The Gentlemen faced a real challenge to navigate the first major Blank Gameweek of the season. Point deductions, Free Hits and Wildcards flew around, only to see one of the lowest-scoring gameweeks so far, one where defensive players were the major winners.
After three intensive gameweeks, a clear leader has flown away at the top of the League of Gentlemen. Will anybody be able to slay the Dragon?
After two rounds of group stages, it all comes down to this. Two teams, two gameweeks and one Grand Final, all to determine who will become the inaugural Gentlemen's Classic winner out of Flash Funk and The Hitman.
As a special Christmas treat, here's a little story about how ol' Grinchy Vogt came to learn the true meaning of FPL. Merry Christmas, Gentlemen.
After two quiet gameweeks, the League of Gentlemen set alight this week, with goals galore and huge volatility in the table. Meanwhile, the Gentlemen's Classic finalists were determined.
The Gentlemen's luck was out in Gameweek Thirteen, with the majority of the big names failing to produce. With points being hard to find, a 23-point swing sees a new name at the top.
In a low-impact gameweek, the only real changes to the division were caused by the ineptitude of Wooden Spoon Helling. Meanwhile, all is still to play for in the Gentlemen's Classic.
The new contenders look more in control each week, with a new name on the League of Gentlemen trophy looking ever more inevitable. As the old guard fades away, can anyone stop Ginger Ben?
As the seasons change to the wintery months, the Iceman makes his move, freezing out the competition to become Manager of the Month. Elsewhere, Sirloin Sean overcooked his transfers, while the Butcher carved his way back into contention.
Gameweek Nine saw Ginger Ben’s differential captain give him a strong position at the top, with those who played it safe being punished for their predictability. Meanwhile, Deadly Daz’s indecision lead to devastation in the Eliminator.
The first round of the Gentlemen's Classic came to a dramatic conclusion in Gameweek 8. As King Ding's FPL Nightmare continues, the top four teams are separated by just four points, with a new face at the top.
With several highly-owned players missing out this gameweek, many managers found themselves relying on their substitutes. The importance of investing in a quality bench was revealed, with those who spread their money throughout the squad receiving the greater rewards.
In a gameweek where only six of the Dream Team hit double-figures, points were at a premium. While several FPL Nightmares were endured, a new name was in dreamland as he replaced Ginger Ben at the top.
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?
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