Thursday, April 12, 2007


Telegraph Fantasy Football Transfer Password

This page shows the Current Telegraph Fantasy Football Transfer Password
which is printed in the paper every Wednesday for the 2006/2007 season.

The Transfer Password to 17th April is PAPER

Dont forget I will also display all weekend Man of the match results every
Monday and post the assists onTuesday.

I try to post others the day after the match.

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007


In Memory Of Neil

Due to the untimely death of a good mate last week.

There were no Posts apart from the password.

This will continue this week.


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Monday, January 22, 2007


Week 23 Points


Arsenal 2 Manchester Utd 1
Goals: van Persie, Henry, Rooney
KCs: Fabregas, Rosicky x2, Eboue, Ronaldo, Evra
Booked: Toure, Giggs, Evra, Ronaldo
MOTM: Evra

Wigan 0 Everton 2
Goals: Arteta x2
KCs: Anichebe, Neville
Booked: Yobo
MOM: Arteta


Aston Villa 2 Watford 0
Goals: Agbonlahor
Own Goal: Mahon
KCs: none
Booked: Mellberg, Davis,
MOTM: Agbonlahor

Fulham 1 Tottenham 1
Goals: Montella, Chimbonda
KCs: none
Booked: Queudrue, Brown, Dawson, Malbranque
Sent off: Helguson
MOTM: Huddlestone

Liverpool 2 Chelsea 0
Goals: Kuyt, Pennant
KCs Carragher, Crouch
Booked: Ferreira
MOTM: Riise

Manchester City 0 Blackburn 3
Goals: Pedersen x2, Derbyshire
KCs: Bentley
Booked: Dunne,Henchoz, McEveley, Emerton
MOTM: Pedersen

Middlesbrough 5 Bolton 1
Goals: Xavier, Viduka x2, Downing, Nolan
Own goal: Speed
KCs: Downing x3, Xavier, Cattermole, Davies
Booked: Boateng, Davies, Nolan, Campo
Sent off: Diouf

Newcastle 2 West Ham 2
Goals: Milner, Solano, Cole, Harewood
KCs: Solano, Boa Morte, Davenport, McCartney
Booked: Milner, Dyer, Martins, Carroll, Dailly, Ferdinand, Harewood
MOTM: Reo-Coker

Portsmouth 0 Charlton 1
Goal: Faye
KC: Hughes
Booked: Carson, Sankofa, Faye
MOTM: Faye

Reading 3 Sheffield Utd 1
Goals: Long, De La Cruz, Hunt, Nade
KCs: Sidwell, Harper, S Quinn
Booked: Sidwell, Jagielka
Sent off: Gillespie
MOTM: Hunt


FA Cup

Fulham 4 Leicester 3
Goals: McBride, Montella x2, Routledge
KCs: Radzinski, Brown
Booked: Bocanegra
MOTM: Montella

Newcastle 1 Birmingham 5
Goal: Milner
KCs: none
Booked: none
Sent off: Taylor
MOTM: McSheffrey

Tottenham 4 Cardiff 0
Goals: Lennon, Keane, Malbranque, Defoe
KCs: Zokora, Berbatov
Booked: none
MOTM: Lennon

FA Cup

Manchester City 2 Sheff Wed 1
Goals: Ireland, Vassell
KCs: Sinclair, Barton x2, Corradi
Booked: Sinclair
MOTM: Crossley

Middlesbrough 4 Hull 3
Goals: Viduka x2, Yakubu
KCs: Morrison, Downing
Booked: Xavier
MOTM: Viduka

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Friday, January 19, 2007


Weekend Fixtures

Saturday, 20 January 2007
Aston Villa v Watford, 15:00
Fulham v Tottenham, 15:00
Liverpool v Chelsea, 12:45
Man City v Blackburn, 17:15
Middlesbrough v Bolton, 15:00
Newcastle v West Ham, 15:00
Portsmouth v Charlton, 15:00
Reading v Sheff Utd, 15:00

Sunday, 21 January 2007
Arsenal v Man Utd, 16:00
Wigan v Everton, 13:30

Tuesday, 23 January 2007
Watford v Blackburn, 19:45

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Wednesday, January 17, 2007


Handy Andy

Well done to Andy Clarke manager of the flying monkeys
he breaks into the top 10 with the best score of the week!

Martin has overtaken sunny to break into the top 20 and now thinks
he is 1 point behind me instead of 150. A while to go yet my young

Some massive games this weekend with the big four meeting each other
With no liverpool defenders I'll be looking for a chelsea victory!

