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  1. Happy
    Foxy reacted to Crashhart in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    I’m still working out how this all works 😂😂😂,
    BTW a massive thank you to you and @Foxy for the amount of effort put into this, what with the graphics and the write ups. I’m sure I talk for everyone when I say this is a great competition 
  2. Shocked
    Foxy got a reaction from BatiGoal in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    I certain Black Cat from the beautiful city of Sunderland never forgets anything.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Rob in The Augusta Challenge: Ian Vs Foxy - 10th Hole Results   
    My turn to post first this hole so let’s see if I can put some pressure on @Ian with a good score.
    This is a tricky hole as the squad is limited in size to 30 and 15 of them have to be American or Asian, then throw in that each month I need to demote my two highest AvR players and can’t replace them until by the end of the season I have a tiny squad.
    I wasn’t so daunted by it though as I have done these types of challenges before in various community events so I know my way round them but there is only so my experience that can help when you get started.
    The Squad
    I heavy on the Americans as there was some real quality players to be had but I did get some Asians as well.
    The Season
    Remember that the scoring of this challenge is based on how many trophies I win with a birdie only being achieved if I win the whole lot.
    August
    The first opportunity to blow a birdie chance came in August with both the Charity Shield and Super Cup. With a full squad available though I had two comfortable wins in both games.


    The first two players to go were striker Nmecha and Mbappe. I could have kept Mbappe back I guess you not playing him but he is that good that as soon as I did play him he would go that month and he would have just got unhappy if he didn’t play.

    September
    It wasn’t a great start to the CL with a draw but we made a decent start to the League Cup with a comfortable win.

     
    The League Cup game was handy as I was able to play a few 2nd choice players and still win and then lose two FBs this month instead of any of the attackers.

     
    October
    Last season I went unbeaten in the league but by October I had already lost twice which was a shame as I wanted to get a good lead and win the league early before the squad was really depleted later on.

     
    Another couple of attackers went down to the reserves this month so it’s a good job I have plenty.

     
    November
    We progressed in the CL this month but it will be interesting to see if that 9-0 win makes a difference to which players were demoted this month.

     
    Again it was attackers who were demoted although Dilrosun is getting on a bit now so despite his good AvR he wasn’t so much of a lose as someone like Haaland will be.

     
    December
    The wins just keep on coming as do the goals which is great but it means a good chance that I will lose more attacking players. One bonus is that I can promote two players back into the squad from my reserves at the end of the month though.


    It was another striker going this month along with the versatile Dest who has played both up front and at left and right back so far. 
    I decided I would keep Dest in my first team and the other player promoted was a striker called Saghafi.


    January
    January was a huge month and with the league form going well I put more emphasis on the cup games by resting players which lead to a loss and draw but also we won all three cup games so it was relatively successful.

     
    Saghafi didn’t last long but then I never really expected him to but he protected Haaland for another month.

     
    February 
    The league was pretty much secured by this point as I had over a 10 point lead so the main focus is to make sure I keep progressing in the CL and FA Cup which I did.

     
    Haaland did me and huge favour by having a shocker against Inter in the first half and was on a 5 at half time so I brought him off and it helped him keep out of trouble again this month along with a CB putting in some good performances which saw him go with just 4 games played.

     
    March 
    This is the month I can get another trophy won and forgotten about in the league cup and luckily we blitzed Arsenal to keep on course for a birdie along with wins in the CL and FA Cup.

     
    After just missing out a few times Haaland finally got demoted at the end of this month along with Dest again.

     
    April
    A lot of games this month and some vital ones as well with CL matches that I must win and an FA Cup semi which again is must win.
    We scraped past Arsenal in the FA Cup and with a 1-0 win over Liverpool in the semi first leg we have a chance in the CL as well.


    I was lucky that my last striker made it to the final month of the season but the squad is small now and two midfielders leaving makes life tough.

     
    May
    The league was won by this stage and maybe not in the style I have been used to but still comfortable enough.

    The squad was struggling for fitness towards the end of the month as shown by the final three league games but we did scrape through to the CL final as we grabbed a draw at Anfield although we left it quite late.


