waynecoyne

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  1. Championship Predictions > Aug 21st & 22nd

    As I said before stevie I think millwall will beat Wednesday in midweek, they are everything we are not. Apparently Bannan at one point shouted what do we do to the manager who promptly stared at the ground. He is promoting too many youth players who are not getting help from the senior pros. I wonder if the way westwood has been frozen out is affecting morale. They have tried to force him out and he is no3 keeper behind two youngsters, but wasn't even on the bench in the cup. I suspect he is not being played so as not to trigger some sort of bonus. There were rumours last season of this sort of thing going on with all our 'injured players'. We could easily lose the next two and the fans will start to turn. The blame lies with the clueless owner who listens to no-one but his advisor who is a football agent and his attitude to supporters is if you don't like it stay away. Rant over: millwall at 6/4 is the selection
  2. Championship Predictions > Aug 21st & 22nd

    i don't support derby tiffy but think they are too short at home midweek -around 8/11 and have been generally disappointing
  3. Championship Predictions > Aug 21st & 22nd

    i know this is the wrong place but i'm getting on Ipswich at 3/1 to win at sheff wed as I think it will shorten after we have lost to milwall . The club is in a state and there are rumours that forestieri is off. Onwards and downwards-anyway I shouldn't be too upset the chairman thinks we will go up.
  4. The club has officially announced that the embargo has been lifted-without ever officially admitting (until pressed) that we were under embargo. They knew about this in April but said nothing so as not to affect season ticket sales. They even issued a bizarre survey asking fans if they preferred high prices and continued investment or low prices and the promotion of youth players. Hereby justifying the high prices knowing full well that they couldn't invest in players. I suppose you had the same sort of set up with your owner initially (strange decisions based on ego and lack of empathy).
  5. 2018 Great St.Wilfrid Handicap - Tips & Trends

    I like ice age in the main race won 3 races last year on softened ground in august and september saver on teruntum star
  6. matt penney on at left back its his debut he has a sweet left foot and a penchant for long range goals I will buy his goal minutes at 2 probably restricted to free kicks
  7. I don't think we played to his strengths, but he does seem to have dropped off-he didn't play much whilst at boro, and his game is pretty one dimensional-if hes not scoring he doesn't offer much else. I think at boro and Wednesday the owner bought him and neither karanka nor carvahal wanted him which doesn't help.
  8. there is an interesting article on sportinglife: https://www.sportinglife.com/football/news/thursdays-carabao-cup-betting-tips/151213
  9. I have a potentially interesting player goal minutes play but will need to see if selected first.
  10. I agree Stevie we are a shambles. The owner has peed off the fans with any number of own goals. He says we will be in big trouble if we don't get promoted. This illustrates the delusion of the man. We have more chance of going down. We have breached ffp rules and are probably around 10m over so the only solution is to sell our best players but everyone will know we are desperate and offer low fees.
  11. I messed up badly here. I suppose the lesson is wait for team news. look for championship teams who change 10 or 11 players.
  12. i have picked wigan and peterborough. Peterborough are in good scoring form (won 4-1 away to rochdale at weekend) and qpr out of form. Steve evans is also the sort of character who will love beating a higher rated opponent. Paul Warne has said he is not setting out not to win but will make changes. Wigan had a good run last year and have a top manager imo. Bets: sell time of second peterborough goal @ 78 (sporting index/spreadex) sell time of second wigan goal @ 77 (same firms) double wigan and peterborough at 2/1 and 13/5 (bet 365)
  13. i was just using them as examples Kenton. What i'm looking for is overachieving underdogs-i'm considering peterboro and luton
  14. i'd forgotten about this -cheers anybody know of managers who traditionally field weakened teams in this competition (like Warnock, McCarthy) i'm wondering what steve bruce's attitude will be