Posts tagged BPL

Unpredictable Prem #7

Aston Villa 3 – 2 Manchester City Saturday 28th September 2013 Line-ups: Aston Villa Guzan Baker Vlaar Clark Bacuna El Ahmadi Sylla Delph Luna Weimann (Bowery 80) Kozák Manchester City Hart Zabaleta Nastasic Kompany Kolarov Milner Fernandinho Yaya Toure Nasri (Navas 66) Negredo Dzeko (Jovetic 74) Aston Villa, my beloved boyhood club, has undergone a […]

Unpredictable Prem #6

Norwich City 2 – 0 Manchester United Saturday 9th April 2005 Line-ups: Norwich Green Helveg Fleming Shakell Drury Stewart (Bentley 45) Francis Safri Huckerby (Jonson 86) McKenzie Ashton (Svensson 84) Manchester United Howard G. Neville Ferdinand Silvestre Heinze Kleberson (Van Nistelrooy 63) Scholes P. Neville Fortune (Rooney 45) Saha (Ronaldo 22) Smith Norwich are one […]

Game Week #14 Preview

LATE GOALS RESCUE POINTS Goals deep into the second half secured wins for Man Utd, Arsenal, Man City and Crystal Palace, draws for Spurs and Chelsea and saw Daniel  Lacey stay a nose in front of the chasing pack at the top of the TFG League. Alan Reynolds, Sue Doyle, Chris Grove and TFG’s very own […]

Game Week #13 Preview

Curse gains strength as Marshman gets Pulis the sack Team TFG are very impressed with your attempts to gain a coveted pick of the week prize. Jon Dean opted for Huddersfield to win away at Bournemouth, with Roland Marshman and Russell Davies both opting for  ‘2 wins in 21 West Brom’ to win at home to Chelsea. Tony Pulis […]

Unpredictable Prem #5

Reading 3 – 1 Liverpool Saturday 8th December 2007 Line-ups: Reading Hahnemann Murty (Cisse 90) Sonko (Bikey 81) Ingimarsson Shorey Hunt Harper Gunnarson Convey (Lita 88) Doyle Kitson Liverpool Reina Arbeloa Carragher (Hyypia 82) Hobbs Riise Gerrard (Babel 71) Mascherano Sissoko Voronin Torres (Kewell 61) Crouch There would be few people that could argue against […]

Game Week #12 Preview

GOLDEN BALLS SHINING BRIGHT Sue Doyle had Son Heung-min to thank for the 3 points that saw Spurs clinch a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace and her Golden Balls side leapfrog her rivals to sit at the top of the TFG League after 11 Game Weeks. ‘Surprise’ away wins for Bournemouth, Brighton and Burnley meant that […]