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CRACK OPEN THE CHAMPERS: CAMBLE CROWNED CHAMP Manchester United’s home win over Crystal Palace, coupled with Manchester City’s 5-0 drubbing of Watford meant Jamie Camble was able to leapfrog long time leader Philip Drew and claim the crown of TFG Champion 2016/17. It was a cruel ending for Drew who has lead since his inspired […]

Game Week 38 Preview

CAMBLE ON POLE FOR TFG GLORY Wins for Bournemouth (Drew & Camble), Crystal Palace (Wikramaratna) and Arsenal (Coleman) meant the top four all picked up 3 precious points in #GW37 and go into the final week of the season, rather wonderfully, still in with a chance of claiming the much coveted TFG title: 1. Philip Drew […]

Game Week 37 Preview

WEST BROM CURSE RETURNS TO WREAK HAVOC  Remember that #GW37 kicks off tonight, Friday May 12th at 19:45 – make sure you’ve submitted your pick by then to avoid disappointment.  You can’t say you haven’t been warned! All season long we’ve been bangin’ on about the West Brom curse and it came back with a vengeance […]

Game Week 36 Preview

DRAB DREW DRAW MEANS RACE REMAINS ON  Saturday 29th April was a sad day for football. It saw a set of Premier League fixtures so dull, that as a result only 5 people tuned into Match of the Day on Saturday night. 3 of those people were actually sat in the studio. Indeed, the five fixtures that included zero home wins, […]

Game Week 35 Preview

DREW LEADS BY A NOSE IN FINAL FURLONG A huge 6 point haul over the last 7 days for second placed Jamie Camble means that long time leader Philip Drew is now just a solitary point in front of Camble as the finish line looms large in the Q-Sphere TFG Grand National, er… I mean […]

Game Week 34 Preview

Drew Election Campaign Enters Final Months. Drew clings on at the top of the Q-Sphere TFG League but the chasing pack begin to circle. With only five games left to go, its still all to play for. Philip Drew, with sixteen others, picked up a win with Watfords 1-0 win over Swansea so kept his […]