Ian Spiby

Ian Spiby is the top manager in the first week of the new season with a great 18 points.

Derek Molloy is the only cashballer to pick up 100% on his wins/losses. Well done Dek.

Johanne and Giles both prop up the table with a miserable 4 points (both City fans)!!! Buck up you two.

PS Don't forget to check your own points. The scoring is done by hand and checked by Didd's.

14 August 2017

New SEASON

Hello cashballer's old and new. Welcome to the new season. Don't forget the first kick off is Friday night!! 

Good luck to both Manchester teams and well done to Manchester UTD on winning 3 trophies last season.

Well done to Man City who have out spent every team on the planet (again). Maybe they will win something this season?

05 August 2017
Overall
Ian Spiby 18
Derek Molloy 17
Andrew Didds 16
Paul Lee 14
Kevin the Red 14
Week 1
Ian Spiby 18
Derek Molloy 17
Andrew Didds 16
Paul Lee 14
Kevin the Red 14
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BBC Sport - Football

BBC Sport - Football

BBC Sport - Football
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