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  1. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    All this activity in this thread but no-one is talking about the main talking point of the day - Bristol City have got Del Boy running their club shop - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-47960714
  2. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Sterling scores - most mental game ever. Goal disallowed - most most mental anything ever.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019)

    If Disney have showed it to someone for megabucks and not even bothered to secure it then Fuck them. Would seem to be a ridiculous thing to do though as it potentially has negative connotations of it hurts the release of the film/pisses off the creators and the fans. They wouldn’t give Tom Holland the script in case he spoilt it/they’ve been fairly careful with trailers, but they’ll just let some prat with an iPhone film half of it 2 weeks before release.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019)

    How much has leaked - the whole film/plot or just some scenes? This didn’t happen with Infinity War did it? Fuck sake - I was mildly concerned about seeing it Thursday morning instead of midnight in case some plonker said something it started, but assumed anything before midnight was safe.
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    CRPG Book Project

    I forgot to preorder this - so hoping not to miss the second print run.
  6. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Whoever is top after the Manchester derby wins it for certain I think.
  7. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Wolves beat Brighton, City draw with Spurs, we beat you, Utd beat City then you’ve got your bad result out the way and are 1 point in front with 3 to go. Everyones a winner* *Except Brighton and Man City
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    The Bookies

    A nice £15 tonight off of a £1 betting Cardiff to score in both half’s and get over 1.5 corners in each half. We got 2 and 2!!
  9. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Relegation update (abridged/maybe just maybe edition) Cardiff 31pts Liverpool (h), Fulham (a), Palace (h) Man U (a) A great win tonight gives us chance to avoid the drop, but we need some more wins. The way Brighton are playing then just 3 points could be enough, but hard to see them not picking up even a single point from 5 games so we probably need back to back away wins (beat Fulham) and then beat Palace at home or cause a massive upset before that at home to Liverpool on Sunday. We’ve got more points in us, but not sure we will get enough. Liverpool looks an impossible task, but I’m sure they aren’t overjoyed to be playing a fighting Cardiff in a televised game with a referee likely under pressure given recent decisions in games we’ve played in. Brighton 33pts Wolves(a), Spurs(a), Newcastle(h), Arsenal(a), Man City(h) Brighton can’t find a win or even a goal after a terrible two home games. They have to assume Cardiff will get some more points. The Wolves fans seem worried (and I’ll take their word for it) Newcastle are erratic, but fail to win either of them and it means getting points in two trips to North london or beating Man City on the last day. Itl’l probably be all over by then, but we could see Brighton vs Man City and Man U vs Cardiff on the final day deciding who goes down, who wins the league and who finishes in the top 4?
  10. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    - Morrison finally scores this season.
  11. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Dunno if I can hack watching my dodgy stream for this second half. Scored a screamer in the first half, but need another at least.
  12. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Squires - Game of Thrones edition https://www.theguardian.com/football/ng-interactive/2019/apr/16/david-squires-on-the-premier-league-game-of-thrones
  13. Ork1927

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Relegation update. Last, last chance saloon edition Cardiff 28pts  Brighton (a), Liverpool (h), Fulham (a), Palace (h) Man U (a) We are almost certainly done for after losing at Turf Moor, with only 1 team left to try and catch. Fortunately, we play them on Tuesday – win in Brighton and we go 2 points behind with 4 to play. Brighton have a slightly worse run-in with a very difficult game in hand so we’d still have a chance. A draw on Tuesday is probably no good and a loss would be game over with us then needing 3 wins out of 4 at a minimum with Brighton (or Southampton) not picking up anymore points. We aren’t playing badly and not getting a lot of luck with decisions, but we are too toothless up front. Brighton 33pts Cardiff(h), Wolves(a), Spurs(a), Newcastle(h), Arsenal(a), Man City(h) A terrible result at home to Bournemouth and Brighton look in big trouble if not for Cardiff being 5 points behind them. They have to avoid defeat against the Bluebirds on Tuesday or they could be in trouble given they appear to be in freefall. Southampton 36pts Newcastle (a), Watford (a), Bournemouth (h), West Ham (a), Huddersfield (h) A very good win at Wolves means Southampton are pretty much safe. Even if Cardiff start clocking up wins, it is hard to see The Saints not getting to at least the 40 point mark with a nice 5 game run-in. Newcastle 38pts Newcastle’s win at Leicester means they are all good for next season barring a Cardiff miracle and Brighton also clocking up loads of points. A win against Southampton would make 100% certain regardless of what anyone else gets upto. Southampton(h), Brighton(a), Liverpool(h), Fulham (a). Burnley 39pts Chelsea (a), Man City (h), Everton (a), Arsenal (h). Beating Cardiff has to be enough to ensure Burnley stay in the top flight next year. They may struggle to pick up anymore points, but 39 should be enough. Crystal Palace 39pts Arsenal (a), Everton (h), Cardiff (a), Bournemouth (h). As with Burnley, 39 points will be enough, but Palace have games they can get more points in although they may get conflicted against Cardiff if Brighton can be relegated.

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