    That means we had two finals to try and get a hard earned birdie.
     
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    Foxy got a reaction from Rob in The Augusta Challenge: Ian Vs Foxy - 10th Hole Results   
    My turn to post first this hole so let’s see if I can put some pressure on @Ian with a good score.
    This is a tricky hole as the squad is limited in size to 30 and 15 of them have to be American or Asian, then throw in that each month I need to demote my two highest AvR players and can’t replace them until by the end of the season I have a tiny squad.
    I wasn’t so daunted by it though as I have done these types of challenges before in various community events so I know my way round them but there is only so my experience that can help when you get started.
    The Squad
    I heavy on the Americans as there was some real quality players to be had but I did get some Asians as well.
    The Season
    Remember that the scoring of this challenge is based on how many trophies I win with a birdie only being achieved if I win the whole lot.
    August
    The first opportunity to blow a birdie chance came in August with both the Charity Shield and Super Cup. With a full squad available though I had two comfortable wins in both games.


    The first two players to go were striker Nmecha and Mbappe. I could have kept Mbappe back I guess you not playing him but he is that good that as soon as I did play him he would go that month and he would have just got unhappy if he didn’t play.

    September
    It wasn’t a great start to the CL with a draw but we made a decent start to the League Cup with a comfortable win.

     
    The League Cup game was handy as I was able to play a few 2nd choice players and still win and then lose two FBs this month instead of any of the attackers.

     
    October
    Last season I went unbeaten in the league but by October I had already lost twice which was a shame as I wanted to get a good lead and win the league early before the squad was really depleted later on.

     
    Another couple of attackers went down to the reserves this month so it’s a good job I have plenty.

     
    November
    We progressed in the CL this month but it will be interesting to see if that 9-0 win makes a difference to which players were demoted this month.

     
    Again it was attackers who were demoted although Dilrosun is getting on a bit now so despite his good AvR he wasn’t so much of a lose as someone like Haaland will be.

     
    December
    The wins just keep on coming as do the goals which is great but it means a good chance that I will lose more attacking players. One bonus is that I can promote two players back into the squad from my reserves at the end of the month though.


    It was another striker going this month along with the versatile Dest who has played both up front and at left and right back so far. 
    I decided I would keep Dest in my first team and the other player promoted was a striker called Saghafi.


    January
    January was a huge month and with the league form going well I put more emphasis on the cup games by resting players which lead to a loss and draw but also we won all three cup games so it was relatively successful.

     
    Saghafi didn’t last long but then I never really expected him to but he protected Haaland for another month.

     
    February 
    The league was pretty much secured by this point as I had over a 10 point lead so the main focus is to make sure I keep progressing in the CL and FA Cup which I did.

     
    Haaland did me and huge favour by having a shocker against Inter in the first half and was on a 5 at half time so I brought him off and it helped him keep out of trouble again this month along with a CB putting in some good performances which saw him go with just 4 games played.

     
    March 
    This is the month I can get another trophy won and forgotten about in the league cup and luckily we blitzed Arsenal to keep on course for a birdie along with wins in the CL and FA Cup.

     
    After just missing out a few times Haaland finally got demoted at the end of this month along with Dest again.

     
    April
    A lot of games this month and some vital ones as well with CL matches that I must win and an FA Cup semi which again is must win.
    We scraped past Arsenal in the FA Cup and with a 1-0 win over Liverpool in the semi first leg we have a chance in the CL as well.


    I was lucky that my last striker made it to the final month of the season but the squad is small now and two midfielders leaving makes life tough.

     
    May
    The league was won by this stage and maybe not in the style I have been used to but still comfortable enough.

    The squad was struggling for fitness towards the end of the month as shown by the final three league games but we did scrape through to the CL final as we grabbed a draw at Anfield although we left it quite late.


    That means we had two finals to try and get a hard earned birdie.
     
