Gameweek 33 results

April 8, 2014

1 Romeo’s-honda-van Rob Hewer 83 2,066
2 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 58 1,993
3 The Magico Rob Buttaci 56 1,978
4 Sportingoffensivewig Alex Ritchie 51 1,971
5 Shakin’ Stephens P Hawkins 51 1,969
6 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 63 1,946
7 Ciderheads Darren Pope 50 1,905
8 {Your Ad Here} Matthew Hopkins 51 1,900
9 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 52 1,895
10 Crazylegs Xi David Caldicott 58 1,893
11 NaboombuDirtyYellows Andrew Swift 40 1,879
12 Hedgehog Corpse FC Nick Smith 62 1,835
13 Have a little dink Ian Williams 54 1,830
14 pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 60 1,826
15 Upper Bullens Scouse Mouse 42 1,825
16 Mid-Season Blip Paul Bentz 32 1,776
17 Kedah FA David Spinks 47 1,773
18 Rien Toulouse Colin Goulding 47 1,768
19 The Mindless Morons John Seacroft 46 1,736
20 Biscuitmen Chris Morton 46 1,728
21 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 43 1,727
22 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 66 1,720
23 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 53 1,713
24 Release the Hounds Paul Mitchell 46 1,706
25 Real Jorvik Simon Brown 36 1,667
26 Inter Minan Jordan Raper 32 1,559

 

Romeo’s have won their seventh Manager of the week award, and in doing so set a new record for weekly awards won in a single season. The 83 points they scored strengthens their position at the top of the table. Panza, in second, have a 69 point gap to overcome. With each passing week it’s looking more likely that Romeo’s will be our 2013-2014 champions. Unless they fuck up the two double gameweeks coming their way.

Romeo’s were almost 20 points better off than the next best team of the week. Each of their strikers posted double figure scores and their defence managed 26 points between them. Steven Gerrard top scored for them, netting two penalties for the second time in five weeks. It’s six in six for the Reds’ captain, whose in better form than Daniel Sturridge at the moment.

It was another gameweek of 30+ goals. Newcastle conceded their obligatory four to a Manchester United side that may have turned their 23rd corner of the season. Juan Mata starred for them scoring double figures for the second consecutive week. He’s player of the week this week. It appears United don’t need Van Persie or Rooney – just Mata (who is probably a better layer than both of them) to be played in his preferred position. And with next weeks double gameweek looming, those who may have been dithering over whether to invest in any Palace players will probably now be totally convinced following their sweeping aside of Cardiff. Another clean sheet – that’s eight under Pulis’ reign – and a match winning performance from Jason Puncheon serve up plenty of options in that important £4-5 million bracket.

Player of the week – Juan Mata – 19 points. Could he lead them back into Champions League contention?

Bargain of the week – Jason Puncheon – 16 points. Miraculously, Palace are just about safe now.

Donkey of the week – Mikel Arteta – -1 points. The latest in a long line of dreadful weeks for the Arsenal.

Goal of the week – Romelu Lukaku. Chelsea’s loss.

 

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