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OH SARF LONDON, IS FULL OF......
A short and sweet report from Torpedo Bermondsey's Duncan Bryson

In the week when the Mighty Lions of Millwall were promoted to the First Division, South London teams (and players) are continuing to perform in our own dreamteam league.

St Reatham FC hold onto top place with a solid 33 points in a week which saw no side break the forty barrier, the backbone of which came from Peckham-born Rio Ferdinand, with a goal, a clean sheet and a star man award. Keeping up the pressure in second are the Luke Perry All-Stars, also benefitting from Rio's performance, but Duck United continue to flounder in third, the choice of Leicester and Sunderland defenders not looking quite so inspired now, is it?. Duck's plight is hardly surprising, as their only connection with South London is their former Lions striker, Whoa Teddy Teddy, who is now old and shit and useless. The last of the money places is held by Ron with his good team, Bill S Preston North End

The best thing seen in a Villa shirt all season...
Further down the table Torpedo Bermondsey were denied further advancement by Abel Xavier's madness and shiteness, but remain in 8th place, a commendable effort after an unlucky start, a first time performance which will have those teams not based south of the water wondering if they will ever break the hegemony. After Torpedo, lies the great expanse of mid-table, teams who've been mediocre all season intermingled with early pace setters who have faded badly. Life is kept interesting for this lot by the fair play award, and this could really go to the wire, Rob's Michael Bolton Wanderers poised to bring some respectability to his season.

At the hard end of the table the Soft Centres are proving to be the Bradford of Dreamteam; just not good enough I'm afraid, but at least you'll get your money back. Above them Villa Rejects show that the Midlands can't compete with South London at football or silly accents, and Cory's choices at the start of the season cast doubt on his claims of Ferguson-like managerial skill. "I'm 4th in the whole country in my other leagues" he says.

Are they Scottish leagues or something?

Bye

POS TEAM PTS SC
1 ST. REATHAM FC 1355 33
2 LUKE PERRY ALL-STARS 1336 34
3 DUCK UTD 1311 28
4 BILL S PRESTON NORTH END 1220 34
5 FREAKIN' LAST 1206 28
6 SUNDAY STROOLERS 1199 19
7 SUPERSONIC FC 1196 23
8 TORPEDO BERMONDSEY 1162 25
9 GAZTON VILLA 1159 25
10 SHAMROCK UNITED 1105 25
11 CRUMBS DM 1081 24
12 THE PORCELAIN HORSE 1073 8
13 SPAKATAK TOXTETH 1069 24
14 CRAZYHORSE FC 1063 16
15 BILLY'S BOOTS 1036 37
16 MICHAEL BOLTON WANDERERS 1035 25
17 ATHLETICO SALFORD 1035 12
18 LION OF VIENNA SLEEPS TONIGHT 1021 22
19 A TASTE OF THE RAJ 1006 19
20 RUSHDEN ANNE DIAMONDS 1000 18
21 1897 - THE GOLDEN YEAR 997 4
22 BIRMINGHAM SHITTY 912 19
23 PATRICK DUFFY THISTLE 861 26
24 THE LONE RANGERS 824 13
25 VILLA REJECTS 757 23
26 SOFT CENTRES 710 12