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Betnod free cash football comp 2016/17 wc 12/05/17 week 40

Discussion in 'BETNOD FREE CASH FOOTBALL COMP FOR SEASON 2016-17' started by Punter, May 9, 2017.

  1. Punter

    Punter Moderator

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    Week 39 table:

    1. Howson 131.85
    2. Slick 131.55
    3. Traeth 119.99
    4. Newman 114.54
    5. Rcgills 113.53
    6. ODM 110.89
    7. Nawoo 107.16
    8. Kristobal 104.99
    9. Punter 103.86
    10. Kegman 100.81
    11. Winrew 86.45

    Highest weekly score: Howson 18.44 week 15

    Week 40 odds...


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    Odds from Bet365.


    Apologies, a couple of games to ignore in there that i forgot to leave out.

    Southampton v Arsenal and Bradford v Millwall.
  2. Punter

    Punter Moderator

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    West Ham @ 5.00
    Sheff Wed @ 3.00
    Aberdeen @ 5.00
    Tranmere @ 2.25
    Hamburg @ 3.50
  3. slick

    slick Administrator

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    Boro 1 @ 3.60
    Man City X @ 5.75
    West Ham X 3.80
    Bournemouth X @ 3.50
    Bradford 1 @ 2.60

    GL
  4. Kegman

    Kegman Moderator

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    Reading 5.75
    Sheff Wed 3.00
    Brechin - will post up odds later
    Man Utd 4.75
    Palace 1.95

    :beer
  5. Kegman

    Kegman Moderator

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    Brechin 5.50
    rcgills likes this.
  6. rcgills

    rcgills Moderator

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    Slick, you need to replace that Bradford pick
  7. rcgills

    rcgills Moderator

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    Bournemouth v Burnley draw @ 3.5
    Sunderland @ 4.0
    Reading @ 5.75
    Forest Green @ 3.2
    Zaragoza v Cadiz draw @ 3.1

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  8. traeth

    traeth Moderator

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    Everton v Watford draw @ 4.33
    Bournemouth @ 1.95
    Middlesbrough @ 3.60
    Crystal Palace @ 1.95
    West Ham v Liverpool draw @ 3.80
  9. slick

    slick Administrator

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    Cheers RC
  10. kristobal

    kristobal Member

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    Man City v Leicester DRAW @ 5.75
    Bournemouth v Burnley DRAW @ 3.50
    Middlesbrough @ 3.60
    Crystal Palace v Hull DRAW @ 3.60
    West Ham v Liverpool DRAW @ 3.80
  11. ONEDUNME

    ONEDUNME Administrator

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    Man city leicester x 5.75
    stoke 5.25
    west ham 5
    man utd 4.75
    reading 5.75

    Anyone smell desperation?
  12. slick

    slick Administrator

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    Spuds @ 1.70 instead of Bradford plse.
  13. slick

    slick Administrator

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    Lol, I was just about to make a remark until I saw the last line of your post.

    Always say you never know.
  14. nawoo

    nawoo Member

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    West Ham @ 5
    Koln @ 3.8
    Gladbach @ 4
    Bremen @ 2.90
    Frankfurt @ 5
  15. Howson

    Howson Active Member

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    Middlesbrough 1 @ 3.60
    West Ham X @ 3.80
    Darmstadt 1 @ 3.50
    Freiburg 1 @ 2.37
    Werder Bremen1@ 2.90
  16. newman200

    newman200 TomCat

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    FGR @ 3.20
    Reading @ 5.75
    Huddersfield v Sheff Wed [d] 3.20
    Blackpool v Luton [d] 3.25
    Carlisle v Exeter [d] 3.25
  17. winrew

    winrew GILF

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    Carlisle @ 2.37

    West Ham @ 3.80 Draw

    Boro @ 3.60

    Swansea @ 1.85

    Blackpool @ 2.40
  18. Steve_uk

    Steve_uk Well-Known Member BANNED

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    Hesitating slightly to reveal my thoughts on Chelsea's success due to an impending vitriolic response but here goes:

    Manager: Antonio Conte Italian Branislav Ivanovic Serbian

    Goalie: Thibaut Courtois Belgian Nathaniel Chalobah English

    Cesar Azpilicueta Spanish N'Golo Kante French

    David Luiz Brazilian Ruben Loftus-Cheek English

    Gary Cahill English Nemenja Matic Serbian

    Victor Moses Nigerian Cesc Fabregas Spanish

    Marcos Alonso Spanish Willian Brazilian

    John Terry English Pedro Spanish

    Kurt Zuma French Eden Hazard Belgian

    Michy Batshuayi Belgian Diego Costa Brazilian

    Azmir Begovic Bosnian Ola Aina English

    Nathan Ake Dutch

    Well done guys: five English players out of twenty-two. It's all too symptomatic of the Winner Takes All philosophy which has pervaded Anglo-Saxon capitalism for decades and which has exalted a small number to unimagined riches, condemning those at the bottom to food banks whilst the overwhelming majority are left in limbo, forever unable to emulate those at the top, though trying valiantly through the inexorable accumulation of debt. Most of these Premier League players have no rapport whatsoever with Barking and Dagenham kids, where according to the latest figures childhood obesity is now at its worst.

    I'm sorry to be the purveyor of truth in such stark terms but is it any wonder the English face a crisis of confidence in themselves, leading in many cases to the desertion of their capital city which Chelsea in days gone by so staunchly purported to represent?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21511904
  19. ONEDUNME

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    If English players were any good, they'd be in the top teams. The lack of English players in the top teams isn't the cause of the shite level of English international football, it's just a reflection of that fact that English players are not generally as good as many foreign players. If, as you say, around quarter of the squad that's won the league this season are English, I'd class that as about right.
  20. Steve_uk

    Steve_uk Well-Known Member BANNED

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    But in a post-Brexit world how many work permits do we issue to these people? In my day we had a plethora of talent which is why we won the World Cup. How many teenagers of today can even pronounce half of Chelsea players' surnames let alone be inspired by them?

    It's not just the football to be fair. We have poached doctors from Third World countries who paid a fortune training them, we have thousands of foreigners waiting at table, working as baristas, working in hotels and restaurants. Can we not invest in our own young people to bring them up to the skills of overseas workers or are we condemned to having poverty blackspots in Liverpool and West Wales which just don't exist in Germany and Scandinavia?

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