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    Foxy got a reaction from MikeF in MikeF - Big (Double) Trouble in Little Ajax   
    Nice budgie smugglers!
  6. Shocked
    Foxy reacted to samhardy in Nintendo   
    Can I get on the train?
  7. Favourite
    Foxy got a reaction from Titjes in Titjes: The Gunnar Nordahl Challenge [SEASON 2]   
    Nice start and I’m sure Haaland and yourself will get this wrapped up in no time at all.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Titjes in Foxy’s European Tour: Season 3 - Update 1   
    Season 3 - Update 1
    Thank you for your comment @smoggy90.
    I ended season 2 still in Greece with 6 goals needed from Donis before I could move on.
    Greece 🇬🇷 ST - 6 More Goals Required
    This was what he looked like going into the season and I think I might keep hold of him once he has finished as he looks pretty good now.

     
    It didn’t take him long to get the final goals he needed as I had the CWC which provided 3 goals before the season had even started even if I was done over by PSG just as they had done in the CL final a month before.

     
    That left just 3 goals to get and he knocked them off in the first three games.

    It took him 12 games to get the 10 goals he needed which is far from prolific but he got the job done in the end.


     
    Cyprus 🇨🇾 CM/WB/DM/WM 5 Goals Required
    I found another gem in the island of Cyprus or at least in North London as he joined from Spurs. He doesn’t have much quality as a striker but I still think he will get the job done with minimum fuss.

     
    Nine games is ok and he even got an extra goal just in case during his final match.


     
    Our form is looking good as well and it would be silly for me to change a winning tactic.

     
    Turkey 🇹🇷 CB 2 Goals Required 
    My Turkish CB is probably familiar to many of you as he is a good signing in this years game I believe and I wanted to try him out myself so he will be definitely staying once he gets the goals and playing in his best position to see how he develops.

     
    You know I said above that it would be silly to change a winning tactic?
    Thats what I did though and a loss and draw later it wasn’t looking a good decision. A 10-0 win with a brace from Kabek made it look a bit better though so time will tell.


     
    Bulgaria 🇧🇬 GK 1 Goal Required 
    It’s time to head back into the heart of Europe and from Turkey the best route is into Bulgaria.
    I never see much point spending big on a GK as it seems to make little difference in how quick they score so I spent £45k on this guy.

     
    It took him 10 games to get his goal but the main story is in the CL as I crashed out in the group stage after making the final last year. The loss to Shakhtar and then home and away defeats to Arsenal did for me and although we rallied with a win over Standard and a 6-0 annihilation of Shakhtar its wasn’t enough.
    It’s back to the Europa for us after winning it in season 1.


    It was a penalty that got Bulgaria completed.

    Penalties always seem a cheap way to complete a nation with a GK but hey a goals and a goal and it always leads me to do a little dance across the living room when I get that sweet sweet GK goal.


    I head into the Balkans next and it’s back to another striker.

     
  9. Favourite
    Foxy got a reaction from BatiGoal in 1000 Goals With A Bunch Of Amateurs   
    Nearly half way but I hear you with having mid save motivation issues as we have all been there.
    I would like to share with both you and the whole of Vibe my own personal motivation technique. 
    It simply involves staring at this photo for a good 5 minutes and really taking it all in. Once you have done that you will have all the motivation you need for whatever tasks you need to complete.
     
  10. Funny
    Foxy got a reaction from BatiGoal in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    I know I live in the countryside but I’m getting the smell of manure and it seems to be coming from this post!
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    Foxy got a reaction from BatiGoal in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Last weeks challenge was dedicated to one of Darts most flamboyant characters and this weeks challenge is based around someone who has an equally exuberant reputation.
    I present to you all Lee Christopher Trundle the ultimate lower league flair player.

    Through the 00’s Lee became one of the most recognised footballers in the UK and this despite the fact that the highest level he ever played was the Championship for Swansea and Bristol City and even then only for three seasons. The rest of his career was spent either in non league, the bottom two divisions of the Football League or Welsh Football so why did he gain such notoriety?
    Simply it was his ability to produce the spectacular with a football as he possessed plenty of ability but perhaps lacked the dedication or professionalism to make it at the higher levels of the game. He was helped by the rise of both the internet and also satellite TV as his skills were perfect for clips and Sky’s Soccer AM show is particular brought him to the attention of the nation. 
    His fame reached such an extent that he was able to negotiate an image rights clause into his contract at Swansea, something that was unheard of at the time outside the very top levels of the game.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Trundle
    I think this video sums up the kind of player Lee was perfectly.
     
