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Game Week #38 Preview

ORMEROD CROWNED CHAMP WITH GAME TO SPARE Jamie Camble, it’s time to hand over your crown! Alex Ormerod is officially the 2017/18 TFG champion with Game Week #38 still to play after Stoke’s second half horror show versus Crystal Palace meant closest rival Jeff Coleman could no longer close the 6 point gap. Ormerod himself […]

Game Week #29 Preview

SNOW JOKE FOR HARRIS & COLEMAN AS ORMEROD OPENS GAP Why-o-why-o-why do (seemingly) intelligent people such as 2nd and 3rd placed Jeff Coleman and Peter Harris keep thinking West Brom will actually win a game of football? Such foolhardiness sees Alex Ormerod open up a tidy 4 point gap at the top of the TFG League […]

Game Week #27 Preview

 FOOTBALL THINGS HAPPEN AGAIN Game Week #26 saw Watford pile pressure on Antonio Conte, Burnley battle back to claim a point against Champions elect Man City, a new look Arsenal spanking a sorry looking Everton and the West Brom curse strike once again. Meanwhile, in The TFG league, Jeff Coleman dropped a couple of points as Newcastle […]

Game Week #22 Preview

NO TIME FOR NEW YEAR HANGOVERS! Happy New Year to TFGers everywhere – we sincerely wish you and your families all the very best for 2018! Now back to the real issue – an oversight at TFG HQ means that we send you this email with only an hour until Game Week #22 kicks off […]

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LATE GOALS RESCUE POINTS Goals deep into the second half secured wins for Man Utd, Arsenal, Man City and Crystal Palace, draws for Spurs and Chelsea and saw Daniel  Lacey stay a nose in front of the chasing pack at the top of the TFG League. Alan Reynolds, Sue Doyle, Chris Grove and TFG’s very own […]

Game Week #9 Preview

CRYSTAL PALACE ACTUALLY SCORE SOME* GOALS The shock of the Game Week #8 was Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace side turning over Chelsea at Selhurst Park, meaning 18 of you dropped points picking the champions. Spurs, Man City and Swansea were all popular picks and this trio of home fixtures rewarded your faith accordingly. But there were […]