Gameweek 6 results

September 24, 2018

1  up But Da Pitch Ain’t 1
Trev Reams
71 429
2  down Perfidious Albion
Andrew Swift
65 428
3  up King raggg
Steven Darling
76 395
4  up Game of Stones
Ryan Garoghan
61 387
5  up Neil Madrid
Neil Strong
61 386
Adam Burnett
59 385
7  down The Craggy Islanders
Adrian Roche
58 385
8  down FC Caligula
Ajay Supeda
54 381
9  down Cookie fc
Peter Cook
40 367
10  up Mour Salt and Pep
Noel Driver
72 366
11  up Need son luck
Matt Jarvis
70 364
65 362
13  down The Big Lewandowski
Paul Callaghan
53 362
14  down Deeney in a Bottle
Stephanie Cripps
50 362
15  down Edgbaston
Micheal Dinneen
58 359
16  up Bielsa Ringing
Alan Hardy
71 358
17  down Frostee Rucker
Paul Bentz
35 355
48 349
19  down Upper Bullens
Andy Taylor
53 347
20  down Hoose Reus
James Whitfield
48 345
21  up Musttryharder fc
Paul Telford
59 341
22  same Thelma and Luiz
Trevor Gordon
54 340
23  down PenshawPerformers
david bruce
46 339
24  down Your Ad Here
Matthew Hopkins
50 337
25  down Kompany & Co
48 336
26  same CAS Vampire Slayers
Mustafa khan
58 335
27  same Crazy Leg XI
David Caldicott
56 332
28  same FTM
Stu Smith
60 331
29  up Aribo Haribo
Paul Hawkins
68 327
30  same Morningblues
Jeff Morning
58 322
31  up ClipityKlopptotitle
tanya thursby
65 320
32  down romeoshondavan
Rob Hewer
61 319
33  up Pretty Schitty City
Alex Michaluk
62 316
34  down Dropit like its Hart
Jason Earwicker
53 315
35  down Shoelace Untied
Caroline Strong
58 314
36  up Fake Madrid
Andrew Wade
61 313
37  down Pique Blinders
Colin Goulding
49 312
38  down Bakerlona
Stuart Baker
58 310
39  up Greeeenteeam
adam greenwood
77 304
39  same Rip Roaring Reds
Sean Whyton
54 304
41  up Nashton Villa
Jaime Nash
79 301
42  down Dinamo Spinks
David Spinks
59 296
43  down Hemel Hotspurs
Paul Jarvis
52 289
44  up Atlético Chappers
Richard Chapman
63 288
45  up It’s coming home
scott mcgow
72 285
46  down Real Jorvik
Simon Brown
48 283
47  down Kebab Eaters Utd
Paul Howard
50 278
48  down The Mindless Morons
John Seacroft
57 276
49  up Ross’s champions
darren frankland
60 265
50  down Puddle Splash Van
Ian Williams
48 261
51  down El Loco No Joko
Paul Murray
44 260
52  same Salah Buffoon!!!
Jitesh Lakhani
54 254



Top of the league – But Da Pitch Ain’t 1 – Trev Reams – 429 points

Da battle for supremacy between Da Pitch and Perfidious continues with both cruising past da 400 point mark way ahead of anyone else, but it’s da former who have a slender one point advantage after outscoring their rivals this gameweek. Both sit in the top 10,000 overall and both lead the way in the battle for the September manager of the month.

1  same But Da Pitch Ain’t 1
Trev Reams
71 218
2  up Perfidious Albion
Andrew Swift
65 204
Adam Burnett
59 201
4  up King raggg
Steven Darling
76 193
5  up Greeeenteeam
adam greenwood
77 188

However, both have wildcarded, as have Slabhead. Could someone from further back steal ahead and claim the September prize?

Manager of the week – Jaime Nash – Nashton Villa – 79 points

A welcome change in fortunes for last season’s runner up who has jumped almost a million places in the overall game. Disappointingly it only equates to three Buckets positions, but it’s a step in the right direction after having spent the opening weeks struggling to get over average scores and gaining no real boost from an early wildcard in gameweek 3. Villa took an 8 point hit for transfers and two of the three new boys returned 9 points – Joe Hart and James Maddison. Goals from Salah (c), Kane and Aguero, and clean sheets and bonuses from double-barreled full backs topped the total up nicely.

