With the season concluded and the trophies and records settled, it's time to find out who achieved what in the 2020-21 League of Gentlemen campaign.
Scores to be settled, trophies to be won and records to be broken; for the Gentlemen, this is their final chance to make this season a success. With eleven personal bests achieved and many records set last season, anything is possible on the Final Day.
The penultimate gameweek of the season saw surprisingly few managers bring in the in-form goalscorer in the game. In a low-scoring gameweek, those that did were rewarded handsomely, securing medal positions and sealing divisional records. Things remain poised on a knife-edge ahead of the Final Day.
In the third-to-last gameweek of the season, Lord Geord finally got to tweet a pun he’d been hyping up for two years, and has sacrificed this intro to highlight it, despite it having little effect on proceedings bar denying Cancelo a clean sheet.
In a record-breaking gameweek, ten Gentlemen entered the Hundred Club. Gentlemen’s Classic qualification remains firmly in the balance, while the race for the Silver Medal intensified and the Gentlemen’s Trophy Grand Final got under way.
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