Gameweek 35 results

April 22, 2014

1 Romeo’s-honda-van Rob Hewer 64 2,186
2 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 80 2,132
3 The Magico Rob Buttaci 78 2,107
4 Shakin’ Stephens P Hawkins 57 2,077
5 Sportingoffensivewig Alex Ritchie 66 2,075
6 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 66 2,073
7 Ciderheads Darren Pope 75 2,028
8 NaboombuDirtyYellows Andrew Swift 88 2,026
9 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 46 2,016
10 {Your Ad Here} Matthew Hopkins 67 2,012
11 Crazylegs Xi David Caldicott 78 2,010
12 Have a little dink Ian Williams 60 1,960
13 Hedgehog Corpse FC Nick Smith 70 1,947
14 pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 51 1,934
15 Upper Bullens Scouse Mouse 56 1,922
16 Kedah FA David Spinks 70 1,909
17 Mid-Season Blip Paul Bentz 67 1,883
18 Biscuitmen Chris Morton 66 1,867
19 Rien Toulouse Colin Goulding 51 1,859
20 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 69 1,857
21 The Mindless Morons John Seacroft 50 1,826
22 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 61 1,822
23 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 54 1,820
24 Release the Hounds Paul Mitchell 56 1,816
25 Real Jorvik Simon Brown 22 1,726
26 Inter Minan Jordan Raper 59 1,662

 

Three more weeks to go. This week NaboombuDirtyYellows score the highest. Their 88 points was achieved using only 10 players, but was also supplemented by 18 bonus points. Which is probably quite high. Most teams posted high scores this week, but with no thanks to the defences of the three title chasing teams. In a week in which Liverpool, City and Chelsea all played relegation scrappers, the expected clean sheets didn’t materialise. Liverpool and City have been operating on a “we’ll score one more than you” basis all season anyway. Chelsea have probably blown it. Liverpool should probably let the Premier League trophy sit in the Stadium of Light for the first six months of the year. And it’s nice to see United being as useless as the rest of us at dealing with a crisis.

Romeo’s lost a little ground at the top, but there’s still a 54 point difference. Panza gained 16 points on our leaders. Three 16’s are 54. It’s still possible. Rather than it being a five way battle for the other three places, it looks more like a two way battle for 2nd and 3rd between Panza and Magico, with Sporting, Shaky and Neil Madrid competing for 4th.

Player of the week – Raheem Sterling – 18 points. The new Sturridge

Bargain of the week – Mile Jedinak – 12 points. Top half for Palace?

Donkey of the week – Martin Skrtel – 0 points. Palace and Hull have conceded less than Liverpool.

Goal of the week – Graham Dorrans. If Aguero had scored this….blahblahblah!

 

 

 

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