Player of the week – Joel Matip – Liverpool – 15 points

It wasn’t Ryan Fraser, the most transferred in player. He continued that curse by winding up on the end of a 4-0 thumping at the hands of the league’s bottom club. Thanks Ryan. After a few near misses a Liverpool player has finally found their place on the honours board. Matip completed a near clean sweep of defensive points. He was only missing the assist. And you can bag him for less than £5 million.

Bargain of the week – Ashley Barnes – Burnley – 12 points

Burnley finally have a win on the board and a second clean sheet to add to the one they picked up in gameweek 1. Their season appears to have started now the international break has passed and their European adventure has come to a premature end. A lot of their players suffered price drops through those opening weeks, Barnes being one of them. If their season is going to pick up, maybe he and one or two others will come on to our radar. It was his scoring prowess off the bench last season that eventually earned him more starts and he became a useful third striker to own.

Twat of the week – Wesley Hoedt – Southampton – -1 points

It probably should be a Cardiff player who are now shipping goals as we expected them to – four last week and five in this. Wesley Hoedt decided he’d score an own goal in a 3-0 defeat, which doesn’t do much for your fantasy cred.

Goal of the week – Joao Moutinho.


Gameweek 5 results

September 18, 2018

1  same Perfidious Albion
Andrew Swift
75 363
2  up But Da Pitch Ain’t 1
Trev Reams
91 358
3  up Cookie fc
Peter Cook
68 327
4  down FC Caligula
Ajay Supeda
56 327
5  down The Craggy Islanders
Adrian Roche
63 327
6  up Game of Stones
Ryan Garoghan
64 326
Adam Burnett
90 326
8  up Neil Madrid
Neil Strong
68 325
9  down King raggg
Steven Darling
68 323
10  up Frostee Rucker
Paul Bentz
90 320
11  down Deeney in a Bottle
Stephanie Cripps
50 312
12  up The Big Lewandowski
Paul Callaghan
58 309
66 301
14  up Edgbaston
Micheal Dinneen
65 301
15  down Mour Salt and Pep
Noel Driver
45 298
59 297
17  down Hoose Reus
James Whitfield
45 297
18  down Upper Bullens
Andy Taylor
50 294
18  down Need son luck
Matt Jarvis
53 294
20  down PenshawPerformers
david bruce
41 293
21  up Your Ad Here
Matthew Hopkins
61 291
22  up Thelma and Luiz
Trevor Gordon
55 290
23  down Kompany & Co
52 288
24  down Bielsa Ringing
Alan Hardy
38 287
25  down Musttryharder fc
Paul Telford
42 282
26  up CAS Vampire Slayers
Mustafa khan
52 281
27  down Crazy Leg XI
David Caldicott
31 276
28  down FTM
Stu Smith
45 271
29  same romeoshondavan
Rob Hewer
40 266
30  same Morningblues
Jeff Morning
40 264
31  up Pique Blinders
Colin Goulding
56 263
32  up Dropit like its Hart
Jason Earwicker
48 262
33  down Shoelace Untied
Caroline Strong
45 260
34  up Aribo Haribo
Paul Hawkins
50 259
35  up ClipityKlopptotitle
tanya thursby
62 255
36  up Pretty Schitty City
Alex Michaluk
56 254
37  down Fake Madrid
Andrew Wade
39 252
37  down Bakerlona
Stuart Baker
34 252
39  down Rip Roaring Reds
Sean Whyton
39 250
40  same Dinamo Spinks
David Spinks
42 241
41  down Hemel Hotspurs
Paul Jarvis
42 237
42  up Kebab Eaters Utd
Paul Howard
50 236
43  down Real Jorvik
Simon Brown
29 235
44  up Nashton Villa
Jaime Nash
47 230
45  up Atlético Chappers
Richard Chapman
63 229
46  up Greeeenteeam
adam greenwood
66 227
47  up The Mindless Morons
John Seacroft
50 219
48  down It’s coming home
scott mcgow
37 217
49  down Puddle Splash Van
Ian Williams
41 217
50  down El Loco No Joko
Paul Murray
31 216
51  down Ross’s champions
darren frankland
41 213
52  down Salah Buffoon!!!
Jitesh Lakhani
36 208


