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Ian is the Champion!

The tPs Burning Hot Question of the Week

Who would be your PL manager of the season?

  • Ronald Koeman (36%, 4 Votes)
  • Jose Mourinho (27%, 3 Votes)
  • Alan Pardew (18%, 2 Votes)
  • Arsene Wenger (9%, 1 Votes)
  • Garry Monk (9%, 1 Votes)
  • Louis van Gaal (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Nigel Pearson (1%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 11

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Sudden Death

Sudden Death is a bare-knuckle scrap between you and the Grim Reaper.

Select a different team each week to win their game. If they do, you survive to fight again.

If not, sorry, you’re dead!

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Time, the sneaky little blighter, brings us squarely back to where we began. Another summer, another close-season, another tPs over and done with. It’s been a cracker with some terrific scoring, some outstanding performances and, hopefully, an extra slice of fun and excitement to your footballing weekends.

Congratulations go to my fine old cousin and tPs spouse Ian who holds on to take the tPs League Championship with a rollocking great total of 1179 points, 35 ahead of Jono in second place. Either Ian took his foot off the gas in the run in, or Jono pulled out his a-game, but that gap seriously narrowed in the last few weeks. For the want of an extra couple of rounds we might have had a different champ, but it’s Ian’s title and well done to him.

To be honest, Jono‘s probably not too disappointed with his lot, as he was the runaway winner of this season’s tPs Cup. Poor JennyG took a bit of a thrashing with the final score after two legs of 113 to 8. Yikes, that’s a drubbing! Congratulations Jono, excellent stuff.

So to this week’s performances and our man Jono’s right up there again, and had it been for one more correct result or a couple more scores he would have made an amazing hat-trick of prizes. Jono was one of three punters finishing at the top in Week 39 along with Wainwright and Flookyflood, all on 67 points. In the end it was Flookyflood who became the final Punter of the Week of the season thanks to his two correct scores against just one for the others. Well done Flookster!

So to this week’s, and this season’s, prize winners.

League
1st:
Ian – no prize.
2nd: Jono – £50.
3rd: Wainwright – £35.
4th: Whistlin Bob – £25.
5th: Kev79 – £15.

Cup
Jono wins £10 and free entry to next season’s tPs as winner of the Cup.

Flookyflood takes a tenner as this week’s Punter of the Week.

Have fun, all of you, with your respective trips to Amazon, and many congratulations!

Well, that’s it for another season here at tPs. We hope you’ve enjoyed it and will be back again in a couple of short months. Champions Ian, Jono and Chelsea will all be there to be shot down, so enjoy your rest, get some sunshine in you, and we hope to see you all very soon!

Rob (and Ian)


Your Predictions

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Game Home v Away Score Poss Win Result Poss Win
1 Arsenal v West Brom
2 Aston Villa v Burnley
3 Chelsea v Sunderland
4 Crystal Palace v Swansea
5 Everton v Tottenham
6 Hull v Man Utd
7 Leicester v QPR
8 Man City v Southampton
9 Newcastle v West Ham
10 Stoke v Liverpool
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The tPs League


  Player ScP ReP w39 Total
1 Ian -93 1272 52 1179 Stays in the same position as last week
2 Jono -170 1304 67 1134 Stays in the same position as last week
3 Wainwright -102 1197 67 1095 Stays in the same position as last week
4 Whistlin Bob -112 1152 40 1040 5th last week, a change of +1 positions
5 Kev79 -79 1117 31 1038 4th last week, a change of -1 positions
6 flookyflood -116 1147 67 1031 8th last week, a change of +2 positions
7 SteveH -104 1132 49 1028 6th last week, a change of -1 positions
8 Scoot -124 1137 37 1013 7th last week, a change of -1 positions
9 Rob -183 1176 52 993 10th last week, a change of +1 positions
10 Stevemanics -150 1128 52 978 11th last week, a change of +1 positions
11 Gripweed -116 1082 22 966 9th last week, a change of -2 positions
12 kp -119 1085 46 966 Stays in the same position as last week
13 Blue Stu -140 1061 43 921 14th last week, a change of +1 positions
14 pubcarparkninja -177 1086 25 909 13th last week, a change of -1 positions
15 smelling of roses -198 1104 31 906 Stays in the same position as last week
16 Average Chris -155 1049 34 894 Stays in the same position as last week
17 Bob -148 1025 43 877 18th last week, a change of +1 positions
18 chriscol -207 1073 22 866 17th last week, a change of -1 positions
19 Barnes -173 1019 46 846 20th last week, a change of +1 positions
20 Rhys S -253 1090 61 837 26th last week, a change of +6 positions

ScP=Points from Scores, ReP=Points from Results.


Top Scores in Week 39



Player Points
Wainwright 67
flookyflood 67
Jono 67
Sparky 64
Rhys S 61
Ian 52
Stevemanics 52
Rob 52
SteveH 49
clarep 49
kp 46
Barnes 46
Blue Stu 43
mrs ninja 43
Scott B 43
Bob 43
Adge 40
Whistlin Bob 40
Cam 37
Scoot 37


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tPs: No! :-) (27/05 20:11)

pubcarparkninja: Team TPS, can we have one last special cup final weekend prediction? We get our usual 50 points, but have only two games to blow it all on, the FA Cup Final, and the Scottish Cup Final (Falkirk vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle for those not paying attention, seriously……. I know, ridiculous). We can load points on the score, or on the result. Come on, you know it makes sense, all for fun like…. (26/05 21:40)

Kev79: Have a good summer everyone. Thanks to Ian and Rob for all their hard work again this year. (26/05 21:39)

Barnes: As Cilla would say ‘Tara for now’, I am quite looking forward to 2 months without football after the FA cup final, and not just because I am disheartened by the performance of STFC at Wembley on Sunday.

I attended the ‘Cheese Rolling’ near Gloucester yesterday, and I have been transfixed by the test match at Lords (having sat through the 2nd day in the Edrich Stand watching England mange a paltry 2 wickets), and thankfully the busy summer schedule will afford fine distractions. Enjoy the summer everyone whatever your plans are, be it Pimms at Wimbledon, champagne at Henley, or chilled Vimto and gin at the Blackpool Sands Donkey Derby. (26/05 10:15)

Barnes: I like the spirit of the FFF there PCPN hindsight is a wonderful thing but the answers are clearly
1 – Oh
2 – my
3 – God
4 – no
5 – weep. (26/05 10:04)