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Gullseye



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PostSubject: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Fri Sep 16, 2011 5:13 am

Just finished playing the first weeks matches.

Arsenal 2 (1) v Luton 0 (0) Woodcock, Davis

Aston Villa 0 (0) v WBA 1 (1) Eastoe

Everton 1 (1) v Stoke 3 (2) Bailey (Stoke)McIlroy,James,Hampton

Ipswich 2 (1) v Tottenham 2 (0) D'Avray2 (Tottenham) Ardiles,Brazil

Leicester 1 (1) v Notts County 1 (0) MacDonald (Notts) McCulloch

Man United 2 (0) v QPR 1 (1) Stapleton 2 (QPR) Dawes

Nottingham Forrest 1 (1) v Southampton 1 (1) Hart (So'ton) Wallace

Sunderland 0 (0) v Norwich 1 (1) Bennett

Watford 0 (0) v Coventry 3 (2) Bennett,Daly,Bamber

Westham 2 (1) v Birmingham 1 (1) Devonshire,Pike (B'ham) Dennis

Wolves 2 (2) v Liverpool 1 (1) Clarke, Gray (Liverpool) Johnston


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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Fri Sep 16, 2011 5:54 am

great stuff Cool

come on the ardiles Very Happy Laughing


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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Sep 17, 2011 8:24 am

What a great season to choose, Gully!

The season we won the DOUBLE ... almost :-)



RUNNERS UP to Liverpool

Knocked out of the FA Cup in the SEMI-FINAL



Nice to see little Danny Wallace get off the mark in your opener!

Will be watching with interest.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Sep 17, 2011 6:31 pm

ESSGEE wrote:
What a great season to choose, Gully!

The season we won the DOUBLE ... almost :-)



RUNNERS UP to Liverpool

Knocked out of the FA Cup in the SEMI-FINAL


Thats what I call a glass half full attitude ! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:42 am

2nd week

Aston Villa 0 (0) v Sunderland 1 (1) West

Everton 1 (1) v Westham 0 (0) Johnson

Man United 2 (0) v Nottingham Forest 3 (1) Coppell, Whiteside (Forest) Wallace,Birtles 2

Southampton 2 (2) v QPR 2 (1) Worthington,Moran (QPR) Flanagan 2

Stoke 0 (0) v WBA 3 (1) Regis 2, Owen

Tottenham 3 (2) v Coventry 2 (1) Brazil, Archibald 2, (Coventry) Daly,Pearce

Wolves 1 (0) v Arsenal 3 (2) Gray, (Arsenal) Woodcock 2, Sunderland

Notts County 2 (1) v Birmingham 1 (0) O'Neil, McCulloch (Birmingham) Ferguson

Watford 4 (3) v Ipswich 1 (0) Reilly,Jobson,Barnes,Callaghan (Ipswich) Mariner

Leicester 2 (0) v Luton 1 (0) A.Smith, Lineker. (Luton) Moss

Norwich 2 (1) v Liverpool 2 (1) Deehan 2. (Liverpool) Dalglish,Lee
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Oct 03, 2011 7:46 am

Great to see Frankie on the scoresheet :-)
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Nov 01, 2011 9:51 am



Leicester 2 (0) v Luton 1 (0) A.Smith, Lineker. (Luton) Moss

cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers Oh Gary Gary Cool
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:04 am

Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Nov 01, 2011 6:20 pm

Nice one Gully.

Manure v Trees looked a good game.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:00 pm

week 3

Birmingham 1 (1) v Watford (0) 2 Harford (Watford) Taylor, Callaghan

Coventry 1 (0) v Everton (1) 1 Daly (Everton) Johnson

Liverpool 1 (1) v Nottingham Forest (1) 1 Lee (Forest) Bowyer

Luton 1 (1) v Sunderland (0) 2 Stephens (Sunderland) Munro, West

Norwich 1 (0) v Wolves (0) 0 Bertschin

Notts County 0 (0) v Ipswich (1) 1 Gates

QPR 6 (4) v Aston Villa (0) 0 Allen 3, Stewart 2, Flanagan

Saints 6 (3) v Arsenal (1) 1 Moran,Nichol,Waldron,Wallace,Armstrong, Worthington

Stoke 2 (1) v Man utd (0) 0'Callaghan, McIlroy

Spurs 2 (1) v Westham (0) 0 Pike og, Galvin

WBA 0 (0) v Leicester (1) 2 Wilson, Bennett og
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:23 pm

