One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby HC. » Sun Oct 29, 2017 11:56 am

A reminder, gents, that your final predictions for how the league is going to look pre-split need to be made by midnight on Tuesday.
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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby Forrest » Mon Oct 30, 2017 12:11 pm

1 Celtic
2 Aberdeen
3 Rangers
4 Hearts
5 Motherwell
6 Hibernian
7 St Johnstone
8 Hamilton
9 Ross County
10 Kilmarnock
11 Dundee
12 Partick Thistle
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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby HC. » Sat Mar 31, 2018 4:21 pm

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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby I.J » Sat Mar 31, 2018 7:22 pm

A lot of dropped bollocks on the Killie there, troops.

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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby iantjambo » Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:50 pm

I.J wrote:A lot of dropped bollocks on the Killie there, troops.

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To be fair, they were honking at the time HC posted this. However, one bright spark pointed out that Steve Clarke would likely make a difference.

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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby HC. » Sun Apr 08, 2018 6:57 pm

Right, Anders.

You edited your predictions after the deadline.

Not sure how to deal with that.

The rules were very clear.

I'm tempted to reach a compromise, however, I'm not sure how the others will feel.
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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby anders » Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:13 pm

HC. wrote:Right, Anders.

You edited your predictions after the deadline.

Not sure how to deal with that.

The rules were very clear.

I'm tempted to reach a compromise, however, I'm not sure how the others will feel.

Speed-reading and lack of sense caused it - I re-read the instructions when you posted on the topic at the end of March. Saw the original deadline of 31st...looked at the date - it was 31st.....so re-hashed my prediction. Didn't notice it was 31st Oct on the instructions!
Dunno what I must've been thinking, but it certainly wasn't anything smart.
Wasn't a deliberately devious act, but it was still (incredibly) stupid and I shouldn't get anything so I withdraw from the prediction thing. So you don't have a decision to make.


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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby HC. » Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:51 am

anders wrote:
HC. wrote:Right, Anders.

You edited your predictions after the deadline.

Not sure how to deal with that.

The rules were very clear.

I'm tempted to reach a compromise, however, I'm not sure how the others will feel.

Speed-reading and lack of sense caused it - I re-read the instructions when you posted on the topic at the end of March. Saw the original deadline of 31st...looked at the date - it was 31st.....so re-hashed my prediction. Didn't notice it was 31st Oct on the instructions!
Dunno what I must've been thinking, but it certainly wasn't anything smart.
Wasn't a deliberately devious act, but it was still (incredibly) stupid and I shouldn't get anything so I withdraw from the prediction thing. So you don't have a decision to make.



I think withdrawing from the predictor is a bit extreme! :o

I don't suppose you can remember what you predicted prior to editing it ?
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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby anders » Mon Apr 09, 2018 1:40 pm

HC. wrote:
anders wrote:
HC. wrote:Right, Anders.

You edited your predictions after the deadline.

Not sure how to deal with that.

The rules were very clear.

I'm tempted to reach a compromise, however, I'm not sure how the others will feel.

Speed-reading and lack of sense caused it - I re-read the instructions when you posted on the topic at the end of March. Saw the original deadline of 31st...looked at the date - it was 31st.....so re-hashed my prediction. Didn't notice it was 31st Oct on the instructions!
Dunno what I must've been thinking, but it certainly wasn't anything smart.
Wasn't a deliberately devious act, but it was still (incredibly) stupid and I shouldn't get anything so I withdraw from the prediction thing. So you don't have a decision to make.



I think withdrawing from the predictor is a bit extreme! :o

I don't suppose you can remember what you predicted prior to editing it ?

Just withdrawing from the league positions part of the predictor, and naw, don't remember what I originally predicted. I had Killie at the bottom, but if I withdraw my final positions entry it doesn't matter what I predicted - void & no points whatever it was.


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Re: One hundred and twenty points up for grabs

Postby HC. » Tue Apr 10, 2018 7:45 am

anders wrote:
HC. wrote:
anders wrote:
HC. wrote:Right, Anders.

You edited your predictions after the deadline.

Not sure how to deal with that.

The rules were very clear.

I'm tempted to reach a compromise, however, I'm not sure how the others will feel.

Speed-reading and lack of sense caused it - I re-read the instructions when you posted on the topic at the end of March. Saw the original deadline of 31st...looked at the date - it was 31st.....so re-hashed my prediction. Didn't notice it was 31st Oct on the instructions!
Dunno what I must've been thinking, but it certainly wasn't anything smart.
Wasn't a deliberately devious act, but it was still (incredibly) stupid and I shouldn't get anything so I withdraw from the prediction thing. So you don't have a decision to make.



I think withdrawing from the predictor is a bit extreme! :o

I don't suppose you can remember what you predicted prior to editing it ?

Just withdrawing from the league positions part of the predictor, and naw, don't remember what I originally predicted. I had Killie at the bottom, but if I withdraw my final positions entry it doesn't matter what I predicted - void & no points whatever it was.


As long as it's not a complete withdrawal.

You'll have put Celtic first, I imagine, so you can have ten points. ;)
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