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This is the front page of Player of the Week's archive, a near-annual (formerly weekly but not since like 2014) piece featuring a player of the moment. New articles come whenever they are written by the community. Feel free to submit a piece, contact User:F4r. This page contains all articles from the current year. Here are links to all articles from past years:


Friday, 30th of March

POTW Bepsi.jpg Bepsi N icon.png /n/
Build: 185cm, 80kg
Player Skills: S04, S07, S08, S10, S12, S24
Playing Style: Target Man
Divegrass can be an exhausting activity -- and when the need to just kick back from drills and practices, well, kicks in? Forget protein shakes, forget energy drinks, and forget all the rest of that gay shit -- what you really need is a fresh can of Bepsi! An /n/ mainstay, Bepsi has been on the team since Winter 2015: first as a starting CMF, and then working its way up the field -- in fact, it's now /n/'s gold striker! Aided by a peppy goalhorn and a propensity to score in the most opportune moments, this unlicensed-copyright-in-a-can has wriggled its way into the hearts of /n/ fans and ordinary viewers alike. Even if it's not the most prolific, it's certainly the most memorable -- so if you're feeling like celebrating /n/'s run to the Third Place Trophy with them, why not stop by your local WacDonalds and get a Bepsi with your fries?

Just be careful they don't give you a Cole instead.


Wednesday, 15th of August

POTW Shia LaBeouf.jpg Shia LaBeouf Fa icon.png /fa/
Build: 175cm, 80kg
Player Skills: S18, S22, S28
Playing Style: Build Up
Creatures of the woods that /an/ are, even they were not prepared—for who possibly could be?— to challenge the undisputed king of the food chain—actual striker Shia LaBeouf himself! Except he isn't actually a striker: he's part of /fa/'s deep line of center-back benchers. But when /fa/ silver striker Fuccboi found himself suspended in advance of a critical match to determine /fa/'s Elite Cup fate, Shia's predatory instincts awakened, a stroke of fortune not unnoticed by /fa/ management, who, seeing the potential, positioned him as their impromptu replacement forward. To be sure, it was a strategy that drew the mostly unconvinced gazes of Cup viewers—until Shia LaBeouf gave his critics a SHIA SURPRISE by scoring a brace to keep /fa/ afloat. Though /fa/ will, in three months, yet see Autumn, it was Shia's heroic effort that made their survival, for a time, a genuine possibility.

Or, actually, I shouldn't say heroic effort. It was probably just a normal Saturday night for Shia LaBeouf.