Volunteers Required

We need a few people who can help us out with these awards. You have to cover a league (20 teams), and from there pick out the winners of these awards. You aren’t required to do any write ups, just create a list of winners of these awards in your league each week, and send it to JKisthe/TW by Monday/Tuesday each gameweek.

Hall Of Fame awards we can consider -:
Salma Hayek Overnight – Best Matchday Score

Patrice Suarez
– Lowest Matchday Score

Bonus Maestro – Highest Bonus Points (Captain’s Bonus points doubled) in a Matchday

Dalglish Differential – Worst Matchday team selection during the Group Stages (most points on the bench)

Gary Carrag-mole
– GARY (Caldwell) CARRAG(her)-(Catter)MOLE = Most negative points (own goals, cards, goals conceded,penalties missed including negative Captain points doubled) in a Matchday

Ultimate Humiliator
– Biggest Margin of Victory

This one is judged by the UEFA Pressers Committee  which currently needs two more members (if interested TW can give you more details)-:

JOSE MOURINHO RUMOR MADNESS = Manager with the best pre/post-matchday press conference/rumor reports/team news over a two gw period.


We are short on a quite a few people for a League Reviews and Order of Valour Awards awards , so if interested please mail us at ffsuefa@gmail.com depending on how you feel you can help out.

So far we have the following coverage for these two features:

La Liga – Both League Reviews and Order of Valor

Bundesliga – Order of Valor

Ligue 1 – League Reviews

ROE – nothing

Serie A – nothing

EPL – nothing

Please sign up to help if you want to ensure that your league will have coverage for league reviews and Order of Valor. Otherwise your league will miss out on these fun and popular features while other leagues will get to enjoy them.


*Note from TW:

  • Order of Valor and HOF Awards will both be done weekly
  • the Presser/team news award will be done every other week with the first one awarded after gw 5
  • League Reviews will be done after gw’s 4, 8, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 19 with the ones towards the end of the season shorter and more focused on the results that effect relegation, CL spots and league champion
  • Once you sign up for a role JK or I will contact you to let you know more details about it. If you are just interested we can give you more details about the role(s) you are interested in so you can make a decision.

19 thoughts on “Volunteers Required

  1. Happy to help out in some respect (totting up the figures for the awards or a league review now and again) – just let me know what’s required and when 🙂

  2. Interview by Alan Brazil with MJ6987 (manager of Atalanta)
    Alan: Mor-ning!!!! Well, MJ, you’ve had an absolute baptism of fire in your first season in Serie A haven’t you pal?

    MJ: Yeah, you could say that! When the fixtures came out I saw that I had two of the big names in the first 3 weeks – starting with Forca’s Lazio outfit and a clash with Milanista’s AC Milan in GW3, with a match against the lower profile Grounderz (Cagliari) sandwiched inbetween.

    Alan: Aye, so you must be quite pleased with your start eh?

    MJ: Yes, well, I was quite confident going into week one despite tough opposition, but I came up against a Forca Inter team in rampant form – my score of 75 was decent enough but braces from Petric and Michu pretty much put paid to any hopes I had of a debut victory as Forca powered his way to 93 points. I shifted through the gears in week two and over-powered relative newcomer Grounderz 79-44 despite taking a 4 point hit – although it was just a relief to get off the mark. I then continued this momentum into week 3 with a real morale boosting victory against an uncharacteristically off-form Milanista (71-58) which means that I am currently lying 4th in Serie A.

    Alan: And, after some respite with the international breaks, you are straight back into the big games with another great match up against Mark (Palermo)…although from what I’ve heard on that podcast, he can be an absolute numpty, a bit of a tube sometimes?

    MJ: Err, no, I think you’re thinking of his co-host maybe? Anyway, yeah, Mark was one of the “dangermen” that I picked out pre-season – I mean, his record speaks for itself with an incredible five top 5k finishes including two inside the top 500! And, although he hasn’t had the best of starts, you know with managers like that its only a matter of time before they start performing – I can only hope that it is not quite yet!

