A warm welcome to our weekly fixtures article. We will attempt to dissect the upcoming fixture schedule and give you a guide as to which teams we feel have favourable fixtures ahead and which teams face an uphill struggle over the next few weeks. We will be looking at the next 4 fixtures and identifying 3 teams that fall into each category to help you to plan your team selection and transfers accordingly. Favourable Fixtures ARSENAL Southampton (H), Cardiff (A), Hull (H), Everton (H) Despite the defeat to Man Utd, Arsenal still find themselves sitting pretty at the top of the table and 3 home ...[Read More]
Banterbury Cup Round 1 Results GW5 1 Wanderers1869 26 v 27 Fergie’s Henchmen 2 Norfulk-in-chance 61 v 39 BRYAN MUNICH FC (Cooper) 3 Arsene’s Profit 34 v 45 The Flying Indian 4 White Boys Day 42 v 53 Slumdog Mignolet 5 Manlet F.C 43 v walkover *Search & Destroy* didnt confirm name change 6 Prata 29 v 45 Bodene’s Army 7 Bryan Munich (O Seanachain) 46 v 35 Nifty’s Hotshots 8 Stokes FC 28 v 57 Powerful Potty Fc 9 Owls Rule 32 v 21 IFM PaLmeRo 10 Wavey Squad 44 v 26 Sporting Abeergut 11 Gunnersaurus 55 v 31CFC(Awesome) 12 Destined Champions 38 v 8 The SpecialOne 13 ALSED FC 36 v 35 CR 14 Denbow...[Read More]
The Banterbury Cup is the Banterbury League version of the FA Cup, where the league table is thrown out of the window and the minnows in the lower leagues can pit their fantasy football expertise and attempt to cause an upset against those teams in the top leagues. All 80 teams enter the Cup at the start of the season and ties are played every 5 game-weeks on a knockout basis until GW35 when the remaining two teams compete in the final to see who will be crowned Banterbury Cup Winner 2013/14.
Captain’s Picks Welcome to our weekly Captain’s Picks article. Every week we will look to elucidate potential captains for the forthcoming game-week and give you our opinions on the merits of each, but then also delve a little deeper by analysing their recent stats to help make that crucial decision a little easier for you. Our Captain’s Picks for this week are as follows:
Aston Villa 2-0 Cardiff A spectacular free-kick from Leandro Bacuna saw Aston Villa end their goal drought against a tough Cardiff City outfit. Villa had gone seven-and-a-half hours without finding the net before the Dutch winger’s effort. Villa also kept their first home clean sheet for 16 games as Cardiff were brought back down to earth following their derby win over Swansea. It wasn’t all plain sailing at Villa Park though – there was a growing sense of disquiet in the stands as the clock ticked away on Villa’s wait for a goal. David Marshall, the Cardiff goalkeeper, produced 3 ...[Read More]