Saturday, October 27, 2012

Premier League Contest - Week 7

Hello and welcome to Week 7 of our Premier League Contest.

This is a special week, as we see the new Nike Maxim Hi-Vis ball introduced to League play. It's the same ball we've been using all season, except instead of white, it's now day-glo yellow for increased visibility during winter football.

A similar ball from Adidias is being displayed by lovely Carrie Stroup here....

Ashley Smith shows us a prototype ball still in secret development and under a black protective camouflage.

Tira Provost reminds us of the time when we used to play for "The Golden Goal." Thankfully, we don't do that anymore.


Flo Jalin shows us a blue ball. 'nuff said there.

And finally Mishel Thorpe brings us our weekly medical fun fact. Did you know that J-LoPhobia is a fear of a big backyard?
Thank you... I'll be here all week.

I'm actually quite surprised that we've gone this long without hitting any duplicates.... I'm sure that will change very soon. Maybe I'll have to change things up.... instead of posting duplicates... maybe a knockout bracket to choose the Premier League Girl of the Contest or something... Thoughts?

Anyways... all teams play this weekend, so please get your answers in by Monday afternoon at the latest.

And as always..... Go United! Huge game this week against Chelsea and we have numerous injuries...


13 comments:

Jim from Downingtown said...

What soccer ball?

jackplumstead said...

Reading 3 Fulham 3 Chris Baird header in 77th minute.
A knock out competition to choose the knock-out...no that's a poor pun.

--David said...

Yeah, I'm with Jim here: There are soccer balls on those cards??

CaptKirk42 said...

What was the question?

Commishbob said...

carry and Flo.... hubba hubba

Richard Nebe Jr. said...

Reading tied 3 up with Fulham. Mikele Leigertwood scores the first goal for Reading, Bryan Ruiz scores for Fulham to tie the game, Crhis Baird scores a go ahead goal for Fulham, Garath McCleary ties the game for Reading, Fulham pulls ahead again with a goal by Dimitar Berbatov, and the games ends with a tie by the final goal from Hal Robson-Kanu for Reading.

Commishbob said...

Hernandez with the winner as Man U climbs closer to Chelsea, 3-2. Lots of controversy but what's new?

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Kazi said...

Southampton 1

Jay Rodriguez (66)

Tottenham 2

Gareth Bale (15)
Clint Dempsey (39)

Play at the Plate said...

I keep missing these updates...

Mike Arteta scored in the 83rd minute to lead Arsenal to a 1-0 win over my QPR!!!

dayf said...

Arsenal 1-0 over QPR, Mikel Arteta scored the goal.

I just wasted 10 minutes looking up who scored the goal online when I could have just cheated off PAP's comment. I'm a fool.

Chuck's Used Cards said...

Liverpool 2 (neighbors) Everton 2

o.g and Suarez take 2-0 lead after 20 mintes, but Everton claw back to tie.

Luis Suarez scores goal in last minute but (wrongly) called back as offside. (where's the video reply when you need it ?)

Jones in between the post does well for Liverpool, American Tim Howard in Everton's net.

Kazi said...

West Brom 2
Peter Odemwingie (36, 60)


Southampton 0