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Ellis Simpson
Bristol City FC


 
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Wednesday, Jan. 16th, 2019 at 11:55 AM
End of Season Finances

Here is my attempt. I am not sure about bonuses for contributions (postings etc). Are they awarded throughout the season?

MSWL 1 Financials

LEAGUE

Lewes - 500

Tranmere - 300

Preston North End 150

Port Vale - 300

Nottingham Forest - 200

Lincoln City - 100

Chesterfield - 200

Sheffield Utd - 100

Derby County -50

 

FA CUP

Lewes - 400

Weston-super-mare - 250

Swansea - 200

Preston North End - 200

 

AP CUP

Watford - 250

Weston-super-Mare - 150

Port Vale - 75

Queens Park Rangers - 75

 

FA SHIELD

Cardiff - 200

Watford - 75

 

YOUTH CUP

Tranmere - 200

Weston-super-Mare - 75

 

LEADING SCORER

Preston North End - 25

Port Vale - 25

Leicester - 25

 

PREDICTIONS

Brentford -  25

Leeds - 15

Dagenham & Redbridge - 10

 

TOTALS

Brentford -  25

Cardiff - 200

Chesterfield - 200

Dagenham & Redbridge - 10

Derby County -50

Leeds - 15

Leicester - 25

Lewes - 900

Lincoln City - 100

Nottingham Forest - 200

Port Vale - 400

Preston North End - 375

Queens Park Rangers - 75

Sheffield Utd - 100

Swansea - 200

Tranmere - 500

Watford - 325

Weston-super-Mare - 475

 
 
Vick Hall
Weston-super-Mare AFC


 
Sunday, Jan. 13th, 2019 at 12:56 PM
Premier League Performance Table

I thought it might be interesting to have a little look at the amount of gpp's that were played against other teams in the top flight and then relate the amount used  for and against to the actual league position. This is just one factor of many but it's interesting to compare how teams actually did in relation to gpp's used in the league.

Leaugue Position Gpp's For GPP's Against Effect League Position based on GPP Effect
Lewes   11    15  0.73  5th
Tranmere   2    12  0.17  8th
PNE   4     9  0.44  6th
Cardiff   2     8  0.25  7th
Carlisle  15     7  2.14  3rd
Dorchester  23     4  5.75  1st
Brentford   1      7  0.14  9th
Weston   0     19    0   10th
Plymouth  12     10  1.20  4th
QPR   20     7  2.86  1st

 

 

 

You can see that the biggest underperformers based on gpp's used and agains were QPR who should have been top of the table but ended up bottom, but to be fair they used their 20 gpp's in the last few matches at which point they were already rooted to the bottom of the table. Plymouth and Dorchester were the next biggest underperformers, followed by Carlisle, whilst everyone else overperformed. Tranmere show the biggest overperformance by 6 places with Lewes on 4 and Preston and Cardiff on 3 places. From this it's possible to conclude that had Tranmere spent as many gpp's in the league as Lewes then the league title would most likely have been theirs! Dorchester's use of gpp's did swing a few games their way including a good early away win at QPR, but the trickle approach of using 2-3 gpp's in games overall failed them. Plymouth can also feel agrieved about using 12 gpp's but only garnering 1 drawn point in those games. Carlisle also used a lot of gpp's and did not get a good return for their use. In their early game against Tranmere where they used 5 gpp's they were unlucky, but other times the use was wasted. Still they stayed up so overall the strategy ultimately paid off for them. Weston can (and do) feel aggrieved at having 19 points of gpp's played against them. The highest in the league! Only Lewes and Tranmere (the league leaders) came close to this number (15 and 12 respectively) played against them. Dorchester suffered the fewest gpp's used against them, despite the amounts they were piling on everyone else. Even so they might have had more than Brentford as only Lewes and Preston were not afraid to use gpp's against them and risk the wrath of Olmec.

 

 

 
 
Dave Dowson
Southend United


 
Sunday, Jan. 6th, 2019 at 12:28 AM
Prediction Games posted for Round 10

TABLE AFTER 9 ROUNDS
COACH W L

Allan Sellers

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Vick Hall 50 40
Jeff Hawker 48 42
Mike Cabral 47 43
Abe Hamdali 47 43
Roy Rolsten 46 44
Hazel Hawker 46 44
Ellis Simpson 45 45
Tim Batth 41 49
Dave Dowson 39 41
Mike Parnaby 39 51
Phil McIntosh 37 53
Dave Dohm 36 34
Ian Lindsay 36 44
Simon Compton 28 32
James Tucker 26 24
Graham Wilkes 26 34
Steve Turner 20 30
Paul Cockayne 15 15
Christer Kallin 9 1
Aires Martins Jr. 5 5



 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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