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 Predictor Leagues - the social football predictions game.  

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

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December 1, 2017

In a World Cup group destined to end up as a statistical curiosity, (the natural raw material for panel shows and pub quizzes), the chaotic appeal of football shines through. Ray Houghton’s goal for Ireland against Italy in USA’94 was a thing of beauty.

The Ireland side...

November 29, 2017

It’s hard to imagine any international football manager envying Sam Allardyce but, given Italy’s fate, Giampiero Ventura might just be one. After receiving a two year contract, Big Sam lasted just 67 days (and wags still delight in reminding all that he achieved a 100%...

November 23, 2017

Goal celebrations are less the cherry-on-top than the soggy bottom of the modern game. Less and less do we see the traditional wheeling off, ideally towards your own fans, elated. These runs usually end in a bit of a group hug (memorably parodied by Harry Enfield in hi...

November 22, 2017

This goal really is something special but not for the team-play, passing vision or execution of the shot. It is special for the story that comes with it, a story so bizarre that all fans will remember it and then silently wonder how far they are off doing something so...

November 18, 2017

The international break meant slim pickings for our pun writers. Instead of having an entire league or two to play with they were restricted to only those people and issues in around the national sides. This was a tough challenge but there was a clear winner in the bad...

November 17, 2017

Before Stan Collymore became a radio talk-show host (and tabloid fodder for all sorts of things that are nothing to do with football) he was an exciting young forward who inspired Liverpool to pay a (then) astonishing fee of £8.5 million for him. He had a couple of goo...

November 16, 2017

So… that’s the top dog and the leading pack taken care of - what about the stragglers?

The difficulty in predicting those for the drop is that at least one crucial element within this dynamic will likely change: the manager. Surveying the current bottom three at the tim...

November 10, 2017

Tales of Lewis Hamilton’s totally legal tax affairs was legitimately classed as financial rather than sporting news and so diverted from the back to the front pages. It meant sport-loving readers avoided the sight Hamilton conspicuously failing to look like a gangsta-r...

November 9, 2017

As I write in November 2017 it’s a strange UK I inhabit. Somewhere in the back of my mind I’m aware that for decades to come political science students will write essays about this period; future play-writes set comedies or tragedies (dependent on your and their perspe...

November 4, 2017

We’ve come a long way from ‘Phew! What a scorcher.’ There was a time when headline writers trading in amusing pun-filled headlines could bring a smile to the face while, most importantly, catching your eye and eventually drawing you into the story underneath.

Maybe it’s...

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