Blimey...Aston Villa and Arsenal must have been played all with your weaker flicking finger... Shocked Or you'd have a few pints Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:38 am

spudski wrote:
Blimey...Aston Villa and Arsenal must have been played all with your weaker flicking finger... Shocked Or you'd have a few pints Laughing

Thats the great thing about solo you can never predict whats going to happen. I have know idea where those two results came from. The previous two only yielded two goals between them. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:20 am

You know it makes sense, Gully.

83-84 was an exceedingly good year for Saints, after all.

Get that League Table up quick! I've a feeling it could be pretty :-)

Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed Nov 02, 2011 5:31 pm

Not as pretty as it is for Lee and the Fox Laughing

1. Tottenham... 3-2-1-0-7-4-7
2. Leicester .....3-2-1-0-5-2-7
3. Norwich........3-2-1-0-4-2-7
4. WBA............3-2-0-1-4-2-6
5. Watford........3-2-0-1-6-5-6
6. Stoke..........3-2-0-1-5-4-6
7. Sunderland....3-2-0-1-3-2-6
8. Arsenal........3-2-0-1-6-7-6
9. Southampton..3-1-2-0-9-4-5
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed Nov 02, 2011 11:55 pm

affraid "COME ON YOU SAINTS!"
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Thu Nov 03, 2011 3:28 am

cheers cheers cheers bounce
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:43 am

photo's from tonights game Westham 1 v Leicester 1. Lynex scores the equaliser


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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Thu Nov 10, 2011 3:57 am

Excellent pics there Steve , really good sequence , thanks for posting Cool
UP THE CITY bounce Reckon we're gonna have a good season in your league Gulls , cos normally we get sweet f a at West Ham , the omens are good cheers
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Nov 12, 2011 5:40 am

week 4

Arsenal 3 (0) v Man Utd (0) 0 C.Nicholas, Sunderland 2

Birmingham 1 (1) v Stoke (1) 2 Harford. (Stoke. Tueart, O'Callaghan)

Coventry 2 (2) v Notts County (0) 0 Pearce, Plataneur

Ipswich 2 (1) v Everton (1) 1 Butcher, O'Callaghan. (Everton. Sharp)

Liverpool 1 (1) v Southampton (0) 0 Lee

Luton 4 (2) v Norwich (1) 1 Hill 2,Stephans, Stein

QPR 2 (1) v Watford (1) 1 Sealy,Dawes. (Watford. Jobson)

Westham 1 (1) v Leicester (1) 1 Martin. (Leicester. Lynex)

Nottingham Forest 2 (1) v Aston Villa (0) 0 Bowyer, Swain

Sunderland 1 (1) v Wolves (0) 2 Pickering. (Wolves.Smith,Gray)

WBA 1 (1) v Tottenham (1) 1 Zondervan, (Tottenham. Brazil)
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 06, 2011 5:36 am

Week 5

Arsenal 0 v Liverpool 0

Aston Villa 2 (1) v Norwich (1) 1 Shaw,Mortimer (Norwich) Bertschin

Everton 1 (0) v WBA (1) 1 Sharp. (WBA) Regis

Ipswich 5 (4) v Stoke (1) 4 Gates 3, Mariner,D'Avray (Stoke) Tueart,James, O'Callaghan

Leicester 4 (2) v Tottenham (0) 0 Smith B,Ramsey,Smith A,Hazell

Man Utd 0 v Luton 0

Nottingham F 2 (0) v QPR (1) 2 Birtles,Gunn. (QPR) Fenwick,Flanagan

Sunderland 1 (1) v Southampton (0) 2 Hindmarch. (S'oton) Wallace 2

Watford 3 (0) v Notts County (0) 1 Barnes 2, Taylor. (Notts) Christie

Westham 3 (1) v Coventry (1) 2 Devonshire 2, Allen. (Coventry) Bamber,Gibson

Wolves 0 (0) v Birmingham (1) 2 Blake, Dennis






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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:29 am



Yes! Get in there you beauties!
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:38 am

ESSGEE wrote:


Yes! Get in there you beauties!

