Friday, 30 March 2007

Weekend scores

Quick predictions for the Premiership this weekend. Thanks christ it's back.

Liverpool V Arsenal - Hmmm, I'll go for a draw as Pool are playing horrendously of late and Johnny Riise will be off his game as he'll only barely make it in the dressing room after begging for some spare change outside the ground. 1-1.

Bolton V Sheff Utd - 2-0 in an awful, awful game.

West Ham V Middlesbrough - Pointless win for West Ham, I dunno, eh 2-1

Newcastle V Man City - Big game for two managers under pressure. I like Roeder more and actually feel he's the better manager. Newcastle at home will swing it 2-0.

Charlton V Wigan - Another tough one, fancy Charlton to get a few goals and Wigan to lose out due to a shite forward line. 3-1

Fulham V Portsmouth - Could be a great game, but again pretty pointless at this stage of proceedings. 1-3 for Pompey.

Man. United V Blackburn - Banker home win. I won't embarrass myself by predicting banana skins with United any more. 3-0

Watford V Chelsea - You know very well it will be four nothing to Chelscum so why do you need me to tell you.

Tottenham V Reading - Could be excellent, Spurs are getting better as the season goes on and should have enough to get the last UEFA Charity Vase Shield place. 2-0

Aston Villa V Everton. Why oh why. Awful stuff. 1-1.

Later folks, have a good weekend

JJ

1 comment:

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Are the football managers of today given enough time? I personally believe time is the answer - look at fergie at man u and Wenger at arsenal... My beloved Newcastle will never improve unless a manager with reasonable knowledge of the game is given time to put structures in place... I know its a cliché, but these people in the media and at this online football betting site are putting the pressure on Chairmen and club owners to sack managers without thinking about long term managers. It angers me intensely reading the kind of stuff i saw on sporting index this morning! Read it for yourself and let me know what you think...