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Noel_Blobby

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 3:21 pm    Author: Noel_Blobby    Post subject: The GoalLines show
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Seing as there is a "TV-style" show on the forums [albolton], I intend to do one on the chatroom. It will last from 2:30 to 5:30 every Saturday there are Football League or Premier League matches and the show will run as follows:

2:30 to 3:00: Thoughts on the upcoming games
3:00 to 5:00: The matches, with all goals and sendings-off in this format:
GoalLines England: Arsenal 0 - 1 MAN UTD [Team who scored in caps].
GoalLines England: Ronaldo OFF [Arsenal 0 - 0 MAN UTD]
5:00 to 5:15: Summary of the fixtures played
5:15 to 5:28: Results listing
5:28 to 5:30: Closedown
5:30 to 6:30: Match Reports

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Noel_Blobby

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 6:11 pm    Author: Noel_Blobby    Post subject:
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Results
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Premiership
Bolton 0 - 1 Wigan
Charlton 1 - 0 Man City
Fulham 1 - 0 Everton
Liverpool 2 - 0 Reading
Man Utd 3 - 0 Portsmouth
Newcastle Utd 0 - 1 Sheffield Utd [5:15 k/o]
Watford 2 - 0 Middlesboro

Championship
Barnsley 3 - 2 Man Utd
Burnley 1 - 0 Ipswich
Colchester 3 - 1 Cardiff
Derby 2 - 1 West Brom
Norwich 1 - 0 Sunderland
Plymouth 0 - 1 Birmingham
Preston 3 - 0 Luton
QPR 4 - 2 Crystal Palace
Sheff Wed 2 - 1 Leicester
Southampton 0 - 0 Hull
Wolves 3 - 1 Southend

League One
Bradford 2 - 3 Brighton
Carlisle 1 - 1 Rotherham
Cheltenham 1 - 2 Oldham
Crewe 2 - 1 Port Vale
Doncaster 0 - 0 Leyton Orient
Gillingham 2 - 1 Chesterfield
Huddersfield 1 - 1 *beep*
Northampton 1 - 1 Blackpool
Nott'm Forest 2 - 0 Brentford
Yeovil 2 - 1 Bristol City

League Two
Boston 3 - 3 Notts County
Bristol Rovers 1 - 0 Mansfield
Grimsby 1 - 3 MK Dons
Hartlepool 0 - 1 Barnet
Peterboro 4 - 2 Accrington Stanley
Rochdale 1 - 3 Bury
Shrewsbury 0 - 0 Wycombe
Stockport 2 - 0 Lincoln
Swindon 1 - 2 Hereford
Walsall 1 - 0 Torquay

Conference
Crawley 2 - 1 St Albans
Grays 1 - 1 Cambridge Utd
Kidderminster 2 - 2 Forest Green
Morecambe 1 - 0 Gravesend
Northwich 3 - 2 Halifax
Oxford 2 - 0 Aldershot
Rushden & Diamonds 2 - 3 Dagenham & Redbridge
Southport 1 - 0 Tamworth
Stafford 2 - 0 Weymouth
Woking 0 - 2 Exeter

Conference North
Barrow 2 - 0 Leigh RMI
Droylsden 1 - 3 Scarborough
Farsley Celtic 1 - 1 Alfreton
Gainsborough 2 - 3 Kettering
Hinckley 2 - 1 Workington
Hucknall 0 - 3 Harrogate
Hyde 0 - 0 Worcester
Moor Green 1 - 1 Nuneaton Boro
Redditch 2 - 2 Lancaster City
Vauxhall Motors 2 - 2 Stalybridge
Worksop Town 1 - 1 Blyth Spartans

Conference South
Bedford Town 2 - 0 Sutton Utd
Braintree 0 - 1 Hayes
Cambridge City 2 - 3 Weston-super-mare
Dorchester 3 - 1 Thurrock
Eastbourne Boro 1 - 0 Salisbury
Farnborough 1 - 0 Eastleigh
Fisher Athletic 3 - 3 Basingstoke
Havant and Waterlooville 4 - 0 Welling
Histon 3 - 2 Lewes
Yeading 1 - 1 Bishop's Stortford

Step 7 results not included today due to the FA Trophy

FA Trophy
Cammell Laird 2 - 1 Mossley
Skelmersdale United 4 - 2 Kendal Town
Burscough 3 - 1 Eastwood Town
Woodley Sports 3 - 2 Whitby Town
Ashton United 0 - 1 Gateshead
Halesowen Town FC 1 - 1 Clitheroe
Witton Albion 2 - 0 Alsager Town
Ilkeston Town 2 - 0 Guiseley
Willenhall Town 1 - 1 Rushall Olympic
Bradford (Park Avenue) 2 - 0 Solihull Borough
Kidsgrove Athletic 0 - 0 Chasetown
Radcliffe Borough 1 - 2 Stamford
Sittingbourne 0 - 0 Bath City
Folkestone Invicta 2 - 3 Billericay Town
Hemel Hempstead Town 8 - 4 Abingdon United
Chippenham Town 3 - 3 Didcot Town
Carshalton Athletic 0 - 1 Heybridge Swifts
Leyton 1 - 2 Kings Lynn
AFC Wimbledon 3 - 2 Tonbridge Angels
Tooting & Mitcham United F 1 - 1 Bromley
Leatherhead 0 - 3 Team Bath
Dartford 0 - 1 Evesham United
Leighton Town 2 - 2 Wealdstone
Gloucester City 1 - 0 Margate
AFC Hornchurch 1 - 3 Mangotsfield United
Molesey 1 - 0 Swindon Supermarine
Windsor & Eton 2 - 0 Hampton & Richmond Borough
AFC Sudbury 2 - 0 Ramsgate
Maidenhead United 2 - 1 Horsham
Northwood 0 - 0 Winchester City
Great Wakering Rovers 0 - 1 Merthyr Tydfil
Waltham Forest 1 - 2 Cray Wanderers
Marlow 0 - 2 Banbury United