    Week 2 Challenge: Lee Trundle
    Lee hasn’t played in the Football League since 2013 but that hasn’t meant he stopped playing and at the age of 43 is still playing his trade in the Welsh leagues.
    This means he is in the DB this season. 

    In 2017 he hit the headlines again as he scored 8 hat tricks and 45 goals in total as he helped Llanelli Town get promoted to the Welsh Premier Division at the age of 40.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/football/39740587
    Your challenge is to give him another season of glory by getting as many hat tricks as possible, beating his 45 goals and winning the league.
    Club Choice
    You may manage any of his former teams or his current club. Below is a list of his teams that are available in the game and the league system they play in.
    Llanelli - Wales
    Ammanford - Wales (current club)
    Rhyl - Wales
    Haverfordwest - Wales
    Swansea - England 
    Wrexham - England
    Bristol City - England
    Preston North End
    Leeds -England
    Chorley - England
    Southport - England
    Chester - England
     
    Points 
    3 points for every hat trick Trundle scores in all competitions. You will get 1 pt for every goal he scores in all competitions but only if he scores more than 45 goals in the season. You will get your total league points but only if you win the league. So it is possible to score zero points this week.
     
    Rules and Clarifications
    This is a full season challenge. Your only transfer into the club will be Trundle or if you use Ammanford you will sign no players. You may sell whoever you want You only get his goal points if he scores 45 or more goals in all competitions. You only get your league points if you win the league. You get 3 points for every hat trick he gets whether you meet the criteria for the other points or not. You must manage one of his former teams from the list above. You can have any reputation or coaching badge you want. No editing, reloading or cheating in anyway. If asked you must submit the save to myself or Sam and failure to do so will result in a zero score and possible elimination from the event. Have fun. Screenshots
    Trundle’s attributes at the beginning and end of the season. Trundle’s history at the end of the season. Matches that he scores a hat trick. Final league table. Transfers in and out at the end of the season. Manager history and profile.  
    Please submit your score to Sam in the PM thread you already have open with him for this event. 
    DEADLINE: Sunday 19th January 2020 @11.59pm UK Time
    Any questions just ask and good luck to you all.
  12. Happy
    Foxy reacted to smoggy90 in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    What a player, and a great challenge too! 
    Need to think carefully about choice of club, good luck all. 
  13. Shocked
    Foxy reacted to samhardy in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Yes it’s a great challenge good luck everyone, please remember to use the same PM thread as the first round
  14. Happy
    Foxy reacted to Woody in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Cant believe we get to use the legend Trundle in a challenge...cracking idea Foxy. 
    Best of luck everyone. 
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    Foxy got a reaction from Titjes in The Augusta Challenge: Ian Vs Foxy - 10th Hole Results   
    I am again playing catch up as @Ian posted a very tasty birdie.
    I have a point to prove as well with @BatiGoal completely writing off my chances of match Ian birdie.
    Luckily Bournemouth are still in the Premier League so they have a few options although they are weak in midfield in my save. I had a couple of options to go for but I settled on this Turkish regen in the end who initially I wasn’t all that interested in.

    What was putting me off was his physical attributes as he needs to play CM and he lacks any pace to get forward and score goals and make assists and I need him to play as often as possible and he has no stamina either.
    What swayed him for me though was when I scouted him I got a few clues that he might be worth going with. His coach report shows them as well as he is an expert in dead ball situations and he is consistent as well.

    Corners, free kicks and penalties are going to be key so I think he was worth the punt even with his obvious flaws.
    I needed a tactic that could make him perform and I went with the tactic I used for the majority of my Promotion Hunter save last year. I found that the AP was a consistent assister each season in that save even if he wasn’t on set pieces so I felt it might work.
    I have some excellent BBMs with plenty of pace and I was hoping they could compensate for that flaw in Aslan’s game and get up and down the pitch. I then have an array of attacking talent up top for the Aslan to play in but also with some strikers that excel in the air hopefully get on the end of some corners and free kicks.

