By Steve Sands (AFS contributor)
In celebration of ten weeks, 20 blogs and 25,000 page views, here is a quick recap and update on the topics I’ve covered.
The road to Wembley continues with Blyth’s live televised trip to Hartlepool on Friday 5th December with a 7.55pm kick off. In the meantime the Spartans have league games against Kings Lynn Town, Ilkeston and Witton Albion to concentrate on before their big day.
The Spurs fans seem to have decided booing your own team can have a positive affect!
However, Emmanuel Adebayor recently told the Guardian that Tottenham’s players are struggling with the pressure of a negative atmosphere at White Hart Lane “Instead of booing people, which will make it
Updated 2nd October 2015 at 01:52 PM by Statisticus
We have made the step of setting up the facebook commenting system on 11v11 for the first time.
Now you can add your own comments to player and match pages using your facebook, Yahoo, AOL or Hotmail account.
It is up to you , the site users, as to how this develops but here are some suggestions:
1) Find your favourite players and write a few sentences about what made them so great.
2) What were the best matches you have ever seen - find them on the database and write a little about them.
3) Have you found something which needs adding to the database about a player or match - add a comment and a moderator will pick up the suggestion.
4) Write short pen-picks of all the players of your team.
5) Write short match reviews of all your team's matches.
Updated 28th October 2012 at 07:27 AM by 11v11
We are covering all matches live with our Twitter App - the 11v11 Matchdeck as per usual.
Here's the link for Euro 2012 live on twitter
Updated 10th June 2012 at 09:51 AM by Statisticus
11v11 top ten football stats of the month
We have a new regular feature on 11v11 - the top ten football stats stories of the month! Here are our selections for November:
1. No Frenchmen for Arsenal
In their game with Fulham at the Emirates Stadium on 26 November there was not one Frenchman in the Arsenal line-up for the first time since September 2005. In addition, including their three substitutes, Arsenal fielded a team of 14 different nationalities – a Premier League first.
Since the start of the 2005-06 season Arsenal have fielded players from 26 different nationalities (40 since the inception of the Premier League) and this is their table of appearances:
Updated 5th August 2012 at 06:16 PM by Statisticus