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What would you prefer?

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Joe_Fox, Jan 9, 2004.


What would you prefer (in a sequence of 3 league games)?

  1. LCFC win one game and lose two

  2. LCFC draw three games

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  1. Joe_Fox

    Joe_Fox Well-Known Member

    In an earlier thread, I posed the question:

    In a sequence of three league games, would you prefer LCFC to win one and lose two, or draw all three?

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  2. Joe_Fox

    Joe_Fox Well-Known Member

    Interesting. How about the order of the first sequence,
    Would you prefer:

    a) L-L-W
    b) D-D-D
  3. Scowcroft

    Scowcroft New Member

    Joe, you really are scraping the barrel for topics! :lol:

    To be honest, I couldn't care less as long as we're winning games and picking up points. We need to start winning games now as draws are not good enough.
  4. Malf

    Malf New Member

    Rude, so rude.
  5. Joe_Fox

    Joe_Fox Well-Known Member

    Scrapping the barrel?
    That's rich coming from you, you've scraped the barrel so many times that there is a hole in it! :lol: :wink:
  6. Scowcroft

    Scowcroft New Member

    Yeah, and this topic is an insult to the hole in the barrel! :lol: :wink:
  7. Malf

    Malf New Member

    Malf's off to the pub in an hour, get in!!!!!!
  8. Joe_Fox

    Joe_Fox Well-Known Member

    I'd prefer L-L-W
  9. SamuearlJackson

    SamuearlJackson New Member

    i prefer D-D-D because.......total number of points gained by LCFC=3 either way. total number of points gained by other teams in the league=3 with D-D-D but 6 with one win and two losses. therefore we will be in a stronger position on average with D-D-D. (this assumes that we don't always beat the relegation contenders and lose to top of the table sides.)

  10. Joe_Fox

    Joe_Fox Well-Known Member

    Good point Samuel.

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