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About Bunder

  • Birthday 06/15/1980


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    New here...sort of
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    Football, online games, facebook
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    police controller
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    ever?? thierry henry
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    what havent I won?
  1. Re: Available GC Teams (This is NOT a Discussion Thread) Nice PSG in GC15 - Nani, Di Natale, Strootman, Abate, Aquilani, Lens, Phil Jones, Shaqiri, Ter Stegen, Abdennour, Ki Seung Yeung and others. Bids are accepted - please don't let this side be raided in a very competitive GC
  2. Re: Usernames More evidence that SM have their priorities all wrong in my opinion. I would call this a pointless cosmetic change that has probably justified some muppets job at SM towers for a few months. Surely there are much more important things that need working in within the game. The experienced and loyal customers here have been asking for changes to a more realistic match engine for probably 5-6 years and still nothing! Customer service is appalling and cheats roam every gameworld without any sort of punishment. Surely doing something about these is much more important than changing my account name from Leigh Auston to lauston1?
  3. Re: Sign the petition!! Those who are against SM continuing to ruin the game! The thing I thought was worst is that the screen defaulted to the profile/friends log each time you pressed home, at least now you don't have to see it if you don't want to. Choice for the customers is a good update, it's hard to argue with that.
  4. Re: *** the new best player *** I would also have to say 1. Wilshere 2. Gotze 3. Isco
  5. Re: Sign the petition!! Those who are against SM continuing to ruin the game! There has been a slight update it seems, it now defaults to what you were last viewing when you refresh. If you were viewing your clubs screen and refresh it should still be on clubs rather than reverting to the profile/friends screen. At least that is positive.
  6. Re: Sign the petition!! Those who are against SM continuing to ruin the game! What they don't realise is that they have a social network within the forum and football itself is its own social network. Leave the homepage be...it would be nice to see which of my clubs has news or fixtures again!:mad:
  7. Re: English Championship 1 Round 5 Sheffield United 2-3 West Ham Another setback for the champions at Brammall Lane as Caleb's young guns take all 3 points back to London. The game as expected was a fairly even end to end affair where any team could have taken the points but the 2nd half comeback from West Ham was topped off when Lamela grabbed a winner in the 85th minute. United had taken a 2-0 lead into half time through brazilian fullbacks Marcelo and Dani Alves but 2nd half goals from Wilshere and Hazard pegged united back and Lamela grabbed the winner. Liverpool 3-3 Leeds Liverpool finally dropped points in a surprise draw at Anfield. The reds had much the better of the game and would have expected to win but Leeds rallied well and got a good point. Rooney and Robinho got a goal a piece making it 1-1 before both teams were reduced to 10 men. First Cissokho went for a bad take on Zanetti before the stupid Badstuber gave up Liverpools advantage picking up a 2nd yellow just 3 minutes later. Gerrard immediately restored Liverpools lead but after half time Leeds came out and turned things around through Robinho's 2nd goal and then Mathieu. Lucho Gonzalez made it 3-3 with 20 mins to go but thats how the game would finish. Tottenham 3-4 Arsenal The north London derby never fails to deliver goals and in EC1 it's no different it seems. Another extremely even high scoring game was won by the odd goal in this high scoring round. Dzeko's 10th minute goal was cancelled out by Joaquin and Tevez giving Spurs a half time lead. Toulalan then Dzeko again gave Arsenal the lead only to see Joaquin equalise again but Arsenal would go on to grab the winner through Cabaye to send the gooners singing and cheering all the way down the seven sisters road. Blackburn 3-2 Darlington This game couldn't really have been tighter or more even but in the end experience won through as Blackburn stole it by the odd goal in 5. Walcott gave rovers the early lead in the 2nd minute but Bystrov managed to get a deserved equaliser just before half time. Dzemaili gave Darlington another lead but again they relinquished it very quickly with Walcott getting his 2nd of the game. Then after Lovren brought down Debuchy, Schurrle slotted the penalty home giving rovers the points and confining Darlington to another tight defeat. Sam will surely be feeling the pressure of division 1 now? Rushden 2-3 Hull More goals as EC1 went goal mad in division 1 this week. Not exactly a classic though as the 5 goals came from a mere 13 total shots. Chilli will welcome the points though after a tough start. Nolito and Kolarov gave Rushden a 2-1 half time lead with Cazorla grabbing Hull's goal. Cazorla's 2nd levelled things before Ashley Cole saw red on 81 minutes for a late challenge on Ever Banega. Despite being down to 10 men Hull got an 89th minute winner when John Terry curled a long range effort into the corner. Tough on Rushden but that's football. Boston 0-2 Man Utd No surprises at York Street as Uniteds superior players came out on top. Second half goals from Huntelaar and Sow sealed the win for Shelbournes red devils. The game was fairly quiet all round with only 13 total shots on goal but Shels won't care and will be happy with the result in what was a potential banana skin fixture. Reading 3-0 Fulham Performance of the week goes to Reading at the Madejski. The game was a very even affair, much more so than the scoreline reflects but Fulham could not stick the ball in the net. Reading did though, 3 times! Vertonghen brought down Di Natale to give Ronaldo the chance to open the scoring from the spot, a chance he took with aplomb! Further goals from Pique and Mikel sealed the win for Teje but Teb will not be happy with his misfiring strikers. Sheffield Wednesday 1-3 Chesterfield Another really tight game at Hillsborough ended with the away team going home very happy. A 1st half Saviola brace put Chesterfield 2-0 up but Bendtner gave Wednesday hope