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Post subject: History Changing Soccer - EPL 2016/17  PostPosted: Oct 14, 2017 - 03:03 PM



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I will be posting results here of my replay of the 2016/17 English Premier League Season, using History Changing Soccer.

How will Leicester fare in the defence of their title? Manchester has two new manager's, with much expected of Messrs Guardiola and Mourinho. How will they fare? Can Tottenham win their first title since 1960/61? How will the newly promoted teams get on? So many questions. Time for some answers.....

All matches in my replay world will kick off at 3pm and be played on the same day, so none of this Saturday lunchtime/evening, Sunday lunchtime/evening, Monday or Friday kick off's for me!

Matchday 1

Arsenal 0 v 1 Liverpool (LIV: Milner 31 PEN)

Bournemouth 4 v 2 Manchester United (BOU: King (2) 2, 66, Cook 35, Afobe 50 - MU: Pogba (2) 8, 78 )

Burnley 2 v 0 Swansea (BUR: Gray (2) 26, 74 PEN)

Chelsea 1 v 0 West Ham United (CHE: Willian 84)

Crystal Palace 4 v 0 West Bromwich Albion (CRY: Townsend 1, McArthur 47, Benteke 53, Ledley 79)

Everton 1 v 0 Tottenham Hotspur (EVE: Coleman 42)

Hull City 4 v 1 Leicester City (HUL: Snodgrass 39 PEN, Hernandez (2) 64, 77, Clucas 87 - LEI: Albrighton 90+3)

Manchester City 2 v 0 Sunderland (MC: Sane 15, Nolito 64)

Middlesbrough 3 v 3 Stoke City (MID: Leadbitter 37, Downing 53, Stuani 71 - STK: Allen 25, Own Goal 67, Arnautovic 76)

Southampton 0 v 2 Watford (WAT: Deeney (2) 11, 36

A dramatic opening day of the new season. The highlight has to be Bournemouth's amazing start to life in the Premier League, putting four past Manchester United. Jose Mourinho will not be a happy man tonight! Elsewhere, a big win for Liverpool at The Emirate's and a winning start for Pep Guardiola. Reigning champions Leicester crashed back down to earth, thrashed 4-1 at Hull City and a six goal thriller at Middlesbrough, against Stoke.

No Premier League table from me after just one match. I am a traditionalist and there will be no published league table until after Matchday 3.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Oct 15, 2017 - 02:52 PM



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Matchday 2

Burnley 0 v 2 Liverpool (LIV: Firminho 11, Wijnaldum 45+1)
Two wins out of two for Klopp's Liverpool

Chelsea 3 v 1 Watford (CHE: Pedro 43, Willian 70, Cahill 88 - WAT: Deeney 9)
New Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is enjoying life in England, as his team register back to back wins

Everton 1 v 1 West Bromwich Albion (EVE: Coleman 90+3 - WBA: Phillips 24)
It's Seamus Coleman to the rescue, as his last gasp equaliser earns Everton a point

Hull City 1 v 0 Swansea (HUL: Dawson 90+2)
Newly promoted Hull make it two wins out of two thanks to an injury time goal

Leicester City 1 v 2 Arsenal (LEI: Mahrez 71 PEN - ARS: Giroud 10, Walcott 16)
Leicester's defence of their title has got off to the worst possible start, having played two and lost two

Manchester United 3 v 1 Southampton (MUN: Ibrahimovic 13, Rashford 57, Pogba 90+3 - SOU: Gabbiadini 25)
Jose Mourinho's men recovered from an opening day horror show to win at Old Trafford, though nerves were jangling until Paul Pogba's injury time goal wrapped things up

Stoke City 1 v 3 Manchester City (STK: Shaqiri 49 - MCI: Aguero (2) 20, 33, Sane 64)
A 100% record for Pep Guardiola's City, as they cruised to an away day win in the Potteries

Sunderland 1 v 0 Middlesbrough (SUN: Defoe 78 PEN)
Not a great game but David Moyes' sees his Sunderland side win their first home game of the season

Tottenham Hotspur 1 v 2 Crystal Palace (TOT: Wanyama 70 - CRY: Own Goal 19, Zaha 55)
Spurs have endured a disastrous start to the campaign, losing both opening games. The Eagles, on the other hand, are flying high

West Ham United 3 v 3 Bournemouth (WHU: Payet 6, Carroll (2) 16, 90+2 - BOU: Pugh 33, Wilson 53 PEN, Cook 60)
The fans inside West Ham's new home are treated to a six goal thriller and what a match it was. West Ham lead 2-0, only to see free scoring Bournemouth score 3 and be seconds away from a famous victory. The ground erupted, however, when Andy Carroll's thumping header found the net to equalise in stoppage time