     
    In terms of competitions it couldn’t have gone better as we went unbeaten in the league and won all the trophies going which bodes well for next season when that is the challenge.
    How about Aslan then?
    With his 9 for stamina (went up to 10 mid way through the season) he struggled to play all the games and in total he missed 12 matches in a 70 match season simply so I could keep him fit to perform. A lot of the time this would be him resting in a trickier game so he was fully fit for an easier game.

    At times that policy paid off with performances like this with 3 assists and a goal.

    All this is great but what you really want to know is how many assists and goals he got.
    Next Challenge
    Hole 10 - Camellia (Par 4)
    An absolutely monstrous challenge for anyone of any skill level. Arguably the toughest hole on the course, this season will require a total squad revamp. Before this point you've been able to keep *pretty much* whatever players you want. Not now. Even a bogey is tricky to get on this hole.
    Challenge - At least 15 members of your 30 man squad must be Asian or American. On the 30th of every month, you must demote your 2 best performing players (Av.R wise) and never use them again. In January you may promote two players back up from the reserves of your choice. Win as many trophies as possible.
    Birdie - Win all trophies
    Par - Win all but 1
    Bogey - Win all but 2
    Double Bogey - Fail to win 3 or more
  16. Funny
    Foxy got a reaction from Rob in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Using the latest in time travel technology I can actually bring to you all the footage of the moment that @BatiGoal reads that @Woody beat him in this weeks challenge.

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    Foxy got a reaction from BatiGoal in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Considering this is what @BatiGoal looks like why wouldn’t anyone flirt although this picture was from a few years back tbf.
     
  18. Shocked
    Foxy reacted to samhardy in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Week 1 Results
    Everyone got their scores in quickly for the opening week so here are the results a little earlier than expected. Let’s take a look at who’s got out of the gates quickly and who requires improvement already.
    @Mr Tree v @Kanegan
    @Woody v @Crashhart
    @BatiGoal v @MikeF
    @smoggy90 v @Ian
    Here’s the full scorelist from week 1:
    Followed by the table. Bati gains the bonus point whilst Tree unfortunately gets the dreaded trip into the minuses. Early days but surprisingly no draws in the opening week mean the playoff spots are currently held by the 4 winners - Bati, Crash, Ian and Kane.
    If tied on points, it goes to the result of the match between the two managers level on points, and if that was a draw or not yet played then total overall points accumulated throughout the competition.

  19. Shocked
    Foxy got a reaction from BatiGoal in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    15th February, Grenoble Road, Oxford.
    Oxford vs Sunderland, you and Ian can keep me and Sam apart.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Rob in Foxy’s European Tour: Season 3 - Update 1   
    Season 2 - Update 2
    The journey continues south.
    Italy 🇮🇹 CB - 2 Goals Required
    I was hoping that it wouldn’t take me as long to get across Italy as it will do in @Mr Tree epic journey but with a CB it can take a while even to get 2 goals.
    The CB I used was already at the club as I had signed him in the summer but he had yet to find the net.

    He got off to the perfect start though as he scored in his very first game to help us reach the League Cup final.

     
    It was another four games before he got his 2nd and ticked off Italy for me.


     
    Vatican City 🇻🇦 GK - 1 Goal Required
    Vatican City is within Rome but is a nation of its own and in fact is the smallest country in the world. It has a population of around a 1000 and covers 110 acres which makes it smaller than Central Park in New York. It’s most famous resident and head of state is of course the Pope who is the head of the Catholic Church.
    Unsurprisingly there aren’t any footballers with Vatican City as there nationality so instead I went another way.

     
    Obviously a Pope should be my guide in The Popes own nation.
    If you look above at the game Mancini got his 2nd goal you may notice that Pope had a chance to score on his first appearance up front but missed a penalty.
    He also preceded to get injured in that match as well! He missed four matches in the end.


     
    Once he was back it still took him a while to get the goal I wanted and in total it was 8 games until he scored. It was an important goal though as it came away at Juve and helped us win the 1st leg.