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Ian W

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 6:15 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Match Reports: Coming Up!

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Ian W

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:12 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Man United 3
Portsmouth 0
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Alex Ferguson celebrated his 20th
anniversary as Manchester United
manager in style as his team ripped
Portsmouth apart at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils established a two-goal
cushion inside the opening 10 minutes
as Louis Saha drilled home a penalty
before Cristiano Ronaldo lashed home an
unstoppable free-kick.

Only the heroics of David James kept
the score respectable but even the
veteran keeper could do little to keep
out Nemanja Vidic's firm header midway
through the second period.

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Ian W

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:13 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Liverpool 2
Reading 0
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Dirk Kuyt grabbed two goals to secure
Liverpool's fourth home win in 11 days.

The Dutchman netted in each half to
consign hard-working Reading to their
fourth successive Premiership defeat.

Jermanie Pennant's 73rd-minute corner
was met by Crouch's head and the ball
hit Hahnemann before dropping for Kuyt
to force home from three yards.

The Berkshire side worked hard and
defended in depth but they only
threatened from set-pieces.

Ibrahima Sonko forced the ball home
only for the effort to be ruled out
because of a foul on 'keeper Jose Reina

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Ian W

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:15 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Watford 2
Middlesbro 0
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Watford claimed their first league win
of the season at the 11th attempt by
overcoming Middlesbrough.

An early own-goal from Jonathan
Woodgate and a second-half strike from
Ashley Young were enough to help the
Hornets to three points for the first
time this term.

Middlesbrough substitute James Morrison
missed a sitter shortly after Young's
goal, but Boro were poor throughout and
deserved nothing from the match.

With 12 minutes left, Morrison set up
Yakubu on the edge of the penalty area,
but his shot after a sharp turn lacked
venom and was caught by Richard Lee.

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Ian W

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:18 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Bolton W 0
Wigan Ath 1
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Wigan secured their second successive
win on the road thanks to a goal from
substitute Lee McCulloch.

The Scotland striker rifled a shot into
the corner in the 79th minute after a
clever build-up involving Henri Camara
and Kevin Kilbane.

It left Bolton stunned. They should
have taken the lead in the first half
but Nicolas Anelka fluffed a great
chance.

The Trotters almost levelled in
stoppage time only for Abdoulaye Faye
to find the wrong side of the post with
his effort.

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Ian W

PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:20 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Fulham 1
Everton 0
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Claus Jensen's deflected second-half
strike gave Fulham the points at Craven
Cottage and kept their unbeaten record
at home to Everton intact for another
year.

The Toffees have still not won at
Fulham since 1966 and were left
regretting missed chances before the
Dane struck to settle the issue.

Everton added an extra striker, James
Beattie, in the 72nd minute, with
Davies replaced.

Jensen fired another free-kick just
wide after Arteta had tripped Franck
Queudrue 25 yards from goal.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:20 pm    Author: Tom22    Post subject:

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SHREWSBURY'S TURN


Shrewsbury 0-0 Wycombe


Wycombe held on for a valuable away point at Shrewsbury, despite playing much of the second half with 10 men.
The visitors had central defender Will Antwi sent off in the 53rd minute for a second booking.

They were indebted to keeper Ricardo Batista for a brilliant double save from Derek Asamoah and a breathtaking stop from Neil Ashton.

Jermaine Easter forced Scott Shearer into a smart save and Kevin Betsy missed a great chance to pinch a win.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:32 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Charlton 1
Man City 0
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Battling Charlton clung to only their
second Premiership win of the season
and committed Manchester City to more
away-day misery through Darren Bent's
seventh goal of the campaign just
before the half-hour.

Bent was set up for a vital header by
man-of-the-match Jerome Thomas, just
back from injury, who also cleared off
the line from Trevor Sinclair.

But after Bent missed another chance
created by the former Arsenal youngster
and Souleymane Diawara's shot was
deflected over the bar by Micah
Richards, Charlton lived dangerously in
the end.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2006 8:35 pm    Author: Ian W    Post subject:

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Newcastle Utd 0
Sheffield Utd 1
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Danny Webber plunged Newcastle deep
into crisis as Sheffield United
snatched a deserved victory at St
James' Park.

The striker headed a 68th-minute Nick
Montgomery cross pass Steve Harper as a
game of few chances was settled from
the best of them.

Glenn Roeder's side mustered little in
front of goal and were booed from the
pitch as the Toon Army turned on
chairman Freddy Shepherd and the board.

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