West United (@1.47) vs St Bernards (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

West United will win

West United – St Bernards Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 06:00

Martial (48 and 62) for Manchester United and A. Manchester United and West Ham United are leveling up at Old Trafford in a match for Day 1 of the Premier League. The goals of the match were scored by Z. At this stage, the history of direct confrontations is favorable to the home team, which has 5 wins and 3 draws in the last 8 games. Fletcher (35 ) for West Ham United. Ibrahimovi (2 and 90) and A. In fact, the last time these two teams played a game in this stadium was on 30-11-2016, in a match for the League Cup that ended the victory of Manchester United by (4-1).

When the Eastern league was resurrected in 1942, both St Bernard's and Leith Athletic were barred from 1943 after a poor season. Their last match was on 16 May 1942, a 32 home defeat to East Fife. When the Second World War began, the Scottish League was reorganised into regional leagues.[5] At first this suited St Bernard's as they were able to enjoy matches with local rivals Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian. However, the league was shut down at the behest of Aberdeen when it was decided to put Hearts and Hibs into the same region as Celtic and Rangers.

Nicknamed "The Holy Goalie", he was later forced to give up the game by Church authorities: in later years he was appointed an OBE and became Moderator of the Church of Scotland in 1966. In 1928, they gained the remarkable goalkeeping talent of Edinburgh University Divinity student Leonard Small. During the Depression, St Bernard's showed remarkable innovation in providing unemployed players with jobs whether in the Royal Gymnasium or with firms owned by the company's directors: resulting in them gaining talent that otherwise may have gone elsewhere or left football altogether.

In 1931, a former Hearts player even donated maroon socks for the club's kit! Much of the credit for St Bernard's resurrection during this period must go to Tom "Brandon" Ross, who doubled as trainer & groundsman, and was the winner of the annual Powderhall New Year Sprint at the remarkable age of 46. Joining the rebel "Central League" (made up of other debarred sides or those objecting to the lack of automatic promotion/relegation between the two divisions), St Bernard's became part of the new Second Division when the Scottish League capitulated to its rival in 1921. Furthermore, the Scottish League refused initially to have them back. But there also came unexpected help from Heart of Midlothian, who allowed St Bernard's to play at Tynecastle during this time.

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Lapsley was made Honorary President of Saints, and became the driving financial force behind the club. However, the ground proved too cramped for spectators and players alike, and St Bernard's played their games first at Powderhall from 1883 (later the ground for Leith Athletic), and then to nearby New Logie Green in 1889 (which had also been used before by Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian). After a year back at Powderhall in 1900, they returned to the Royal Gymnasium by 1901. When one of Saints' founding members, William Lapsley, took over as proprietor of the Gymnasium he opted to allow Saint Bernard's exclusive use of its football pitch.

The Red Devils aim to continue where they left in December and it remains to be seen if they are capable of extending their winning run in the league to six game. Manchester United are just three points behind their local rivals Manchester City in the Premier League standings and we predict that the visitors will go for a win against West Ham United. Anyhow, seeing that the Red Devils seem to be on top of their game at the moment, away win appears on the cards. Jose Mourinhos men showed character in a come-from-behind win over Middlesbrough, with Paul Pogba scoring a late winner for the English giants. Leicester City put an end to West Hams three-game winning run at the weekend, but Slaven Bilics troops escaped the danger zone and nothing else matters. London Stadium will host Mondays football game between West Ham United and Manchester United.

The Portuguese coach will be without Luke Shaw, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo, players recovering from injury. Manchester United reach this match with a defeat against Real Madrid, 2-1, in a match for the European Super Cup: the only goal of the team was scored by Lukaku. In this game at home coach Jose Mourinho should keep the team in a 4-2-3-1, with Lukaku being the most offensive reference: this player is very powerful and strong in the end. Note that the Red Devils have great quality, since they scored on average 2 goals and suffered 0.8 goals in the last 10 games played.

Those in charge of the Third Edinburgh Rifle Volunteers began to see the club as a distraction, and this resulted in the club divorcing itself from the regiment in 1878, as James Dunn and George Heathcote rechristened the club "St Bernard's" (with an apostrophe) after the famous St Bernard's Well sitting on the banks of the Water of Leith nearby, and which formed the badge of the club. Originally the club played at The Meadows along with Heart of Midlothian and later also Hibernian, before moving to their own ground, firstly at Powburn Park in Newington and then to John Hope's Park in Stockbridge, where its close proximity to the then playing fields of Edinburgh Academy helped them gain a following.

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Remarkably, St Bernard's finished their first season in the SFL in third place, thrashing St Mirren 80 and beating both Hearts and Rangers in their own grounds in the process. A year later, St Bernard's applied to join the SFL[4] and were admitted to the First Division. After a year of playing exhibition matches all over Britain they were allowed to rejoin the SFA in 1892 and played in the non-league Scottish Alliance.

The club was entered for the Scottish Qualifying Cup in 1946 a gambit Abercorn had adopted under similar circumstances in 1920 but the game never took place.[6] The club sold their 1,200 seater stand to Leith Athletic.[7] St Bernard's hoped that they would be allowed to play at their ground until they could find themselves a new venue, but once the stand was acquired Leith Athletic promptly refused.