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man city new invincibles
« on: December 10, 2017, 05:03:31 PM »
Can this man city go 100 games unbeaten? Some team

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Re: man city new invincibles
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2017, 05:24:13 PM »
They were beat in midweek

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« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2017, 05:26:25 PM »
They were beat in midweek

Close the thread  ;D
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« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2017, 06:11:16 PM »
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Re: man city new invincibles
« Reply #4 on: December 11, 2017, 01:53:47 PM »
I don't think you want to lable them that if you support them.  Remember Arsenal Invincibles?
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« Reply #5 on: April 08, 2018, 08:01:11 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

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« Reply #6 on: April 08, 2018, 08:22:18 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday
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« Reply #7 on: April 09, 2018, 12:33:17 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

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« Reply #8 on: April 09, 2018, 01:02:37 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

These things even themselves out over the course of the season, some go for you others against, City will win it in 2 weeks at home against a lesser team.. Great team just a tad unlucky last couple games
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« Reply #9 on: April 09, 2018, 01:13:58 PM »
As even Wigan Athletic proved this Manchester City side were far from invincible.

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Re: man city new invincibles
« Reply #10 on: April 09, 2018, 02:53:54 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

These things even themselves out over the course of the season, some go for you others against, City will win it in 2 weeks at home against a lesser team.. Great team just a tad unlucky last couple games

Those that say random events even themselves out over any length of time have a very tenuous grasp of statistical mathematics.

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« Reply #11 on: April 09, 2018, 03:02:38 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

These things even themselves out over the course of the season, some go for you others against, City will win it in 2 weeks at home against a lesser team.. Great team just a tad unlucky last couple games

Those that say random events even themselves out over any length of time have a very tenuous grasp of statistical mathematics.

I never said I was into statistical maths, but that would explain a lot about you

Its called the rub of the green, if you've ever played a sport before you'll have been in the position that luck has went your way during a match, and times were it hasnt, if your the type that luck has never ever went your way (which i think would be true for you) then I'd stop playing  ;)

Who was it that said, you make your own luck?


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Re: man city new invincibles
« Reply #12 on: April 09, 2018, 03:09:02 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

These things even themselves out over the course of the season, some go for you others against, City will win it in 2 weeks at home against a lesser team.. Great team just a tad unlucky last couple games

Those that say random events even themselves out over any length of time have a very tenuous grasp of statistical mathematics.

I never said I was into statistical maths, but that would explain a lot about you

Its called the rub of the green, if you've ever played a sport before you'll have been in the position that luck has went your way during a match, and times were it hasnt, if your the type that luck has never ever went your way (which i think would be true for you) then I'd stop playing  ;)

Who was it that said, you make your own luck?

Probably the same fellas who came up with all the other hollow cliches in sport.

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Re: man city new invincibles
« Reply #13 on: April 09, 2018, 03:39:49 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

These things even themselves out over the course of the season, some go for you others against, City will win it in 2 weeks at home against a lesser team.. Great team just a tad unlucky last couple games

Those that say random events even themselves out over any length of time have a very tenuous grasp of statistical mathematics.

I never said I was into statistical maths, but that would explain a lot about you

Its called the rub of the green, if you've ever played a sport before you'll have been in the position that luck has went your way during a match, and times were it hasnt, if your the type that luck has never ever went your way (which i think would be true for you) then I'd stop playing  ;)

Who was it that said, you make your own luck?

Probably the same fellas who came up with all the other hollow cliches in sport.

While he wasn’t the origin of it one of the greatest golfers of all time Gary Player is attributed as using ‘the harder I practice the luckier I get’ maxim on a number of occasions. I would not classify him as one who comes up with ‘hollow cliches’ and he certainly has walked the walk and talked the talk. You often find hurlers on the ditch seem to think that these cliches are just phraseology but the reason they become cliches is that once upon a time they were true (or perhaps they always are true!). I know that anyone who has played sport at any level knows that you do create your own ‘luck’ by hard work and practice. Also perrenial losers always blame ‘bad luck’ ‘bad referees’ ‘bad conditions’ ,  all external things to mask their own failures. The old cliche of you get out of life what you put in is true, the same way in sport, you’ll get out of a sport what you put in.

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« Reply #14 on: April 09, 2018, 03:42:36 PM »
While the referee was a disgrace yesterday (can't remember a worse performance in PL) we should have been out of sight at half time.

Sterling has had a great season but his old failings came back to haunt him.

Time to move on and get tore into the bottlers Tuesday night

The ref was fine yesterday

Penalty decision was a shocker and thats just for starters

These things even themselves out over the course of the season, some go for you others against, City will win it in 2 weeks at home against a lesser team.. Great team just a tad unlucky last couple games

Those that say random events even themselves out over any length of time have a very tenuous grasp of statistical mathematics.

I never said I was into statistical maths, but that would explain a lot about you

Its called the rub of the green, if you've ever played a sport before you'll have been in the position that luck has went your way during a match, and times were it hasnt, if your the type that luck has never ever went your way (which i think would be true for you) then I'd stop playing  ;)

Who was it that said, you make your own luck?

Probably the same fellas who came up with all the other hollow cliches in sport.

While he wasn’t the origin of it one of the greatest golfers of all time Gary Player is attributed as using ‘the harder I practice the luckier I get’ maxim on a number of occasions. I would not classify him as one who comes up with ‘hollow cliches’ and he certainly has walked the walk and talked the talk. You often find hurlers on the ditch seem to think that these cliches are just phraseology but the reason they become cliches is that once upon a time they were true (or perhaps they always are true!). I know that anyone who has played sport at any level knows that you do create your own ‘luck’ by hard work and practice. Also perrenial losers always blame ‘bad luck’ ‘bad referees’ ‘bad conditions’ ,  all external things to mask their own failures. The old cliche of you get out of life what you put in is true, the same way in sport, you’ll get out of a sport what you put in.

If the idea is motivation the words used are interchangeable. They are literally meaningless.

Luck is random. Effort isn’t.