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Gameweek 10 review - Fellaini's week

A disappointing week for most of our managers with lots of ones and twos on everyone's scoresheets. None of our top ten broke 50 and the average score of the whole BPL FL was a mere 37 points.

Marouane Fellaini was the star of the week with 15 points followed by WBA's Odemwingie buoyed by his brace last night against Southampton.

The Dream Team makes interesting reading, particularly the final column which shows the percentage of teams that include the players, so don't be too hard on yourselves.

Foster    WBA                       8   points     11.6%

Gorkss    Reading  11 points               2.5%

Evra                        Man U                    10 points               6.8%

CaldwellWigan                     8  points                0.5%

Fellaini   Everton  15 points     23.9%

JohnsonNorwich11 points               0.7%

Moses                    Chelsea  11 points               2.5%

Watson  Wigan                     11 points               0.0%

Hernandez            Swansea9   points                0.2%

Odemwingie WBA                               13 points               1.5%

Agbonlahor           Villa                         9   points                0.2%

Paul Harron has held on to top spot again and with the managers in his wake having quite similar teams it may need a brave move by someone in order to catch up. 

Inspirational Manager of the Week
Lying in 77th place, Recruitment International Magazine's Chris Watson scored a joint top score of 58 points this week, however we think he has the edge over fellow top scorer David Bloch by picking both Fellaini and Moses in his midfield. Well done Chris.

Page 2 Pacesetters

Those guys down in the nether regions of the league that have had a superb week. David Bloch (58 points / 54th place), Chris Watson (58 points / 77th place) and Intec's Daniel (49 points / 80th place) all did very well and David had neither Fellaini nor Moses in his team.

Taxi for........... Wayne Routledge

The Swansea midfielder was a firm favourite in the first couple of months and is still held by 14.3% of all managers but his form has fallen off a cliff. If you disregard his goal and assist against Reading he hasn't scored more than two points since September 1st. If you're still keen on Swansea and you've got a few bob in the bank, you could swap him out for Pablo Hernandez who has scored 20 points in the last 3 games despite only getting a full 90 minutes once all season. At a similar price you might consider Liverpool's Jay Sterling who is basically playing up front until the transfer window opens or Wigan's James McCarthy.


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