Gameweek 35 results

May 5, 2015

1 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 44 1,984
2 Hedgehog Corpse FC Nick Smith 61 1,955
3 Pescara Rangers Stewart Pope 41 1,946
4 NaboombuDirtyYellows Andrew Swift 69 1,919
5 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 63 1,912
6 RayCrawfordsCrackers Rob Hewer 50 1,897
7 * Your Ad Here * Matthew Hopkins 43 1,889
8 Upper Bullens Andy Taylor 52 1,870
9 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 33 1,857
10 Gaalatcticos Colin Goulding 45 1,855
11 Van Damme United P Hawkins 55 1,854
12 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 71 1,841
13 Ciderheads Darren Pope 46 1,813
14 Paris Spinks Germain David Spinks 68 1,808
15 Accrington Rudyard Ian Williams 56 1,801
16 Pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 44 1,785
17 Who R U DEAN CRIPPS 52 1,785
18 Biscuitmen Chris Morton 43 1,773
19 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 47 1,746
20 The Mindless Morons John Seacroft 47 1,739
21 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 37 1,704
22 Get to the choppa Mark Bromham 46 1,696
23 Real Jorvik FC Simon Brown 53 1,668
24 Luxembourg United Simon Smallbone 31 1,641
25 No Recognized Plan Paul Bentz 43 1,628
26 Release The Hounds Paul Mitchell 52 1,609
27 Sportingabiggerwig Alex Ritchie 34 1,608
28 Crazylegs XI David Caldicott 42 1,542
29 Jordie’s Giants Jordan Raper 34 1,251

 

In a week full of sendings off and missed penalties, Chelsea finally got their parked bus over the line to become Champions of England for the first time in five years. They’ve won it with three games to spare, largely due to the failings of other teams at various points in the season. A better start by Arsenal or a better finish by City may have made the season end a little more interesting. But, their players do dominate the fantasy player charts. Six Chelsea names appear on that first page. Eden Hazard is comfortably ahead as the season’s highest scoring player and best midfielder, with Cesc Fabregas fourth for that position. John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic have justified their hefty price tags and are the leading defenders. And if it weren’t for his dodgy hamstrings and the odd moment of madness, Diego Costa would probably be challenging to be top striker.

Meanwhile, in our little league…

Bermie United finish the week as the highest scorers. Their 71 points establishes them in 12th position, which may e a little too far to push for a top four place, although it’s not completely out of the question. The key to any drastic position changes in these last few weeks will probably come in double gameweek 37.

The lead at the top has been cut slightly. Neil Madrid lead Hedgehog Corpse by 29 points. Madrid had a poor-ish week. Hedgehog, Naboombu’s and Shoelace all scored around 20 more points than the leaders. Two more weeks like that could see a change at the top, although it’s unlikely that the leaders are going to drop out of the top four. Hedgehog and Pescara could pretty much guarantee some prize money by equalling or bettering the performances of those teams down as far as seventh in the next gameweek. *Your Ad Here* in seventh are the last team with a realistic chance of nicking a fourth place finish. The 49 points that Upper Bullens would have to make up might be a step too far. But you never know – it’s all about gameweek 37.

 

Player of the week – Boaz Myhill – 17 points. The cheapest first choice keeper in the game puts in another good performance.

Bargain of the week – Jordi Gomez – 15 points. Two pens to raise Sunderland hopes.

Donkey of the week – Daryl Janmaat – -2 points. At last. Somehow Newcastle players have managed to avoid this award over the last few weeks – until now.

Goal of the week – Tom Cleverley. The goal that might have saved the Villa. At 2m12s

 

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