Gameweek 35 results

April 25, 2012

1 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 64 1,970
2 Romeo’s-honda-van Rob Hewer 72 1,894
3 none of the above Jonny Mabbutt 60 1,881
4 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 63 1,835
5 Crazylegs XI David Caldicott 55 1,812
6 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 61 1,811
7 Overpaid Pillocks Ian Williams 52 1,807
8 Doing the 91 Colin Goulding 63 1,779
9 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 50 1,757
10 Release The Hounds 4 Paul Mitchell 58 1,756
11 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 35 1,752
12 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 35 1,740
13 KAYS FC Tom Rogerson 83 1,717
14 Pescara Rangers Stewart Pope 41 1,715
15 (Your Ad Here) Matthew Hopkins 51 1,706
16 Mustard Strike FC Arron Fellows 51 1,686
17 Inter Ealing Paul Bentz 62 1,630
18 Pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 34 1,616
19 ErectileFullfunction Alex Ritchie 49 1,582
20 Benson & Wedgies P Hawkins 58 1,582
21 Real Jorvik Simon Brown 55 1,568
22 magnificent fifteen stephen kennerson 46 1,529
23 Cant think of a name mark molloy 34 1,474
24 TheBellsAreRinging Damon Brown 25 1,429
25 Running On Empty Mk3 Dave Heighington 33 1,389
26 DIMBETWEENERS dmitri wychrij 67 1,353
27 SHADWELL TOWN Ed Carter 39 1,300

KAYS FC win their first weekly prize with an impressive 86 points. They brought in Gael Clichy, who was always bound to get a clean sheet against Wolves, and did so, but added an assist and two bonus points to his tally. KAYS also, quite conveniently, had Martin Petrov sat in their midfield. The Bulgarian scored five bonus points and grabbed an assist and a goal. He was the best performing player of the two teams that played twice. Bolton beat Villa, to drop them right in it – as if they weren’t already. It’s conceivable they’ll be bottom three by the end of the next gameweek. Also scoring well for Bolton were Chris Eagles and David N’Gog. Only Charles N’Zogbia for Villa hit double figures for the week. Well done if you took the chance, and had any of these players in your team. Now what are you going to do with them?

KAYS have also put themselves in with a chance of winning the April Manager of the Month award. They’re within 40 points of current monthly leaders, Neil Madrid, who still haven’t won a monthly award. There’s a lot of teams in contention – Panza Grande, who’ve climbed back into the top 4 in recent weeks, Doing the ’91, who narrowly missed out in March, Romeo’s and None Of The Above – and Inter Ealing, who’ve done nothing all season. This could be their time.

Next week’s massive. In Buckets world and the real world. The title race took another slight twist this week. Man Utd drew an extraordinary game with Everton. Unexpected title jitters from the red half. It was an easy week for City who strolled past Wolves and probably should have added more goals to the already considerable difference they have over United. Wolves are down. City look interested again. Everyone seems to have forgotten what a prick Tevez has been for the last 8 months. He might win them the title. You wouldn’t put it past him scoring the winner against United next Monday. Spurs don’t fancy playing good teams in Europe next year, so they’ve let Newcastle have fourth place. Which may not matter once Chelsea win the Champions League. Well done Chelsea. I’ve never seen a game like it. John Terry. Captain. Leader. Legend. Plonker. And while Wigan, QPR, Bolton and Blackburn slowly creep out of trouble, Villa slide in the opposite direction. Fantasy form and predictability go out of the window from now on. It’s all about luck.

  • Player of the week – Yohan Cabaye. Pass of the season.
  • Bargain of the week – Martin Petrov. Dragging Bolton out of trouble.
  • Donkey of the week – Patrice Evra. Booked and concedes four. Not a good week for the game’s top scoring defender

Goal o’t weekend

http://www.soccerclips.net/videos/man-united-2-1-everton-welbeck

Lots of great goals in the 4-4. Welbeck’s wins for the week

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