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waynecoyne last won the day on May 14 2019

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  1. Hi @StevieDay1983i'm reasonably happy with that. I would have preferred Paul Cook but any manager/coach will struggle dealing with our meglamaniac clown of a chairman.
  2. Hi @StevieDay1983 Brentford have alot of injuries : Toney, Forrss, Marcondes, Rico Henry, Dasilva struggling with a thigh injury and have lost the last 3 so i wouldn't be rushing to back them at odds on. We are however talking about a very well run club and at the other end of the spectrum an utter shambles. Normally i'd expect a 3 or 4 goal win for Brentford but i think it will be close and wednesday are probably the value but i won't be getting involved
  3. Hi @StevieDay1983 The swansea game didn't go ahead because the boiler for the undersoil heating is broken apparently. How pathetic, the club deserves a punishment for this. My boss is a stoke fan and he is very downbeat about them in fact he thinks they could get drawn into a relegation battle. They are 11 points clear at present i think. Based on his views i backed them at 150/1 with b365 to be relegated. I won't be betting on the game- i'm trying to bet less as i have less money at the moment.
  4. hi @StevieDay1983Wednesday are on a good run under the caretaker manager. I noticed swansea played a weakened team last night so obvious where their priorities lie. Thompson says there are alot of tired legs in the squad. I hope we can get something from the game but won't be betting on it.
  5. Chorley v Wolves In the hope that Wolves put out a reserve team and that playing conditions are difficult i will risk a small bet on Chorley at 28/1 (betfair exchange).
  6. Hi @StevieDay1983 while we have won our last 3 games under the caretaker manager we have continued to play poorly. Add to this a covid outbreak leading to 2 games being postponed i would not be optimistic. We also have a chairman who is taking his time over appointing a new manager (maybe waiting for the end of the transfer window) so he has an excuse for not signing players. We have signed free agent Andre Green but no idea if he's any good and a winger is not what we required. Happy days the sooner the chairman sells up or runs out of money the better.
  7. Hi Stevie-this is not the first time this has happened. I think that Chansiri probably doesn't have as much money as people think, or is getting to a point where he doesn't want to keep funding the losses. The whole club is a basket case and it is mainly to do with him making poor decisions. I can think of very few good decisions he has made. I'm hoping he sells up but he's already put in over £100m and has an unrealistic view of the value of the club so doubt he would find a buyer at the price he wants. I can see this all ending up in the club going into administration, but how far
  8. Sheffield Wed v Coventry i have just heard part of Tony Pulis's press conference and he said that dominic iorfa, julian borner, joost van aken and massimo luongo would not be fit for saturday. This is in addition to other injured payers: westwood, marriott, and aden flint. That list includes 4 centre halves. Wednesday are on a losing run and also the players have not been paid in full for november. In the light of this i will be backing Coventry at around 2/1
  9. stoke have apparently 10 injuries after boro were over physical with them including fletcher, clucas, obi mikel. So i would tend toward cardiff or the draw
  10. i was trying to edit the original post Stevie-i'm a bit of a fuckwit
  11. Man utd v RB Leipzig Angelino plays as a wing back for leipzig and has 2 in 5 in the league and 2 in 2 in the champions league. Last week he scored both goals in the champions league and prior to that he scored the first goal in a league game. I will try him as first goalscorer at 20/1 B365
  12. Chelsea v Liverpool There should be goals here. Virgil van dijk scored last week and went close to getting a second. Chelsea are often vulnerable aerially and van dijk will be a threat at set pieces. Bet: buy van dijk goal minutes at 6 (sporting/spreadex)
  13. skybet have a market called relegation treble which i will have a dart at: aston villa/ west brom/ fulham look the most obvious candidates to me at 20/1 villa only just stayed up last year and i can't see dean smith reverting to a different way of playing plus their recruitment was shocking fulham were so bad 2 years ago and the manager is inexperienced west brom just don't look that good a team to me other candidates like palace, brighton, sheff utd, burnley, newcastle should have enough though if sean dyche left burnley they would struggle i think
  14. Timo werner scored 28 goals last year in the bundesliga and looks likely to be chelsea's main striker. Chelsea also appear to be recruiting well with ziyech coming in and havertz rumoured. William hill's 14/1 looks a little too high to me so i'll have some of that (top premier league goalscorer market)
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