    Alan: Aye, Mark’ll be getting absolute pelters from Granddad if he loses to yourself as a relative newcomer to the game?

    MJ: I think its “Granville” but, although I’ve been under the radar, I’ve done OK to date…a 15k finish in my debut season, followed my my biggest achievement to date, a top 500 finish and then a more modest top 10k last year, but, no, nothing compared to what Mark has achieved so its going to be a very tough game – good luck to Mark

    Alan: OK, we’ll wrap it up there – cheers pal

    MJ: Cheers Al

  3. Little_Wizard123 told me he could do HOF for Serie-A, so that’s taken care of. 🙂

  4. I can do HOF for Ligue 1 if needed 🙂

  5. I’d like to do it but I can’t guarantee that I will do it every week(when I will busy). 😦

    • that’s okay mate. looks like we’ve already got everything from our league covered anyways :D.

      do you think you could maybe help with the presser committee though? wouldn’t be too much work really

  6. Evening guys, just popping on to say I wont be on much between here and FFS 😦 last year in college and just realised I’ve got a good bit to do. Might be on the odd time but if just email me if its urgent or leave a message on my blog and it’ll be emailed to me 🙂 best of luck guys!

  7. Gameweek 4 Review by Maillot Jaune

    F.C. Nurenberg 31 – 40 Eintracht Frankfurt

    With both managers similarly experienced and both in their 4th Fpl campaign with the consistency going to Kings of Lyon for two top ten thousand finishes Gameweek 4 would throw them nothing they haven’t seen before. In a low scoring week Maillot Jaune (Rebeldog) and Kings of Lyon went into the final game of the Gameweek tied on 29 points. With both managers giving the armband to the new resident Dutchman at Old Trafford and defences generally on top it came down to Maillot Jaune’s Monday Night Special, Felliani being unlucky with a disallowed goal (and usual yellow card) whilst KoL’s Baines provided all the evidence needed to secure the English left back’s spot in many a team over the coming weeks.

    Fortuna Dusseldorf 46 – 33 SC Freiburg

    From the History Porkie is a frightening prospect with three finishes in the top 10000 and one in the top 100 King Nil Miss is no slouch either with a year on year improvement so far. Porkie was no doubt thankful for King Nil Miss’s willingness to take a hit rather than press the button on his wildcard this week and with identical front lines both managers were looking for their midfield differentials to come good this week. Porkie with Arsenal and Fulham against the points available in the Monday Night game from a Toon and Toffee representative chosen by King Nill Miss. And so it was that 15 points played 3 in favour of a stunning Baines goal and a rampant Arsenal.

    Hamburg SV 46 – 41 Borussia Dortmund

    Having both wildcarded, 4vets in week 4 and Tommy Tour earlier in week 3 this was very much a tie of hand picked players, with a weeks extra analysis the more experienced 4vets w/c took early honours with 37 points after the weekends games including Fletcher’s most welcome 9 points. Tommy Tour found solace in Bale’s timely reminder of his talents with half of his 22pts going into the Monday game and then slight hope that Pienaar and Ben Arfa could overcome the deficit. With Pienaar doing the bizz Arfa disappointed and 4vets ended up victor in an enthralling tie.

    Mainz 35 – 46 FC Augsburg

    Halnone still fresh from his top 16000 finish last season eyed Sean with caution prior to the Gameweek with good reason an Fpl pro in his 6th season was not going to be easy. Having saved his transfer in week 4 Sean saw fit to give the armband to Van Persie in his tie with Halnone who avoided the unpleasantries of a hit this week and promptly handed his new free acquisition the armband. Hazard provided a clean sheet and 6 points for the trust placed in him by his manager whilst the 4 players that failed to play were replaced with 7 points off the bench. Poor Sean though had only meagre crumbs from Noble, Lennon and Cashley with 6 members of his team scoring 2 or 1 including the unfortunate Cuellar.

