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Australian immigrants Anthony McKeith and Craig Campbell have taken the league by storm since their move, topping the 110k Australian Dream League. The Condemned have continued their plummet down the table, while Milner's Men and Loz Pots United are doing nothing to escape the bottom two... see the 110k Australian Dream League page for more details, which has finally been updated following technical difficulties.
Micah's back after his two week absence to make an in depth analysis of this week's results. In a fortnight that has seen massive leaps by some and another Micah holds close nearly leading the pack alone, he’s bound to have an opinion. Find it here.
Rissi's Spranglers have pulled off the remarkable to leap from the foot of the table to sixth despite the handicap of starting in gameweek 2, coming away from week 3 with a 105 point total. Had they commenced from the start like their competitors they could well be top.
The Special Ones still lead the table on 172 points. When questioned, charismatic young Hebden chose to instead focus on fellow manager Richard Bissitt, currently residing in second, by saying, "He took Micah's advice, sure, but he still hasn't let him in his team. If he'd done that maybe you'd be asking him about being top." The question still remains as to whether The Condemned could have taken top spot Richards was present in the side.
See the 110k Australian Dream page for the standings and further details.
It first appeared the narrowest of 1 point leads over The Special Ones would leave Woody's Whites top at the end of Monday. However, due to the minimum requirement of three defenders The Special Ones had second sub Simpson coming on ahead of first sub Eagles, adding an extra 4 points to the side to overtake the despairing Whites. Manager Daniel Woodward was understandably disappointed with the decision stating, "What a load of boll***s," referring to the opposing boss as, "a lucky cu**."
Newest addition to the league Rissi's Spranglers did well in their first week, with a points total of 49 ensuring they aren't left adrift, but 9 points behind 12th placed Loz Pots United. Gameweek 3 is set to see another side join the league in Honey Bees. Boss Suraj Nakeshree claims poor managers in the league such as his "clearly inept" brother should give him chance to climb the table in no time. The Cadiz FC coach declined to comment.
In quite a coup, world class defender Micah Richards has agreed to provide his insightful views on the league as it progresses, starting a weekly column with Australian Dream. Micah's View could provide you with the cutting edge on the league opposition and, if you listen to his words of advice, even those in the bottom half of the table could find themselves on top at the end of the second round of games.
Latecomer Joel Hebden finished on top with The Special Ones at the end of the first round of fixtures, narrowly beating Woody's Whites and Yorkshire FC to the honour of sitting first in the 110k Australian Dream League. Asked whether he expected to retain the lead at the end of the next round of fixtures, he remarked, "You can call me wonderkid." One of only two managers to have a captain who achieved more than two points he may consider himself lucky, but his slick appointment of Silva as captain simply raped the opposition. Sides near the bottom of the table made their own bad luck, with both The Condemned and Linford's Lunchbox picking simply catastrophic sides.
This can't be said of Loz Pots United and Buy a Eunuch however, who were both heavily affected by the login issues of the past week. If first appeared they would be see no sympathy from the Premier League, with the standard one free transfer applying this week. However, a Premier League announcement stated that there will be unlimited free transfers for the rest of the week, and while both sides are still at a consequent loss from the first week, they'll at least have the chance to pick a side they're happy with. Those who picked poorly last week will also be given a second chance.