A typical game this one with the home side dominating but not getting the second killer goal. Saints didn't look like scoring then up popped Danny Wallace to knock in two late goals off the post, almost identical. Leicester are top on 11 points, Saints 8th on 8 points.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Dec 17, 2011 7:52 am

Week 6

Birmingham 3 (1) Ipswich (0) 0 .......... Hardford,Wright,Wark og

Coventry 1 (0) Leicester (0) 1 ............. Bennett, Leicester- O'Neill

Liverpool 0 (0) Aston Villa (1) 2 ........... Morley 2

Luton 2 (0) Wolves (0) 1...................... Stein 2, Wolves - Eves

Norwich 2 (2) Nottingham Forest (0) 1......Bennett,Bertschin, Nottm F-Bowyer

Notts County 2 (0) Arsenal (0) 0 ............Harkouk, Christie

QPR 0 (0) Sunderland (0) 1 .................Rowell

Southampton 2 (1) Man Utd (0) 1 ...........Wallace 2, Man Utd Stapleton

Stoke 1 (1) Watford (0) 1 ....................O'Callaghan, Watford- Lohman

Tottenham 4 (3) Everton (2) 3 ................Galvin2,Brazil2, Everton - Sharp,Sheedy 2

WBA 2 (0) Westham (0) 0 .....................Statham,Cross

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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sun Dec 18, 2011 6:17 am


CAN WE PLAY YOU, CAN WE PLAY YOU, CAN WE PLAY YOU EVERY WEEK
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sun Dec 18, 2011 6:25 am

SAINTS move up to share second spot with Spurs and WBA, hot on the heels of Leicester City!
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:52 am


It's better than that, Saints are second on goal difference with +6, WBA +4 and Spurs 0.

Danny Wallace is leading scorer on 6.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:09 am

Spurs vs Everton looked like an exciting game. How are Luton doing this season so far?
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:32 am

SFC-Chris wrote:
Spurs vs Everton looked like an exciting game. How are Luton doing this season so far?

Yes I don't know what happened there virtually every shot went in !

You will be pleased to hear that the defending champions are having a nightmare and down in 20th place.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:13 am

It's a nice touch with the goalscorers, Gully.

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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:53 am

Gullseye wrote:
SFC-Chris wrote:
Spurs vs Everton looked like an exciting game. How are Luton doing this season so far?

Yes I don't know what happened there virtually every shot went in !

You will be pleased to hear that the defending champions are having a nightmare and down in 20th place.

On their way to non-league where they belong Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed Jan 11, 2012 7:52 am

week 7

Arsenal 0 (0) v Norwich (0) 2 ............... Hareide, Barham

Aston Villa 2 (1) v Southampton (0) 0.....Rideout, Withe

Everton 1 (0) v Birmingham (0) 0..........Sheedy

Ipswich 3 (1) v WBA (1) 1....................Burley,D'Avray 2,.....WBA. Eastoe

Leicester 3 (0) v Stoke (0) 3................Wilson, A. Smith 2,....Stoke. McIlroy,O'Callaghan,James

Man United 1 (0) v Liverpool (0) 1.........Stapleton.........Liverpool. Dalglish

Nottingham F 1 (1) v Luton (0) 0..........Hodge

Sunderland 2 (0) v Coventry (1) 1..........Rowell,James......Coventry. Gibson

Watford 1 (0) v Tottenham (0) 1............Jobson........Tottenham. Miller

Westham 2 (1) v Notts County (1) 1.........Swindlehurst,Bonds........Notts. O'Neil

Wolves 4 (1) v QPR (1) 1.....................Mathews 2, Gray 2.......QPR. Stewart


Leicester tie on 13 points with Norwich and Ipswich and keep top spot on goal difference. Tottenham and Saints drop to sixth and seventh on 12 and 11 points. Luton share bottom place with Man United on 5 points each.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Thu Jan 12, 2012 1:50 am

And I couldn't think of two better teams to be bottom!
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:31 pm

Gullseye wrote:
week 7

Aston Villa 2 (1) v Southampton (0) 0.....Rideout, Withe


Booo! Booo! Booo!

You don't know what ya doin'
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:32 pm

Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:55 am

ESSGEE wrote:
Gullseye wrote:
week 7

Aston Villa 2 (1) v Southampton (0) 0.....Rideout, Withe


Booo! Booo! Booo!

