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Gameweek 28 winner

Gameweek 28 winner

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Managerial mastery was once again contested in Gameweek 28, with fantasy league newcomer Mongkul Vichet sneaking victory with his team Victor FC on 86 points to scoop the Cellcard US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt. Vichet’s squad featured top picks such as Chelsea stalwart Lampard as captain for 26 points, Arsenal’s sublime Fabregas for 16 points, and defenders Ricketts of Bolton and Hughes of Fulham for 9 points each. Next gameweek’s curtailed eight fixtures has transfer deadline set at 6:30pm this Saturday, so pay attention to which teams are playing.

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