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Pottys Predictions

Fantasy Football Pottys Predictions Game-week 26

Fantasy Football Pottys Predictions Game-week 26

Pottys Predictions FPL Champions LeagueFor those that have been with us from the start of FF247, and maybe even in our former life on FFCheat, you will know our good friend and founder of this, our weekly predictions competition, Potty Proctor well. You may also be aware that Potty has been battling a few illnesses as of late and so we haven’t heard much from the man himself in recent months. His article has continued regardless in the good hands of his many ‘helpers’ but we were delighted to hear from the man himself this week, albeit with not the best of news but of course always with a fighting spirit and determination. We shall hand you over to Potty to explain in his own words…

“To all my immediate Family, yes that’s you on FF24,7 where do I start?
As you know I have not appeared on here in ages so let me explain.
A few of you knew I was ill but never knew why?
Well how can I put this?
Sadly I have Lung Cancer, its a massive blow for me and all who love me and I know loads on here do, pervert!
But please don’t get upset because I need ‘Team Potty’ behind me, and why you may ask?
Well its simple, with support behind me I will beat and destroy this fucking (sorry admin) crap disease.
For now I must rest as the chemotherapy has knackered me and my immune system.
My plan’s are if I recover is to host a ‘Potty Euro Fantasy Football’ Tournament which I hope you’ll sign up for?
Plus I can’t die knowing that Inittowinit is the current holder can I?
Miss you all loads but I need to recharge my sapping energy levels.
See you in June.
Big Hugs xxxxx
Potty”

From all the team at FF247 we sincerely wish our good friend Potty the best in his recovery and look forward to him hosting our Euro’s comp’s in the summer.

This weeks winner!
We asked you last week to name three strikers from any team and choose a captain. Nice try to nicksdj and Punk Dragon for selecting Firmino but unfortunately he’s a midfielder in strikers clothing. Our eventual winner selected the trio of Giroud (c), Aguero and Defoe and so two late goals from two of those secured the win with 22 points, narrowly edging out NIN on 21.

Step forward and congratulations to CONSTANTINE. Please e-mail the site as per below with your address and t-shirt size. Well done!

As a bit of housekeeping, we know some winners have had their prize but we are aware that there will still be some previous winners out there that didn’t receive it but unfortunately we have no way of identifying which were sent and which weren’t right now so if that is the case then please don’t be shy and contact us at contact@fantasyfootball247.co.uk to claim your FF247 t-shirt.

And so onto this weeks competition to win an exclusive Fantasy Football 247 t-shirt…

Let’s play Potty’s Predictions
Proper old school and back to the original format in honour of our great prediction’s leader!

Quite simply predict the scores of the following games from this weeks fixtures –

Sunderland v Man United

Chelsea v Newcastle United

Arsenal v Leicester City

Man City v Spurs

Wealdstone v Oxford City

Tie-breaker – Total goals in our 5 featured games.

Big hugs,

Potty’s helpers.

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  1. 1
    inittowinit says:

    Welcome back Potty! Touching post my friend and I wish you the best in your recovery and you have been in my thoughts over the past few months.

    Here are mine for this week…

    Sunderland v Man United 0 – 2

    Chelsea v Newcastle United 2- 0

    Arsenal v Leicester City 1 – 1

    Man City v Spurs 2 – 2

    Wealdstone v Oxford City 2 – 1

    Tie-breaker – 13

  2. 2
    DMC says:

    I am not one of those from the start of FF247 but I can say that since I did start to follow the site I’ve played nearly every Potty’s Predictions since!
    And it’s a pleasure anda an honor to haver a go at it once again. Get well fast mate.

    Sunderland v Man United: 1-2
    Chelsea v Newcastle United: 2-1
    Arsenal v Leicester City: 2-1
    Man City v Spurs: 2-1
    Wealdstone v Oxford City: 1-1
    Tie-breaker – 12 goals

  3. 4
    Ceci says:

    Sad to hear that but you are taking it sportingly, wishing you a very speedy recovery.

    Sunderland v Man United 1 – 2
    Chelsea v Newcastle United 2- 1
    Arsenal v Leicester City 3 – 1
    Man City v Spurs 1 – 2
    Wealdstone v Oxford City 1 – 2

    Tie breaker- 16 goals.

  4. 5

    Potty, We all love & miss you Buddy.

    Sunderland v Man United 0-3

    Chelsea v Newcastle United 2-0

    Arsenal v Leicester City 2-1

    Man City v Spurs 2-1

    Wealdstone v Oxford City 1-2

    Tie-Breaker 14 Goals

    #TeamPotty

  5. 6
    MrJasonBrookins says:

    Sunderland 1 : 2 Man United
    Chelsea 2 : 0 Newcastle United
    Arsenal 1 : 1 Leicester City
    Man City 1 : 2 Spurs
    Wealdstone 1 : 1 Oxford City

    Tie-breaker: 12 goals



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