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Pompey competition update #22

Pompey competition update #22

Vital Fantasy Football - 'Pompey mini league'

No changes yet again this time round, but the gap is down to 3 points - so the current leader in the Vital Fantasy Football 'Pompey mini league' remains The Pompey Chimes on 778 points, who retains top spot for a 13th game running. Crazy Cats has 775 points, retaining 2nd spot also for a 13th game - but really closes the gap - and maradona_kebab retains 3rd for a 7th game running, with 767 points overall.

The Pompey Chimes, Crazy Cats and maradona_kebab are in the top 40 of over 4600 entries overall - in 25th, 28th and 38th places respectively - congratulations fellas.

You can still enter a team by going to www.vitalfantasyfootball.co.uk. If you do, also get yourself into the mini league to by using these details.

League Name - Vital Pompey League
Password - vital pompey

Again I have moved up, moving from 22nd - 20th spot in the Pompey mini league and moved up from 1354th - 1283rd place overall.

To view the overall 'Pompey mini league' table as it currently stands click here.

'Pompey predictions league'

Awful, is what I would say about our performance in the Pompey Predictions League for the Sunderland game.

We were all the joint highest points scorers this time with zero points each, as everyone went for a Pompey win!

So that means no change in the top 3, pompeyrug retained top spot for a 7th game running, staying 42 points in total. Chix retains 2nd place, also for a 7th game running, staying on 38 points, with steaming retaining 3rd for a 5th game running on 35 points.

If you missed out on predicting for the Sunderland game, as well as any others it is never too late - just start with your predictions for the next with Derby at home this weekend. So if you have not already made your predictions on this game with Derby do it here.

To view the overall table as it currently stands click here.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday January 14 2008
Time: 12:00PM

Comments

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You wouldn't have thought a 2-0 loss.
storagematt
14/01/2008 14:34:00
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i wouldnt have thought any loss before the game - something like 70% were expecting a win werent they...
pompeyrug
14/01/2008 14:47:00
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whilst its here, i will take the chance to say that the goal competition is up on the forum too.
pompeycarpet
14/01/2008 18:54:00
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Good shout Carpet .. I've had a go at the Goal Competition and it;s a good 'um.. As for the prediction league we must all be woeful ..I've been in the top two most of the season and haven't scored a point since late October I think... and nobody has caught me..
Chix
14/01/2008 19:17:00
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intrestingly, our run of poor form has coincided almost exactly with me failing to predict defeats in the predicition league (i didnt put in a prediction against liverpool and totenham, i then predicted a victory over arsnal, and boro. i went back to a defeat against reading - and we won! and then back to a victory against sunderland...where we lost. i think somone is trying to tell me something...
pompeycarpet
14/01/2008 20:40:00
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yep ive had my go and i reckon im nailed on with my thoughts...
pompeyrug
15/01/2008 12:24:00
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Go maradona_kebab! (Especially after about 10 lagers and you don't give a t*ss what you're eating!) C'mon Sacha, open the chequebook!
scott mc
16/01/2008 06:02:00
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