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  1. Fantasy Premier League 2016/17

    The league has been renewed. If you played last year you'll automatically be entered. If you want the code to join, then PM me. Thanks
  2. rlb999

    New player/manager behaviour rules

    Finally a sensible rule change from the FA. http://www.premierleague.com/news/65240
  3. amsemp

    £25m for Troy Deeney?!

    Watford have now turned down a £25m bid from Leicester for Troy Deeney. He seriously isn't worth more than that, is he? If Shane Long went for £12m, I don't see Deeney being worth any more than about £15m personally. The Premier League has gone mad with its 'English tax' on homegrown players.
  4. LennySUFC

    Breaking News Changes agreed for the EFL Trophy

    EFL Clubs have agreed, at their 2016 summer conference, to pilot a new format for the EFL Trophy as part of their ongoing commitment to creating more and better home grown players. The one season trial for season 2016/17 will include 64 teams made up of EFL League One and Two clubs, plus an...
  5. yogi bear up the cagire

    Jack Payne

    According to FB this morning, he's agreed terms with Huddersfield...........bye bye.
  6. davewebbsbrain

    Premier League Bet

    Just seen an offer on Sky bet on every Premier League game next season that involves either Man Utd or Man City producing more than 0.5 goals each game @ 80/1 Now I think they are really generous odds. Both teams have new managers that will give them a real boost. I can see this bet coming off...
  7. Dates for Next Season ......

    ...... are now confirmed: *closing date of round +week commencing July 2016 Tue 5 Jul UEFA Champions League 1Q(2) Wed 6 Jul UEFA Champions League 1Q(2) Thu 7 Jul UEFA Europa League 1Q(2) Sun 10 Jul UEFA Euro 2016 Final Tue 12 Jul UEFA Champions League 2Q(1) Wed 13 Jul UEFA Champions League...
  8. Mr Plow

    Premier League reveals payments made to clubs for 2015/16

    http://backpagefootball.com/premier-league-reveals-payments-made-clubs-201516/108411/ £172 Million in parachute payments shared between 10 clubs last season, £10.5m of that went to Wigan. :stunned:
  9. Tangled up in Blue

    Sunderland avoid the drop:Newcastle down

    https://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/may/11/sunderland-everton-premier-league-match-report Congratulations to Sunderland on avoiding the drop. Anything that sends Newcastle down has to be good news. Though I feel a little sorry about Norwich's relegation
  10. Greetings from Bratfud

    Hi there. I'm an Essex native - born at Orsett Hospital and lived in Grays - who went to Bradford University, aged 24, in 1980 and never came back. I actively followed West Ham through the 70s and I'm still an armchair Hammer, so I guess I'm due some stick on this board from more than one...
  11. Premier League trying it on, again.

    Having managed to head off the Premier League's attempt to get their U21 teams inserted into the football pyramid with the League 3 proposal it now appears we have another fight on our hands as, having failed on one score, they're now trying to get in on another. The Prem has come up with a nice...
  12. Ref Watch .... Rochdale A

    The last time we played at Spotland was also on Good Friday two years ago. That went rather well (we won 3-0) and they are doing their best to recreate that happy event by sending the same referee ! The man in charge once again will be PE teacher Jeremy Simpson from Carnforth in Lancashire...
  13. Tangled up in Blue

    Premier League clubs in Europe

    http://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/mar/17/premier-league-couch-potato-european-stage Thought this was a good article on the failings of Premiership clubs in Europe.
  14. manor15

    Stephen Hendrie

    Scored an extra time winner for West Ham's u21s to help them to the u21 Premier League final with victory over Liverpool. Must be frustrating for him to be back playing reserves football again.
  15. News from SNN

    BREAKING NEWS - A group of unhappy Southend United supporters are 'on the verge' of launching a breakaway team called FC United of Southend. According to their spokesperson Barold Fairweather: 'People think we are disloyal for booing at home and away games recently, but the reality is that with...
  16. Phil looking to sign another centre back

    CP just tweeted: "Phil Brown keen to sign another centre-back. Has a short-list of three. All play for Premier League under 21 teams."
  17. Chalky

    Latest Rumours New signing??

    Phil Brown has revealed in the echo he hopes to sign a attack minded youngster on loan from a premier league club. I do know that Phil was at the Leicester u21 game the other night? Right, I will start the rumours. Chris Phillips has just started following West Ham Youngster Joe Powell on...
  18. DoDTS

    No. 9 fixtures Tuesday 2nd February 2016

    9 of 13 PREDICTIONS OF THE THIRD SESSION 2015-16. 2nd February 2016 kick-off 7.45 pm The fixtures all over the place but the Shrewsbury match has been re-arranged, so I've chucked in a couple of League Two and a premier fixture to make the numbers up. Enjoy. Latest scores: Doncaster v...
  19. spoons

    Mourinho sacked, could he succeed at Southend?

    Jose had a 66% win rate in the Premier league. How would he do as Southend manager? :winking:
  20. Rootshallbloke

    Jamie Vardy

    Last weekend I praised Leicester City's season to date. Today it is the turn of Jamie Vardy as he becomes the first player to score in 11 consecutive Premier League matches. That is one heck of an achievement and it makes you wonder if it will ever be beaten.