Here's the very latest :

The top ten

1 No Hopers (38) T=918
2 Creme de la creme Calverley II (54) T=881
3 Too good to go down IV (56) T=862
4 The Stella Drinking Clarets (42) T=856
5 The Winners (54) T=853
6 Chapman's Choppers(25) T=834
7 Martin touches carp in a dodgy way (38) T=833
8 MC's Bellamy,Henry &shevchenko in this team (37) T=797
9 Flying Monkeys IV (59) T=794
10 Still game (37) T=777

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Tuesday, January 16, 2007


Week 22 points



Everton 1 Reading 1

Goals: Johnson
Own goal: Lescott
KCs: Yobo, Anichebe, Shorey, Hunt
Booked: Cahill, Anichebe, Sonko, Hunt
MOTM: Johnson

Tottenham 2 Newcastle 3

Goals: Defoe, Berbatov, Martins, Butt
KCs: Malbranque, Sibierski, Martins
Booked: Chimbonda, Ramage, Solano, Butt
MOTM: Given


Blackburn 0 Arsenal 2

Goals: Toure, Henry
KCs: Henry, Fabregas
Booked: Neill, Savage, Mokoena, Tugay
Sent off: Gilberto Silva
MOTM: Fabregas

Bolton 0 Manchester City 0

Booked: Gardner, Tal, Dabo, Barton
MOTM: Ben Haim

Charlton 1 Middlesbrough 3

Goals: Hasselbaink, Cattermole, Arca, Yakubu
KCs: Viduka
Booked: Holland, Ambrose, Hasselbaink, Cattermole
MOTM: Cattermole

Chelsea 4 Wigan 0

Goals: Lampard, Robben, Drogba
Own goal: Kirkland
KCs: Robben, Mikel
Booked: Drogba, Cotterill, McCulloch
MOTM: Robben

Manchester Utd 3 Aston Villa 1

Goals: Park, Carrick, Ronaldo, Agbonlahor
KCs: Park, Carrick, Baros
Booked: Rooney, Barry
MOTM: Scholes

Sheffield Utd 1 Portsmouth 1

Goals: S Quinn, O'Neil
KCs: none
Booked: Primus, O'Neil
MOTM: Stead

Watford 0 Liverpool 3

Goals: Bellamy, Crouch x2
KCs: Finnan, Kuyt, Bellamy x2, Aurelio
Booked: none
MOTM: Gerrard

West Ham 3 Fulham 3

Goals: Zamora, Benayoun x2, Radzinski, McBride, Christanval
KCs: Cole, Zamora, Routledge x2, Helguson, Volz
Booked: Reo-Coker, Cole, Rosenior, Christanval, Bocanegra, Queudrue, Routledge, Helguson
MOTM: Benayoun


Reading 3 Burnley 2

Goals: Lita, Long, Sodje
KCs: Long, Lita
Booked: Bikey
MOTM: Long

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Sunday, January 14, 2007


Lend Us A quid David

I know a lot of people have been talking
about the Beckham move. The money involved; how
he's passed it, etc. Well this is my take
on the situation.

Basicly Madrid had offered him a deal but it was
mainly for shirt sales then his footballing talent.

The Galactico's have come to an end. Beckham joined
them just too late to win anything big (Not spanish cup) like Macca

So he had 4 choices,

1) Stay and fight a loosing battle for his
place against younger and more up and coming players. Be known just for

2) Go to Italy or France (I thought he might do this)

3) Go to an English club (No way)

4) Go to the states (sometime but probably later)

Playing for an unglamorous English club would have hurt Brand Beckham
too much. People forget that in Florida over 50% speak spanish and Real Madrid is a well
known team not Portsmouth or Bolton.

He's made it clear that he only wanted to play for Man U and Real
Madrid , So an Italian club or french club did not appeal.

The reporters and pundits who dislike him, now say he should have come
to England to fight for his English place, but The idea that he would
play for England again makes me laugh.

Remember McClaren dropped him and only if McClaren left would he ever
be 'maybe' selected. He would only leave the England job if England did not qulaify next
year. I think That wont happen. Beckham knows this too and was a factor in
him going to the USA. Even if he had scored a hattrick every game he would not
have been selected and certain reporters would have always found fault.

The American league allows one uncapped salary player in a team
and lets face it anyone would have taken that deal.

I think he knew and was told that If he didn't take this deal now
then in a couple of years the amount would have been a
lot less and he would definatly be seen as 'going
only for the money' as it would ave been the only offer.

This was a once in a lifetime offer and who would say no.
$250 million buys a lot of Stella!

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