After the previous two seasons attempts at an online managed Super Fantasy Premiership, in 2008 - 2010 the Premier League’s actual official Fantasy Football game seemed to be an obvious home for our own league. The difference now would be that we would all be able to have whoever we wanted, with more than one manager able to have the same player. It was seen as the ultimate test with everyone having the same starting point and tools to their disposal. The site did all the work while we controlled squads and substitutions.
In 2008/09 Ross Peggs ended Champion by just two points and on the last day of the season, with returning SFP manager Stuart Wigby sitting in second.