Crystal Palace’s 4th defeat in a row resulted in the 1st sacking of the season. Man City’s 5-0 demolition of Liverpool was overshadowed by whether Mane should have been sent off or not (yes, he was rightly sent off). Harry Kane scored his 100th and 101st goals for Tottenham, meaning it is officially September. Brighton and West Ham experienced their 1st wins of the season whilst Huddersfield tasted defeat for the 1st time.
After game week 3 the Top 5 managers in our league are as follows;
|1||Mitchell P||Boom Xhakalaca||268 pts|
|2||Mark D||Return of the Wazza||266 pts|
|3||Chris D||Sandbeds City||260pts|
|4||Charlie R||Holdini>>>||255 pts|
|5||Blazej N||NewBe YDN FC||251pts|
|442||Scott Lowes – Levitate||Kerimoglu Delight||156 pts|
Manager of the Week
Heather Goldsworthy – (Treasure Egg) is this week’s Manager of the week with 82 Points. Her use of Tottenham players (Davies, Eriksen and Davies) contributed 35 pts to her total.
Player of the week
Groß of Brighton was the player of the week with 18 pts.
Levitate’s Player to watch
- Last week’s suggestion was Ahmed El-Sayed Hegazi he scored a very disappointing 0 pt.
Jese (Midfielder) – Stoke City – £6m
After 3 really poor suggestions so far, I’m looking to redeem some integrity. It would be easy to suggest a big name player but I’m going to stick to trying to recommend cheap options. Jese of Stoke City obviously has quality having played for both Real Madrid and PSG. FF has him listed as a midfielder however Stoke seem to have been playing him further forward, this means for every goal he scores he will get an extra point than if they had him listed as Striker. Newcastle are up next for Stoke.
Now all the transfers are concluded, we will start to see some settled teams. Gameweek 5 kicks off on Friday with Bournemouth vs Brighton. There are 7 games on Saturday. After the bore fest that was Sunday, the games this week will hopefully live up to what ‘Super Sunday’ should be as Chelsea take on Arsenal and Man United host Everton.
Good luck for week 5.