Manager of the week – Trev Reams – But Da Pitch Ain’t 1 – 91 points

Our leading rookie team finally have their name on the honour board hitting another 90+ score to narrow the lead at the top. There were two other 90+ teams this week, both of whom had Eden Hazard as captain. BDPA1 settled on Aguero as their skipper, but also picked up double figure returns from Hazard, Matt Doherty, David Silva and a cheeky substitution involving Pierre Hojbjerg coming in for Benjamin Mendy. That unexpected Mendy injury hit a lot of teams. By 5pm it didn’t matter. Most of us had the same sub waiting in the wings – Aaron Wan Bissaka – who was promoted from the bench with a lovely bonus filled 9 points.

Player of the week – Eden Hazard – 20 points

Cue first selection headache of the season. Dropping Salah for Hazard? The Liverpool man isn’t exactly having a bad season, positioned as the sixth highest scoring midfielder, but he’s someway behind the Chelsea skipper. Affording both is possible, but probably at the expense of another elite player in better form. Liverpool have a tasty home fixture against Southampton up next whereas Chelsea must travel to West Ham – and then the two teams face each other. Neither team’s fixtures ease up necessarily after that, but Hazard’s form in comparison to Salah’s is way more impressive and we may even see a price drop if the current trend of abandoning the game’s most expensive player in favour of cheaper options continues.

Bargain of the week – Ryan Fraser – 18 points

This has been in the offing. Certain underlying stats have suggested Ryan Fraser would get in among the goals and assists after two blank weeks. In total it’s three goals and two assists in five games. This is already more than half way to bettering last season’s totals and Bournemouth’s current run of form and upcoming stretch of fixtures promises more. Only Sadio Mane and Marcos Alonso better him for bonus points as well this season.

Twat of the week – Wes Morgan – -3 points

There aren’t many Morgan owners out there I don’t think. Leicester have only kept one clean sheet so far this season and he didn’t play in that. He won’t be playing in the next game either, so no reason to hastily reject any other Leicetser defenders you may have.

Goal of the week – Wilfried Zaha

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Gameweek 6 results

September 27, 2017

Manager of the week – Mrs Mcgoo – Laura Barrett – 90 points

Finishing totals in the 70s and 80s were commonplace this week with all but one of the double figure scorers coming from the ‘big 6’ sides. Mcgoo were the only team to creep into the 90s with a front three of Morata, Aguero and Lukaku ably backed up by a strong Huddersfield defensive presence. Mcgoo went for the Kane out/Aguero in transfer which kind of worked…but didn’t. Harry Kane shouldn’t be the bane of fantasy managers lives, but his insistence on scoring two or three every two or three weeks is proving to be, what’s technically known as, a ballache.

Player of the week – Alvaro Morata – 17 points

This hat trick tales him into second place overall in the player standings. It should be an exciting four, or maybe even five way race for the golden boot. Fitting three of them into your team seems to be an essential at the moment.

Bargain of the week – Oumar Niasse – 11 points

Probably seen as a last throw of the dice by his manager and came up with more for Everton in 35 minutes than most of the rest of the team had managed in six games. I doubt even the most die hard of fans had him anywhere near their fantasy team. Only 0.9% of players worldwide had accidentally picked him. He might be on from the start in their next match.

Twat of the week – Serge Aurier – -2 points

A sending off that almost cost his team three points. Spurs seem to be alternating the full backs a lot. This at least puts a stop to that for a week.

Goal of the week – Fabian Delph.

There aren’t many City players left who haven’t scored.

