United win first title in 26 years as Teddy tops the charts
Manchester United were the inaugural Premier League champions in 1993, while Tottenham's Teddy Sheringham netted 22 goals on his way to 90 Fantasy League points.
United, ably aided by keeper Peter Schmeichel and full-back Denis Irwin, kept 18 clean sheets and ended up beating Aston Villa by 10 points after Ron Atkinson's side faded towards the end of the season.
Tottenham finished down in eighth, but Sheringham was helped massively by some vital assists from wide man Darren Anderton.
Queens Park Rangers finished a very creditable fifth, with striker Les Ferdinand netting 20 goals in his way to 72 FL points.
Southampton midfielder Matthew Le Tissier was turning into a very valuable Fantasy League player, following up his impressive debut in the game with 67 FL points.
Leeds could not follow up their success from the year before, but midfielder David White did net 62 FL points as they finished down in 17th.
The Fantasy League team of the season in full was Schmeichel, Staunton, Kevin Moran, Colin Hendry, Irwin, Anderton, White, Andy Sinton, Le Tissier, Sheringham and Ferdinand.
- S Staunton
Aston Villa – 46
- K Moran
Blackburn - 43
- C Hendry
Blackburn - 42
- D Irwin
Man Utd - 67
- D Anderton
Tottenham - 42
- D White
Leeds - 62
- A Sinton
Sheff Wed - 43
- M Le Tissier
South'pton - 67
- T Sheringham
Tottenham - 90
- L Ferdinand
QPR - 72
Over the coming days, as we build up to the start of the 2011/12 Premier League season, we will be bringing you the team of the season from each of the 20 years we have been running.
To view our other 20th anniversary articles, click here.