pulling one back just before the break. The 2nd half was as even as the 1st but Kuyt put the game to bed with an 85th minute strike. Chesterfield appear to be shaping up to be the surprise team of the division and remain undefeated. Wednesday won't be happy with the home defeat and go to Craven Cottage next to face Teb's Fulham in what looks like a tough fixture. Peterborough 2-1 Chelsea Peterborough dominated the game and deservedly got the points at London Road. Pizarro gave them an early lead but Lampard levelled before the break. Gabi then fot the winner moments before being substituted giving mister Malcolm all 3 points in the battle of the blues. Chelsea seem to be really struggling already and may find it tough this season unless they can turn their fortunes around. Bradford 1-1 Carlisle Kuldeep will be delighted and fuming all at the same time. Firstly Bradford dominated and should have won the game but in truth after they went down to 10 men they did well to fight back and get a point against a strong Carlisle side. Oscar gave Carlisle an early lead which they held onto until the 63rd minute when Asamoah equalised for Bradford. Scott Parker saw red on 78 minutes for a second bookable offence but Bradford held out to get another point. Manager of the week = Teje (reading) Great win for Teje against a very good Fulham side although probably a game he would fancy to win.
  8. Re: £10 > £20,000 - Sports betting. I see Raonic won Col, over a ton now mate! Congrats on that. Whats next?
  9. Re: Hazard for Marcelo or Jordi Alba Get Alba. Don't under any circumstances swap Isco for Balotelli though.
  10. Re: English Championship 1 Round 4 Carisle 2-0 West Ham Battle of the young superstars took place at Brunton Park but somewhat surprisingly the goals came from 2 more experienced campaigners. First half goals from Capel and Jelavic gave Carlisle the points and John will be grateful. More indiscipline from West Ham as Alexis Sanchez became their second forward to see red this season, his rash challenge was more than deserving of an early bath. Leeds 0-5 Sheffield United Herby bounces back it style proving to his critics that his team are no flash in the pan. Leeds capitulated in front of a partisan home crowd and it seems the pressure is getting to their star players. Aguero and Papiss Cisse (twice) gave United a 3-0 half time lead and Chiellini and Xavi added further misery to Leeds in the second half. Herby will be delighted to be up and running finally, Jose meanwhile will be heading back to the drawing board. He will also be without Antonio Cassano next round after the Italian lost his head in the first half and saw red for a challenge on Aguero. Arsenal 1-2 Liverpool And the Reds go marching on came from the Liverpool bus all the way home from London as David Stephenson continues to defy odds and maintain his 100% record at the top of the division. Liverpool were more than a match for Arsenal and fully deserved their win. A goal from Cambiasso gave them a lead at the break before Muller hit back for Arsenal just after the hour, straight from the kick-off though Arsenal were caught napping and Godin brought down Zanetti in the box. Ibrahimovich cooly slotted the penalty home and the points were safe. Darlington 1-2 Tottenham Sam Cutting is beginning to see why it is so tough to stay in division 1 in EC1. His round 1 shock result has been followed by 3 defeats without doing a lot wrong. Darlington again took the lead through Dzemaili but a Luis Anderson brace gave Spurs the points. Tottenham will be pleased to get the points in what was a very open and entertaining game. Hull 1-1 Blackburn A very tight affair at The KC saw a fair draw as the outcome. 2 goals in 4 second half minutes from Cazorla and Walcott meant the spoils were shared. Neither manager will be overly happy with the result but I expect Ian would have taken this before the game. Manchester United 0-1 Rushden Only in EC1 do scorelines like the above not look out of place! Chris Exley continues to do an amazing job with his minnows who turned over United at the theatre of dreams. Rushden were lucky though as they were battered for the entire 90 minutes really, especially after Assou-Ekotto's first half red for a bad tackle. United failed to make them pay though and when Nolito broke through just after half time Rushden had their smash and grab win. Fulham 3-2 Boston Boston lose for the first time this season to a spirited Fulham side or should I say a spirited Damiao. Not always first choice for Teb he is starting to come good now though and this hattrick today does him no harm at all. Boston did give Fulham a few nerves with goals from Etherington and Souza and would have deserved a point at least after having the better of the game but Fulham held on for the win. Chesterfield 2-0 Reading Teje's Reading continue to misfire and he will not be happy at all with this result. Reading managed just 6 shots against a Chesterfield team down to 10 men for an hour. Matuidi had already given them the lead before Eduardo saw red for a nasty tackle on Ozil. Matuidi doubled the lead straight after half time with a calm penalty after Juanfran brought him down. Chesterfield will not be able to rely on Matuidi all season but he is doing the business at the moment......more than can be said for Reading's superstars. Chelsea 0-3 Sheffield Wednesday Shock of the round definitely came at Stamford bridge as Wednesday soaked up pressure before hitting Chelsea on the break several times. Wednesday's tactic to just keep the ball seemed to frustrate Chelsea and certainly paid dividends earning Auston's men their 3rd straiht win. A brace from Plasil and a Bendtner goal all before half time was enough to take the points back to Yorkshire. Bradford 1-1 Peterborough Bradford failed to capitalise on Peterborough's ill discipline at Valley Parade. I what seemed like a week for 1st half dismissals Miranda added to the count being sent off after just 7 minutes for a two footed challenge. Despite having 10 men and Bradford's dominance Peterborough still went in one up after a Marchisio goal on 40 minutes. Willian did get an equaliser for Bradford on 57 mins earning their first point of the season but the players will know that Kuldeep expects much more and they should have got all 3 points. Manager of the Week = Herby Mohr (sheffield united) Herby's lads bounced back in style and showed why they are champions.
