- Jan 28, 2016
If it hasn't been done before then can i just say how honoured i am to have the privilege of being the initiator of exewebs first bonafide scientific experiment.I need the science.
Has it been done before?
Did we lose the next game?
A solid answer means I may be able to bin my 'lucky' underpants.
Does the posting of the next matchday discussion thread on the same day of a previous Grecians match negatively effect the result of the following match?
I suggest that many variables are at play here which have the capacity to influence the data. For example, if MT selects the same 11 as the previous match v Crawley (other than McArdle for Parkes), then it can be assumed that the following match will also end in abject misery and defeat.
If MT decides to play the best side available to him then this game should end up with a win. However, if MT still decides to play the best side available and we are level or losing with half an hour to go and he continues to delay key substitutions, then this also could have an affect on the outcome of the match.
Given the high probability of getting a sh*t ref in this league, this also could be a factor that leads to a negative result.
I'm now the Chris Whitty of Exeweb.
Next slide please.
But not like the one Jake Taylor did away at Bradford last season which earned him a red card. NO MORE RED CARDS!