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Suck City does anything but in our gameweek 12

Suck City does anything but in our gameweek 12


Our weekly winner Suck City blew away the opposition in the PPP/CTN Fantasy league with a sensational 77 points haul. Fantasy manager Lando Pitchwalker used the force to feature the top two achievers in gameweek 12, choosing Arsenal’s double scorer Marouane Chamakh as captain for 26 points and Villa’s Stewart Downing for 13 points. Newcastle goalmachine Andy Carroll snagged Lando a further eight points, while Spurs’ Rafael van der Vaart and Chelsea’s Petr Cech added seven points each. Other dreamteam stars of the week include a fantastic four in midfield, with Stoke’s Whitehead, West Ham’s Parker, Blackburn’s Gamst Pedersen and Villa’s Ashey Young all producing perfect 10s.

Lando collects the weekly prize of a US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt from sponsors Cellcard.

No time for a breather as the weekend boasts another full round of fixtures to wrap your head around. Transfer deadline is at 6:30pm tomorrow.

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