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    Should we continue?

    Perm has greatly offered to take over the prediction league, although it's not worth his while to take over if there is not enough participation.

    So can we have an activity check of sorts here of those who want to see this continue and those who want to participate in the future. We should have about 15 or so names here for this to continue, imo.
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    Like I mentioned in marc's resignation thread, I'd be happy to take over but would have to limit the amount of stats work. FTR I'll be renewing my participation again, even if somebody else is more keen to run it.
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    Yes, I'd like it to continue

    If Perm is worried about the workload, he could just keep it to Tests. So many meaningless ODIs nowadays, I couldn't keep up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Yes, I'd like it to continue

    If Perm is worried about the workload, he could just keep it to Tests. So many meaningless ODIs nowadays, I couldn't keep up.
    I'd prefer to do both, it's just the averages and frequency of predictions threads would more than likely not continue.

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    I'd like to see it continue.
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    And me, that's 8 so far.

    Natman20, Pokerboy, Mr Wright, Vic, James90 are other regulars who could confirm their interest. A few more and we should have the numbers to go.

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    I confirm my interest. .Would love for this to continue.
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    Well i think there shouldnt be every match prediction in the league.....if we have only meaningful games to predict then it would be more fun and more people will likely come to predict, i predicted most of the games untill the world cup but then games like india v Bang, i couldnt be bothered to keep up......
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    Quote Originally Posted by godofcricket View Post
    Well i think there shouldnt be every match prediction in the league.....if we have only meaningful games to predict then it would be more fun and more people will likely come to predict, i predicted most of the games untill the world cup but then games like india v Bang, i couldnt be bothered to keep up......
    Which games are meaningful and which aren't is very subjective to different people though. I'm sure LA-ICE would be much more interested in predicting Cyprus v Papua New Guinea than the Ashes, for example.

    Anyway, I never got involved in this earlier because I wasn't sure how exactly to join and whatnot, but it always looked interesting so a new management presents the perfect opportunity for me to get involved. So count me in, if that's doable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Anyway, I never got involved in this earlier because I wasn't sure how exactly to join and whatnot, but it always looked interesting so a new management presents the perfect opportunity for me to get involved. So count me in, if that's doable.
    Pretty much exactly what I wanted to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Which games are meaningful and which aren't is very subjective to different people though. I'm sure LA-ICE would be much more interested in predicting Cyprus v Papua New Guinea than the Ashes, for example.

    Anyway, I never got involved in this earlier because I wasn't sure how exactly to join and whatnot, but it always looked interesting so a new management presents the perfect opportunity for me to get involved. So count me in, if that's doable.
    Quote Originally Posted by Majin View Post
    Pretty much exactly what I wanted to say.
    You two would both be very welcome to join

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