Gameweek 6 preview

September 23, 2016

Man Utd v Leicester
Bournemouth v Everton
Liverpool v Hull
Middlesbrough v Spurs
Stoke v West Brom
Sunderland v Crystal Palace
Swansea v Man City
Arsenal v Chelsea
West Ham v Southampton
Burnley v Watford

We will crown our September manager of the month after this weekends games and it could literally be any one of us. Here’s the top half of the monthly table with When Harry Met Alli in pole position. They lead the way overall as well, so go into the gameweek as favourites to take the prize. Just to clarify – despite the fact that the first game of gameweek 7 takes place on the 30th September, the game month finishes officially after these fixtures. The scores for the month of October will start with the 30th September fixture between Everton and Crystal Palace.

up When Harry met Alli
Trevor Gordon
56 135
up Upper Bullens
Andy Taylor
79 134
up nO fucHs given
Paul Callaghan
76 133
down Big White Chiefs
david frankland
62 127
down To Elland Back
Alan Hardy
46 126
up Crazy Legs XI
David Caldicott
64 125
up Kebab Eaters Utd
Paul Howard
71 123
up romeoshondavan
Rob Hewer
70 122
down Uriah Rennie 2nd XI
Neil Greenwood
60 121
10  up Aquamar 15
Noel Driver
65 120
72 118
12  up Rip Roaring Reds
Sean Whyton
70 118
13  down Bermie Utd
Glen Davies
53 115
14  up Go Buffoons Go
Jitesh Lakhani
74 113
14  down Yeboah’s Right Foot
Paul Murray
53 113
16  down jetty city
scott mcgow
61 113
17  down Hedgehog Corpse FC
Nick Smith
54 110
18  up Neil Madrid
Neil Strong
60 109
19  down Release The Hounds
Paul Mitchell
44 108
20  up Ciderheads
Darren Pope
66 107
21  down Your Ad Here
Matthew Hopkins
44 106
22  up 30:19
Darren Lavelle
66 104
23  down I am not Zlatan
Colin Goulding
53 103
24  up FC Caligula
Ajay Supeda
66 102
24  up Have a little dink
Ian Williams
61 102
26  up Hucking Fell
P Hawkins
57 101


Over a million managers – nearly a third of the worldwide game – have dispensed with Sergio Aguero over the last two weeks. He’s back. It’s a headache. It’s the easiest thing in the world to replace him – no-one is anywhere near as expensive as he is. Getting him back is trickier. You’ll probably have to make two transfers to re-accommodate him. Is there any point? Well, yes – given the way that City are dominating teams at the moment. And lets not forget the hat trick he scored in the Champions League tie against Borussia Monchengladbach.

So, what are the options? Stick with what you’ve got and hold out till you get two free transfers next week. It could work, although City play Swansea this week and the potential for goals is too great, is it not?

Use your wildcard if you’ve still got it. That would certainly allow you to make wholesale changes if they were needed and bring in the best possible combination of players around Aguero.

If you’ve one available transfer and you’re determined to re-instate him, who are you going to drop? Those carrying Nolito or Harry Kane have had the decision made easy for them. The Spaniard starts his own three match ban, whilst Kane is sidelined for two months with an ankle injury. Dropping any elite players runs a certain risk. Diego Costa and Alexis Sanchez’s form probably rules them out. Similarly Romelu Lukaku, although the Everton striker is nursing an injury that forced him off before the end of last weekend’s victory over Middlesbrough. And dropping De Bruyne and Sterling is counterproductive.

Consider Eden Hazard, whose value rose to £10.3 million, but has dropped dramatically back to £10 million. All in the space of five gameweeks. Hazard appears to be the player who has suffered most at the hands of the imminent return of Aguero. And not just that, but the sparkling form of De Bruyne and Sterling. Despite an encouraging start, two games and a measly three points have seen managers react in a pretty unforgiving way. Maybe last season’s no-show is still fresh in the memory.

And don’t rule out dropping Zlatan. Manchester United’s form as a whole, rather than their star striker’s, is the discouraging factor. Three consecutive defeats and rumours of an unsettled camp doesn’t bode well. Ibrahimovic is also the closest in price to Aguero, and therefore the easiest to swap.

