Gameweek 20 results

January 13, 2012

1 Romeo’s-honda-van Rob Hewer 90 1,119
2 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 79 1,115
3 Crazylegs XI David Caldicott 80 1,098
4 none of the above Jonny Mabbutt 93 1,077
5 Overpaid Pillocks Ian Williams 86 1,072
6 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 64 1,062
7 Release The Hounds 4 Paul Mitchell 63 1,045
8 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 53 1,033
9 Mustard Strike FC Arron Fellows 84 1,026
10 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 96 1,005
11 Doing the 91 Colin Goulding 77 1,004
12 (Your Ad Here) Matthew Hopkins 71 992
13 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 65 986
14 Pescara Rangers Stewart Pope 49 969
15 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 73 965
16 ErectileFullfunction Alex Ritchie 60 961
17 KAYS FC Tom Rogerson 67 949
18 Benson & Wedgies P Hawkins 72 945
19 Pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 67 921
20 Real Jorvik Simon Brown 55 890
21 magnificent fifteen stephen kennerson 75 887
22 TheBellsAreRinging Damon Brown 43 886
23 Inter Ealing Paul Bentz 66 876
24 Cant think of a name mark molloy 61 840
25 Running On Empty Mk3 Dave Heighington 37 799
26 DIMBETWEENERS dmitri wychrij 47 776
27 SHADWELL TOWN Ed Carter 36 739

Bermie United win this gameweek with a fantastic 96 points, getting the most out of Yaya Toure in his last week before the ACON, and a huge 49 points out of their choice of Tottenham players – more than some teams mustered. A good score this week all depended on the right combo of Spurs players. Everton had two games also, but only Tim Howard, who scored against Bolton, would have been the only Toffee worth picking. Bermie plumped for Walker, Assou-Ekotto and Bale. Kaboul, Lennon, Freidel and/or Van Der Vaart would have worked also. Romeo’s-Honda-van climbed to the top of the pile, racking up 90 points, 52 of which were scored by Spuds. Spurs’ current form sees their players lead the way in the fantasy scoring. Assou-Ekotto (who’d have thought?) is the leading defender and Gareth Bale the leading midfielder. In the next seven weeks they play five of the top seven teams. Make your own mind up as to whether they remain the go to fantasy team. The players are certainly still cheap enough at the moment – particularly the defenders. If they’re still in the mix by the start of March, they might just win the bloody league!

  • Player of the week – Benoit Assou-Ekotto. Two games and loads of points.
  • Bargain of the week – David Vaughan. Rejuvenated under Martin O’Neill. How many times have you heard that in the last month?
  • Donkey of the week – Phil Jones. His own goal was the absolute epitome of donkeyness

Goal o’t gameweek period went on a bit didn’t it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IH0fw0ScKY

Biased probably. And I could have picked Demba Ba’s. And unlucky Craig Gardner, who loses out for being a Mackem. But this is the best free kick goal of the season. Yohann Cabaye.

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