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Today we face a potentially defining day in the Premier League title race. A little bit of Liverpool v Blackburn will whet our appetites before Arsenal meet leaders Manchester United at Old Trafford. Arsene Wenger admits if the Gunners lose they have "no chance" of winning any silverware this season.

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I literally cannot wait to hear what you think about it all.

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posted Apr 13, 2008

alinov. You are not trying to be Sir Boltzman. You are trying to be Ian Malcolm of Jurassic Park smiley

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posted Apr 13, 2008

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@alinov (U10871615)

I think i am stupid for even trying to talk with you..but its good fun...
Thermodynamics leads me to the Heat engine...Me thinks there is a law that proves that an ideal heat engine can never be made and hence i think we can say an ideal Mathematical model for Football cannot be made...and i think your model is as worthless as possible.
Possible an efficiency of 1% if that....

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We live in a World full of uncertainties. I have never on 606 claimed that my Model was 100% accurate especially when dealing with football and human emotions. All I said was that according to my predictions (97% worst case simulations), Chelsea to win the PL and CL titles.

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posted Apr 13, 2008

Never question the law of Alinov,merely except the outcome of the event at question!

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posted Apr 13, 2008

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comment by Djaybaj18 (U10729867)
posted Just Now

@alinov (U10871615)

I think i am stupid for even trying to talk with you..but its good fun...
Thermodynamics leads me to the Heat engine...Me thinks there is a law that proves that an ideal heat engine can never be made and hence i think we can say an ideal Mathematical model for Football cannot be made...and i think your model is as worthless as possible.
Possible an efficiency of 1% if that....

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We live in a World full of uncertainties. I have never on 606 claimed that my Model was 100% accurate especially when dealing with football and human emotions. All I said was that according to my predictions (97% worst case simulations), Chelsea to win the PL and CL titles.
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You'll never give up will ya anyways mate i am going now best of luk with ur modeling..Piece of advice never put money on the stock market...
cya have a good day.

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posted Apr 13, 2008




please leave the poor alinov alone, the man's a good man!


vent your spleen on your arsy arsene!




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posted Apr 13, 2008

I like Alinov too, he's a good sort.

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posted Apr 13, 2008

alinov is looney tunes.cravencottagefarts can attest to this from the ACON thread.

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comment by onithor (U4624020)

posted Apr 13, 2008

You guys are still on about the game? move on. surprisingly it is a fulham fan and a chelsea fan still debating it. Kinda funny eh?

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posted Apr 13, 2008

Well Done Caroline Cheese. An excellent thread 136 pages. Gr8 comment and good debate.

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posted Apr 14, 2008

In reply to your question 'footballer', I don't understand the question!!

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