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 41 
 on: July 29, 2016, 06:18:31 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by bergeroo
German lower league football starts this weekend. The Regional League North East (4th tier) is interesting this season. A number of former big clubs from the East have struggled in the united German leagues and some have fallen down the pyramid. There seems a big disparity between some of the teams in the division this season. I've not seen any odds for the title and I'm not sure you can bet it, but to me there are four sides who will challenge for promotion. Dynamo, Berliner AK and the excellently named Wacker Nordhausen all strengthening in the off season and Cottbus relegated from the third tier. Carl Zeis Jena could be a long shot outsider. I'd place BAK and Nordhausen as the top two.

FC Schönberg 95 host Berliner AK in the first match of the season.

BAK are a new money side with no tradition but a wealthy chairman (think of a smalltime version of Hoffenheim). They went on an amazing run in the second half of last season losing just one league match after Christmas, playing great football and ended up missing out on the promotion play off by the slenderest margin on goal difference to Zwickau. Along with Zwickau they were the class of the league and the two teams ended up 16 points clear
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fu%C3%9Fball-Regionalliga_Nordost_2015/16

Schönberg are one of the poorer sides in the league. If German leagues were linear they would likely be a couple of divisions below BAK, but as they are split into five regions so there is some imbalance in each division and the gulf in class seems large this year. They haven't really made many changes in the off season and the manager has been quoted in saying he would be happy to avoid relegation again.

BAK are 1/2 to win with Lads which of course is very skinny but they just seem like they have too much quality to me.
http://www.oddschecker.com/football/germany/regionalliga/fc-schonberg-v-berliner-ak-07/winner

Not gonna recommend such a short priced obscure match for Fred, but I'm gonna be betting on it myself so I wanted to add it to the thread.




 42 
 on: July 29, 2016, 06:04:35 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by bobAlike
Where does the next generation of seedless grapes come from?

A bit of the vine is cut, planted and used to make a clone. It isn't a next generation as such.

So where did the first generation come from?


By mutation apparently.
http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/questions/question/1432/

 43 
 on: July 29, 2016, 05:59:17 PM 
Started by zerofive - Last post by Steve Swift
Worked hard this  week again.  Finishing the week on the Speed 2 session of T25  is a killer especially when Friday is a double session.

Also started to sort the press ups and Abs exercises, did 2 abs sessions and 3 press up session as well as the T25 above, i now have  a datum point for these.

Press ups x 10,  2 mins rest 5 reps so 50 in total, which bear in mind 8 was the most I thought that I could do Smiley  So probably continue in the same vein for a while, then add more press ups and reduce rest time, 50 here I come.

The good news is I can now stop worrying/aiming for weight loss as this week I met and exceeded my target, I lost 3.5 lbs and on checking my waist lost  another 1/2" total weight loss 15.5lb target 14lb, waist 4.5 " target 4".

So will perhaps check the scales once  a month to keep an eye on and will turn my attention to tha tape measure and my still work to do tum.

If I can sort out  a before and after pic I will, ypu can deffo see the 4.5inch waist loss Smiley

Cheers

Steve

 44 
 on: July 29, 2016, 05:01:22 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
these are always interesting and sometimes hilarious, the Ashcroft focus groups

"In the space of a month, Britain has voted to leave the EU, the Prime Minister has resigned and been replaced by a new one, Cabinet ministers have been unexpectedly sacked or promoted, the Leader of the Opposition has lost a vote of no confidence and is being challenged for his position. I decided to ask the voters what they thought of it all."

http://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2016/07/lord-ashcroft-my-latest-focus-groups-discuss-brexit-corbyn-cameron-and-may-the-new-iron-maiden.html

 45 
 on: July 29, 2016, 04:56:38 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Doobs
Evening tighty.

Could we have £20 on Hull to beat Wigan tonight. Hull produced the best performance I have seen this year when they beat St Hekens in a previous round. Wigan have a number of key injuries and suffer from not scoring enough. The 6/5 is good enough for me.

Suggest £20 Hull @ 6/5 with coral or Hills

Hull Wigan v Hull Winner
6/5
Total Stake: £20.00
Potential Returns: £44.00

----

(sorry about the horse, was away for an hour)


Was ok.  I wasn't serious.  I just forgot about it until it was too late.  Maybe we smash them tomorrow instead.

 46 
 on: July 29, 2016, 04:52:59 PM 
Started by mondatoo - Last post by mondatoo
Target : £349

Reached : £416.26

From :

Me - £25 PAID
Eso - £25
Tightend - £25 PAID
Dewi - £25 PAID
ANON 1 - £25 PAID
Booder - £21.26 PAID
Nakor - £20
BobAlike - £25 PAID
Kev B - £20 PAID
redsimon - £25 PAID
ripple11 - £25 PAID
bagel - £20
Red-Dog - £25 PAID
craigbetts - £20 PAID
Geo the Sarge - £50 PAID
horseplayer - £20 PAID
Graham C - £20 PAID

 47 
 on: July 29, 2016, 04:51:38 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by TightEnd
Evening tighty.

Could we have £20 on Hull to beat Wigan tonight. Hull produced the best performance I have seen this year when they beat St Hekens in a previous round. Wigan have a number of key injuries and suffer from not scoring enough. The 6/5 is good enough for me.

Suggest £20 Hull @ 6/5 with coral or Hills

Hull Wigan v Hull Winner
6/5
Total Stake: £20.00
Potential Returns: £44.00

----

(sorry about the horse, was away for an hour)

 48 
 on: July 29, 2016, 04:46:15 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by exstream
I got on
At 5/1 lol
Thanks

 49 
 on: July 29, 2016, 04:44:56 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Marky147
I hope no one here smashed one of their European friends in the face after any pro-brexit posts

I've started using a razor all over my head, and ordered 3 pairs of 10 hole DMs.

Paul Golding, I'm coming for your job Grin

I'm going full Aryan Brotherhood - got a swastika in marker pen on my face

Might get one of those on my dome.

 50 
 on: July 29, 2016, 04:38:44 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Marky147
Inevitable oioi.  

Changed my mind.  I blame Tighty.  Should be chained to the board 24/7.

Hope somebody got on.

Cheesy

Well done mate.

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