apparently so obvious that foreign footballers comment on it? Romelu Lukaku, of course, has been playing in the Premier League long enough to have had time to look around. His first be...

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