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    World Cup 2018

    I didn't watch every game, but regardless,, here's my team of the tournament: Pickford; Trippier, Granqvist, Vida, Nagatomo; Herrera, Modric, Golovin; Inui, Cheryshev, Mbappe.
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Belgium v England 1-0 France v Croatia 2-0 Total After Semi-Finals - 51 Final Round Total - 5 Total - 56
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Well my scores have been getting gradually worse each round, so here goes nothing: France v Belgium 3-1 Croatia v England 2-1 Total After Quarter-Finals - 49 Semi-Finals Total - 2 Total - 51
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Uruguay v France 1-1Brazil v Belgium 2-0Sweden v England 0-2Russia v Croatia 1-2 Total After Round Of 16 - 43 Q/F Total - 6 Total - 49
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    I started well enough, but now that we're getting toward the business end I'm fading badly. Does that make me the Vibe equivalent of Arsenal?
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    France v Argentina 1-0 Uruguay v Portugal 0-1 Spain v Russia 2-0 Croatia v Denmark 2-0 Brazil v Mexico 1-0 Belgium v Japan 3-0 Sweden v Switzerland 1-1 Columbia v England 1-1 Group Stage Total - 31 RO 16 Total - 12 Total - 43
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Ok, so I only got 4 that round. But I was resting for the next round! If it's a good enough excuse for Southgate...
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    My predictions this round:
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    @Woody I'm relying on Poland to get a goal back in this one, seems unlikely!
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Been fairly lucky so far, it seems. But there's been quite a few I could never have predicted. Really not sure about the next round, but here goes: Saudi Arabia v Egypt 0-1 Uruguay v Russia 1-1 Iran v Portugal 0-2 Spain v Morocco 2-0 Australia v Peru 0-0 (there's got to be one eventually, right?) Denmark v France 0-1 Iceland v Croatia 0-2 Nigeria v Argentina 2-2 Mexico v Sweden 1-1 South Korea v Germany 0-2 Serbia v Brazil 0-1 Switzerland v Costa Rica 0-0 Japan v Poland 1-0 Senegal v Columbia 2-1 England v Belgium 0-2 Panama v Tunisia 0-0 Round 1 Total - 15 Round 2 Total - 12 Round 3 Total - 4 Total - 31
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Russia v Egypt 1-1 Portugal v Morocco 2-0 Uruguay v Saudi Arabia 2-0 Iran v Spain 0-2 Denmark v Australia 0-0 France v Peru 2-1 Argentina v Croatia 1-0 Brazil v Costa Rica 2-0 Nigeria v Iceland 0-1 Serbia v Switzerland 0-0 Belgium v Tunisia 2-0 South Korea v Mexico 0-1 Germany v Sweden 1-0 England v Panama 1-0 Japan v Senegal 0-1 Poland v Colombia 1-1 Round 1 Total - 15 Round 2 Total - 12 Total - 27
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    World Cup 2018 Prediction League

    Russia v Saudi Arabia 0-0 Egypt v Uruguay 1-3 Morocco v Iran 0-0 Portugal v Spain 1-1 France v Australia 2-0 Argentina v Iceland 2-0 Peru v Denmark 1-1 Croatia v Nigeria 2-0 Costa Rica v Serbia 0-1 Germany v Mexico 2-0 Brazil v Switzerland 3-0 Sweden v South Korea 1-0 Belgium v Panama 3-0 Tunisia v England 0-0 Colombia v Japan 2-0 Poland v Senegal 2-0 Total - 15
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    Double Trouble in Milan (OME)

    Season 8: After a poor showing in the knockout competitions last season, and our lowest points total in the league for 5 years, the coaching staff felt it was time to renovate the squad. Out when some of the heroes of the past few years: Ricardo Rodriguez, Luan, Bryan Cristante & Andrea Conti. In came Lucas Tousart for £50m, having just led Lyon to a surprise French Cup win, Italy international Gianluca Mancini, for £100m from Barcelona, and wonder kid Alessio Albertini for £82m after grabbing 10 goals and 12 assists during his breakthrough season with Roma. Results: A good start against a much improved Inter team, who have just signed Timo Werner & Herving Lozano. Not so great, once again, in the cup. But Bologna are a team on the up: We won the league for the 7th time in a row, helped by the fact that Juve inexplicably fell apart: And the biggest prize of all in club football? Very close wins over Bayern and Benfica, followed by revenge against Madrid. That's 5 during my time, 11 in total. With Madrid's win last season that puts them on 13. Can we overtake them before the challenge finishes? Key Events: For the first time I have stuck with a career long enough to rename a stadium. I considered naming it after myself, but thought that was a bit much. So let me introduce you to the Stadio Paolo Maldini. It did indeed turn out to be a fortress. And, even better, Ancelotti finally got sacked after Italy somehow failed to get out of a European Championship group containing Switzerland and the Czech Republic. The Nation's League was up next: England, in a final?! I guess the game can't be realistic all the time. The Main Event: Their best season yet! Helped by Albertini's 20 passing and 20 creativity (and 4 stamina!). 123 for Milan, and 13 for Italy. 751/1,200.
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    Double Trouble in Milan (OME)

    Season 7: Bit part players Hakan Calhanoglu and Andre Silva finally got fed up and were sold for £28.5m to Arsenal and £60m to PSG, respectively. Which means that, during my time as manager so far, we've actually made a profit! Results: Still not a lot of luck in the cup: And getting worse in the Champions League: At least we lost to the eventual champions. Odegaard finally fulfilling his potential and leading Real back to the top. We did, on route, thrash Craoiva, who contained this fallen giant: Also won Serie A, again. The Main Event: Injuries, an aging team behind them, and an early exit from the Champions League meant this was their worst season! Perhaps doing a scoring challenge on OME in the notoriously defensive Italy was a bit much? 615/1,200. Half way there at least.
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    Double Trouble in Milan (OME)

    Season 6 It was a sad day in Italy and across the football world when, as the start of the 2022/23 season Leonardo Bonnucci hung up his boots. He had captained AC Milan to 4 consecutive Serie A titles and 4 Champions League wins, as well as winning 3 Coppa Italia's, 3 Club World Cups, and 1 Europa League. He also appeared in the Serie A team of the year in each of his last 5 seasons as a player. To try and replace him Milan have promoted young prospect Matteo Gabbia from the reserves. Results: The Serie A trophy was lifted by new captain Donnarumma. But unfortunately not the Coppa Italia, nor sadly, a 5th consecutive Champions League: Penaranda, signed from Watford, earning his place in history. The Main Event: It shows how far Milan have come that winning Serie A and finishing runners up in the Champions League is considered poor form, but the stats don't lie. 554/1,200. However, Patrick Cutrone did have reason to celebrate at the end of the season - as he beat Ronaldo and Messi's records for most Balon D'Or's: Perhaps the dip in form was facilitated by a distracted manager, who, as well as leading his club, as led Poland to European Championship Qualification, before handing the job over to a younger, Polish manager.
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