Table top heavyweights Puncheon it out

Jason Puncheon corner
He shits when he wants: Jason Puncheon’s two goals and assist kept Piedmonte in the Kenna title race (photo courtesy of Paul Wright)

BREATHLESS attacking football from two teams challenging for the Kenna title lit up the league with six weeks left of the season.

FC Testiculadew may have extended their lead by two points at the top with goals from Juan Mata and Edin Dzeko, but led by Jason Puncheon’s player-of-the-week performance and a double strike from Stevie G, Piedmonte refused to let up.

In the tightest Kenna since Vasco De Beauvoir pipped Insomnia’s Titans in 2010, FCT and the Pies find themselves like two sluggers in the ring Puncheon it out, which makes a refreshing change from the midfielder’s reputation for Puncheon one off mid match.

Whether either side can maintain this scintillating offensive play for the rest of the title race is uncertain. FCT have lost striker Christian Benteke for the rest of the season through injury and the imminent return of KS West Green striker Sergio Aguero could mean demotion to the bench for Dzeko.

From the Piedmonte perspective, it would take a Herculean effort from their ragtag bunch of misfits to overhaul a 47-point gap in the handful of games left.

What is clear is that Judean Peoples’ Front have dropped out of the race, their chances of competing stretchered off along with Jay Rodriguez on Saturday afternoon.

Looking ahead to the weekend, FCT are still in the hunt for a Kenna double. They take on Headless Chickens in a semi final first leg sibling derby.

Last year’s bottom-placed manager, now in charge of St Reatham FC, appears to have overcome the anxiety that led to a dark spring night on Chobham Common and will battle it out with Northern Monkeys in the other tie.


Kenna table

Kenna week 31 - 8 April 2014
Kenna week 31 – 8 April 2014

Weekly scores

Manager Points Goals
1 FC Testiculadew James N 49 3
2 Piedmonte Phil 47 4
3 Headless Chickens John N 37 2
4 Just put Carles Carles 36 1
5 Young Boys Denney 35 2
6 Judean Peoples Front Sholto 32 1
7 Pikey Scum Jack 28 2
8 Bala Rinas Lewis 27 2
9 Newington Reds Dudley 24 1
10 Sporting Lesbian Ben M 21 0
11 St. Reatham FC Mike 21 0
12 Team Panda Rules OK George 20 0
13 Hairy Fadjeetas Aiden 19 1
14 KS West Green Stix 19 0
15 This is Sparta…Prague Rich 19 0
16 Spartak Mogadishu Abdi 18 0
17 Lokomotiv Leeds Ben S 15 0
18 Dynamo Charlton Alex 11 1
19 PSV Mornington El Pons 10 0
20 Northern Monkeys Hugo 9 0
21 Rapids De Cullons CF Jorge 8 0
22 Still Don’t Know Yet Pete 6 0
23 Dulwich Red Sox Luke 5 0
Points Player
Player of the week 15 Puncheon, J – CRY – MID
Club Piedmonte
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Transfer deadline day – just four hours left

Toilet paper
Puncheon one off: Jason went for a sh1t

LORRY LOADS of toilet paper being delivered to Vasco De Beauvoir‘s Shoreditch Park ground as the manager attempts to lure Jason Puncheon to the club.

Demba Ba and Juan Mata battling it out in an arroz con leche eating contest as they try to secure their future at PSV Mornington by impressing ‘El Jefe’.

Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson having a ‘siesta off’ to prove their worth to the Just Put Carles manager.

The Sporting Lesbian boss interrupted with news of the fast approaching transfer window during a game of bowls on Plymouth Hoe dismissing concern with the words: “We have time to finish our game of bowls and defeat the Spanish.”

These are some of the things that could be happening this morning as managers rush to get their players released to Kenna HQ ahead of today’s noon deadline.

Come Friday night it’ll be game faces ‘on’ for the second and final transfer window of the season before clubs make their assault on the title / relegation survival / mid-table mediocrity (delete as appropriate).

Top-performing unsigned players, and a few new faces, are listed below. As everyone steels themselves ahead of Friday the question hanging in the air is: just who will walk away with Emmanuel Pogatetz?


Hernandez (MUN, 89)
Le Fondre (REA, 87)
Benteke (AVL, 83)
Shaun Maloney (WIG, 64)
Di Santo (WIG, 62)

Gouffran (NEW)
Remy (QPR)
Wellington Paulista (WHM)


De Guzman (SWA, 81)
Jason ‘I went for a sh1t’ Puncheon (SOT, 72)
Craig Gardner (SUN, 66)
Beausejour (WIG, 60)
Macanuff (REA, 57)

Coutinho (LIV)
Sissoko (NEW)
Chris David (FUL)
Holtby (TOT)


Bassong (NOR, 72)
O’brien (WHM, 68)
Geoff Cameron (STO, 65)
Clichy (MCY, 63)
Azpilicueta (CHE, 60)

Yanga-Mbiwa (NEW)
Haidara (NEW)
Forren (SOT)
Ben Haim (QPR)
Debuchy (NEW)
Emmanuel Pogatetz (WHM)

Cup results

Greendale Rockets 2 1 Dynamo Charlton
Woking 1 0 Still Don’t Know Yet
Vasco De Beauvoir 1 2 Headless Chickens
Northern Monkeys 1 0 Judean Peoples’ Front
Sporting Lesbian 1 1 Newington Reds
FC Testicluadew 1 0 Spartak Mogadishu
Just put Carles 0 0 Wandsworth Window Lickers
Lokomotiv Leeds 4 1 Piedmonte

Canesten Combi Cup group stage – final tables

Final tables - cup groups
Final tables – cup groups

League table

Week 22 - 29 January 2013
Week 22 – 29 January 2013

Weekly scores

Manager Points Goals
1 Lokomotiv Leeds Ben S 34 4
2 Vasco De Beauvoir Stix 32 1
3 Greendale Rockets Stu 29 2
4 Hairy Fadjeetas Aiden 26 2
5 FC Testicluadew James N 26 1
6 Sporting Lesbian Ben M 26 1
7 Headless Chickens John N 25 2
8 Pikey Scum Jack 20 2
9 Woking Mike 18 1
10 Bala Rinas Lewis 17 0
11 Newington Reds Dudley 16 1
12 Northern Monkeys Hugo 16 1
13 Piedmonte Phil 15 1
14 Dynamo Charlton Alex 13 1
15 PSV Mornington El Pons 13 0
16 Judean Peoples’ Front Sholto 11 0
17 Just put Carles Carles 10 0
18 Wandsworth Window Lickers Will 8 0
19 Spartak Mogadishu Abdi 6 0
20 Still Don’t Know Yet Pete 3 0
Points Player
Player of the week 26 Giroud, O – ARS – STR
Club Lokomotiv Leeds
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