LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League: how it stands after Week 25

There’s no change at the top of the table, with Mark Widdop’s Midtable Obscurity (1,445 points) continuing to lead the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League after Week 25, just ahead of Paul Revell’s Sock Monsters (1,435) and Edward Douglas’s Use Your Ed (1,424).

But let’s also hear it for a couple of players outside the top 10: James Ludley’s Ludley’s Line-up had the best week’s performance, with 94 points, with Andrew Wiseman’s Wiseman Wanderers not far behind on 87 points.

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There are 219 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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  • Richard Underhill 28th Feb '16 - 1:11pm

    Russel Johnson MP told us that he hoped that the freedom of movement legislation in the EU would help to make a pre-european case to football supporters. Whether or not that worked we won the referendum anyway by a large majority anyway.
    We should not neglect this audience now. They know about Gary Lineker or Gareth Bale going to work in Spain and Mourinho wprking in Portugal, Italy, Spain and the UK.
    Who is the best person to express this point? Commentators should use appropriate language. A nil-nil draw can still be a “decent” game. A shot on target by saved by a goalkeeper is a “miss” is a “miss” by the striker. There are, of course, countries and teams in the Europe which are not in the EU. Some transfers still depend on work permits.
    Of course the Channel Islands are not part of the EU, nor is Greenland. parts of the former French empire are included in metropolitan France, although in South America, etc. and also useful for space exploration.

  • Richard Underhill 4th Mar '16 - 11:55am

    Those who placed bets at five thousand to one that Leicester City would win the Premier League this season have offers from the bookies to buy back the bets. Currently Leicester are three points clear after they drew with West Brom and rivals lost.
    Laying off the bets would mean choosing between several competing teams or betting on all of them to win. Leicester are able, this year, to specialise in the Premiership, as Gary Lineker said on Match of the Day, while their rivals are each in one or more other competitions.

  • Richard Underhill 6th Mar '16 - 3:40pm

    Fantasy tennis British number one leading two sets to one in the Davis Cup having also won in the reverse singles and with his brother in the doubles.

  • Richard Underhill 6th Mar '16 - 6:08pm

    Mother’s Day for Judy Murray.

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