If you want to jump 50 spots in one season PM me. I know the secret.In 15th position we have the Baghdad Bombers star, miggs.
Last season saw miggs land in the 77th spot in the rankings, making him one of the biggest movers in this seasons rankings and it comes off the back of a quality season of match thread and media posting. You are sure to find miggs in any thread you go into. miggs, with his sense of humour is slowly but surely becoming one of the biggest names in the competition, and he's doing it in a side full of other great posters which makes it all the more impressive.
A breathe of fresh air was miggs with his media threads this season, such as the SFA Injury Thread and his Sweet F.A Game show. We hope to see more from miggs over the coming seasons, the league needs posters like him.
Well done, miggs.
He's probably the most regarded poster in the league to be honest.It should be no surprise to anyone that BRAB has once again slotted into the Top 20 posters of the league.
Although falling seven places in the rankings, BRAB is still highly regarded by his peers for his work around the league. He certainly has one of the more unique posting styles and personas in the league. A poster who is never afraid to put himself on the line, tell you how he thinks it is and never backs away from a thread or challenge.
The All-SFA selected East Side Hawk BRAB has made quite the name for himself over the last few seasons and his brand only continues to grow.
Well done on another Top 20 finish, BRAB.
By my calculations, that puts me up about 326 places from last season...Getting his maiden appearance in the Top 20 MVP rankings it is the Baghdad sophomore sensation TheCoach16 venturing out into the wider league in Season 24.
After a tough introduction to the Sweet FA in his rookie season with pranks gone wrong and numerous breakdowns, TheCoach16 has bounced back strongly in his second season developing a unique posting style and showing remarkable improvement in his handling of antagonists.
TheCoach16 has continued to be prolific in match threads averaging 41 a week of relevant and original posting. He knows how to talk him and his team up as well as how to joke around and have a laugh. This season he has fared better in confrontations and has grown in confidence, often being more willing to go toe to toe with some of the competition's big names.
He has also began to expand into the media this season with his podcast review thread was funny and self-deprecating in a way attracting a reasonable amount of interest and a promising sign of things to come for the Coach in the media.
Congratulations on a fine season TheCoach16.
Review courtesy of Cloud_. Thanks to him!