You don't know what ya doin'


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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Jan 28, 2012 5:13 am

week 8

Birmingham 3 (2) v Leicester (1) 3. Harford 2, Ferguson. (Leicester) Lynex, Dennis o.g., Lineker

Coventry 0 (0) v Ipswich (0) 0

Liverpool 2 (0) v Sunderland (1) 1. Lee, Neal. (Sunderland) Rowell

Luton 0 (0) v Aston Villa (1) 1. Withe

Norwich 3 (2) v Man United (0) 0. Bertschin, Mendham,Haylock

Notts County 1 (1) v Everton (0) 0. Hunt

QPR 1 (0) v Arsenal (1) 1. Flanagan. (Arsenal) Rix

Southampton 1 (0) v Wolves (0) 1. Eves o.g. (Wolves) Clarke

Stoke 3 (1) v Westham (0) 0. Tueart, Painter, McIlroy

WBA 3 (2) v Watford (0) 3. Regis, Cross 2. (Watford) Reilly 2, Lohman

Tottenham 1 (1) v Nottingham Forest (2) 2. Galvin. (Nottm F) O'Reilly o.g., Swain

Norwich take top spot with 16 points, followed by Forest on 15, Leicester, Stoke and Ipswich on 14. Saints drop to 6th on 12 points joining five other clubs on the same total, including Tottenham in 1oth. Birmingham, Luton and Man United are the bottom three.

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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:09 am

week 9

Arsenal 1 (1) v Coventry (0) 1 ...... P Nicholas (Coventry) Roberts

Aston Villa 2 (1) v Birmingham (0) 1..... Rideout, Shaw. (Harford)

Everton 2 (0) v Luton (1) 3........ Sharp 2 (Luton) Hill, Walsh, og Ratcliffe

Ipswich 2 (1) v QPR (0) 1 .....O'Callaghan, D'Aray. (QPR) Flanagan

Man United 2 (1) v WBA (0) 2 ........Stapleton 2. (WBA) Regis 2

Sunderland 2 (0) v Stoke (0) 1 .......Proctor, James. (Stoke) og Hindmarch

Watford 3 (1) v Norwich (0) 0........Barnes 3

Westham 3 (2) v Liverpool (0) 1......Martin,Pike,Goddard. (Liverpool) Rush

Wolves 4 (2) v Tottenham (1) 1.....Clarke,Towner,Gray,Mathews. (Tottenham) Thomas

Nottm Forest 3 (1) v Notts County (0) 1......Davenport 2, Hart. (Notts County) Christie

Norwich 3 (0) v Leicester (1) 2.......Bertschin, Hareide. (Leicester) Lineker,A.Smith

Norwich go top. Leicester lose their first game. No game for Saints
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:17 am

Are Saints gonna be the Monday night game then, Gully?

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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:21 am

Aha ... I see Norwich played twice.

Please don't tell me Saints were away to Watford?

The goalscorers sure are bringing back a load a memories, Gully.

Such a great aspect. Feeling very nostalgic.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:23 am

Surely Saints must have been at home against Leicester, as they were away at Wolves previously, and Norwich were at home?

I won't let you write off their championship chances easily, mate!

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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Feb 27, 2012 8:02 am

Sir Buteo wrote:
Surely Saints must have been at home against Leicester, as they were away at Wolves previously, and Norwich were at home?

I won't let you write off their championship chances easily, mate!

Wink

No, Norwich did play twice in a week. These are Saturday 15 Ocober 1983 fixtures and the Norwich Leicester game was played on Wednesday 19 October. Saints are 12th on twelve points, Norwich have played two games more on 19 points so not as bad as it looks.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Mon Feb 27, 2012 8:54 am

cheers

COME ON YOU SAINTS!
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Sat Mar 17, 2012 5:29 am

week 10.

Arsenal 2 (1) v Nottm Forest (0) 1 ...........C. Nicholas, o.g.Wilson. (Nottm F) Birtles

Birmingham 1 (1) v Tottenham (0) 0 .......Hopkins.

