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Gullseye League Season 5

Post by Gullseye » 27 Apr 2018, 11:00

With one week to go its a very close finish in the top two divisions.

First Division
Bolton 33 +10
Chelsea 33 +8
Everton 33 +2
Forest 32 0
Coventry 31 +3
Swansea 30 +1
Notts Cty 27 +3
Westham 27 -2
Luton 26 -3
WBA 25 -7
Spurs 23 -16

Second Division
Wolves 37 +12
Soton 37 +7
Norwich 37 +6
Man Utd 36 +12
Ipswich 31 -2
Liverpool 30 -5
Stoke 28 +1
Reading 28 -5
Leicester 27 -2
Watford 25 +2
Brighton 22 -11 All but relegated
Charlton 15 -20 Relegated

Third Division
Palace 38 +14 Promoted ( How did I allow this to happen)
Sunderland 37 +8 Promoted
Newport 32 +3
Birmingham 32 +3
Man City 31 +7
Northampton 30 -2
Fulham 28-1
Blackpool 28 -7
Leeds 25 0
Arsenal 24 -2
Preston 22 -13
Darlington 20 -10 Relegated

Division Four
Hull 41 +20 Champions
Bristol City 34 +5
Plymouth 31 +7
Huddersfield 31 -2
Walsall 30 +4
Bournemouth 30 -4
Pompey 28 +1
Newcastle 28 +1
Mansfield 28 -2
Burnley 27 +2
Derby 19 -14 (To seek re-election)
Villa 14 -18 (To seek re-election)

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by lloydie1109 » 27 Apr 2018, 11:23

Need my beloved Argyle to win last match

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by Gullseye » 27 Apr 2018, 12:15

lloydie1109 wrote:
27 Apr 2018, 11:23
Need my beloved Argyle to win last match
They have a good chance, Bristol City are away at Bournemouth and Argyle are at home to Newcastle.

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by lloydie1109 » 27 Apr 2018, 12:41

Fingers crossed here

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by Gullseye » 09 May 2018, 09:41

League games now completed with just the FA Cup Final to play between Chelsea and Notts County. Chelsea are champions after winning the Second Division last season. Tottenham relegated for the first time.

First division
Chelsea 36 +9 (champions)
Coventry 34 +5
Bolton 33 +8
Forest 33 0
Everton 33 0
Swansea 30 -1
Westham 30 -1
Luton 29 -1
WBA 28 +3
Notts County 27 +2
QPR 25 -8 (relegated)
Spurs 24 -16 (relegated)

Second Division
Wolves 40 +14 (champions) After relegation last season Wolves are back
Man Utd 39 +13 (promoted)
Saints 38 +7
Norwich 37 +4
Ipswich 34 -1
Liverpool 29 -7
Watford 28 +3
Stoke 28 0
Leicester 28 -2
Reading 28 -6
Brighton 25 -9 (relegated)
Charlton 15 -21 (relegated)

Third Division
Palace 38 +13 (champions)
Sunderland 37 +7 (promoted)
Newport 35 +4
Birmingham 33 +3
Man City 32 +7
Fulham 31 0
Northampton 30 -4
Leeds 28 +2
Blackpool 28 -7
Preston 25 -12
Arsenal 24 -3 (relegated)
Darlington 23 -6 (relegated)

Fourth Division
Hull 44 +22 (champions)
Bristol City 35 +5 (promoted)
Plymouth 34 +9 ( Sorry Paul, Argyle beat Newcastle 2-0 but City got a point at Bournemouth)
Huddersfield 34 -1
Bournemouth 31 -4
Walsall 30 +3
Pompey 29 +1
Burnley 28 +2
Newcastle 28 -1
Mansfield 28 -4
Derby 19 -15 (Derby were not re elected so Hereford take their league place)
Aston Villa 17 -17 (Villa were re elected despite three successive relegations)

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by lloydie1109 » 09 May 2018, 10:40

NO sweat Steve, mirrors the real life end to the season for us.
My league is 4 x 8 team divisions, must post it up one day. It runs from January to November, I got my first set as a Xmas gift hence the season timings.

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by BlackpoolRock » 09 May 2018, 15:15

Was also waiting with interest on the outcome of Division Four.

At the other end, any particular reason why Villa have been re-elected and Derby not so?

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by Gullseye » 09 May 2018, 16:25

BlackpoolRock wrote:
09 May 2018, 15:15
Was also waiting with interest on the outcome of Division Four.

At the other end, any particular reason why Villa have been re-elected and Derby not so?
Every league club has a "vote" (roll of dice), Villa received 26 votes and Derby 20. You may say thats just luck, but Villa were due some after three relegations !

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Re: Gullseye League Season 5

Post by BlackpoolRock » 09 May 2018, 16:42

That's as good, and fair, a method as any I can think of. The same method is used up here for taking penalties ('1' is a miss)

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