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In this crazy world of Scottish football, there are loads of opinions and there are many different blogs and websites. Some you’ll like some you won’t, some you’ll think that the writers have been taking the brown acid from Woodstock with their insane views on the game.
There’s a lot of good stuff around though and we really liked the World Cup predictor that was run by Scottish Football Forums.
So it’s great news that they’ve offered one for the new Scottish season, which kicks off this weekend, so you better get your skates on if you want to enter.
Predict the score of each match in the SPL or the SFL to be in with the chance of winning a cash prize.
Entry is free to all registered members of the forum.
The prizes on offer in both predictors are
12 month subscription to the Scotzine.com fanzine
6 month subscription to the Scotzine.com fanzine
3 month subscription to the Scotzine.com fanzine
So there you go, some filthy lucre available if you can predict the scores. And if you sign up to the forum, you get free entry, so you have to say its worth your while.
The thing about these sites and competitions, its not just about winning the top prize, its about showing your football knowledge and getting it right up your mates. Why not invite your friends to join too and then grind their noses in the dirt by getting more right than them.
Or if you get less points than them, say something about their maw or sister, that’ll teach them….hey, it worked for Marco Materazzi!
As our crumpled bookies slips show, we’re not great at predicting results but here are some of our predictions for the season:
The first Falkirk v Dunfermline match ends in a mass riot, requiring Police officers from all over Scotland to come to the ground to take witness statements. This ends in disaster as warrants are requested for 14,000 men named Ken.
Mark McGhee annoys Rangers fans (causing two to spontaneously combust with permarage) by announcing he intends to select a team of baby seals to play Celtic.
The baby seals rally to draw 3-3 with Celtic, capitalising on a Charlie Mulgrew mistake to grab an injury time equaliser.
Derek Riordan to cause outrage by inviting the baby seals out clubbing.
Kevin Kyle to spend more time injured than playing.
The brains behind the Real Leigh Griffiths Blog to conjure up new tales for this season (okay, more of a hope than a prediction)
Rangers, due to injuries, suspensions and prelim exams, take to the field with 8 players, 3 of them under the age of 15 in a crucial Celtic v Rangers derby.
The 8 men of Rangers rally to draw 3-3 with Celtic, capitalising on a Glenn Loovens mistake to grab an injury time equaliser.
Paddy McCourt cunningly slips nicotine patches under the Clydesdale Bank logo on the sleeves of his jersey, enabling him to play a full 90 minutes. By May, McCourt has scored 65 goals and earned a call-up to the Brazil squad.
Gordon Waddell astounds Scottish football when he somehow manages to pen one column without sounding like a d*ck
The Motherwell v Dundee United Europa League final in Dublin is abandoned when Archie Knox goes feral at the sight of B*Witched performing pitch-side before the kick-off.
St Johnstone fans panic when they hear boss Derek McInnes demanding change. All is calm when they realise his local tanning salon has switched to a coin-operated booth.
Nothing crazy to come from Hearts or Vladimir Romanov. Not at all. Nope.
Danny Lennon doesn’t have to imagine no possessions as his new Paisley flat will be robbed on a weekly basis.
And some teams will win stuff, some teams will get relegated.
That’s our comprehensive round-up to the season ahead.
if you have any more crazy predictions, let us know below…if you fancy winning money by predicting the correct score, get yourself over to the Scottish Football Forums