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Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 20 Mar 2013, 09:32
by BeesKnees

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 21 Mar 2013, 15:59
by tpBEE
Sorry, I know this is only a small thing, but you put down that we got 48 points last year, when we only got 46. It's just something I noticed. Other than that very nice work

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 24 Mar 2013, 11:44
by timbee
tpBEE wrote:Sorry, I know this is only a small thing, but you put down that we got 48 points last year, when we only got 46. It's just something I noticed. Other than that very nice work


Well spotted - when I did it I thought it looked a bit odd. Now updated.
Table updated post-Cheltenham now that my fingers have defrosted. :cold:

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 25 Mar 2013, 10:58
by hoofer2
It is still so tight at the bottom. With the way things are going I can see second bottom team
having to get at least 50 points.

We have to get 3 points vs the Daggers on Friday as this is arguably the easiest fixture we have
remaining. Northampton have red hot form at the moment so waiting for the last game cannot be an
option.

Of all the remaining games I am confident we will win against Chesterfield (providing Jack Lester is lame).
A point vs Wombles and a point vs Torquay and we can relax for the Wycombe game.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 26 Mar 2013, 09:37
by jamiefrbees
with the quality and confidence we have in this side now we should be looking to - and believe we can - win every game.

60 points should be the target

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 30 Mar 2013, 11:02
by timbee
Updated post-Daggers - I couldn't bring myself to do it until this morning, but will try to do a quick revision after this afternoon's games.

And now brought up to date after this afternoon's games.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 31 Mar 2013, 12:30
by Milkfloat
Looking at the fixtures, its hard to see York digging themselves out of trouble bit I worry a bit about Aldershot. They have had odd periods of form but still have to go to Port Vale and Rotherham, which I can't see them getting anyhting from. We are incredibly difficult to predict as we always seem to be crap against the bottom teams but turn it on against the better teams. I would hate to have to go to Northampton still needing a result but its just the sort of thing that we are likely to succeed at! I did the predictor and had us surviving in 22nd place on 48 points so just 3 more points should be enough. I look forward to your more scientific prediction though!

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 01 Apr 2013, 17:37
by timbee
Now updated post-Wimbledon and how nice to be able to make a few changes, although in truth not a lot has altered as teams are being dragged back into the gravitational well of the relegation balck hole. Not sure how much it helps but in 6 of the past 7 years we would now be safe and looking forward to another year in the League 2 galaxy.

In other news Gillingham are guaranteed a playoff-place and only need 4 points to gain promotion.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 07 Apr 2013, 09:51
by finchleyman
But we're not - and I now have the Bees going down with York unless we get a result at Torquay.

We really do have to improve from yesterday's performance whcih was tactically inept.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 07 Apr 2013, 10:28
by timbee
And now updated after Chesterfield - when at least it was a sunny day.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 09 Apr 2013, 21:57
by timbee
Updated after this evening's games and Port Vale's frankly dismal performance has at least guaranteed them a play-off place whilst allowing Aldershot back within range of us and everyone else.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 14 Apr 2013, 16:41
by timbee
Greetings from Dorset! Now updated post yesterday's washout. Judging by the amount of rain down here yesterday and the water running off the fields it wasn't a huge surprise to see that the game had been called off. Very little esle was settled yesterday in the games that were played - things should get a bit clearer after Tuesday.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 20 Apr 2013, 08:41
by timbee
Table now updated ready for this afternoon's fun and games.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 29 Apr 2013, 12:47
by timbee
I've put the final version up - removing the lines for guaranteed promotion, play-offs etc.

If anyone wants I'll do it again next year - when I hope we will be nearer the top of the table.

Re: Real League Table 2012-13

PostPosted: 29 Apr 2013, 13:28
by Devon_Bee
Really appreciate this TimBee, :ohlord: I for one would love you to do it again next year.