Saturday, October 27, 2007

Beer Fund Raising : 27 - 28 Oct 2007

We have officially crossed the halfway mark of the Round 1 of the ECL and at this point we already have teams whose qualification to the next round is just a mere formality barring any freak accident ahead.

This weekend is all about the managers. First on the news was Martin Jol who finally lost his job after the UEFA Cup defeat by Getafe. Sevilla boss, Ramos, is slated to join Spurs (much to the disappointment of Gus Poyet) as the replacement which means Sevilla will also be facing a change at the top. Steve Bruce will be meeting Carson Yeung, the ex-ManUtd defender's prospective new owner, to decide his fate at Birmingham this weekend.

Megson, Sammy Lee's replacement, may not be good enough as Bolton's new manager and the only real reason why Lee looked so bad previously, was because Sam Allardyce was THAT GOOD.

Republic of Ireland boss Steve Staunton is also out of a job this week and given the high turnover rate of managers, I won't be surprised if he finds another job soon.

Speaking of Eire, Roy Keane for the Republic of Ireland national squad? Well, if the team stays at 8 points till the rest of the year, perhaps it's time to start sending resume for the Fiery Irish.

The Wanker Points Index has stayed at 8 points for the 4th week running and I think perhaps this would be the week to start moving again as the Black Cats hosts Fulham at the Stadium of Light.

Also, hopefully, Keane ties a better tie today.

Click here to find out how the Wanker Points Index came about.

Saturday's Picks:
  • Manchester United - Give 1.75 ball (Win)
Sunday's Picks:
  • Arsenal - Eat 0.25 ball (Win 1/2)

  • Barcelona - Give 1.75 ball (Win 1/2)


Result This Week : 2-0-0

Result This Season: 24.5 - 5 - 17.5 = 7-UP as at 28 Oct 2007

Disclaimer: This is merely to log my own results. You are welcome to follow if you like but I must warn you that you bear your own winnings or losses, whatever the outcome. I have nothing to do with your bets. Please bet responsibly and within your means. There is no absolute sure thing in football betting. If you can't afford to lose, then don't bet.


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