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KCs and MotM for Week 38 Apr 25th 26th 29th 30th and May 1st

Post by Judio » 24 Apr 2006, 22:44

Please post here having SEEN the Goals

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Post by Bramernic » 25 Apr 2006, 00:31

Official MotMs from Telegraph website:

Aston Villa v Man City: Darius Vassell By William Johnson
West Ham v Liverpool: Djibril Cisse By John Ley
Birmingham v Newcastle: Craig Moore By John Ley
Charlton v Blackburn: Steven Reid By Christopher Davies
Chelsea v Man United: John Terry By Henry Winter
Liverpool v Aston Villa: Steven Gerrard By Martin Smith
Man City v Fulham: Steed Malbranque By Ben Findon
Middlesbrough v Everton: James McFadden by Rob Stewart
Wigan v Portsmouth: Benjani Mwaruwari By William Johnson
Tottenham v Bolton: Ivan Campo By David Miller
Sunderland v Arsenal: Thierry Henry by Rob Stewart
West Brom v West Ham: Nigel Reo-Coker by Mark Ogden
Man United v Middlesbrough: Cristiano Ronaldo by William Johnson

Official KCs from TTF website:

Aston Villa 0-1 Man City
Vassell (Reyna)

West Ham 1-2 Liverpool
Cisse (-)
Reo-Coker (Zamora, Sheringham)
Cisse (Fowler)

Birmingham 0-0 Newcastle

Charlton 0-2 Blackburn
Reid (Pedersen)
Powell og (-)

Chelsea 3-0 Man United
Gallas (Lampard, Drogba)
Cole (-)
Carvalho (Cole)

Liverpool 3-1 Aston Villa
Morientes (Alonso)
Barry (Hughes)
Gerrard (Alonso)
Gerrard (-)

Man City 1-2 Fulham
Dunne (Barton, Richards)
John (Boa Morte)
Malbranque (Boa Morte)

Middlesbrough 0-1 Everton
McFadden (Osman)

Wigan 1-2 Portsmouth
Camera (Thompson, Jackson)
Mwaruwari (Taylor)
Taylor (-)

Tottenham 1-0 Bolton
Lennon (Carrick)

Man United 0-0 Middlesbrough

Sunderland 0-3 Arsenal
Collins og (Henry)
Fabregas (Henry)
Henry (-)

West Brom 0-1 West Ham
Reo-Coker (Zamora)
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Post by thelip » 25 Apr 2006, 08:56

Aston Villa 0 v Manchester City 1

MOTM - VASSELL

Aston Villa

Sorensen, Mellberg, Cahill, Ridgewell(Phillips 76), Hughes
McCann, Barry, Samuel, Milner, Angel, Baros(Agbonlahor 58)

Unused Subs: Taylor, Bouma, Gardner
Cards: Ridgewell
Goals:

Manchester City

James, Sommeil, Richards, Dunne, Distin
Sinclair, Reyna, Barton, Riera(Musampa 90), Samaras(Sibierski 45), Vassell(Jihai 87)

Unused Subs: Weaver, Flood
Cards: Sommeil
Goals: Vassell 71(Reyna)
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Post by browny » 26 Apr 2006, 01:02

Man of the match: Darius Vassell By William Johnson

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Post by murf » 26 Apr 2006, 01:19

Reyna KC

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Post by thelip » 26 Apr 2006, 08:34

West Ham 1 v Liverpool 2

MOTM - CISSE

West Ham

Walker, Scaloni, Ferdinand, Collins(Fletcher 45), Ward
Etherington, Benayoun(Harewood 77), Mullins, Reo-Coker, Zamora, Sheringham

Unused Subs: Hislop, Ephraim, Reid
Cards: Mullins 82
Goals: Reo-Coker 46(Zamora, Sheringham)

Liverpool

Dudek, Finnan(Hyypia 63), Carragher, Kromkamp, Traore
Cisse, Hamann, Sissoko, Warnock, Fowler(Garcia 80), Morientes(Riise 85)

Unused Subs: Reina, Alonso
Cards: Garcia 82
Goals: Cisse 19(-), Cisse 54(Fowler)
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Post by snowy » 26 Apr 2006, 08:39

Rafa has hinted strongly that certain players might be rested. I'm guessing Gerrard and probably kewell (went off injured on sat) are likely candidates...

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Post by anon6 » 26 Apr 2006, 09:20

browny wrote:Man of the match: Darius Vassell By William Johnson
With MOTM....a goal becomes a brace :x

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Post by snowy » 26 Apr 2006, 09:25

anon1086 wrote:
browny wrote:Man of the match: Darius Vassell By William Johnson
With MOTM....a goal becomes a brace :x
slowly catching on are we? ;)


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Post by Bramernic » 26 Apr 2006, 10:15

Not that many will be interested, last night's KC has been confirmed on TTF and is in the second post on this thread.

