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I was wondering if it was possible to show tables (like in excel) on the forum?

 

I was bored at work being ignored and under appreciated, so thought I'd put my mad maths skills to work and play around with uefa co-efficient points, and got some interesting results!

 

If it wasn't for the old firm, the SPL would be ranked below the Irish League!

 

Would be good to let everyone see it!

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You can do it by copy&pasting your table into your post, selecting it all and wrapping the code tags around it. The code tag button is the one with the hash symbol. Here's an example which is the full SPL league table from the bbc -

 

Clydesdale Bank Premier League : Table
Thursday, 10 March 2011 21:40 UK

	 	 	| Home	 	 	 	| Away	 	 	 	 	 
	Team	P	W	D	L	F	A	W	D	L	F	A	GD	PTS
1	Celtic	28	11	3	1	39	9	10	1	2	22	8	44	67
2	Rangers	26	10	1	2	31	9	10	1	2	27	14	35	62
3	Hearts	28	8	3	4	21	13	9	1	3	20	11	17	55
4	Kilmarnock	28	5	2	6	19	16	7	4	4	23	17	9	42
5	Dundee Utd	27	7	1	4	19	15	3	9	3	16	18	2	40
6	Motherwell	29	6	2	7	19	16	5	2	7	12	22	-7	37
7	Inverness CT	29	4	3	8	18	21	5	6	3	21	16	2	36
8	Hibernian	29	5	4	5	15	19	4	1	10	16	26	-14	32
9	St Johnstone	28	5	4	5	9	13	3	4	7	9	21	-16	32
10	Aberdeen	29	5	2	7	21	16	4	2	9	10	31	-16	31
11	St Mirren	28	2	5	8	14	23	3	2	8	8	22	-23	22
12	Hamilton	29	0	6	8	9	22	2	3	10	8	28	-33	15

Note that table splits in half for the last five games of season, after which no team from the top six can drop into the bottom six, and no bottom six team can climb into the top six, irrespective of points earned.

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