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Oct 16, 2017 - 02:16 PM



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Matchday 3

Chelsea 2 v 0 Burnley (CHE: Moses (2) 54, 66)
3 wins out of 3 for Chelsea, who are trying to put last season's terrible season behind them

Crystal Palace 2 v 1 Bournemouth (CRY: Zaha 21, Wickham 51 - BOU: Wilson 62 PEN)
An incredible start to the season continues for Palace

Everton 0 v 0 Stoke City
Honours even at Goodison Park

Hull City 1 v 2 Manchester United (HUL: Snodgrass 72 - MUN: Rooney 54, Martial 90+4)
Despair for Hull as a late, late Martial goal seals all 3 points for United

Leicester City 0 v 0 Swansea
The first point of the season for both clubs.

Manchester City 3 v 1 West Ham United (MCI: De Bruyne 16, Gundogan 31, Kompany 54 - WHU: Calleri 62)
City's 100% record was maintained with a comfortable home win

Southampton 1 v 0 Sunderland (SOU: Redmond 20)
The Saints are off the mark with a home win

Tottenham Hotspur 0 v 1 Liverpool (LIV: Mane 29)
Hopes were high at White Hart Lane before the start of the season, but not anymore as they have now played 3 and lost 3. Liverpool, on the other hand, are looking very impressive

Watford 1 v 5 Arsenal (WAT: Doucoure 37 - ARS: Mustafi 1, Ozil 25, Sanchez 38, Cazorla 42 PEN, Giroud 76)
Arsenal were in top form as they crushed poor Watford. When The Gunners are in this form they are irresistable

West Bromwich Albion 1 v 1 Middlesbrough (WBA: Chadli 73 - MID: Negredo 11)
A point apiece at The Hawthorn's

League Table (after Matchday 3)

1. Crystal Palace Pts 9 GD 6
2. Manchester City Pts 9 GD 6
3. Chelsea Pts 9 GD 5
4. Liverpool Pts 9 GD 4
5. Arsenal Pts 6 GD 4
6. Hull City Pts 6 GD 3
7. Manchester United Pts 6 GD 1
8. Everton Pts 5 GD 1
9. Bournemouth Pts 4 GD 1
10. Burnley Pts 3 GD -2
11. Sunderland Pts 3 GD -2
12. Southampton Pts 3 GD -3
13. Watford Pts 3 GD -4
14. Middlesbrough Pts 2 GD -1
15. Stoke City Pts 2 GD -2
16. West Bromwich Albion Pts 2 GD -4
17. West Ham United Pts 1 GD -3
18. Swansea Pts 1 GD -3
19. Leicester City Pts 1 GD -4
20. Tottenham Hotspur Pts 0 GD -3

How fortunes can change! Leicester City and Spurs, who battled it out for the title last season, are now rooted to the bottom of the table. Crystal Palace are the surprise package so far, but it's early days and Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool also have 100% records.

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Matchday 4

Arsenal 0 v 2 Southampton (SOU: Own Goal 61, Clasie 90+3)
Typical Arsenal, as they follow-up a 5-1 win with a home defeat. A great win for The Saints

Bounemouth 1 v 3 West Bromwich Albion (BOU: Smith 29 - WBA: Morrison 20, Rondon 65, Dawson 85)
West Brom too strong for Bounemouth, who have lost their last 2 matches

Burnley 1 v 2 Hull City (BUR: Vokes 51 - HUL: Maloney 3, Snodgrass 66)
Hull up to fifth with this away win

Liverpool 4 v 0 Leicester City (LIV: Mane 9, Lallana 45, Origi 68, Wijnaldum 88 )
The gagen-press is working wonders for Liverpool, having taken maximum points so far. Leicester, reigning champions, are bottom of the table

Manchester United 2 v 2 Manchester City (MUN: Martial 3, Mata 50 - MCI: Nolito 40, Aguero 52 PEN)
The first Manchester derby of the season ended in a pulsating draw. Twice United lead but were pegged back on both occasions

Middlesbrough 0 v 2 Crystal Palace (CRY: Zaha (2) 8, 82)
What a start to the season for Palace, winning all of their first four matches

Stoke City 1 v 1 Tottenham Hotspur (STK: Own Goal 15 - TOT: Alli 44)
Spurs are finally off the mark, but it's only one point as the match ends all-square in the Potteries

