Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Packs 29 - 31

Pack Twenty Nine

Aston Villa Squad: Although Villa have had a so-so season I reckon we'll start to see them as more of threat next season.

Javier Mascherano – West Ham: The Monster Masch. World beating international to West End Donkey and back to Super Smooth Euro Superstar.

Idan Tal – Bolton Wanderers: A name that looks like an anagram.

Didier Drogba – Chelsea: Dogbreath himself, I'm surprised he's only got 4 stars...

Leroy Lita – Reading: He's a good solid forward with a bit of spark.

Claudio Reyna – Man City: Looks like Andre's love child in his photo...

Pack Thirty

Blackburn Rovers Kits: Horrible betting sponsors...

Brad Friedel – Blackburn Rovers: Brad was frankly crap at Liverpool, he's now the most dependable keeper in the country.

Liam Ridgewell – Aston Villa: Looks a bit like my mate Rich... interesting that eh?

Christian Nade – Sheffield United: I've got Nade to say... ... ... sorry.

Stephen Hunt – Reading: A valid Reading sticker - blimey!

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink – Charlton Ath: JFH was such a disappointment. Usually guarantees a bag full of goals wherever he laces his mercenary boots.

Pack Thirty One

The Premiership Trophy: Sticker number 2! I think this another one that should be shiny shiny foil though.

Michael Dawson – Spurs: A good solid centre back, will probably get better and better with age.

William Gallas – Arsenal: A good solid centre back spolied by his Chelsea days and can't be arsed at Arsenal.

Matt Jackson – Wigan Ath: Is he the one that's been playing for 1500 years?

Nicky Weaver – Man City: Plucky nicky peaked when he was 19 in those play off final heroics... shame.

Tal Ben Haim – Bolton Wanderers: One of Big Sam's many exotic stars.

Wow, three packs with not a single swap! Very nice!

So another 18 stickers are added, making a total of 164 stuck. That's now a completion of 31.42%.

The NPP rises for the first time in ages to 5.29 with the GPP falling to 0.71.

With all that the completion target dips back under 100 to pack 98.67.

Reading are finally up and moving again, and Chelsea march on - both teams lead the way 11 stickers, but as you can see the spread behind is still plentiful and fairly even.

Only Everton and Watford are holding back, mustering less between them than most of the other teams in the league.

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