You signed up for the SoFoot League, but you don’t know which team to choose so as not to end the week with 0 points? Rest assured, we’re here to help.
Criticized and now adored by all of France, the second edition of the League of Nations ended this Sunday with the victory of the Blues. A competition that the SoFoot League has always adored since it allows you to have matches on days when there is only MLS. But unlike the League of Nations, the SFL is not ready to stop since the season has barely started. And there is always time to get on the wagon.
Among the 150 reasons why the international break bores everyone, there is the fact that there are very few surprises. In the majority of cases the big nations will beat the small ones or at worst make a draw. And as proof, in the week of SoFoot League there was only one golden snip (score of 50 or more). And this one is to the credit of Lithuania which obtained it thanks to its 3 goals against Bulgaria. And this is not the surprise of the year either, since Bulgarians are not the same since the retirements of Berbatov, Stoichkov or even Kostadinov. Yes, they’ve sucked for a while now.
Yes, it is said above that it is difficult to make a golden nose during the international break because the surprises are too few. Except that sometimes the odds are badly done and you should not miss the opportunity. This is the case with Malta on the Cyprus lawn. So yes the Maltese have just suffered a violent 4-0 against Slovenia except that their only victory in this group was against … Cyprus. A scathing 3-0 which proves that Malta does not deserve to be the little thumb of this meeting.
I know what you are telling yourself. ” The last time he already proposed Valencia against Real Madrid and it only brought in 5 points “. It’s true. Except that when the Chés were leading 1-0 in the 85th minute you were happy to have followed my advice. So if you like la vida loca you can give Valencia a chance again. A team that remains on two draws, one victory and one defeat in its last 4 visits to Camp Nou. So if Guedes’ pals could do that against Lionel Messi, imagine what they can do against Luuk de Jong. Especially since Barça is very close to dismissing Ronald Koeman to replace him with Xavi, it would be a shame to stop there.
It’s official, Newcastle are the richest new club in the world since their takeover by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Except that as long as the transfer window has not opened, it does not change anything: Newcastle is zero as evidenced by their 19th place in the standings. And if the Spursare also not in the best shape of their lives, they should still be okay withMagpies. For the second leg, that’s another story.
After leaving his seat for a few days, Peki63 is once again seated on his throne as the leader of the individual general classification. Ditto in the general team classification where FC Embu regains its first place. Too late anyway to recover the star lost in September. A month in which hugovuil slightly missed out. Too bad, he makes up for it by dominating the ranking for October. Another 19 days to go and the PS5 will be yours.
by Steven Oliveira