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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?


January 10, 2018

Many writers, including myself, have lamented that this coming World Cup will be without Italy and the Netherlands. This is par for the course; there is usually a big name absent from international football’s quadrennial jamboree and, along with that, there are always...

January 2, 2018

Football has long since colonised the weird limbo between Christmas and New Year with matches popping up at all times and often on successive days. With this embarrassment of material, I can only attribute holiday hangovers to the lacklustre punning our back pages have...

December 29, 2017

I admit it; I am a fan of the transfer window. Yes, the usual suspects can’t help themselves whipping it up into a froth of speculation and wishful thinking around deadline day (a concept unknown when I was a kid). But, by and large, it has done the job it was intended...

December 20, 2017

The football documentary has become a staple in the Christmas stocking-filler market. If you know a supporter’s team, one of these is surer to please than a comedy DVD (there’s a big difference between Roy 'Chubby' Brown and Sofie Hagen) and already this year we have h...

December 19, 2017

The fall-out from the Manchester derby produced this week’s storm in a teacup. Lukaku brought the milk and then seemed to go into a sulk about people noticing how little else he had brought to United’s recent performances. The Sun was there to take advantage, making us...

December 14, 2017

Old heads often complain that the footballing world frequently acts as though there was no football before the Premier League. In my head I often hear myself saying that there was also a Ronaldo before Ronaldo. Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima not only played for Real Madr...

December 13, 2017

The Manchester and Liverpool derbies on Sunday sucked most of the air out of the footballing news but The Mirror did manage to sneak in one headline of note before succumbing. Over the image of an upside-down Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang they ran with 'Come On Auba To Our...

December 12, 2017

They call it 'duel screening'. Let me rephrase that; marketeers taking a leaf from the digital book of socially challenged Californians who began to refer to sitting in front of a web-connected computer as ‘surfing’, call it duel screening. It is the love-child of Twit...

December 7, 2017

Thanks to clashes with The Ashes currently taking place down under and the Rugby World Cup, football headline writers were having to fight for space on the back pages. Those at the Daily Express seemed most rattled, drafting in Maradona to help maintain their dominance...

December 6, 2017

Seeing as the tournament is taking place on their manor and that English supporters will be outnumbered a thousand to one, Russian thugs may resist the urge to strap GoPros to themselves and attack them à la Euro 2016. After all the usual cover story of both sides kick...

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