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1 minute ago, Sugar Ape said:

Stop trying to chat me up. I’m not interested. 

Shut up lad you assassinated Versace 

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24 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Shut up lad you assassinated Versace 

 

I was wearing your ma like a glove when that happened so I’ve got an alibi. 

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1 hour ago, lifetime fan said:

88-98 

Have to have at least 2 players to have played in England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France plus a wild pick. 

Have to have played in all 5 leagues? Fuck off Col and whats a wild pick? Paul Elliot? 

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9 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Have to have played in all 5 leagues? Fuck off Col and whats a wild pick? Paul Elliot? 

 

No you fucking wilf. 

 

2 players must have played in France, 2 in Spain etc 

 

Wild pick is they never had to play in any of those 5 leagues during those 10 years. 

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1 hour ago, lifetime fan said:

but there’ll still be the challenge of making sure you have all the countries needed. 

 

 

Its really not

 

Say 10 players, 2x players played in France. So the most difficult league will be 20 players who played in France in that period. 

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5 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

 

 

Its really not

 

Say 10 players, 2x players played in France. So the most difficult league will be 20 players who played in France in that period. 

 

Im not interested in drafts where you end up having to pick shite mate. 

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I’m with Col. I’m all for making you have to think a little (hard for Stig I know) but there’s nothing worse than having to decide between shite like Paul McStay and  Scott Brown. 

 

I’m in as long as it’s done by the 14th September as I’m going on a stag do then.

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Ok Cols idea but with a twist. 

 

  • Have to have made a competitive appearance between 1/1/1988 and 31/12/98
  • Have to have 2 players who played in France (club games) 
  • 2 who played in England
  • 2 who played in Spain
  • 2 who played in Italy
  • 2 who played in Germany 
  • 1 player who didn't play in any of them leagues in that time period 
  • Obviously they can have played in as many of those leagues but you have to choose at point of selection which league you are assigning them too. You can't change after. 

 

Stig

Col

Rapey

Dynamite

viRdjil

 

We go on 8. Anyone can join before the last player picks. 

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I'm in.

 

Quick question;

1 player who didn't play in any of them leagues in that time period 

 

Does that mean you can pick any player that played before January 88 or after December 98 from any league anywhere in the world?

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11 minutes ago, MegadriveMan said:

I'm in.

 

Quick question;

1 player who didn't play in any of them leagues in that time period 

 

Does that mean you can pick any player that played before January 88 or after December 98 from any league anywhere in the world?

As long as he didn't play in any of them leagues mate yeah. 

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I’m out. I won’t have time to do it before I go away on this stag do. 

 

You need to tag people in so they know it’s happening. 

 

Stig

Col

MagadriveMan

Dynamite

viRdjil

 

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I've got an idea for something a bit different. A Premier league era combined XI compiled from Liverpool, Everton and Manchester United. The twist being is you have to make the worst XI you can - everyone has to be played in position as confirmed by whatever website you nerds use. There has to be at least 4 Liverpool players, 3 from Everton and 3 from Manchester United. They have to have had at least 1 appearance for that team in Premier league, if someone has played for more than 1 pick the team they played for the most. Makes a change from the usual suspects getting picked first. Feel free to amend the rules to make it more accommodating as I haven't actually competed in any of these drafts, I just swing my dick criticising y'all.

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25 minutes ago, Remmie said:

I've got an idea for something a bit different. A Premier league era combined XI compiled from Liverpool, Everton and Manchester United. The twist being is you have to make the worst XI you can - everyone has to be played in position as confirmed by whatever website you nerds use. There has to be at least 4 Liverpool players, 3 from Everton and 3 from Manchester United. They have to have had at least 1 appearance for that team in Premier league, if someone has played for more than 1 pick the team they played for the most. Makes a change from the usual suspects getting picked first. Feel free to amend the rules to make it more accommodating as I haven't actually competed in any of these drafts, I just swing my dick criticising y'all.

Sounds horrible.

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