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3 minutes ago, geoff58 said:

would have been the double but for the craziest decision lindgren/bjerre !! ask tatum what he thinks about that decision :o if the meeting would have been live on tv lindgren would have been exc for sure !!  FACT !!

50/50 no fact. 

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1 minute ago, stevebrum said:

50/50 no fact. 

Lindgren was 100% at fault. Take the blinkers off.

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1.Leicester

2.Belle Vue

3.Somerset

4.Rye House

5.Poole

6.Wolverhampton

7.Kings Lynn

8.Swindon :lol:

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3 hours ago, geoff58 said:

YEAH RIGHT :lol:

Right decision. 

3 hours ago, Steve Shovlar said:

Lindgren was 100% at fault. Take the blinkers off.

Ditto.

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48 minutes ago, scottyfan said:

1.Leicester

2.Belle Vue

3.Somerset

4.Rye House

5.Poole

6.Wolverhampton

7.Kings Lynn

8.Swindon :lol:

Couldnt resist could you... The black cloud strikes again..

Edited by Starman2006

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1. Poole - Awesome team from top to bottom and if we don't win then serious questions need to be asked. 2 ringers on false averages in Woryna and Szczepaniak. C. Holder should put a point on his average. Kurtz will improve his average. Grajczonek and Sundstrom will at least hold there averages. Shanes will only improve after getting a team spot at Sheffield. 

2. Leicester - Love the look of this line-up. Vaculik as the No.1. Backed up by 2 experienced HL's in Andersen and King. Pieszczek is the trump card for me. Strong reserve all season too.

3. Belle Vue - Few question marks for me but will be good for top 4. Tungate and Bewley will improve there averages. Drozdz is the key.

4. Rye House - Yes its an old aged team but I cant see Rye losing much at home all season long tbh (2 meetings tops). The new Lakeside of the top flight and I expect them to get 4th spot due to the home form.

5. Wolverhampton - Ranking Wolves just above Swindon because the reserves are better than Swindon's apart from that both teams are poor tbh. Thorssell at No.1 is a mistake. Greaves will struggle due to lack of meetings. 

6. Swindon - Poor poor side. Morris and Bellego will not hold there averages. Davey is no good. Batchelor is unreliable. Too much pressure on Wajtknecht who should be the No.7 and not No.6. Ellis and Musielak could improve there averages but that's about it tbh.

7. Somerset - 1 man team tbh apart from Doyle you cant see where the Heat wins are going to come from away from home. 

8. King's Lynn - Rubbish tbh. NKI great signing but apart from that Lynn have Lambert who doesn't want to be there and then a bunch of 5.00 pointers with no 3rd Heat Leader.

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53 minutes ago, Matt Ford Fan said:

8. King's Lynn - Rubbish tbh. NKI great signing but apart from that Lynn have Lambert who doesn't want to be there and then a bunch of 5.00 pointers with no 3rd Heat Leader.

But always a strong reserve, something most people seem to ignore. Could even be two if Andersen comes off.

That said we do look 8th strongest, although I don't think there is too much in it 4th - 8th.

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On 2/10/2018 at 12:32 PM, stevebrum said:

50/50 no fact. 

It's no fact but it aint 50/50 either, the vast majority of people who were there and those who have seen the video of the crash put the blame clearly on Lingren.

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1 hour ago, hyderd said:

It's no fact but it aint 50/50 either, the vast majority of people who were there and those who have seen the video of the crash put the blame clearly on Lingren.

I've read equally as many blaming Bjerre so depends which way you look at it. 50/50 is easily it's best description. 

I certainly see it as one that could have gone either way.

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13 hours ago, stevebrum said:

I've read equally as many blaming Bjerre so depends which way you look at it. 50/50 is easily it's best description. 

I certainly see it as one that could have gone either way.

I guess it's one that we'll never agree on, so best leave it there. 

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On 20/02/2018 at 6:35 PM, Matt Ford Fan said:

1. Poole - Awesome team from top to bottom and if we don't win then serious questions need to be asked. 2 ringers on false averages in Woryna and Szczepaniak. C. Holder should put a point on his average. Kurtz will improve his average. Grajczonek and Sundstrom will at least hold there averages. Shanes will only improve after getting a team spot at Sheffield. 

2. Leicester - Love the look of this line-up. Vaculik as the No.1. Backed up by 2 experienced HL's in Andersen and King. Pieszczek is the trump card for me. Strong reserve all season too.

3. Belle Vue - Few question marks for me but will be good for top 4. Tungate and Bewley will improve there averages. Drozdz is the key.

4. Rye House - Yes its an old aged team but I cant see Rye losing much at home all season long tbh (2 meetings tops). The new Lakeside of the top flight and I expect them to get 4th spot due to the home form.

5. Wolverhampton - Ranking Wolves just above Swindon because the reserves are better than Swindon's apart from that both teams are poor tbh. Thorssell at No.1 is a mistake. Greaves will struggle due to lack of meetings. 

6. Swindon - Poor poor side. Morris and Bellego will not hold there averages. Davey is no good. Batchelor is unreliable. Too much pressure on Wajtknecht who should be the No.7 and not No.6. Ellis and Musielak could improve there averages but that's about it tbh.

7. Somerset - 1 man team tbh apart from Doyle you cant see where the Heat wins are going to come from away from home. 

8. King's Lynn - Rubbish tbh. NKI great signing but apart from that Lynn have Lambert who doesn't want to be there and then a bunch of 5.00 pointers with no 3rd Heat Leader.

You really don't know a lot about Speedway do you. 

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1 hour ago, rebelwonderkid said:

You really don't know a lot about Speedway do you. 

There's not an awful lot in there to be disagreed with really, one or two little things but he makes many good points. The top three look way ahead if the rest but after that it's fairly tight.

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2 hours ago, Bagpuss said:

There's not an awful lot in there to be disagreed with really, one or two little things but he makes many good points. The top three look way ahead if the rest but after that it's fairly tight.

In terms of calling Somerset a one man team. He is either extremely biased or doesn't know anything speedway. 

Without Doyle we picked up victories at Belle Vue, King's Lynn and Poole last season and only lost by 6 at Leicester. We have essentially got twice the rider of Grajczonek in Doyle and vastly improving riders in Allen, Holder and BWD. Then an ever improving Wrighty and Lawson put in some decent scores too. In what way is that a one man team? Add in the fact 5 track specialists and Holder who rides the track well. That doesn't seem a one man team to me. 

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54 minutes ago, rebelwonderkid said:

In terms of calling Somerset a one man team. He is either extremely biased or doesn't know anything speedway. 

Without Doyle we picked up victories at Belle Vue, King's Lynn and Poole last season and only lost by 6 at Leicester. We have essentially got twice the rider of Grajczonek in Doyle and vastly improving riders in Allen, Holder and BWD. Then an ever improving Wrighty and Lawson put in some decent scores too. In what way is that a one man team? Add in the fact 5 track specialists and Holder who rides the track well. That doesn't seem a one man team to me. 

 I admire your loyalty, even at the extent of blinded vision.   Make no mistake,  when Somerset is referred to a one man team it is because in Doyle they have a great rider who will win most races at each of you meetings.  The other riders are all decent people capable of winning some.     Your 2nd and 3rd HL are of the lowest CMA in the league.    Yes you may have performed well on your travels last year and scored decent points, but that doesn't mean anything this years.   This is a new ball game with different sides...

Looking at all the teams so far   in my eyes Somerset are one of the weakest......    that being a structured analysis  with no biased attachment....... I wish I could be more optimistic .... Sorry........ 

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