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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?


April 26, 2018

This is a wonderful goal to watch but it is more than that. When I watch it I can’t help but feel that it sums up the second half of Arsene Wenger’s time at Arsenal.

The Gunners are in Europe (something 90% of professional teams on this continent can only dream of) but...

April 3, 2018

Yes I attended once more. It stands yet, modest in its achievement.

Never was it a mountain for gods only a hill built for champions.

But a clamorous world despises restraint and sees pleasure without profit as indecent.

So forces beyond this congregation's means to oppos...

March 22, 2018

Not everyone can be as lucky as Newcastle United Football Club supporters. This may be a line some in the Toon Army feel they want to go back and read again but I mean it. Newcastle fans may have an owner they dislike who is trying to sell the club and a world class ma...

March 20, 2018

My playing days are well behind me. It is not a loss that keeps me up a night but I did find myself casting back to them as I stared out of the window during that cold snap at the end of February. It was snowing and snow can make the roughest old park or rundown street...

March 16, 2018

The Galáctico Era at Real Madrid was something truly extraordinary to behold. Effectively the best club in the world decided that it was above archaic footballing conventions like defending or having a manager and instead would focus on simply collecting the biggest at...

March 14, 2018

So there I was minding my own business and not even thinking about football when who should pop up on the TV but David Ginola in a strange B-movie war film called The Last Drop. To be fair while he didn’t say much he did okay striding around in fatigues and looking a t...

March 2, 2018

The issue of the second club is a prickly one among football watchers because, as poets and Jeremy Kyle viewers have asked through the ages, can you really love more than one? Among football lovers such ‘away from home’ fondness is often categorised as disloyalty but I...

March 1, 2018

Football is such a wonderfully fluid thing it can throw up a fascinating new debate each week but two big questions remain from season to season. Who is going to win the league and who is going to lose so badly they tumble out of it? Another question, in some ways a fu...

February 21, 2018

Statistical analysis has, of course, always been with us but it really took off with the birth of the Premier League as one of Sky Sports’ shiny new value-added extras to be presented to viewers along with ever more intrusive camera positions, touch screen video tables...

February 20, 2018

When considering advertising in football there are a handful of events that stand out. One is Hibernian signing the first shirt sponsorship deal for a top-tier club before the 77/78 season and the disquiet it caused. It was such a shock to the footballing world within...

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