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Last poll:
Who has been the biggest waste of money so far?


1. Jaap Stam
27 votes (18%)

2. Sergei Rebrov
23 votes (15%)

3. Mark Schwarzer
21 votes (14%)

 
 

MY UKRAINIAN FRIEND

Sergei Rebrov - what can I say? Thirteen unexpected points as the man from the Ukraine put Fulham to the sword. I may have only moved up one place, but in a week where most of you moved neither up nor down, I call that steady progress.

Not much to write home about this week. I scored a cracking goal from, oooooh, let's say forty yards at lunchtime while Oh Sheffield finally managed to break the 200-point barrier. It was a close run thing though as they only managed to scrape together three points over the course of the past week.

Sergei Rebrov: No more bench for you, young man.
Biggest shock of the week is the continuing poor form of last season's runaway leader, Duck Utd. Having gone so close to victory in their debut season, the not-so-mighty Ducks have struggled to get to grips with the competition this time around and now lie just one of the bottom. A score of 38 was good enough for Hicky's Heroes to leap above the lass from Manchester, who's boys are, let's face it, once again this season's Ipswich Town.

Top scorers of the week were the Salford Strokers, who notched up a gallant 49 to move into third, pushing Supersonic FC down one into Fourth. Crumbs DM are still at the top while Keane as Mustard remain in second place, still twenty-one points behind. I have it on good authority that Ash is running scared and deeply concerned that his lads have not been able to break away from the chasing pack. He seems to think that the horror of the 1999/2000 will come back to haunt him and leave him penniless once again. However, having found out that he currently earns 80k a year (plus benefits) I don't think he has any worries on that front.

With the transfer window looming after the busy Christmas schedule, the competition is still very much open for grabs. All that needs to be decided now is whether or not I can be bothered working out a draw for the FA Cup that works!

Here's to Les Ferdinand falling down the stairs over the weekend.

POS TEAM PTS SC  
1 CRUMBS DM 587 39
2 KEANE AS MUSTARD 566 39
3 SALFORD STROKERS 552 49
4 SUPERSONIC FC 551 45
5 1FC LAUNDROMAT 544 40
6 GAZTON VILLA 537 41
7 SPAKATAK TOXTETH 527 32
8 FECK-ARSE-NIL 520 33
9 RÓISÍNS XI 506 37
10 LUKE PERRY ALL-STARS 450 47
11 1897 - THE GOLDEN YEAR 488 33
12 TORPEDO BERMONDSEY 486 31
13 THE DARLING DUBS THAT PLAY 466 9
14 SOFT CENTRES 462 22
15 PATRICK DUFFY THISTLE 450 26
16 AOIFE'S XI 448 29
17 CLINT BIZZELL JUNIORS 447 35
18 ATHLETICO SALFORD 432 38
19 CRAZYHORSE FC 430 34
20 BILL S PRESTON NORTH END 423 36
21 A TASTE OF THE RAJ 417 47
22 BIRMINGHAM SHITTY 416 14
23 LION OF VIENNA SLEEPS TONIGHT 414 36
24 BILLY'S BOOTS 412 34
25 WOODBOURNE ROVERS 409 9
26 WHATEVER 385 36
27 LONE RANGERS RETURN 372 24
28 HICKY'S HEROES 348 38
29 DUCK UTD 344 25
30 OH SHEFFIELD 202 3