Reds manager vows to defend second Kenna title with honour

Walthamstow Reds won the Kenna for the second time in three years with the manager vowing to ‘defend the title with honour’.

‘We’re delighted to claim our second Kenna title and it will certainly be among the international news highlights of May 2022, like the ongoing Depp v Heard defamation court case and Sam Ryder technically winning Eurovision,’ said the Reds boss.

‘But now the challenge is to win back-to-back championships next season. That’s straight talk, not marketing speak, and shows how much the world’s leading London pub-based fantasy football league means to the club and me as a manager.’.

Many have questioned the manager’s ability to perform such a feat with the Reds franchise rumoured to be moving the south Midlands next season.

‘We will defend the title with honour,’ said the manager. ‘When I go to the 2022/23 auction as the manager of Oxford Reds I’ll be looking to sign top talent, and not the likes of Kurt Zouma or Nathan Collins.’

The Clotted Cream First manager won the Covid Cup for the second time in three years, and is being hailed as ‘Pandemic Cup Specialist’.

Kenna season 2021/22 – Manager of the Month

Full scores available from The Rub.

Prize money

Walthamstow Reds – £170 (Champions: £150, MOTMx2: £20)

Clotted Cream First – £155 (Cup winner: £75, Runner up: £50, MOTMx3: £30)

Molesey Massive – £35 (Third: £25, MOTM: £10)

Dynamo Charlton – £30 (Wenger Trophy: £10, MOTMx2: £20)

Barry Town – £10 (MOTM)

Thame Network Solutions – £10 (MOTM)

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Author: The chairman

Ascended to the chairmanship of the Jeff Kenna League Fantasy Football League in 2007 after co-founded the league in London in August 2005.