With the season concluded, it's time to reveal the Honours Roll for the League of Gentlemen, followed by a review of each team's performance, with all the facts and figures.
After 37 gameweeks and a season that has spanned eleven months, it all comes down to this. Big Steve vs King Ding, the best this year versus the best of all time. Only four points separate the two teams – who will emerge from the Final Day as the League of Gentlemen champion?
Gameweek 37 is historically a high-scoring gameweek, and the trend continued with some huge totals in the League of Gentlemen. How would the title picture be affected? And could Mad Mikey rise from the foot of the table?
With three weeks to go, the gap at the top has been slashed from 119 points to just thirteen. With the Butcher playing his Free Hit, would King Ding be able to stay in the hunt?
Gameweek 35 brought us the Gentlemen’s Trophy final, a clash between the two men vying for the league title. With the repercussions extending far beyond this one match, who would come out on top?
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THE GENTLEMEN'S CLASSIC.
After five weeks of his lead being eroded, the Butcher needed to produce. In a week where the form book was turned on its head, the Gentlemen's Trophy finalists were determined.
With only five weeks to go, the title race is as close as it has ever been. The volatility of Lower Mid-Table continues to enthral, while the Gentlemen's Trophy Semi-Finals saw the first legs end with both ties in the balance.
Thrilling action in the League of Gentlemen, with one of the highest-scoring gameweeks of the season. With the title race intensifying and the second leg of the Gentlemen's Trophy Quarter Finals, everything was on the line.
Gameweek 31 proved a glorious week for one manager, who became the first to enter the Hundred Club in a single gameweek. It also saw the first leg of the Gentlemen's Trophy Quarter Finals, while the two-horse title race drew ever closer.
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