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Rocafella 3 - 1 Baring

Baring 1 - 4 Rocafella

No injuries in either match.

Cheers mate. We got one game in the rain which was good going! Good luck for the rest of the season.

Just Keith to go now.

P.s. Wincho/Steely, the score is the wrong way around in my match with Sith :)

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Rocafella 3 - 1 Baring

Baring 1 - 4 Rocafella

No injuries in either match.

Cheers mate. We got one game in the rain which was good going! Good luck for the rest of the season.

Just Keith to go now.

P.s. Wincho/Steely, the score is the wrong way around in my match with Sith :)

Sorted the Sith score - ta
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Rocafella 3 - 1 Keith

injuries - ben arfa

Keith 1 - 0 Rocafella

Two good open games between two evenly matched sides. Special mention for a Keith goal from Tiote, who ended up on the floor in the 69 position with Leroy Fer for his celebration!

Good luck for the rest of the season mate.

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(Wincho) Liverpool 1-1 Everton (Manic)

I took the lead through a 23rd minute Lewandowski header after Suarez worked an opening on the right hand side of the box a Suarez cross.

It was my only effort of the half and whilst Manic created more chances, there were really only a couple he'd have expected to score from.

His deserved equaliser came as late as the 78th minute with Mirallas breaking free on the right after a bit of hesitation when switching player to Baines who simply couldn't catch up his old teammate.

Manic had dominated to that point in the game but his goal seemed to revitalise the Liverpool team who looked more likely to get a winner in the last 10 minutes.

It wasn't to be though and the game ended a draw.

(Manic) Everton 3-2 Liverpool (Wincho)

Nasri injured for Liverpool

Manic Drew first blood in this one on 10 minutes with a trademark Milner blast that Mignolet couldn't keep out despite getting two hands on it.

RB Glenn Johnson levelled things half way through the first half with a neat finish that his teammates Suarez and Lewandowski would have been proud of.

Suarez put me into the lead with a really well worked goal and it stayed like this until Demba Ba got Everton back on terms after a great passing move freed up Everton winger Ashley Young to put a cross on a plate for the big man to nod home

The game was fairly even and open for the taking and it was Manic who seized the points when Ba's speculative shot rebounded kindly for Negredo who scissor kicked it from a seemingly impossible angle into the empty net

I probably deserved to lose the one I drew but felt a draw would have been fairer in the one I lost so can't grumble at a single point really.

Oh, and I'll be sponging Nasri

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