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About salkster2102

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    Youth Team

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    Pessimism comes naturally being a Stocksbridge and Liverpool fan


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    Football, Liverpool FC, Stocksbridge Park Steels FC, England

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  1. FMS Predictions League 2017/18

    Considering I won this league 8 years ago, i'm fast becoming the Liverpool of this league
  2. FMS Predictions League 2017/18

    Week 5: Friday 15 September Bournemouth 2-2 Brighton 20:00 Saturday 16 September Crystal Palace 2-1 Southampton 12:30 Huddersfield 2-1 Leicester 15:00 Liverpool 2-0 Burnley 15:00 Newcastle 1-1 Stoke 15:00 Watford 2-3 Man City 15:00 West Brom 1-0 West Ham 15:00 Spurs 3-1 Swansea 17:30 Sunday 17 September Chelsea 3-0 Arsenal 13:30 Man Utd 3-1 Everton 16:00
  3. FMS Predictions League 2017/18

    Week 4: Saturday 09 September Man City 1-3 Liverpool 12:30 Arsenal 2-0 Bournemouth 15:00 Brighton 1-2 West Brom 15:00 Everton 1-1 Spurs 15:00 Leicester 1-2 Chelsea 15:00 Southampton 2-2 Watford 15:00 Stoke 1-1 Man Utd 17:30 Sunday 10 September Burnley 2-0 Crystal Palace 13:30 Swansea 2-1 Newcastle 16:00 Monday 11 September West Ham 3-2 Huddersfield 20:00
  4. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    Awesome I am working for a Finnish company called Outokumpu. Up the Scandanavians Should come to a game and say hello sometime i'm usually there. I'm even doing the tannoy on Saturday and next Tuesday!
  5. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    What you up to nowadays old friend?
  6. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    Careful we are supposed to be the ones that go on about history...
  7. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    Here are my predictions: Group A: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group B: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group C: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group D: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group E: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group F: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group G: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Group H: Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal, Not Arsenal Sorry
  8. FMS Predictions League 2017/18

    Week 3: Saturday 26 August Bournemouth 0-2 Man City 12:30 Crystal Palace 0-0 Swansea 15:00 Huddersfield 2-1 Southampton 15:00 Newcastle 2-2 West Ham 15:00 Watford 2-1 Brighton 15:00 Man Utd 3-1 Leicester 17:30 Sunday 27 August Chelsea 2-0 Everton 13:30 West Brom 1-0 Stoke 13:30 Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal 16:00 Spurs 3-0 Burnley 16:00
  9. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    Has he been let out of Gav's cellar?
  10. [FM17] Out Of His League

    A non league venture excellent! I thought about trying Salford myself recently so I'm looking forward to seeing what you can do my old friend. Good luck!
  11. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    There isn't a rule as such that determines what is a short story or a long story. We are quite freelance here It's all down to interpretation really at when you think a short story drags into a long story. Think of the timeframe of your story and how long it needs to be to keep the reader interested before they are tired of it. This is your story to tell none of us here are being paid for it so just do it how you want. Do it how you feel you will get the most enjoyment out of telling your story that's all anyone can ask.
  12. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    I'm going to give 2 XI's. One of who I can remember playing and how much they did for the Premier League. And then a dream Premier League Team. Schmeichel G Neville Terry Ferdinand Cashley Cole C Ronaldo Lampard Gerrard Giggs Shearer Drogba Dream XI Schmeichel G Neville Ferdinand Terry Cashley Cole Viera/Keane Gerrard Lampard/X Alonso (the latter being one of my favourite ever Liverpool players. Bit of bias but so underestimated how good this guy was) C Ronaldo Henry Suarez
  13. FMS Predictions League 2017/18

    Week 2: Saturday 19 August Swansea 0-2 Man Utd 12:30 Bournemouth 2-1 Watford 15:00 Burnley 1-1 West Brom 15:00 Leicester 3-1 Brighton 15:00 Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace 15:00 Southampton 1-1 West Ham 15:00 Stoke 1-2 Arsenal 17:30 Sunday 20 August Huddersfield 2-1 Newcastle 13:30 Spurs 2-1 Chelsea 16:00 Monday 21 August Man City 2-0 Everton 20:00
  14. FMS Predictions League 2017/18

    Guess who forgot Sunday 13 August Newcastle 1-2 Spurs 13:30 Man Utd 3-1 West Ham 16:00
  15. FMS Community Thread / Episode VII / Goalfinger

    My two pennies for what it's worth. 1st. Man Utd. Can't believe i'm saying this but i'm expecting United to be very strong this year. Mourinho has built his team now and will be very hard to beat next season. Pogba will be much better this season and I expect bully boy Lukaku to turn all the draws they had last season into wins. Whether they can do it in the big games is the question but Matic will once again prove to be a big signing. 2nd. Man City. Guardiola was a tactically naive last season and I believe he will have learnt some lessons. Still expect him to make a few mistakes too many. If they can sort their goalkeeper out and keep Kompany fit then could be the difference between 1st and 2nd. Expect them to finish up just short. 3rd. Liverpool. Whether we challenge for the title or not depends on if we can keep Coutinho. If we do then we have a chance but it looks like he's going sadly. Picking us to finish top of the 3rd-6th mini league. 4th. Tottenham. If they wasn't playing at Wembley then i'd say they could challenge for the title but they will be just too inconsistent. Their away form last season wasn't that good either but I think their first 11 is good enough to scrape top 4. 5th. Chelsea. The loss of Matic to a rival will hurt them and then the self implosion of kicking out Costa and Terry will hurt them more than they will want to tell. Morata I don't think will be that good a signing he was clearly second choice to Lukaku. I expect teams to figure out the same tactics as last season and Conte will be gone by Christmas. 6th. Arsenal. If it wasn't for the amount of injuries they get and being in the Europa League I would have said 5th but for those reasons I will say 6th and then Au revoir to Wenger. 7th. Everton. Best of the rest. Will take a bit for all the new signings to gel and I really can see them persisting with Rooney too much. 8th. West Ham. Think they will improve this season and the signing of Hernandez could prove a shrewd buy. Just need to improve the home form. 9th. Leicester. Comfortably safe but not strong enough to challenge the elite. 10th. Bournemouth. I like Eddie Howe but I can't see how much further he can take Bournemouth. Think he will stay one more impressive year and move on next year. 11th. Stoke. Plenty of experience here they shouldn't have any problems. 12th. West Brom. The safe card Pulis will once again boringly stay up bla bla bla bla. 13th. Palace. Decent enough squad should just stay above relegation lot. 14th. Newcastle. Welcome back Newcastle. Rafa been in this game long enough and I expect the rest of the league to give them more respect than Brighton or Huddersfield. 15th. Southampton. Just think they are due a bad season and when Van Dijk goes that's a massive hole they won't be able to fill. 16th. Swansea. Will struggle again and if they stay up relies on them keeping Sigurdsson. 17th. Brighton. Will have a bright start and then fade away towards the end and just scrape to safety. 18th. Watford. Don't remember them being that good last season and even though I think Marco Silva did alright at Hull they are due a bad season. 19th. Burnley. I like Sean Dyche but they will have second season blues. 20th. Huddersfield. Great fairytale having little old Town that is close to me in the Prem but wow are they going to be well overmatched.