The League of Gentlemen Footy Tipping Competition

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PROjECT

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Hi.
I run a Footy Tipping Competition through the www.footytips.com.au site. If you are already part of this site you might like to join my league called 'The League of Gentlemen'.
Search for this competition, and use the password "Pop" to join. There is no joining fee. The competition is just for fun. There are around 30 members already.
 

BigTigerCasey

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I believe the use of the word "Gentlemen" would automatically exclude myself, and possibly TBR and @Black.

@Rumpole should be a foundation member.

Will you change it to "Gentlepersons" or even just "Gentle", with appropriate colors and bolding?

(Ps. TBR's rise to immortality has brought out a new side to him - I thought he couldn't reach new heights, but he has confounded me yet again!)
 

PROjECT

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The League of Gentlemen is an English black comedy television series that premiered on BBC Two in 1999. The show is set in Royston Vasey, a fictional town in Northern England based on Alston, Cumbria.[1] It follows the lives of dozens of bizarre townspeople, all of whom are played by the show's writers—Jeremy Dyson, Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton, and Reece Shearsmith—who formed the League of Gentlemen comedy troupe in 1995.

The series was filmed mainly in Hadfield; other locations include Glossop, Gamesley, and Hope Valley in Derbyshire; Marsden and Todmorden in West Yorkshire; and Bacup in East Lancashire; and Mottram in Greater Manchester.[2]

The series ended in 2002, and was followed by a film (The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse) and a stage production (The League of Gentlemen Are Behind You!) in 2005.

Shearsmith and Pemberton later collaborated to create another dark comedy series, Psychoville (2009); Mark Gatiss appeared in one episode. The three also performed together in the fourth series of Horrible Histories, in which they play American film producers who hear movie pitches from historical figures.[3] Shearsmith and Pemberton also wrote and starred in the black comedy anthology series Inside No. 9, which premiered on BBC Two in 2014.
 

Coach

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I'm in. I'll try to be gentlemanly :)
 

thebigricho

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I believe the use of the word "Gentlemen" would automatically exclude myself, and possibly TBR and

(Ps. TBR's rise to immortality has brought out a new side to him - I thought he couldn't reach new heights, but he has confounded me yet again!)
Unfortunately, I am unable to participate.
 

PROjECT

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Jun 1, 2004
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Hi.
I run a Footy Tipping Competition through the www.footytips.com.au site. If you are already part of this site you might like to join my league called 'The League of Gentlemen'.
Search for this competition, and use the password "Pop" to join. There is no joining fee. The competition is just for fun. There are around 30 members already.
Final Call. Season starts next Thursday.

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