    Hertha BSC 38 – 35 Bayern Munich

    In his 5th Fpl season and a top 500 finish last term Zep knew he would have to score well in a face off with top 10000 finisher Billy Ketsu. With both managers suffering the ignominy of both their keepers failing to provide points this week both Billy Ketsu and Zep fought out another cracking encounter. Zep’s 2 free transfers of Van Persie and Michu failed to gel leaving Zep with Tevez and Cazorla as his high scoring players early in the Gameweek. Billy K faired little better with Tevez only as his high scorer early doors. Monday night saw a slim advantage for Billy K with a Ben Arfa differential but ultimately substitutions held the key with Billy K’s Demel and his 6 points v’s Zep’s Gunter and his single point.

    VfL Wolsburg 41 – 48 SpVgg Greuther Furth

    7 seasons combined experience including 3 in the top 80000 tells you all you need to know about the quality on show here. Nitin can feel a little hard done to, an active wildcard with an opponent all done players wise on Sunday night, granted a healthy 48 pts on the board for Valar but surely Nitin could rightly expect a healthy return from Baines and Jelavic , alas whilst a Baines contribution gave hope in the Monday night game an early bath for Jelevic laid bare Nitin’s hope’s and Valar won out handsomely in the end. A victory in no small part due to a well held trust and belief in Gareth Bale who top scored for him this week getting 11 points and the satisfaction of going to the head of the table and being the only side left undefeated with a 4-0 record.

    Bayer Leverkusen 39 – 49 Borussia Monchengladbach

    A final game showdown with Gingapo’s Baines up against Manani’s Pienaar failed to make any real difference in this tie. Manani in his 2nd Fpl campaign can feel a little rueful at the complete lack of a keeper this week and feel rightly hard done to with Cuellar failing to complete the game as his 1st sub. A Persie light team however failed to give him the rewards that just maybe a Torres captain pick away at QPR could of done. Gingapo however is made of sterner stuff and with a wealth of experience behind him (this is his 6th Fpl season) a Hazard captain in a Van Persie led team clearly failed to provide the rewards it probably deserved but can be proud indeed of the 10 points Kacaniklic earned to ultimately win the tie.

    TSG Hoffenheim 49 – 41 Hannover 96

    This 2nd v’s 5th tie saw Eoin go into the final game of the Gameweek certain of victory thanks to a 1 point advantage and Pienaar in his squad. Having taken a hit Eoin in his 5th Fpl campaign and still buzzing from his top 10000 finish last term, boldly bought in Hazard and Persie prior to the tie but will no doubt be grateful to Bale for his double digit contribution in midfield. Canadian Football with a very impressive début rank last season of 4800 must however lick his wounds as a goal keeping horror no show and a paltry Cazorla assist from the bag full at the Emirates failed to add sufficiently to the excellent Kacaniklic points he gained.

    Werder Bremen 18 – 47 VfB Stuttgart

    With only two seasons behind him Brian : Not the Messiah with a 6000 followed by a 111 finish comes up against another relatively new Fpl convert in only his second season. An 8 pt hit for Rick made it a bad start for the newcomer doubly so when those hits included transferring out both Bale and Ba for Felliani and Van Persie, perhaps a harsh lesson but a great example of being mindful who you are taking out and just not the points you envisage from those coming in. Rick had the further misfortune of Clyne, with his -3 coming on for Zabaleta as well as a no show between the sticks. Brian then romped home with Jaaskelainen, Demel and Baines getting more than half his teams points and 27 points in total at the back in a low scoring week no wonder he finishes so high.

    Schalke 04 45 – 60 FC Koln

    In a rare high scoring tie sparks flew between heavy hitters Bal4Tom and Fray Bentos, with a 3-6 years deficit in experience for Bal4Tom but the mighty high finish of 980. Both guys took hits Bal4Tom restructured shipping out Al Ahmadi for Guthrie whilst losing patience with Bale and finally getting on the Hazard train. Frey Bentos took an 8 pt hit bringing in Ruddy, Cazorla and Berbatov. Unsurprisingly Fray Bentos having captained Gerrard still won at a canter with Bale and the afore mentioned Berbatov scoring well to seal a win over his rival who with 45 would of won many a head2head this Gameweek but instead had to be satisfied with his well balanced team and the hope of better rotation free weekends.

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