I’ll be back soon, in the meantime: a competition!

Good news for anyone who is left around here – I should be able to start making proper posts again within the next couple of days. It’s been a long time, far longer than anticipated, but They Think It’s All Over… should soon be back up and running (albeit from a dial-up internet connection!)

In the mean time though, those awesome guys over at SoccerPro are running a pretty sweet competition which gives you the chance to win your country’s football shirt for the next 10 years! Plus, everyone who enters automatically gets a coupon for $10 off something from SoccerPro just by entering, so it’s pretty much a win-win situation.

So click here to get on over there and enter, and I’ll hopefully see you all with some real posts in a couple of days!

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One Response to I’ll be back soon, in the meantime: a competition!

  1. Maurice Baker says:

    Dear Adam,
    Good news indeed!

    Liverpool v Everton
    In the last five years Everton have only managed two draws at Anfield.
    Liverpool are enjoying a mini revival; whilst Everton are on the up too!
    I guess this is about as close as Lawro comes to admitting defeat, especially against Everton:
    “Everton go into this game on the back of some very good form in the league. They’ve brought in two good deals in striker Donovan and defender Senderos, and Moyes must be a contender for manager of the month. Liverpool have turned the corner in terms of results, but I still think they are way short in the way they are playing. What is encouraging for Liverpool fans is that manager Benitez is picking a more attacking team. Despite Liverpool’s recent results though Everton fans must feel that this is their best chance for a while of causing an upset.”
    But he can’t quite bring himself to predicting an Everton win and goes for 1-1!
    Last year this match ended 1-1.
    Since losing at Portsmouth, Liverpool have gone six EPL games without defeat, taking 14 points from a possible 18.
    At Anfield, 8 of the 17 meetings have ended in a draw with Liverpool winning seven and Everton just two, most recently in September 1999.
    A win for Liverpool in the 213th Merseyside derby will take the Reds above Spurs into the final Champions League spot, at least for a few hours.
    There have been more red cards (17) in this fixture than in any other in the EPL.
    There have been eight dismissals in the last 10 league meetings.
    Liverpool have not scored more than two goals in an EPL game since putting six past Hull in September.
    Everton are unbeaten in nine EPL games, with their last defeat the 2-0 loss to Liverpool at Goodison on 29 November 2009.
    Moyes’ men have won four of their last five league matches.
    They have conceded four goals in their last seven top-flight games.
    It’ll be a draw, 1-1!

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