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Gameweek 4 winner

Gameweek 4 winner

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The spoils for this week's Post's fantasy league go to Paul Guymon with his team Jack Mormon. Though bereft of Latter-day Saints (Southampton play in division one), Guymon's team did include star players Frank Lampard (captain doubles to 20 points), Aaron Lennon (10 points), Wayne Rooney (8 points) and Fernando Torres (12 points) to contribute to a total of 81 points. Guymon earns himself a US$20 phone card and T-shirt courtesy of Cellcard, which he can share amongst his many wives. This week takes a rest from Premiership action due to international commitments, but Gameweek 5 sees a full bag of ties the following week. Deadline for transfers is Saturday September 12 at 5:30pm (Cambodian time).

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