Coventry 3 (1) v WBA (1) 2 ................Platnauer,Daly,Gibson. (WBA) Cross,Eastoe

Everton 0 (0) v Watford (0) 0

Ipswich 0 (0) v Leicester (0) 2 ..............(Leicester) A.Smith,o.g.Butcher

Luton 0 (0) v Southampton (0) 0

Notts County 2 (1) v Stoke (1) 1 ............Christie,Hunt. (Stoke) Parkin

QPR 1 (1) v Liverpool (0) 0 .................Flanagan

Sunderland 0 (0) v Manchester Utd (1) 2 ......Whiteside 2

Westham 2 (1) v Norwich (2) 2 .............Allen, Devonshire. (Norwich) Bertschin 2

Wolves 2 (1) v Aston Villa (1) 2 ...........Clarke,Humphrey. (Villa) Mortimer,Morley
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:31 am

week 11

Watford 3 (1) v Westham (2) 3 ...........Rostron,Callaghan,Barnes. (Westham) o.g. Bolton, Stewart,Pike

Aston Villa 2 (0) v Arsenal (1) 1 ...........Shaw 2. (Arsenal) Woodcock

Leicester 1 (0) v Everton (1) 1 ............Lynex. (Everton) Reid

Liverpool 1 (0) v Luton (2) 2 ...............o.g.Turner. (Luton) Moss, Hill

Man United 1 (1) v Wolves (1) 2 ............Whitesd. (Wolves) Mathews, Towner

Norwich 0 (0) v QPR (0) 1 ...................Neil

Nott'm Forest 1 (1) v Sunderland (1) 1.......Bowyer. (Sunderland) James

Southampton 1 (0) v Ipswich (0) 1 ............Moran. (Ipswich) D'Aray

Stoke 1 (1) v Coventry (0) 0 ...................O'Callaghan

Tottenham 2 (1) v Notts County (0) 0 .........Ardiles 2

WBA 1 (0) v Birmingham (0) 1 .................Cross. (B'ham) Hardford


Norwich hold on to top spot after Leicester and Forest are both held at home.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Wed May 09, 2012 7:27 pm

week 11

Arsenal 1 (0) v Sunderland (0) 0 ......... Woodcock

Birmingham 1 (0) v Coventry (2) 2 ........Kuhl. (Coventry) Daly, Grimes

Man Utd 1 (0) v Aston Villa (1) 1 ..........Coppell. (Villa) Rideout

Norwich 1 (1) v Southampton (0) 0 .........Deehan

Nottm Forest 1 (1) v Wolves (0) 1 ........Davenport. (Wolves) Bennett

QPR 0 (0) v Luton (0) 0

Stoke 2 (1) v Tottenham (1) 2 ............McIlroy, Parkin. (Spurs) Archibald, og. Hampton

Watford 0 (0) v Leicester (0) 0

WBA 0 (0) v Notts County (0) 0

Westham 1 (0) v Ipswich (1) 1 ...........Goddard. (Ipswich) Mariner

Liverpool 1 (0) v Everton (1) 1 ..........Lee. (Everton) King

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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Fri May 11, 2012 4:37 am

Three 0-0 draws in a week Shocked you been hitting the sauce Steve Wink
What Norwich team are you using , HWT ? They seem pretty decent
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Fri May 11, 2012 4:49 am

forfoxsake wrote:
Three 0-0 draws in a week Shocked you been hitting the sauce Steve Wink
What Norwich team are you using , HWT ? They seem pretty decent

Laughing Laughing Just superb defensive play Jim. Yes, Norwich ( standard HWT) have been my most consistent team. Runners up to Luton last season and also Cup winners. They are three points clear of Forest at the moment with the Foxes in third. Leicester have only lost one but have drawn seven !
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Fri May 11, 2012 4:56 am

Saints are havin' a shocker, Gully.
Do SOMETHING!
Sack the index finger, and let the middle fella point them in the right direction.
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PostSubject: Re: FIRST DIVISION 1983/4   Fri May 11, 2012 5:08 am

ESSGEE wrote:
Saints are havin' a shocker, Gully.
Do SOMETHING!
Sack the index finger, and let the middle fella point them in the right direction.
:-)

I'm afraid its looking terminal Steve, they've lost all confidence every time they shoot I stub my finger on the pitch. Laughing

Was thinking of bringing in Foxy as coach but looking at his performance with Real Betis it would probably be the nail in the coffin.
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