    There wasn’t much time left in the season but I still moved on.
    Greece 🇬🇷 ST/AM - 10 Goals Required
    I made the short trip across the Ionian Sea to Greece and back to looking for a striker or attacking mid to get me 10 goals. With potentially 8 games left in the season I was fairly confident I would be close to ticking Greece off or maybe have completed it by the end of the season.
    My player of choice joined for £7m from Club Brugge.

    He joined with a bit of a knock though which meant he missed his first game.

    He wasn’t very prolific when he did get fit again and finished the season with 4 goals in 7 games although he did help us get to the Champions League final.

    So at the start of season 3 I carry on in Greece looking for another 6 goals to move on.
    I completed another 6 nations in season 2 meaning I have visited 12 so far in my journey.

     
    Season 2 Competitions
     
  21. Shocked
    Foxy reacted to Woody in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    Im done. Will have them over to you  in a min @samhardy
  22. Shocked
    Foxy reacted to samhardy in Toughest opponent you have ever met?   
    Evesham always put up a good fight if you draw them in the FA Trophy.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Ian in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    As the competitors await the first challenge to be posted later tonight it is time to take a look at the competition odds and the match ups for the first weeks action.
    Overall Winner Odds
    Old man Bati is favourite with the bookies from the outset as they feel he has the experience in these events that could help him get over the line in 9 weeks time. Ian isn’t far behind following his exploits in the Vibe World Cup last year and he is proving he can handle a large variety of challenges with his Augusta attempt this year.
    We have some other experienced players as well with Smoggy looking good value at 7/2, Woody at 6/1 and Kanegan 8/1. The outsiders might be worth an each way bet with Mr Tree coming in at a tasty 10/1 and then Mike and Crash way out at 20/1.

    All odds provided by Black Cat Betting and correct at time of publication.
    @BatiGoal Evs
    @Ian 5/2
    @smoggy90 7/2
    @Woody 6/1
    @Kanegan 8/1
    @Mr Tree10/1
    @Crashhart/ @MikeF 20/1
     
    Week 1 Matches
    Mr Tree v Kanegan
    This is an intriguing match between two competitors who will be harbouring playoff hopes. The Irish Illex is the less experienced challenger but he isn’t to be underestimated by his Indian adversary although he may have some fatigue after covering so many kilometres down Italy.
    Foxy’s Prediction: A narrow Kanegan win.
    Woody v Crashhart
    Woody is vastly experienced at taking part in these events and one thing is for sure he won’t be quick to submit his score  Crashhart is very much an unknown with this being his debut but Woody can be inconsistent so he certainly has a fighters chance of getting a result this week.
    Foxy’s Prediction: I can’t see beyond a win for the Potteries Pele in this one.
    BatiGoal v MikeF
    This looks a real David v Goliath encounter as Bati Grey Beard is one of Vibes most consistent performers whatever the challenge that is put in front of him but the pressure of being favourite could get to him early and MikeF has proved with his recent 1.5k that he knows his way around FMM20.
    Foxy’s Prediction: Bati win.
    Smoggy90 v Ian
    This is the tie of the round in my opinion and a North East Derby as two of the favourites look to strike an early blow on each other. Smoggy and his Parmo Army put in some good performances last year in this event as he qualified for the playoffs but so did Ian with a last gasp result in the final week.
    Foxy’s Prediction: This match may be a narrow win either way but I believe it will finish as a draw.
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    Foxy got a reaction from Ian in 2020 Vibe Premier League   
    As the competitors await the first challenge to be posted later tonight it is time to take a look at the competition odds and the match ups for the first weeks action.
    Overall Winner Odds
    Old man Bati is favourite with the bookies from the outset as they feel he has the experience in these events that could help him get over the line in 9 weeks time. Ian isn’t far behind following his exploits in the Vibe World Cup last year and he is proving he can handle a large variety of challenges with his Augusta attempt this year.
    We have some other experienced players as well with Smoggy looking good value at 7/2, Woody at 6/1 and Kanegan 8/1. The outsiders might be worth an each way bet with Mr Tree coming in at a tasty 10/1 and then Mike and Crash way out at 20/1.

