Just 6 Gameweeks left and the race for the first ever Real Football Men title moves a step closer to the finish line. After a two week break due to International Fixtures let’s see how the runners and riders fared this week.
David McDonagh did his best Leicester City impression as he extended his lead from myself by another three points giving him a 51 point advantage with just 6 rounds of matches to go. While Nana Kofi Abiri has closed the gap to me to just 12 points. Is there time for a late surge from Nana will David have enough to get his side over the line. The race isn’t over yet and there is still plenty of time for the gap to be closed down but it’s now looking like a 3 horse race mimicking real life. David as Leicester and me and Nana as Tottenham and Arsenal.
The race for the final Champions League spot hots up with just one point Kwame Twumasi and Dennis Kioko, with Dennis getting this week highest score of 74 points
In the race for the final Europa League spot Ho Yeung Howard Tian ‘s late climb up the table continues as he moves up to 6th while Atour Toma moves up to 8th.
There were red arrows this week for Tomasz Kowalkski. David Lucas, Lasse Ehrer and Aran Salih – not a good week for that quartet
At the bottom Gareth Prosser and Tim Ward changed places as they find themselves 14th and 15th respectively. While at the bottom can The Everyday Pundit pull of the great escape. He finds himself 62 points behind opening day leader Will Harwood. Will had a week to forget with this weeks lowest score of 24 but the race not to have the wooden spoon may just have hotted up
Highest Score – Dennis Kioko 76
Lowest Score – Will Harwood 24