The unpredictable start to the League of Gentlemen continues, with all of last season’s top ten now languishing in the Irrelevants. With this campaign promising to be like no other in history, which of the underdogs will take advantage and lay claim to the King’s throne?
After a sensational gameweek which saw Liverpool and Manchester United get thrashed, the League of Gentlemen league table is starting to take shape. Could this be the year of the underdog?
In a gameweek where managers struggled for points, a surprise contender rose through the ranks. Meanwhile, the Gentlemen's Classic group stages got under way and the first Manager of the Month was crowned.
The draw for the Gentlemen's Classic group stage has been completed, live on Facebook. Inside are the four first-round groups, as well as the fixture list for each head-to-head clash.
The highest-scoring gameweek in twenty-team Premier League history saw one man enter the Hundred Club, saw those with Spurs attackers gain a huge advantage over their rivals and saw Manchester United get off to a whimper.
The FPL season started in stunning fashion for those who captained Mo the Messiah, with his performance giving his owners plenty to drool over. For those without the enthralling Egyptian, the first gameweek of the season became a true FPL Nightmare.
The new FPL season is upon us, with contestants old and new entering the World's Greatest Mini-League. Here, the season ahead is laid out, with explanations of the three cup competitions held within the League of Gentlemen.
Ahead of the new season of the League of Gentlemen, Jez Messing sat down with the back-to-back winner of the competition, King Ding, to discuss everything from last season’s incredible come-from-behind triumph to strategy for the season ahead.
If you're an Fantasy Premier League manager overwhelmed by the volume of advice and analysis available, this is the essay for you. Inside is the advice from the past eleven winners of FPL, from record points-scorer Jon Reeson to last season's champion Joshua Bull. Who better to learn from than the best?
FPL managers all over the world are weighing up which premium midfielders to select, with at least six players fighting for a maximum of three slots. Could an ultra-aggressive transfer policy for two premium midfielder roles be the answer?
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