NBI Week 24 Results and Highlights with … @TheMakeleleRole

Tomasz Mortimer predicts the weekend’s Hungarian NBI games against a football expert on Twitter who knows little to nothing about the Hungarian league.  For week 23 we welcome @TheMakeleleRole of Not the Top 20 Podcast. The person with the most points at the end of the season will receive £100 for their chosen charity. 

 

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Tom Ali   Results
DVTK vs Újpest (1/04) 1-3 0-1  3-1
Gyirmót vs MTK (1/04 ) 1-1 1-2  1-0
Paks vs Videoton (1/04 ) 1-1 (1 pt) 3-1  0-0
Haladás vs Mezokovesd (1/04) 2-0 (1 pt) 0-0  4-2
Vasas vs Debrecen (1/04) 2-0 1-0  2-3
Honvéd vs Ferencváros (1/04) 1-1 2-1 (3 pts)  2-1

Points: Correct result = 1 point, Correct score = 3 points

Overall Table

Points Beat Tomasz?
Week 1 – @SloveniaFooty 3 x
Week 2 – @MonNightDawes 1 x
Week 3 – @FaeroskFodbold 4
Week 4 – @Kdschlewitz 0 x
Week 5 – @JongsmaJongsma  7
Week 6 – @Priya8Ramesh  3
Week 7 – @TomDanicek  1 Draw
Week 8 – @CDucksbury 1 x
Week 9 – @dan_bu 5
Week 10 – @meghanpatrice 3 x
Week 11 – @Hamoudi_F8 5
Week 12 – @Zonal_Marking 8
Week 13 – @_Zeets 2 x
Week 14 – @Lady_Weatherby 7
Week 15 – @UtdRantcast 5
Week 16 – @GameOfThrowIns 4
Week 17 – @ConorPacKelly 5 x
Week 18 – @RossDunbar93 5 x
Week 19 – @BenMcAleer1 6 x
Week 20 – @BillyDavidAbbot 2 (Game in hand)
Week 21 – @davidpreece12 2 Draw
Week 22 – @Marottanomics 2 x
Week 23 – @redrobbery 5 Draw
Week 24 – @TheMakeleleRole  3

Author: Chris Barrett

Let me take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Chris Barrett and I have played and coached football for as long as I can remember. I’ve always been fascinated by this sport all over the world and follow more leagues than the number of years behind me. I am not Hungarian, nor I have I lived in Hungary. Honestly, I decided to follow NBI this season (2016-17) because I’ve always admired the rich history of this country and its contribution to the evolution of tactics and strategy within the game. I’ve enjoyed watching the current national squad become more competitive over the years and I, like many other football fans from around the world, loved watching their story unfold in the Euros this past summer. I was born and raised in the United States which tends to makes me less credible in some circles and I understand that bias, but I’m working hard to understand not just the sport but the people and culture of Hungary. Thanks to Tomasz for allowing me to cut my teeth on this site, and to Gayle who has enlightened me on the culture (and drama) of the officiating side of things. Also a shout out to Gáby who has always made me feel welcome and has answered a lot of my early questions. I’m very grateful for the whole community here.

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