Hello and welcome back to yet another episode of Monday Night Football taking the current Premier League back in time to 1997. This time out you cast your votes:
Welcome back to yet another episode of Monday Night Football through the lens of CM9798! We’ve got no counters and no half-time tactical analysis on a table top; that said, the Sky team of 1997 really missed a trick here! As ever, you voted:
Hello and welcome back to another episode of Monday Night Football with CM9798. This week we’ll be butchering Saturday’s midday kick-off, Everton vs. Crystal Palace match. You voted, there was 6% in it:
Hello and welcome back to another episode of Monday Night Football with CM9798. This week we’ll be taking a look at Sunday’s Spurs vs. Man City match. You voted, it was tight, so we flipped a coin the good old-fashioned way.
Last week we predicted a 5-0 victory for Liverpool away at Wolves. We got the result right, just way off on the score. Another one we’ll take!
Hello and welcome back to Monday Night Football with CM9798 where we look to recreate some of the magic of the 1990’s by giving a fixture from the current Premier League season the CM9798 touch.
Last week we looked ahead to last Saturday’s Newcastle vs. Chelsea fixture where we predicted a 2-2 draw. Whilst we didn’t get it all right, we predicted an efficient Newcastle and a resilient Dubravka so we’ll take that.
Hello and welcome to Monday Night Football with CM9798. Unfortunately Monday night’s have migrated to Fridays so we’ll take a look at a key fixture from the weeks Premier League action and, using the latest database kindly update by the chaps at www.cm97-98.eu we’ll see how things might pan out.
First stop we’ll take a look at how Dave’s Steve Bruce lead Newcastle might get on against a Frank Lampard inspired Chelsea. So far Steve Bruce has defied the odds and, despite some horrific statistics around possession etc. they sit cautiously optimistic in mid-table. Meanwhile Frank Lampard’s Chelsea sit in the Champions League spaces but are some way off the pace of the title challengers and appear to struggle against lower-table sides.