Sunderland 0 v 1 Everton (EVE: Lukaku 50)
Romelu Lukaku's goal wins it for The Toffee's, who are up to 6th

Swansea 1 v Chelsea (SWA: Llorente 17 - CHE: Batshuayi 26, Moses 66, Costa 90+2)
Swansea register their first goal of the season, but it's downhill from there as Chelsea win comfortably

West Ham United 1 v 3 Watford (WHU: Feghouli 56 - WAT: Janmaat 50, Deeney 61, Success 80)
The Hammers drop into the bottom three as they are well beaten by Watford

League Table (after Matchday 4)

1. Crystal Palace Pts 12 GD 8
2. Liverpool Pts 12 GD 8
3. Chelsea Pts 12 GD 7
4. Manchester City Pts 10 GD 6
5. Hull City Pts 9 GD 4
6. Everton Pts 8 GD 2
7. Manchester United Pts 7 GD 1
8. Arsenal Pts 6 GD 2
9. Southampton Pts 6 GD -1
10. Watford Pts 6 GD -2
11. West Bromwich Albion Pts 5 GD -2
12. Bournemouth Pts 4 GD -1
13. Stoke City Pts 3 GD -2
14. Burnley Pts 3 GD -3
15. Sunderland Pts 3 GD -3
16. Middlesbrough Pts 2 GD -3
17. Tottenham Hotspur Pts 1 GD -3
18. West Ham United Pts 1 GD -5
19. Swansea Pts 1 GD -5
20. Leicester City Pts 1 GD -8

Crystal Palace maintain their terrific start to the season to top the league, on goal difference, from Liverpool and Chelsea. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City remain unbeaten and are 4th. At the opposite end of the table, Spurs have their first point and Leicester have gone from champs to chumps to be seated bottom.

Matchday 5 sees Chelsea take on Liverpool in the 'match of the day', while high-flying Crystal Palace entertain Stoke. Tottenham, meanwhile, will look to gain much-needed ground with a home game against Sunderland.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: Oct 18, 2017 - 04:08 PM



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Matchday 5

Chelsea 3 v 1 Liverpool (CHE: Alonso 61, Hazard 66, Costa 76 - LIV: Origi 35)
A great win for Chelsea. Trailing at half time, 3 goals in 15 minutes turned the game Chelsea's way and sent them to the top of the table

Crystal Palace 1 v 0 Stoke City (CRY: Benteke 49)
Crystal Palace can't stop winning, as a Benteke goal gives them another 3 pts

Everton 0 v 0 Middlesbrough
A bore draw on Merseyside

Hull City 0 v 1 Arsenal (ARS: Walcott 26)
Arsenal back on track with an away day victory

Leicester City 2 v 2 Burnley (LEI: Mahrez 28, Musa 85 - BUR: Gray 36, Barnes 90+3 PEN)
Leicester thought they had won their first match of the season when Musa netted with just 5 minutes to go, but a penalty deep into stoppage time meant the spoils were shared

Manchester City 3 v 1 Bournemouth (MCI: Sterling (2) 11, 48, Aguero 50 - BOU: Daniels 1)
Bournemouth took a shock early lead but, thereafter, it was plain sailing for City

Southampton 1 v 2 Swansea (SOU: Austin 82 PEN - SWA: Llorente 6, 51)
Llorente's brace gives Swansea their first victory of the season

Tottenham Hotspur 2 v 0 Sunderland (TOT: Wanyama 21, Son Heung-Min 77)
Spurs are finally are up and running

Watford 0 v 3 Manchester United (MUN: Ibrahimovic (3) 2, 35 PEN, 57)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic registers the season's first hat-trick in an impressive away win for United

West Bromwich Albion 2 v 0 West Ham United (WBA: Rondon, McClean 50)
West Brom inch into the top ten but this defeat and other results has sent The Hammers to the bottom of the table

League Table (after Matchday 5)

1. Chelsea Pts 15 GD 9
2. Crystal Palace Pts 15 GD 9
3. Manchester City Pts 13 GD 8
4. Liverpool Pts 12 GD 6
5. Manchester United Pts 10 GD 4
6. Arsenal Pts 9 GD 3
7. Hull City Pts 9 GD 3
8. Everton Pts 9 GD 2
9. West Bromwich Albion Pts 8 GD 0
10. Southampton Pts 6 GD -2
11. Watford Pts 6 GD -5
12. Tottenham Hotspur Pts 4 GD -1
13. Bournemouth Pts 4 GD -3
14. Burnley Pts 4 GD -3
15. Swansea Pts 4 GD -4
16. Stoke City Pts 3 GD -3
17. Middlesbrough Pts 3 GD -3
18. Sunderland Pts 3 GD -5
19. Leicester City Pts 2 GD -8
20. West Ham United Pts 1 GD -7

Chelsea, then, win their big clash with Liverpool. Crystal Palace continue to confound their critics, winning their first 5 matches. Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal are handily placed but, at the other end of the table, West Ham and Leicester can't buy a win.

