Steve and Jo

Well done to this weeks top managers as Steve and Johanne both clock up an impressive 21 points.

Just when Man City think it cannot get any worse (after they returned 2500 of 3000 tickets for their Bucuresti game) they could only muster 32,000 fans for their home game against Monchengladbach. PIPA is not happy. 

He was quoted as saying "don't worry we will smash up Bournmouth at the weekend, we have more money on the bench than their entire team"

 

19 September 2016

Kevin the Red

Kevin the Red takes the first monthly prize of £50.00 and sits proudly at the top of the table. Everyone is level again for the 2nd monthly prize. 

It was most ironic that the Manchester derby was the 172nd. Which is exactly the figure that PIPA has spent in the last transfer window. A nett spend of £172 million!!!!!! That is about the same spend as Swansea, Middlesbro, Sunderland, Bournmouth, West Ham and Spurs put together. Talk about buying your way to the top!!!!

12 September 2016

Week 3

I have taken off all the scores that were doubled last week and with the exception of Mark Molloy (owes back 8 still) the table should now be correct.

Its tight at the top going into the final week of the first month, with Harry Lee and Kevin the Red both on 54 points.

Well done to Man City in the Champions league. PIP must of been thrilled on his first European home game to walk out to a packed stadium with a vibrant atmosphere. LOL.

A spokesman for the club said we have options to try and sell more tickets. We can bring back the buy one get one free scheme that almost worked last season, but the ace up our sleeves is to offer a free chinese meal with every ticket now that we are part owned by some Chinese people.

28 August 2016

Week 2

Hello Cahballer's. Slight problem with this weeks scores. Week 2 scores have been added twice for everyone!! It does not make any difference to the positions because everyone's score was doubled.The only way I can correct this is to take the points off your next scores until you pay back the points. The problem has been fixed and won't happen again.

John McNiff is this weeks top jockey with 21 points and moves up to 3rd postion. 

Didds takes a spectacular tumble from No1 down to 13.

Harry Lee is the new leader. Well done Hazza.

Ps. Good bye Joe.

21 August 2016

First week.

Hello cashballer's. A great first week for Didd's and his score of 16 takes him to the summit.

Craig Newsham hasn't quite got the hang of things yet and failed to predict a single victory/loss!!!!

John Mc Niff finds himself in familiar territory although its very early doors yet.

Well done to Man City, who  3 weeks before the opening game of the season were forced to launch a Radio advertising campaign (Piccadilly and Capital) in order to sell their tickets for the Sunderland season opener. Well it very nearly worked, so a massive well done to them. What must PIP think??

Don't forget this week starts early with the Magnificent Reds on Friday.

16 August 2016

New SEASON

Hello cashballer's get in touch with Didd's or myself if you want to enter for the new season.

Regards Paul Lee

03 July 2016
Overall
Kevin the Red 81
Harry Lee 78
Glyn Norcliffe 78
Shaun Rowarth 77
Andrew Didds 76
Week 5
Steve Valentine 21
Johanne Lee 21
Matthew Davenport 19
Glyn Norcliffe 18
Shaun Rowarth 18
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