Fantasy Premier League | It's All Over Now

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James Kenealey

by James Kenealey on

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

The 2017/18 Premier League season, a season that feels strangely as though it ended a long time ago, is over. Even challenging the very definition of the phrase 'one horse race', the title was decided some months ago as the blue side of Manchester romped to 100 points and their 5th title, beating their neighbours by, apparently, around 15 million points. They may as well have finished 4th.

The season proved to have little drama in it, at least at the top. By the final weekend there was only one position of note to decide, and that was whether Liverpool or Chelsea would qualify for the Champions League (the other, of course, consigned to the Europa League). The champions, the rest of the Europa League qualifiers, and the relegated teams were all decided. It was hardly a Hollywood finale.

A Construction Journey

This season we have been on a journey through the world of construction in Premier League stadiums. On our tour we've been to and seen: 

- Manchester City - How some clever engineering has resulted in the resurrection of a club
- West Ham United - How poor engineering has killed a club
- Liverpool  - The rise of a new giant stand behind the old one at a legendary old stadium
- Arsenal - Cool construction projects for old football grounds
- Tottenham Hotspur - The biggest stadium construction project for years 

It's been interesting to see how construction projects have changed the face of clubs' fortunes - look at the difference between Manchester City and West Ham for one startling example. With more projects on the horizon, such as at Chelsea, it'll be interesting to see what effect they have.

The Morson League

There was more drama in the Morson League than the actual Premier League with the winner, Sam Mabbott's Game of Throw-Ins being crowned champion in the final weekend!

Commiserations to our Newcastle United-supporting fleet manager Dave Robinson who managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory after months of comfortably sitting at the top. In scenes that mirror the 1995/1996 Premier League season with startling accuracy, Dave's own Toon Army also failed to capitalise on their dominance in the face of a late surge from below and instead finish in second place. As we approached the final week, we tried to get an interview with Dave but he declined to answer any of our questions, shouting repeatedly instead that he would "love it, love it if we beat them."


Fleet manager Dave reacts


Our winner Hull City-supporting winner Sam was absolutely delighted to be told that we were struggling to get him a signed Hull shirt, and instead settled for a signed Manchester City shirt, reasoning that it would probably be a more attractive proposition on eBay than a shirt signed by a squad who finished 18th in the Championship. Congratulations, Sam. 

 

Thank you everyone for taking part and following us through the season. The Morson League will return in August!

Cx Jobs

Maintenance Engineer

Morson Talent are currently recruiting for a Maintenance Engineer on an initial 12 months FTC basis (Likely to be perm for the right candidate) in the Manchester area. Location Manchester Salary £37,000 + 20% uplift for occasional shift work Hours Days based - Occasional cover shift work (6-2 / 2-10) The Person: * NVQ 3 or above in Engineering ESSENTIAL * Multiskilled - Mechanically / Electrically biased * Various backgrounds considered: Manufacturing, Automotive, Food, Distribution Centres, Automated Warehouse, Recycling, Biomass, Packaging or Printing, Chemical Plant, Brewery, Paper, Manufacturing Plant, Electromechanical / Automated Plant. * Health and safety focused, good awareness and a can do attitude. Desirable: * Bottling, material handling, AGV's, stackers, palletisers * Pneumatics, hydraulics The Job: * Assist with breakdowns maintenance and reliability of electromechanical machinery, equipment, and plant. * Maintenance of various sections of the plant - PPM and fault finding * Monitor production process & machinery performance. * Assist with PPM & breakdown. * Continuous improvement If you are interested in a new opportunity and would like to discuss further, please do not hesitate to contact me directly on 07739311930 or reply with an updated CV.

System Engineer

A Systems Engineer contractor is sought for a contract in Stevenage, Hertfordshire for a SATELLITE DIGITAL PROCESSOR SYSTEM ENGINEER position.Our client seek an expert in digital signal processor design and validation to join the design team responsible for the secure telecommand and telemetry system for a military communication satellite.The role requires an all-round grasp of the digital system, which includes both cryptographic and modem equipment, and its hardware implementation in order to support both system analyses and commissioning of prototype hardware. KEY SKILLS / PROVEN ABILITYProven Ability in any or all of the following topics will be valuable -Failure mode and related system analyses: FMEA / FMECA, single event effects and security analysis;Cryptographic processing and associated security functions;Modem functions (modulation and coding);Implementation of reliable digital signal processing hardware;FPGA-based prototyping and debugging;End-to-end RF communication systems testingSector knowledge: Space / Aerospace / Defence / Communications ADDITIONALTravel - Occasional travel to other UK sitesBase of Work - Following a familiarisation period on site this role will be working from home then working on site once COVID restrictions are lifted by the client - candidates must be able to work on site full time when required

Composite Technician - Aerospace Panels

Morson are currently looking for experienced composite technicians for our client for roles based in Stevenage.Job Profile Assembly and final assembly of sandwich aluminium composite panel production. Inclusive of: - Potting of inserts Bonding of various brackets and equipment Film adhesives Panel completion General hot and cold bonding processes Drilling, reaming etc. High tolerance requirements (typically better than 0.05mm in various areas). Experience Essential:- Ability to work from detailed drawings and electronic work instructions - within specific procedures Experience working to procedures with checkpoints/quality gates Previous experience such as mechanical fitter, close tolerance sheet metal worker, time served mechanical technician Experience in industries such as Space/Aerospace/Automotive/Motorsport etc. Ability to work in confined spaces above floor level Desirable:- Knowledge of satellite structure assemblies or similar Modern apprenticeship Clean room experience Shifts Weekly rotating double day shifts - 06:00hrs to 14:00 hrs 14:00 hrs to 22:00 hrs Some weekend working Saturday or Sunday may be required at peak times. Other There will be a skills test at interview The successful candidate will be required to pass BPSS security clearance before confirmation of contract offer. Free parking is provided for this role in a municipal car park located approximately fifteen minutes' walk from site.

Warehouse Operative

Warehouse operative Principal Responsibilities Health and safety: Must ensure that safe working practices as stipulated by the company are adhered to at all times. Undertake any relevant HSE training as required. Picking: Accurately collect parts from various locations within the warehouse without introducing errors. Packing: To consolidate picked goods in a secure manner for direct shipment to external/internal customers. 100% double check on picked items to achieve very high accuracy levels. Dispatch: Consolidate packages on the relevant pallet and prepare for collection, i.e. pallet wrapping / loading into carrier cages. Goods Inwards: Check deliveries for damage and check against the delivery note to ensure that we have received the correct quantities of the correct products. Using Rf scanners Communication: On a day-to-day basis communication between various departments is normal. Responsibility for dealing with day-to-day enquiries in a friendly yet professional manner applies to all logistics staff. Operation of a Powered industrial truck is desirable if operator holds licence and is authorised. Other key links & experience areas Customer Services Manufacturing/Goods In Carriers/Couriers ISC Office Please note that these roles are currently part time hours from 4pm - 8pm.

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