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Post by Dazza » 26 Apr 2006, 11:39

snowy wrote:Rafa has hinted strongly that certain players might be rested. I'm guessing Gerrard and probably kewell (went off injured on sat) are likely candidates...
Thanks for the Tip off. I was planning my last few transfers tonight to take Full advantage of the Extra games as Both teams are in the Final as well.
Will plan all my Options and then will be checking the team news before clicking that button. Superleague is virtually sown up now but have just dropped back out of the top 1000 after a dreadful 2 weeks and want to try and finish back in there for my highest ever finish if poss.

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Post by DazJames2k » 26 Apr 2006, 14:34

When do last nights games & tonights games points get added on?

Is it on next wednesdays points?

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Post by Judio » 26 Apr 2006, 14:37

Yes Fantasy weeks are from Tuesday to Monday

This thread is for Week 38 which is printed in Paper on Weds 3rd May

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Post by axel » 26 Apr 2006, 14:38

Scores will be updated midnight on Thursday/Friday on the website as well.

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Post by DazJames2k » 26 Apr 2006, 14:39

Sweet - I put Vassell in last night, so that'll bump my score up some more.

324th at the moment :D

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Post by nelly1976 » 26 Apr 2006, 15:42

DazJames2k wrote:Sweet - I put Vassell in last night, so that'll bump my score up some more.

324th at the moment :D
Me too, well chuffed with myself on that one. :lol:
Couldn't decide between Samaras or Vassell but remember someone saying that people always score on their old stomping ground. Normally when i bring players in they get sent off or injured so this makes a nice change.

Ok enough gloating.... :P

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Post by Judio » 26 Apr 2006, 22:54

WHM 1 LIV 2

Cisse (possibly Sissoko but just outside the box )
Reo-Coker (Zamora and Sheringham)
Cisse (Fowler)

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Post by browny » 27 Apr 2006, 00:14

Man of the match: Djibril Cisse By John Ley

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Post by workie-ticket » 27 Apr 2006, 09:03

shouldn't there be a "sticky" for this thread? i couldn't see it at the top of the page and (shock!) actually had to SCROLL DOWN a bit! :shock:

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Post by Vsz » 27 Apr 2006, 10:34

It usually doesn't become a sticky straight away (it's been set up quite early due to the Tuesday match).

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Post by AJC1964 » 27 Apr 2006, 10:38

it won't be a sticky this week, so your have to work for this week :lol:

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Post by Bramernic » 27 Apr 2006, 11:09

Confirmed KCs from TTF - nothing for Sissoko.

West Ham 1-2 Liverpool
Cisse (-)
Reo-Coker (Zamora and Sheringham)
Cisse (Fowler)

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Post by murf » 27 Apr 2006, 11:14

Bramernic wrote:Confirmed KCs from TTF - nothing for Sissoko.
Not suprised there, he would probably have got it if it had been a first time shot but not after Cisse moved it.

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Post by Sabrewulf » 27 Apr 2006, 11:35

Didn't see the game, was the MOTM for Cisse deserved, or was it just a brace=hatrick scenario again? :wink:

Also I hope from the recent TFF survey that has gone out, that we are all saying No More MOMs next season!

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Post by murf » 27 Apr 2006, 12:03

Sabrewulf wrote:Also I hope from the recent TFF survey that has gone out, that we are all saying No More MOMs next season!
What survey?

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Post by HOOTER » 28 Apr 2006, 17:21

Surveys are only useful if they do anything with them.

How many people said MOM's were a good idea last year. Not many I would guess, but that doesnt stop them doing them, because they are there to sell papers .

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Post by snowy » 28 Apr 2006, 17:26

they won't be getting rid of MOM at all. They don't love us or care enough about keeping the game pure.

The MIGHT reduce it to 3pts though, and i think that's really the best we can hope for.

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Post by SamD » 28 Apr 2006, 17:56

murf wrote:
Also I hope from the recent TFF survey that has gone out, that we are all saying No More MOMs next season!
What survey?
This may refer to the online questionnaire. Extract of email received on Wed 26 April:

"Dear Telegraph Fantasy Football Panel member,

Our latest survey is now available - we really appreciate receiving your views. This is your chance to tell us about the football stories that matter, etc...

Please click on the link below to access the survey -
xxx (removed, as includes team code)
If you have any queries please click here: telegraph@edigitalresearch.com

Telegraph Sports Marketing Manager"


One of the questions is:

Which of the rules from the Premiership Telegraph Fantasy game would you change for the World Cup?
(Tick all that apply)
- No more Man of the Match
- Bonus points for players winning a match
- More choices of formations, 3-5-2, 4-2-4 etc
- Include penalty shoot-outs
- Ignore penalty shoot-outs
- Limit the number of players chosen from each country
- None, keep the same rules

Btw, wonder who was first to suggest TFF compromise of three points for man/match?
This seems to have been taken up by quite a few on these boards...

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Post by murf » 28 Apr 2006, 22:12

I didn't sign up for that panel cos it sounded like they wanted to ask about football stuff (e.g. who should be England manager) and I couldn't be bothered with that....

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Post by snowy » 29 Apr 2006, 10:53

SamD wrote:
Btw, wonder who was first to suggest TFF compromise of three points for man/match?
This seems to have been taken up by quite a few on these boards...
i think foxy said that when he spoke to jed pittman, that jed mentioned something about it.

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