Such a shame footballindex didn't hang on another year. I had 450 shares in Grealish. I'd have had two weeks of media dividends and his price would have trebled. So annoying
Manchester City Points - 86.5 88 Liverpool Points - 76.5 78 Chelsea Points - 75 76.5 Manchester United Points - 73.5 75 Arsenal Points - 60.5 62 Tottenham Hotspur Points - 58.5 60 Leicester City Points - 58.5 60 Leeds United Points - 53 54.5 Everton Points - 52.5 54 West Ham United Points - 49 50.5 Aston Villa Points - 47.5 48 Brighton and Hove Albion Points - 45 46.5 Wolverhampton Wanderers Points - 42.5 44 Southampton Points - 41 42.5 Newcastle United Points - 39 40.5 Burnley Points - 38 39.5 Crystal Palace Points - 37.5 39 Brentford Points - 37.5 39 Norwich City Points - 35.5 37 Watford Points - 33.5 35
Am I missing something with Brighton? Why are they so fancied all of a sudden? They've finished bottom six for the last four years and have just sold their most valuable player. They're neat and tidy and probably won't get turned over too often but they'll still be near the bottom won't they? I'd expect them to be closer to Watford than West Ham or Villa.....
Well, I got a bit carried away. Gone for buys of Watford, Brentford, Villa, Birmingham, and Burton and a sell of Southampton. Brighton are up another three points after a quite fortunate win on the opening day so that'll be another sell, they're not going to get over 50 points
I was going to go with Sheff Utd but just checked their team news first and it was such weird line-up I abandoned the idea, it was the sort of team David Platt would have gone for, looks like I might have had lucky escape there. Was also going to go with QPR but they were a much higher price than I was expecting so I left it. Their manager's done a good job, could do with someone like that at Forest........
Well, it's taken a bit of weird turn at Watford so I'm taking a half point loss and getting the hell out, also taken a 2 point profit on Southampton. Wish I'd closed the bet on Birmingham a few weeks ago, they won't get that high again.
Newcastle down to 33.5 now, there's no risk there. That's a buy