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Well a similar story here as we are going big again on Bristol City at 5/1 win (General) to be the most likely to claim that all important top slot.

A new era begins at Ashton Gate with player-boss Brian Tinnion replacing the departed Danny Wilson. The nearly man has gone but that may not be a bad thing, Bristol have become a bit predictable over the last few seasons, and while Danny could happily take them round the course he just couldn't clear that final fence. After two third-place finishes, City are desperate to go one better - but with top scorer Lee Peacock gone, much depends on new striker Paul Heffernan.

Brian Tinnion brings a fresh system and a fresh approach sure it may take time to settle but with the key components kept from last year the extremely passionate new manager stands a good chance. Lack of goals cost City last year, their defence was the best in the lower divisions, letting a stale looking Lee Peacock go is no negative, Paul Heffernan is a more natural finisher while Stephen Gillespie is also a name to watch for. ITV’s got some right spawny-eyed glakes on their panel this year: Sam ‘We’re in Europe, We’re in Europe, You’re Not, You’re Not’ Alladyce being not the least glakish among them. And, by Christ, but that Clive Tydlesley doesn’t half talk some frigging shat as well, doesn’t he?

Gelsenkirchen: Nice town (been there) – twinned with Newcastle, as it happens. And, like Newcastle they brew really nice beer and their local team, Schalke, are the perpetual underachievers of German football (or, at least, they used to be till, disappointingly they won the UEFA Cup a few years back and made that comparison considerably harder to justify).

So, this game started much more like the World Cup we know and love. Slow, ponderous, stuff to admire but, essentially, a bit ordinary. Plus, there’s the “clash of styles” so beloved by journeyman commentators with their cliché-meter switched to overdrive. Poland - all muscle, work-rate and possession. Ecuador - reminding me somewhat of Cameroon in 1994 – a team containing a bunch of gifted players but who were, seemingly, playing not just in eleven different teams but, indeed, on eleven different planets. Matters weren’t helped, either, by a whistle happy Jap ref and some inept passing by both sides.

And then, after twenty minutes, Tenorio scored with a neat header from a long throw just to confuse everyone even further, prompt dancing in the streets of Quito tonight and banish the possibility of this being this World Cup’s equivalent of 1970’s Morocco vs Bulgaria.

In the end, it turned into quite a decent little match – particularly the second half – full of thud and blunder and when the Ecuadorians nicely sprang the offside trap and Augustin Delgardo put them two up it was nothing less than they deserved. They’re neat, well-organised and they can certainly knock it around. And, how can you not love a team with a gadjy called Guagua in their side?!

Of course you cannot rule out their support - The passion of the fans builds every season - take 40,000 going to Cardiff for the play-off final in May, not bad for a League One outfit. If you add a returning Scott Murray to boost the attacking options for the team, then the goal power factor looks significantly increased. 5/1 is a little short, but they should have too much in the terms of squad, and of course, they have the experience of being there at the end. This year should be their year! Actually, this WC's Brazil reminds me very much of their 1986 team.

- Handsomely win group: 1-0 Spain, 1-0 Algeria, 3-0 Northern Ireland
(substitute Croatia for Spain, Australia for Algeria, and Japan for Northern Ireland and it looks *very* familiar...)

- Beat Poland 4-0 in round of 16 (substitute Ghana for Poland pls...)

- Face France is quarterfinals [no need to substitute anything here... ], beaten by Platini's France (the immediately previous great generation of French football, also at its "fin de siecle" at the time...) at penalty shootout (1-1 90' 1-1 ET - I believe Zico missed a penalty shot in the 90')




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