LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League: how it stands after Week 37

Congratulations to Mark Finney, whose Aston Villarreal (2,218 points) lead the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League after the penultimate gameweek, number 37. But it’s close at the top – fewer than 20 points separate the top three, with Mark Widdop and Edward Douglas having made up ground. Sunday marks the final day of the season. Who will emerge triumphant? We’ll know by the end of the day…

ldv 37

There are 219 players in total.

* 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 15th May '16 - 10:10pm

    Verstappen wins in Barcelona at the age of 18, see tomorrow’s papers.
    A 16 year old scores for Celtic, which was what Wayne Rooney did for Everton against Arsenal “you’re 16, you’re beautiful and you’re mine”.
    The Young Musician of the Year is won by a cellist with a big career to come.

  • Richard Underhill 16th May '16 - 9:26am

    Andy Murray beat Djokovic on clay in Rome, winning the Italian Open in straight sets on his 29th birthday. How much more good news can we take?

  • Richard Underhill 19th May '16 - 9:11am

    Europa final: video referees needed as in 6 Nations. Large TV audience finances football, live TV screens at grounds, but referees not allowed to use them. How many more times. Introduction of side netting also slow.

  • Richard Underhill 1st Jun '16 - 4:43pm

    Bjorn Borg versus Vitas Gerulaitis semi-final at Wimbledon
    Richard Gasquet, wearing red white and blue, in Paris, versus Andy Murray
    7-5, 6-7, 0-6, 2-6.

  • Richard Underhill 3rd Jun '16 - 12:39pm

    Imagine you are world famous, a high earner, number one in your sport, such as Serena Williams or Novak Djokovic. What could you possibly want?
    Some time off with your family?
    How about a dress code that allows long trousers in cold weather?
    How about a court with a roof, as at Wimbledon, or even two?

  • Richard Underhill 11th Jun '16 - 2:50pm

    Roger Federer has recovered from his back injury and declared himself fit.
    He has not been selected to Switzerland’s match against Albania.

  • Richard Underhill 16th Jun '16 - 9:00pm

    it is said that Cristiano Ronaldo is the best footballer in the world.
    cricketers would never make that mistake.
    Let’s have a penalty shootout and see how he compares with Jo Hart or Hugo Lloris.
    Manchester United’s reported interest in Gareth Bale shows that Spurs sold him too cheaply, but why should he join a team that is not in the Champions’ league?

  • Richard Underhill 28th Jun '16 - 11:00am

    Host nation France will remain in the Euros until Sunday, when they meet Iceland.

  • Richard Underhill 1st Jul '16 - 9:49pm

    Wales won – Belgium didn’t.

  • Richard Underhill 4th Jul '16 - 7:29pm

    Master class from Andy Murray against Kyrgios.

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