    All odds provided by Black Cat Betting and correct at time of publication.
    @BatiGoal Evs
    @Ian 5/2
    @smoggy90 7/2
    @Woody 6/1
    @Kanegan 8/1
    @Mr Tree10/1
    @Crashhart/ @MikeF 20/1
     
    Week 1 Matches
    Mr Tree v Kanegan
    This is an intriguing match between two competitors who will be harbouring playoff hopes. The Irish Illex is the less experienced challenger but he isn’t to be underestimated by his Indian adversary although he may have some fatigue after covering so many kilometres down Italy.
    Foxy’s Prediction: A narrow Kanegan win.
    Woody v Crashhart
    Woody is vastly experienced at taking part in these events and one thing is for sure he won’t be quick to submit his score  Crashhart is very much an unknown with this being his debut but Woody can be inconsistent so he certainly has a fighters chance of getting a result this week.
    Foxy’s Prediction: I can’t see beyond a win for the Potteries Pele in this one.
    BatiGoal v MikeF
    This looks a real David v Goliath encounter as Bati Grey Beard is one of Vibes most consistent performers whatever the challenge that is put in front of him but the pressure of being favourite could get to him early and MikeF has proved with his recent 1.5k that he knows his way around FMM20.
    Foxy’s Prediction: Bati win.
    Smoggy90 v Ian
    This is the tie of the round in my opinion and a North East Derby as two of the favourites look to strike an early blow on each other. Smoggy and his Parmo Army put in some good performances last year in this event as he qualified for the playoffs but so did Ian with a last gasp result in the final week.
    Foxy’s Prediction: This match may be a narrow win either way but I believe it will finish as a draw.
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    As the competitors await the first challenge to be posted later tonight it is time to take a look at the competition odds and the match ups for the first weeks action.
    Overall Winner Odds
    Old man Bati is favourite with the bookies from the outset as they feel he has the experience in these events that could help him get over the line in 9 weeks time. Ian isn’t far behind following his exploits in the Vibe World Cup last year and he is proving he can handle a large variety of challenges with his Augusta attempt this year.
    We have some other experienced players as well with Smoggy looking good value at 7/2, Woody at 6/1 and Kanegan 8/1. The outsiders might be worth an each way bet with Mr Tree coming in at a tasty 10/1 and then Mike and Crash way out at 20/1.

    All odds provided by Black Cat Betting and correct at time of publication.
    @BatiGoal Evs
    @Ian 5/2
    @smoggy90 7/2
    @Woody 6/1
    @Kanegan 8/1
    @Mr Tree10/1
    @Crashhart/ @MikeF 20/1
     
    Week 1 Matches
    Mr Tree v Kanegan
    This is an intriguing match between two competitors who will be harbouring playoff hopes. The Irish Illex is the less experienced challenger but he isn’t to be underestimated by his Indian adversary although he may have some fatigue after covering so many kilometres down Italy.
    Foxy’s Prediction: A narrow Kanegan win.
    Woody v Crashhart
    Woody is vastly experienced at taking part in these events and one thing is for sure he won’t be quick to submit his score  Crashhart is very much an unknown with this being his debut but Woody can be inconsistent so he certainly has a fighters chance of getting a result this week.
    Foxy’s Prediction: I can’t see beyond a win for the Potteries Pele in this one.
    BatiGoal v MikeF
    This looks a real David v Goliath encounter as Bati Grey Beard is one of Vibes most consistent performers whatever the challenge that is put in front of him but the pressure of being favourite could get to him early and MikeF has proved with his recent 1.5k that he knows his way around FMM20.
    Foxy’s Prediction: Bati win.
    Smoggy90 v Ian
    This is the tie of the round in my opinion and a North East Derby as two of the favourites look to strike an early blow on each other. Smoggy and his Parmo Army put in some good performances last year in this event as he qualified for the playoffs but so did Ian with a last gasp result in the final week.
    Foxy’s Prediction: This match may be a narrow win either way but I believe it will finish as a draw.
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