Game Week 38 Review
NO ALARMS AND NO SURPRISES
AS CURTAIN CLOSES ON TFG SEASON
There were no security threats at TFG HQ this weekend as the inaugural TFG season came to a end and the final league standings were decided.
Chris ‘Steveo’ Greenwood was crowned TFG champion a week ago, but all hail Rich Le Cras, Alex Smith, Sam Gilling, Les Berry and Lana Tippins; you’ll find a limited edition TFG badge and a slap on the back arriving through your letterbox in the near future.
Team TFG’s very own Stephen Middleton picked up the wooden spoon prize after some spectacularly bad picks left him bottom of the pile. We’re expecting some interest from a Chinese consortium about selling him in the upcoming weeks.
In total, 40 TFGers backed Watford or Sunderland and dropped points accordingly, with a further 38 forgets no doubt delighted to see Newcastle spank a sorry Spurs side a St James’.
Incredibly only 11 of you managed to pick Everton, Arsenal and Stoke. You won’t be surprised to know that Chris Greenwood was one of them.
To find out what you final league position was, just click HERE.
We’re planning on releasing a review and statistical analysis overview of the first TFG season over the next couple of weeks. In addition, we’ve brought a couple of gifted and exciting young football writers on board – who will be reviewing the season and previewing the European Championships over the next couple of weeks. Make sure you’e following us on social media or regularly visiting the site to avoid missing out.
All that remains to be said is a final massive THANK YOU!
We hope you’ve enjoyed playing the game as much as we have running the game, and we look forward to seeing you again in July – when the accounts of currently registered players will be deactivated prior to invites being issued via email with a link to sign up for TFG 2016/17.
In the meantime, please spread the word – tell family, friends and colleagues. Remember, they can sign up as new users for 2016/17 now.
Enjoy your summer, and the European Championships in France. If only Steveo was picking the England team – then we’d be a lot more confident.