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  1. Your posts are tedious. School holidays will be over soon.
  2. I'm sure you said you were an Albion supporter. Ezequiel Schelotto is nicknamed the greyhound who is a right back
  3. Ezequiel Schelotto is the Greyhound a full back not Izquierdo our record signing.
  4. Re: Championship > October 6 Derby DNB Even Money Skybet I'm the first to back my side Brighton but for this trip to Pride Park I believe will be a struggle. The last two home games have produced 1 point out of a possible 6 losing to B'ham 0-1 and drawing with Ipswich 1-1 after a late equaliser. In that 180 mins of home football we failed to produce very little and look very light up front with the absence of Craig Mackail-Smith. He is again missing tom with a hamstring injury and the only positive is that Bruno is fit for selection again who has probably been our best player along with CMS at right back. He gives us alot of options going forward but with the likley hood of Dobbie playing loan striker I can't see us scoring. Although this season I believe we will fair better away this season as home sides with force forward allowing the Albion to play there free flowing football which we have come acustomed to seeing under Poyet. At home this year if we fall behind we will struggle as teams will put 10 men behind the ball. Tom with confidence taking a bit of a dip I fancy Derby to win outright but will tip up the DNB based on my above comments that I believe Brighton will play better away but the missing CMS is a big factor and Crofts also still on the sidelines.
  5. Re: Midweek > Championship > 2-3 October Derby DNB Even Money SkyBet I'm the first to back my side Brighton but for this trip to Pride Park I believe will be a struggle. The last two home games have produced 1 point out of a possible 6 losing to B'ham 0-1 and drawing with Ipswich 1-1 after a late equaliser. In that 180 mins of home football we failed to produce very little and look very light up front with the absence of Craig Mackail-Smith. He is again missing tom with a hamstring injury and the only positive is that Bruno is fit for selection again who has probably been our best player along with CMS at right back. He gives us alot of options going forward but with the likley hood of Dobbie playing loan striker I can't see us scoring. Although this season I believe we will fair better away this season as home sides with force forward allowing the Albion to play there free flowing football which we have come acustomed to seeing under Poyet. At home this year if we fall behind we will struggle as teams will put 10 men behind the ball. Tom with confidence taking a bit of a dip I fancy Derby to win outright but will tip up the DNB based on my above comments that I believe Brighton will play better away but the missing CMS is a big factor and Crofts also still on the sidelines.
  6. Re: Championship > September 22-24 For me Brighton look good value at 7/4 and I cant see them going off at that price come the weekend. Winning there last 4 games, at home to Barnsley 5-1 & Sheff Wed 3-0 and away wins at both Burnley 3-1 and last night at Watford 1-0. Gus this season has alot more options and in my opinion the best two full backs in the league and a solid looking midfield and a big change in form and confidence of Craig Mackail-Smith with 6 goals in the last four games. Millwall on the other hand have lost 4 of their opening 6 games scoring 8 and conceding the most in the Championship of 13 goals. Brighton have goals in them and cannot see them not scoring on Sat. Like I said 7/4 in my opinion is good value and I will be taking that price.
  7. Re: England/Scotland > Midweek L1 & All Cups - Jan 17/18 ull strength? What's this then? Craig Mackail-Smith starts for Brighton after he suffered a nasty eye injury against Bristol City on Saturday. Will Hoskins, has a knee problem and misses out. Teenage forward Jake Forster-Caskey, who scored Albion's goal in the 1-1 draw with the Dragons last Saturday, also misses out with a dead leg. Ryan Harley was ruled out against City through illness, fellow wingers Kazenga LuaLua and Craig Noone and full-backs Marcos Painter and Mauricio Taricco are all out, while Gordon Greer is banned Or they are not important players.... __________________ Fair commnet but Hoskins is playing! CMS only has a black eye which wont effect his fitness. It is the first time this season we have seen CMS Hoskins and Buckley all start together since we signed them pre season for over 5 million. Ryan Harley is not a first team starter now and if you ask most Albion supporters Painter is no better than Vincelot. Taricco although still quality very rarely lasts 90mins anyhow and Grant Hall has had a couple of outstanding displays of late and is highly rated by Poyet. As for Lua Lua and noone. Only one of those would have been starting with Buckley back to full fitness on the wing. All in all a very strong side but who knows in the fa cup. I base my comments on seeing all home games this season and a number of away games. Appreciate Greer is missing but Dunk is back from a 2 game suspension.
  8. Re: England/Scotland > Midweek L1 & All Cups - Jan 17/18 Brighton playing full strength side only change from Sat's 2-0 win against Bristol City is Hall for El Abd who is more than capable. The extra 24hrs delay in kick off has allowed Hoskins and CMS to recover and they flew up yesterday. Very strong side and should be too much for Wrexham. The pitch however could be a leveller but all Albion supporters would expect a win with that line up. I was tempted in the 4/1 on minus 1 on the Albion but will stay with just the outright of 7/5 which is available pretty much everywhere. 7/5 great value against non league even taking Wrexhams form into account
  9. Re: Speedway 2008 Absolutley but I think Lee will take 5 rides which hopefully should see him home
  10. Re: Speedway 2008 I like the 8/11 on off from skybet for Richardson to score over 7.5 - bet365 have hime at evens to score over 8. Just think that Lee has started off well this year, is sounding very positive in his interviews and has ridden for Peterborough before. I think this meeting will be very tight and for Eastbourne to get close they need Harris to ride well
  11. Re: Speedway 2008 Agree Marron, apologies for some reason I thought you had tipped up Pederson. Good luck with the bets
  12. Re: Speedway 2008 Just for info - Watt scored 9 from 6 rides at Belle Vue last year and Pedersen scored 11 from 5 rides last term if that helps.
  13. Re: Speedway 2008 I think 9/4 is way to skinny with a long season ahead and it has not helped that Adam Skornici broke his wrist last night and is out for 6 weeks. Poole will find it difficult over the coming months as Skornici was scoring well above his average and will be a big loss. The problem they have now is only Zabik and the reserves can take his rides, so if your going to back Poole I can only see this price drifting over the next 6 weeks, then get on them as I'm sure they will make the play offs. My tip would be Eastbourne at 7/1 as I think they are value with a strong top two in Nicholls and Richardson and with the likes of Kennet backing them up, I can only see Woodwood and Bridger improving there averages. At 7/1 I think that is a good price and I'm sure they can make the play offs. I've had my fingers burnt too often in betting on the Elite League winners as its very easy for teams to suffer big injuries. Anyway good luck :ok
  14. Re: Speedway World Cup Final - tonight Totall agree Andy, I took the Danes before heat 2 after the aussies had qualified and took 15/8 thinking it was great value. I think it could go either way, all will depend on Niels kristian Iverson and Travis Mcgowen, thats where I think the difference will be in winning it. I do think the Aussies have the slight edge but no way should be best price 4/6