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Week #13 - 'Imperial Boozeboys' Top Early Medals Table

Published: 29 November 2023

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While the final season of the Golden Boot Game is proving to be a close and hard-fought affair, there are still just thirty teams currently qualified for this season’s Golden Boot Cup competition. We have decided to extend the qualifying deadline for teams to be registered and active in the Golden Boot Game until the Week #14 selection deadline on Saturday 2nd December. That will give potential players a couple of days, after this weblog is published, to register their team and select their first strikers. Unfortunately, we can’t move the deadline any later in case there is a sudden influx of teams which takes the total above 32 qualifiers. In that case Round 1 of the Cup would be in Week #15.

In any case we will make the draw for Round 1 on Monday morning 4th December. It will be published on our Facebook page and in the Arrowvean Cup page of our website. In all likelihood we will not be playing Round 1 until January but it will be good to get the draw out of the way before we head into the busy Christmas period. With no more international breaks until late March, we now come to a crucial period which could well decide which teams will be competing for the big prizes, in both Cup and League, at the end of this final Golden Boot Game season.


There are ten strikers providing points for the Golden Boot Game this Week. Haaland , once again, leads the way with only three teams not selecting him. Watkins, with 22 selections, is the only other striker in more than ten teams. The next best is Gordon’s seven appearances, while two goal Joao Pedro has as many selections as goals. All three of the teams without Haaland have other scorers, so every team adds to their points in Week #13.

Imperial Boozeboys are the top scorers with 21 points this Week from just three goals. Bury Wanderer also have three goals but just nineteen points. Ming’s dynasty may have four goals but they only provide eighteen points which is one more than The Molineux Marauders get from their four. In fact, Cheshire Town get those same seventeen points from just three goals. Molineux Marauders are the only team with five goals, their five different scorers bringing a minimum (but above the Week #13 average) return of fifteen points.

Magic Eight Balls still hold top spot by virtue of scoring more goals than the team in second. However, that team is now Bury Wanderer. Merrall’s Marauders slip to third, though just a single point behind the top two. All New Goal Monkeys Deluxe are still four points behind the leading pair but slip to fourth, where they are now level on points with fifth placed Team Of The Weak. The top eight teams are now covered by nine points.


The seventeen teams with Haaland in the 8-point position were the only ones to collect a gold medal in the first Week of the Medals Table Game. Imperial Boozeboys were the only team to add both a silver and a bronze to their tally with Rashford and Isak doing the honours. The only other team with both gold and silver, thanks to Watkins, were Cheshire Town. It is rare that we have a single team in first and second places after the first Week of this game. Three teams added a Watkins bronze medal to their Haaland gold; Bury Wanderer, Ming’s dynasty and Pain in the Arsenal. These five were the only teams to get more than one medal in the first Week of this season’s Medals Table Game, though just three teams missed out on a medal of some colour. With a double-fix Week coming up in Week #14 there will be extra opportunities to build up your medals tally before the usual hectic Christmas schedule.


Week #14 of the Golden Boot Game is the first of this season’s double-fix Weeks. There are two sets of Premier League fixtures to be played, making twenty matches in total, with each club playing home and away. This means your selected strikers have the chance to score in two matches in Week #14. The first matches of this crowded schedule kick-off on Saturday afternoon at 15:00 (3 pm). Thus the Week #14 selection deadline for the Golden Boot Game will be at 14:00 (2 pm) on Saturday 2nd December.

There are five matches being played on Saturday, followed by five more on Sunday afternoon. The second set of fixtures starts with two matches on Tuesday night. There are six more matches on Wednesday night and we finish our double-fix Week with two matches on Thursday night. The later of these sees Spurs host West Ham and we will update our website shortly after the final whistle in that match. Our next weblog will be published on Friday 8th December. The tight deadline means we will just have a brief summary of the Week’s events affecting the Golden Boot Game and the Medals Table Game but the highlight will be the draw for Round 1 of this season’s Golden Boot Cup.

Recent Web Logs Available

  • 25/10/2023 - Week #9 - 'Magic Eight Balls' Lead Quantum Accelerator Game
  • 01/11/2023 - Week #10 - 'BF Giants' Post Week's Best Score
  • 08/11/2023 - Week #11 - 'Magic Eight Balls' Close In On Hot Spot Prize
  • 15/11/2023 - Week #12 - Double Top Spot For 'Magic Eight Balls'
  • 29/11/2023 - Week #13 - 'Imperial Boozeboys' Top Early Medals Table

Comments From Our Players

From: Weakenders

at: 18:44 on 12 November 2023

Fantastic high scoring game to end the week . I can see a few new teams in our table .How did they find out about the game & are they enjoying it so far .Golden Boot mini league on FPL code vksakl

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