  11. Re: English Championship 1 I have to go to work so will do the Round 4 roundup tomorrow. Great week of games though tonight.
  12. Re: English Championship 1 Round 3 West Ham 2-1 Leeds Another battle of star-studded teams which was ruined by a moment of petulance from Samir Nasri. Fabregas gave Leeds a flying start in the 5th minute but just 3 minutes later Nasri aimed his elbow at Eden Hazard and got his marching orders. West Ham took full advantage, dominating possession for the rest of the game and 1st half goals from Sakho and Hazard sealed a 2nd successive win from the hammers. Sheffield United 2-2 Arsenal 2 of the longest servants on the game went head to head at Brammall lane. Herby Mohr vs Adam Johnson ended all square and stats would suggest rightly so. Herby will be pleased to at least get off the mark for the season points wise but will be wanting more from his side. Baines and Aguero grabbed the blades goals but Dzeko and Kroos grabbed a share of the spoils for Adam who I suspect will be content with his start. Liverpool 3-1 Darlington Liverpool continue to prove just why they are there every year, they are currently the only team with a 100% record. Their Man Utd like EC1 reputation continues and they should be written off only at your own peril. Lucho Gonzalez opened up for the reds and the prolific Rooney doubled the advantage. Andy Carroll got one back for Darlington but Rooney pooped up again to seal the win and move to the top of the goalscoring charts. Tottenham 3-1 Hull Surprise win at White Hart Lane for Spurs which I am certain Tony will be delighted with. Chilli's side might read like a who's who of world stars but after Higuain opened the scoring for them they went to pieces. Anderson equalised almost immediately and then a Carlos Tevez double gave Spurs their first points of the season. An injury a piece to star strikers Gomez and Higuain will be frustrating, particularly for Tony who loses the big German for 6 weeks!!! Blackburn 0-4 Man Utd Rovers need to find someone to stick the ball in the net as 18 shots no goals at home will always leave the fans annoyed at full time. United were ruthless and took full advantage of their far superior possession by making goals for James Rodriguez, Thiago Alcantara and a brace for Huntelaar. United head back down the M62 with a huge smile on their faces. Rushden 1-2 Fulham Again another very tight game appears to have been won by the team who dominated the ball. Fulham's 64% possession led to Rolfes and Damiao giving them a 2-0 lead at Nene Park. Rushden rallied and Kolarov made for a tense finish but Teb's tribe were professional enough to see the game out taking the points with them back to London. Boston 1-1 Chesterfield Boston continue to surprise but in all honesty they missed out today. After taking the lead through Inan they were pegged back on the stroke of half time by Matuidi. Despite dominating the possession in the second half, particularly after Elano got an early bath for a naughty tackle Boston failed to make the breakthrough and Chesterfield will go away from York Street more than happy with their point. Reading 0-1 Chelsea Another shock result in my opinion although Chelsea were fairly dominant and fully deserved their win at Reading. Sven Bender got an early winner for the blues who will be delighted with the result and the performance. Reading were surprisingly quiet although Ronaldo did have a reasonable game. Sheffield Wednesday 3- Bradford The result of the night that will likely shock the most people. Wednesday somehow managed to score 3 goals from their 4 shots on goal and De Sanctis was far busier keeping out 6 shots on target at the other end. Bradford manager Kuldeep Samra will no doubt berate his team for their lack of concentration in the latter stages of each half since all the goals came in the last 5 mins of each half. A bendtner double and Hector Moreno goal gave Wednesday their 2nd successive win. Peterborough 2-2 Carlisle Superb game at London road couldn't have been more even and the draw was the only fair outcome. Carlisle did take the lead twice but Malcolm has built a resilient side and they fought back on each occasion to get a deserved point. Schennikov and Isco goals were both cancelled out by Ledesma and Chicarito goals. Both these teams look very strong but John's young stars do look to have quite some future! Manager of the week = David Stephenson (Liverpool) Only manager with 100% record so deserves the recognition.
  13. Re: Help With Deal(s) Thread... Thanks to you and all the others, I was leaning on the reject side heavily and the opinions have confirmed this so I have rejected. All repped except for for Jkerrs as I have to spread the rep around, sorry.
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