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Matchday 6

Bournemouth 3 v 2 Everton (BOU: Fraser 51, Stanislas 82, 90+1 – EVE: Mirallas 16, Barkley 3Cool
From two down Bournemouth stage a comeback to win 3-2

Arsenal 0 v 0 Chelsea
The two London giants cancel each other out

Burnley 1 v 3 Watford (BUR: Barnes 30 PEN – WAT: Holebas 26, Deeney 83 PEN, Okaka 86)
Watford move into the top half of the table with this away win

Liverpool 3 v 0 Watford (LIV: Coutinho (3) 36, 61, 69)
It’s the Philippe Coutinho show at Anfield, as the Brazilian bags a hat-trick

Manchester United 3 v 1 Leicester City (MUN: Ibrahimovic 4, Smalling 20, Mata 48 – LEI: Albrighton 56)
United are unbeaten in their last five matches. It’s a very different story for Leicester, as their dreadful start to the season continues

Middlesbrough 1 v 2 Tottenham Hotspur (MID: De Roon 67 – TOT: Davies 36, Eriksen 49)
Back to back wins for Spurs, leaving Boro still searching for their first win of the season

Stoke City 2 v 1 West Bromwich Albion (STK: Walters 32, Arnautovic 48 – WBA: Chadli 76)
Mark Hughes gets one over the previous Stoke manager, Tony Pulis, and his side register their first win

Sunderland 1 v 3 Crystal Palace (SUN: Kone 53 – CRY: McArthur 38, Benteke (2) 73, 80)
There’s no stopping this season’s surprise package, as Palace win again and go top. “It won’t last” say the pundits. Leicester City anyone…?

Swansea 0 v 2 Manchester City (MCI: Aguero 56, Toure 75)
City too strong and remain unbeaten. Just one win in six for Swansea

West Ham United 1 v 0 Southampton (WHU: Obiang 83)
The fans were getting restless and they left it late, but this was big win for The Hammers. Their first win in their new stadium

League Table (after Matchday 6)

1. Crystal Palace Pts 18 GD 11
2. Manchester City Pts 16 GD 10
3. Chelsea Pts 16 GD 9
4. Liverpool Pts 15 GD 9
5. Manchester United Pts 13 GD 6
6. Arsenal Pts 10 GD 3
7. Everton Pts 9 GD 1
8. Hull City Pts 9 GD 0
9. Watford Pts 9 GD -3
10. West Bromwich Albion Pts 8 GD -1
11. Tottenham Hotspur Pts 7 GD 0
12. Bournemouth Pts 7 GD -2
13. Stoke City Pts 6 GD -2
14. Southampton Pts 6 GD -3
15. Burnley Pts 4 GD -5
16. West Ham United Pts 4 GD -6
17. Swansea Pts 4 GD -6
18. Middlesbrough Pts 3 GD -4
19. Sunderland Pts 3 GD -7
20. Leicester City Pts 2 GD -10

Palace are top of the table after their sensational start to the season but with some big teams breathing down their neck. How fortunes have changed at the other end of the table, however, for Leicester City. Manager Claudio Ranieri is under pressure so soon after doing the impossible. Such is the the crazy world of football………

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Matchday 7

Burnley 2 v 2 Arsenal (BUR: Marney 8, Barnes 51 - ARS: Walcott 1, Sanchez 15)
The Gunners lead twice but were held to a draw. A point gained or 2 points lost?

Everton 3 v 1 Crystal Palace (EVE: Lukaku 6, Lookman 57, Own Goal 70 - CRY: Zaha 21)
Finally Crystal Palace's run is over. Everton were the stronger but needed an own goal to really put the game to bed.

