Record Watch 2018/19

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Forbury Lion » 22 Aug 2018 10:39

CountryRoyal wrote:What’s our longest losing streak at the start of a season?
What's the record for any team? - We might be up for that along with fewest goals scored in a season, fewest clean sheets & least points

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by Lydia Dustbin » 23 Aug 2018 20:13

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by Lydia Dustbin » 23 Aug 2018 20:14

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 26 Aug 2018 07:18

13 wins
Premier League -Tottenham, Liverpool, Watford, Chelsea
Championship - none - not even dirty Leeds
League One - Peterborough (winning away again)
League Two - none at all already

Glad to see the back of Man City

106 points
Got a long wait before losing anyone
Actually, I take that back - West Ham are gone already

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 01 Sep 2018 17:07

13 wins
Premier League -Tottenham, Liverpool, Watford, Chelsea (obviously, at least one to go tomorrow)
Championship - none
League One - none
League Two - none


106 points
Got a long wait before losing anyone outside the Premier League


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Snowflake Royal » 01 Sep 2018 17:56

What's the FL lowest points record (not including poonts deductions)?

Obvs Derby have the PL which is probably lower, but they're too special to share status with the FL slummers.

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 01 Sep 2018 19:33

Snowflake Royal wrote:What's the FL lowest points record (not including poonts deductions)?

Obvs Derby have the PL which is probably lower, but they're too special to share status with the FL slummers.

It's 8 - we're still on track :roll:

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Snowflake Royal » 01 Sep 2018 21:58

Franchise FC wrote:
Snowflake Royal wrote:What's the FL lowest points record (not including poonts deductions)?

Obvs Derby have the PL which is probably lower, but they're too special to share status with the FL slummers.

It's 8 - we're still on track :roll:

EIGHT!? Who the hell got 8 (Eight) without a points deduction, in which league and when?

That's insanely low. Still 3 points for a win?

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 02 Sep 2018 10:32

Snowflake Royal wrote:
Franchise FC wrote:
Snowflake Royal wrote:What's the FL lowest points record (not including poonts deductions)?

Obvs Derby have the PL which is probably lower, but they're too special to share status with the FL slummers.

It's 8 - we're still on track :roll:

EIGHT!? Who the hell got 8 (Eight) without a points deduction, in which league and when?

That's insanely low. Still 3 points for a win?


Loughborough AND Doncaster - but under 2 points for a win.
3 points may have seen them get double figures :shock:


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 02 Sep 2018 18:02

Bye bye Tottenham

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Stranded » 03 Sep 2018 08:49

Franchise FC wrote:
Snowflake Royal wrote:
Franchise FC wrote:It's 8 - we're still on track :roll:

EIGHT!? Who the hell got 8 (Eight) without a points deduction, in which league and when?

That's insanely low. Still 3 points for a win?


Loughborough AND Doncaster - but under 2 points for a win.
3 points may have seen them get double figures :shock:


I know Doncaster once finished a season with just 20 pts under 3 for a win. Was at a time when the owner was essentially trying to run them into the ground.

Good read here: https://www.planetfootball.com/in-depth ... e-history/

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Snowflake Royal » 03 Sep 2018 09:36

Cheers. So 20 to beat then.

Currently on for 15. :evil:

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 15 Sep 2018 17:16

1s3 wins
Premier League -Chelsea, Liverpool & Watford
Championship - none
League One - none
League Two - none


106 points
Got a long wait before losing anyone outside the Premier League
Everyone from Fulham down in the PL are gone (but that's clearly no surprise as they only start with a possible 114)
Any of the (real) Football League clubs need to drop at least 32 points so not for some time yet - or at least until Birmingham have their points deduction :roll:
Notts County and Macclesfield are making a break for being first to fail - they've dropped 22 points already


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Silver Fox » 17 Sep 2018 09:42

Franchise FC wrote:1s3 wins
Premier League -Chelsea, Liverpool & Watford
Championship - none
League One - none
League Two - none


And then there were two, not even the legend Troy Deeney could keep the Hornets run going

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Stranded » 17 Sep 2018 09:52

Silver Fox wrote:
Franchise FC wrote:1s3 wins
Premier League -Chelsea, Liverpool & Watford
Championship - none
League One - none
League Two - none


And then there were two, not even the legend Troy Deeney could keep the Hornets run going


And they play each other on the 29th so likely down to 1 then at worst (expect them to beat West Ham and Soton respectively)

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Tilehurstsouthbank » 17 Sep 2018 12:30

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