LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League: manager of the month for December

Our fifth update from this season’s LDV Fantasy Football League. Congratulations to Andrew Hydon and Judith Dickinson, our joint Managers of the Month for December.

Respectively, their The Treble C’s and Willy Fogg’s X1 each scored an impressive 387 points, just edging out last month’s winner, Ashley Day’s The Zaha Men (383).

Here’s the overall league table:

There are 199 players in total and you can still join the league by clicking here.

* Stephen was Editor (and Co-Editor) of Liberal Democrat Voice from 2007 to 2015, and writes at The Collected Stephen Tall.

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3 Comments

  • I have just listened to Mr Hunts statement regarding the NHS. The NHS is not operating properly because of the continual interference by central Government who would appear to have no idea what they are on about. Whether, as Liberals, we like it or not the Countries infrastructure is creaking at the beams created…by having to many people too maintain. I consider that as a party we are creating waves in the wrong direction…Brexit is Brexit and a democratic decision that has to be upheld,we as a party should be campaigning with ideas to rectify the mess this Country is currently falling into…we would, most certainly, gain many more new members rather than appearing to want to overturn a decision reached by the democratic system.

  • Jennie Rigg 10th Jan '17 - 8:55pm

    Maybe ought to have a look at my team. As usual I haven’t even glanced at it since the initial burst of enthusiasm on signing up…

  • Richard Underhill 17th Feb '17 - 10:05am

    What makes people happy? Tottenham 2 Chelsea nil? Acoording to psychologists Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman thinking jointly and having lots of laughs, expect a team which has done well to gravitate towards the mean (average) at their next game, irrespective of what their coach said to the after the game. The losing team should also move towards the mean at their next game.
    “The Undoing Project” by Michael Lewis starts with experiences from basketball in USA, including the implicit biases of scouts in the recruitment processes.
    ISBN 978-0-241-25473-8
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amos_Tversky
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Kahneman

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