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Re: Weekend Football

by double d » 01 Oct 2017 21:07

What is the record (if PaLOLarse haven't got it) for not scoring a goal in your first x league games? And lowest goals in a season? At this rate they are looking at <10 goals and <10 points

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Re: Weekend Football

by genome » 02 Oct 2017 09:51

I think they already broke it

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Re: Weekend Football

by Sanguine » 05 Oct 2017 16:11

genome I think they already broke it


Yeah, can't find it but I think the record was 5, previously.

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Re: Weekend Football

by John Smith » 05 Oct 2017 16:20

double d What is the record (if PaLOLarse haven't got it) for not scoring a goal in your first x league games? And lowest goals in a season? At this rate they are looking at <10 goals and <10 points

Think lowest total for a season was Sunderland circa '09(?? Jon Stead era)

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Re: Weekend Football

by Platypuss » 05 Oct 2017 19:46

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double d What is the record (if PaLOLarse haven't got it) for not scoring a goal in your first x league games? And lowest goals in a season? At this rate they are looking at <10 goals and <10 points

Think lowest total for a season was Sunderland circa '09(?? Jon Stead era)


Derby got fewest goals, 20 (and points, 11 :lol: ) in the 2007-08 ( :cry: ) season.
They also conceded the most goals.

Officially the worst Prem team ever.


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Re: Weekend Football

by double d » 05 Oct 2017 21:18

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double d What is the record (if PaLOLarse haven't got it) for not scoring a goal in your first x league games? And lowest goals in a season? At this rate they are looking at <10 goals and <10 points

Think lowest total for a season was Sunderland circa '09(?? Jon Stead era)


Derby got fewest goals, 20 (and points, 11 :lol: ) in the 2007-08 ( :cry: ) season.
They also conceded the most goals.

Officially the worst Prem team ever.


I can't ever remember any team in the football league's doing as bad as that, apart from Hyde fc a few years ago where I think they got 7 points or something in the conference?

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Re: Weekend Football

by Sanguine » 06 Oct 2017 12:51

Iirc it was indeed the lowest points total in all divisions since three-points for a win was introduced.
Also the only top flight team to have been relegated in March.

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Re: Weekend Football

by John Smith » 06 Oct 2017 14:06

I remember now. It's why we always sing "worst team in history" at them

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Re: Weekend Football

by John Madejski's Wallet » 14 Oct 2017 21:37

Bloody hell Wolves look good.

I know they're now basically a Portuguese training club, but its really working for them. Lots of young, fast, hungry, technically skilled players


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Re: Weekend Football

by genome » 14 Oct 2017 23:56

Loved Troy Deeney's comments after the Arsenal game today. Refreshing honesty

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Re: Weekend Football

by genome » 14 Oct 2017 23:59

Man City's results since September

5-0
4-0
6-0
2-1
5-0
2-0
1-0
7-2

It's like they're playing FIFA on amateur

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Re: Weekend Football

by bobby1413 » 15 Oct 2017 09:32

genome Loved Troy Deeney's comments after the Arsenal game today. Refreshing honesty


Yea I thought that. Seems a down to earth guy, rather see him interviewed than 99% of the others who just say "yea obviously, we won and obviously at the end of the day we got 3 points and obviously we take each game as it comes obviously."

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Re: Weekend Football

by genome » 15 Oct 2017 14:29

A Brighton fan has taken their doormat to the game



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Re: Weekend Football

by Four Of Clubs » 15 Oct 2017 14:36

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genome Loved Troy Deeney's comments after the Arsenal game today. Refreshing honesty


Yea I thought that. Seems a down to earth guy, rather see him interviewed than 99% of the others who just say "yea obviously, we won and obviously at the end of the day we got 3 points and obviously we take each game as it comes obviously."


...and of course the interminable 'Yer Knows' ...

...though Danny Gabbidon got himself stuck in a dreadful cliche whirlpool last mid-week, talking about the Taffs v Oirish PO result
(sorry probs belongs in the Worst Pundit thread) :?

... I gave up counting but he definitely reached about 15 'they had a game plan' in a short interview on TalkSh!te.

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Re: Weekend Football

by John Smith » 18 Oct 2017 12:05

Couldn't be bothered to start a new thread for this but is there a website that holds info per team for match postponements and the dates and fixtures they were for?

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Re: Weekend Football

by Silver Fox » 21 Oct 2017 12:23

There’s very little in football that I get more rattled by than linesmen waiting for the ref, always in a worse position, to do their job for them. And this useless tw@ has cost Watford a goal by doing so

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Re: Weekend Football

by genome » 21 Oct 2017 12:35

A proper hit by Pedro, but yeah it shouldn't have stood. All we want is consistency.

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Re: Weekend Football

by Winston Biscuit » 27 Oct 2017 20:04

Most league goals by an Englishman this century:

1. Rickie Lambert - 219
2. Wayne Rooney - 201
3. Jamie Cureton - 199
4. Billy Sharp - 197

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Re: Weekend Football

by leon » 29 Oct 2017 22:13

Fcuk me David Unsworth, is he on the Steve Bruce diet?

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Re: Weekend Football

by Sanguine » 30 Oct 2017 08:49

Winston Biscuit Most league goals by an Englishman this century:

1. Rickie Lambert - 219
2. Wayne Rooney - 201
3. Jamie Cureton - 199
4. Billy Sharp - 197


ooh, good stat that - where's it from?

Hadn't realised Cureton had left Daggers. He's at Farnborough Town this season, still going at 42. :shock:

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