Hull City 2 v 1 Chelsea (HUL: Hernandez 20, Dawson 55 - CHE: Batshuayi 90+4)
Chelsea battered the Hull City goal but only had one goal to show for it and that came deep into stoppage time. By that time the match was over, as the home side experienced one of their greatest wins

Leicester City 0 v 2 Southampton (SOU: Gabbiadini 31, Redmond 89)
Another defeat for Leicester and they still await their first win. Ranieri cuts a bemused and frustrated figure on the touchline

Manchester United 1 v 0 Stoke City (MUN: Martial 43)
Not much to choose between the sides and Martial's goal wins all 3 points for the Red Devils

Sunderland 0 v 1 West Bromwich Albion (WBA: McAuley 29)
Only one loss in 6 for The Baggies. Sunderland, on the other hand, have now lost their last 5 matches

Swansea 1 v 4 Liverpool (SWA: Fer 16 - LIV: Coutinho 28, Origi 41, Lovren 68, Mane 90+1)
Swansea took the lead but from then on it was all Liverpool, as they ran rings round the Swans to go top of the table

Tottenham Hotspur 2 v 2 Manchester City (TOT: Kane 7, Eriksen 17 - MCI: Fernandinho 15, Aguero 90+2)
A great match at White Hart Lane. It was end to end stuff and Tottenham thought they'd won it but, with just seconds to go, Sergio Aguero stole a point for City, who remain unbeaten

Watford 3 v 1 Bournemouth (WAT: Kabasele 55, Capoue (2) 73, 90+4 - BOU: Daniels 85)
Watford move up to 8th with this solid win

West Ham United 2 v 1 Middlesbrough (WHU: Lanzini (2) 12 PEN, 41 - MID: Own Goal 47)
Back to back wins for West Ham and this one takes them out of the bottom 3. Middlesbrough, without a win this season, change places with them.

League Table (Top 6/Bottom 6) (after Matchday 7)

1. Liverpool Pts 18 GD 12
2. Crystal Palace Pts 18 GD 9
3. Manchester City Pts 17 GD 10
4. Chelsea Pts 16 GD 8
5. Manchester United Pts 16 GD 7
6. Everton Pts 12 GD 3

15. Stoke City Pts 6 GD -3
16. Burnley Pts 5 GD -5
17. Swansea Pts 4 GD -9
18. Middlesbrough Pts 3 GD -5
19. Sunderland Pts 3 GD -8
20. Leicester City Pts 2 GD -12

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Matchday 8

It’s raining goals in the Premier League on Matchday 8!

Bournemouth 5 v 3 Hull City
Fraser 8 Clucas 43
King (2) 31, 54 Own Goal 76
Wilson 32 Niasse 82
Ake 90+1

Arsenal 5 v 2 Swansea
Giroud (2) 44, 86 Routledge 16
Cazorla 58 PEN Llorente 90+3
Sanchez (2) 67, 87

Chelsea 1 v 1 Leicester City
Costa 49 Mahrez 33 PEN

Crystal Palace 4 v 0 West Ham United
Milivojevic 7 PEN
Cabaye (2) 35, 36
Dann 60

Liverpool 2 v 2 Manchester United
Coutinho 2 Valencia 1
Firminho 16 Martial 84

Manchester City 2 v 1 Everton
Aguero (2 PENS) 9, 45+1 Lukaku 60

Middlesbrough 1 v 0 Watford
Leadbitter 47

Southampton 2 v 0 Burnley
Gabbiadini (2) 5, 20

Stoke City 5 v 1 Sunderland
Crouch 9 Defoe 49 PEN
Own Goal (2) 27, 70
Walters 65 PEN
Shaqiri 90+2

WBA 1 v 1 Tottenham Hotspur
Robson-Kanu 22 Kane 90+4

League Table (Top 6/Bottom 6)
Pts GD
1. Crystal Palace 21 13
2. Manchester City 20 11
3. Liverpool 19 12
4. Chelsea 17 8
5. Manchester United 17 7
6. Arsenal 14 6

15. West Ham United 7 -9
16. Middlesbrough 6 -4
17. Burnley 5 -7
18. Swansea 4 -12
19. Leicester City 3 -12
20. Sunderland 3 -12

Crystal Palace bounce back with a thumping win over West Ham and go back to the top of the table. They should enjoy this while they can, however, as there are some big teams just behind them ready to pounce and surely this amazing run can’t continue? At the bottom it couldn’t have gone any worse for Sunderland, conceding 5 at Stoke. A great point for Leicester at Chelsea takes them off the bottom.

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This is probably a good time to leave the replay posting as it is, so we will never know if Crystal Palace would have done a Leicester and took the title or whether one of the big guns would have risen to the top.

If any of you are interested in changing soccer history then please visit www.sportsreplays.net via the Philip Gibson Game's tab for ordering information for History Changing Soccer.

Please also see my other published games Let's Play Darts and Pot Black, both of which have proved very popular with the sports replay gaming community.

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