It may have been an incredibly curtailed Premier League gameweek last weekend but it has most definitely mixed things up in the race for the Real Football Men FPL crown. Would managers be willing to use a wildcard or was it more a case of having to ride out this week and set themselves up nicely for the final stretch. Let’s take a look at how the runners and riders did last weekend.
Well once again David McDonagh is back at the top of the summit and it could not get much tighter as last seasons winner is on 1522 points with Kwame Twumasi being pegged back to second with just a 2 point deficit on 1520. There is very little to call between these two managers but David has won before and has got the experience of a title tilt as we go into the last quarter of the season and it was his top score of 64 that sees him regain the number one ranking.
Strangely enough though there was no change from positions 3 to 7 therefore they are as follows. My good friend Andy Miller in 3rd, Ray McDermott 4th, Fifii McDowell 5th, Dennis Kioko 6th and Ologo Popo 7th. Not a lot to report on that front but the big news is that I have moved up to 8th place. Still not a good week for me and the gap to the top expands further, the hope now will be a Champions League place come the end of the campaign.
The top 10 is seen out by Harrison Narh who did not have a great week while Addicted Azhar stays 10th. At the bottom there were some terrible scores. Ho Yeung Howard Tian scored 5, Lasse Ehrer scored 4 but wooden spoon holder Bruno B outdone them all with an awful 3, positive proof of why he is at the foot of the table. That concludes this round up, until next week.
Highest Score – David McDonagh 64
Lowest Score – Bruno B 3