Friday 18 September 2020 by Adam Bevan

Fantasy Football Manager leaves team ‘by mutual consent’ after one game, for third successive season

Fantasy football manager ditches team

A Fantasy Football Manager from South Wales has announced this morning that he and his club, “Norfolk’n’Chance”, have reached an agreement to terminate his tenure after just one game week.

Simon Williams, 32, from Newport, said that it was by ‘mutual consent’ that his decision to leave Fantasy Football behind for another season, was made.

The announcement comes after a dismal display which saw his team captain and back-up team captain, get zero minutes played. Game week one was kind to many, with showstoppers like Salah, Vardy and Jimenez all delivering.

However, it was a very poor haul for Williams’ side in particular, and scoring well below the weekly average has doomed Norfolk’n Chance to yet another barren and untouched season ahead.

“We’ll be lucky to finish in the top million,” one anonymous team member said, and this is the third season in a row where the club can expect to feel utterly abandoned for the remaining 37 game weeks.

What’s next for Williams? Well if his ability to make bad decisions and then absolve himself of responsibility for them is anything to by, then surely a position in the UK Government beckons.

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