Gameweek 6 results

September 22, 2015

1 4 Lime Jellies Ian Williams 58 305
2 greensmeansbusiness adam greenwood 46 292
3 FC Caligula Ajay Supeda 50 292
4 Pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 42 287
5 Walking with Memphis Noel Driver 48 285
6 Golden Boys Stephanie Cripps 43 285
7 Upper Bullens Andy Taylor 69 281
8 Your Ad Here Matthew Hopkins 55 277
9 The Kolarov Mané Trevor Gordon 51 277
11 scotty2hotty scott mcgow 50 271
12 Rocky Ba Bauer P Hawkins 48 270
13 Edgbaston Micheal Dinneen 49 265
14 What’s Up????? DEAN CRIPPS 47 264
15 Below Par Paul Bentz 30 258
16 Howayman Mark Bromham 45 257
17 The Craggy Islanders Adrian Roche 60 257
18 Game of Throw ins Darren Lavelle 45 256
19 Grievous AngelRangel Andrew Swift 47 248
20 Go Buffoons Go!!! Jitesh Lakhani 53 248
21 Romeo’s Honda Van Rob Hewer 45 247
22 Sweet Cherry Pie Jason Earwicker 39 246
23 JonniestaRedmondinho David Spinks 49 246
24 Init fc Mustafa khan 51 245
25 Release The Hounds Paul Mitchell 25 243
26 Hedgehog Corpse FC Nick Smith 51 243
27 Bicuitmen Chris Morton 49 241
28 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 57 239
29 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 40 238
30 SS3 FC Paul Murray 42 236
31 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 43 236
32 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 44 235
33 Crazy Legs XI David Caldicott 35 229
34 Gaalacticos Colin Goulding 47 227
35 Atlético Chappers Richard Chapman 35 226
36 The Hardy Boys Alan Hardy 30 222
37 Baker Bum Boys Lewis Baker 68 222
38 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 39 216
39 Ciderheads Darren Pope 34 209
40 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 36 209
41 BrussiaHairbach Alex Ritchie 31 200
42 REAL JORVIK Simon Brown 38 198
42 Bish Bosh Goal Simon Purnell 35 198
44 The Mindless Morons John Seacroft 50 195


Upper Bullens are the team of the week this week. Their 69 points is the joint highest of the season, equalling the total set by Scotty2hotty in gameweek three. By virtue of scoring an impressive six goals, Bullens are now the team in pole position for the highest weekly score prize. Scotty2hotty only scored three in the week they posted their winning total. I’ve updated the Prize Money page to clarify what will happen in the event of any ties between teams. Have a read. Hopefully it makes sense. Let me know if I’ve written a load of nonsense

Bullens’ score also puts them at the top of the monthly leaderboard with one gameweek left to go…

1 Upper Bullens Andy Taylor 69 126
2 4 Lime Jellies Ian Williams 58 109
3 Edgbaston Micheal Dinneen 49 107
5 Your Ad Here Matthew Hopkins 55 101
6 The Craggy Islanders Adrian Roche 60 101
7 FC Caligula Ajay Supeda 50 100
7 Pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 42 100

They’ve a healthy lead, but are being chased by league leaders, 4 Lime Jellies, who have posted 50+ scores in all but one of the six gameweeks so far. Bullens’ score was aided by an automatic substitution. Norwich captain Russell Martin came on for the unused Joe Gomez. He scored and secured a bonus point that earned nine more points in total. Martin is the league’s highest goal scoring defender with three. That’s as many as Newcastle. And he’ll need to keep scoring goals to earn himself his fantasy points as Norwich are one of four teams who are yet to keep a clean sheet. The others are Stoke, Sunderland and Leicester.

That’s fourth placed Leicester – the only unbeaten team left in the Premier League. This is where Riyad Mahrez gets his now weekly mention. Riyad Mahrez. There. Fifth double figure score in six weeks. First player past 50 points and far and away the most selected across the whole game.

And in the week in which Eden Hazard reached 750,000 transfers OUT, he goes an scores his first double figure score of the season. It was your typical Chelsea v Arsenal game. Cheating was passed off as “clever play”. Everyone tried their hardest to be the biggest prick. And Chelsea won.


Player of the week – Kurt Zouma – 15 points. The end of John Terry?

Bargain of the week – Odion Ighalo – 13 points. That’s 19 goals in 24 starts THIS YEAR. Only £5.1 million.

Donkey of the week – Gabriel – -3 points. How is this award not going to Diego Costa?

Goal of the week – Matt Ritchie. The chest control is almost as good as the volley.



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