It’s that time again my friends the first, well honestly it’s the early middle and late transfer ideas for the week. It is my one shot to sway you on a guy. This week the swaying is kinda tricky as 4 clubs don’t play this week, but two of them play twice in Week 28. Basically making them the first girl in your grade to “blossom” and get everyone’s attention on that first day back from school. It has happened to all of us. Lot’s of decisons this week, lots and lots. Do you transfer out to only transfer in or do you maintain for a week and hope you don’t get your doors blown off completely. These questions are easily answered, if you are losing more than £.4m of value on a player you stand pat and fill in where you can, except if they are Chelsea players than dump away. Use that money to but something nice and shiny. Speaking of shiny here’s some gems for this week in the Fantasy Premier League transfer idea department.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Forwards are the best, I don’t care what you say. Just revert through history. The guys who got all the attention, all the girls, all the glory are the guys who put the ball into the net. It’s where we get the most of our points, or at least the most points that are fun. No one remembers who passed Maradona the ball in the 1986 world cup versus England. You don’t have to know because it was the dude who scored it that mattered. These cats are of that same ilk, no they aren’t Maradona’s, but the scoring part is where the similarity ends. This week we have some have’s and a lot of sneaky plays that are very under-rostered for fantasy purposes. They are kind of a gamble, but that lead or the points that you’re behind don’t change for the better unless you do something about it. Here’s the forwards rankings for GW 26 in the FPL. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Defenders of the crown, the cohorts of clean, the haberdashers of fantasy footie. That was quite fun and I could probably throw ten more together if you want me to. We are finally back to a normal week of EPL football. It’s about time, but the weekend did give us some interesting FA cup action to wet our whistles. This week has Champions League goodness and the more soccer the better I always say. So back to the lecture at hand, we here at Razz-central are here to give you weekly rankings, daily fantasy advice and let’s face it we are here for fun and to have fun. So enough of these rub and tug type conversation let’s get to the meat and potatoes of the the week and do some FPL defender rankings shall we.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Ahhhh, week veintiseis you are a tough one to judge mis amigo. Lots of tough fixtures this week that pit good teams facing stout opponents at home. It’s also a fast turn around for the table leaders of Chelsea as the Champions league starts up again today. So keep that in mind for some last minute changes to your roster because there will be a lot of roster jostling, which if I am reading this right is the first cousin of shaken baby syndrome. Be heady, yet patient and my best advice for this week is wait as long as possible on your transfer(s) to try and feel some of the managers and gauge fitness of some chaps before Saturday kickoffs. As always good luck and cheers, it’s Transfer Tuesday!Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s the round of 16 in the UCL and all the heavy hitters are here. All the big clubs, all the big names, and all the big price tags in Mondogoal. We’re breaking away from our usual Premier League only focus and discussing Tuesday and Wednesday’s Champions league matches and the awesome contests on Mondogoal. Not familiar with all the players on all the teams, or the Mondo format? Not to worry you got us here to guide you to the winners circle. Speaking of the winners circle (Segway!..Segue) Mondo’s running a 30K championship and there are 6 entries up for grabs this week. So go ahead and signup here if you’re not already registered. I’m going to keep hammering this home until it sinks in, Mondogoal is the only Daily Fantasy Soccer site bringing you action on every relevant league in Europe and MLS. Do you need anymore than that? Oh there’s more, every week they’re running a ton of really great GPP’s including a $5 entry $100 prize pool for the UCL with only 22 contestants. Ralph and I have a few entries ourselves. So take a look at some of my Starts and Value plays below, and good luck!Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you are reading this then congratulations on being an addicted footie nut slash gambler. I say congratulations because that is a good thing. This isn’t something you are going to go to your corner grocer and stick up the place for some money to play daily fantasy. The best part is that now you can play through Razzball via Mondogoal, it’s a soccer dedicated site, that well, has me scratching my neck looking for my next fantasy soccer fix. This weekend they’re running leagues and contests for the FA Cup and with 8 games on the schedule all isn’t lost. The upstart teams still alive face the Premier league elite in battles for small town bragging rights and good ole fashion tomfoolery. This week I will focus on some value plays, some of the better can’t miss plays and finally a team that I am submitting on Mondogoal. So enjoy the games this weekend, and always root for the little guys unless you sport a scarf from the club you support and wear it everywhere you go. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Short week, breeds short abbreviated rankings. It could be worse, we could have just phoned it in and not done anything, completely ignored your question and completely shut down the Razzbol FC social media network. But we didn’t, so you’re in luck. Some key injury concerns this week and I am sure there will be a lot of Yaya Toure love on the wire, though I don’t think there is a remote chance he plays after playing the full overtime match against Ghana. So transfer wisely on the short notice week and any questions, we are always here to assist. When we aren’t helping old ladies cross the street of course.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s a fast one this week, so put some Bonnie Tyler on and keep turning around. Or you could just get totally eclipsed by the heart, which sounds like it’s for saps and suckers. This is footie no time to get all emotional and sappy. The week is quick and the next one after isn’t that much farther out, technically it’s only three days after. So you get one transfer this week, and for some, you will be looking to replace a fallen hero in Chuck Austin, and the rest of you are looking for the diamond in the rough that no one else is really using that will get you some points. Well I have some ideas, some are diabolical and don’t really involve soccer, fantasy or anything sport related. Lucky for you, I wrote down the transfer ideas first before I went on that endeavor. Enjoy the quick turnaround, and the rankings for Week 25 will follow later today. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. Sergio Aguero, Man City £12.7 (vs. Hull) – If I could rank him higher this week, I would. The laws of physics and the Justice League fan club of America strongly forebode it though. So we are stuck at one, which really isn’t bad because it’s where he belongs. See we have come full circle and we are still sort of friends. Hull has only 4 points taken in last 6 matches and allowed 11 goals in that period, and captain band starts here this week.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s a tough week for defenders. Some tough matches against equally tough opponents have totally neutralized my powers of defensive persuasion. Luckily, there are three fixtures that you can or should load up on, like your Noah and your roster is the ark. Two-by-two my friends. Abundance is bliss, excess is never enough. Okay, I am officially out of cliches that make sense. Anyways, the gist of what I am saying is if you have the capacity to load up on Chelsea, City, or Liverpool defenders, please by all means, do so. I don’t need to sign your permission slip, or drive you there just do it. Enjoy the rest of this week’s rankings and as always good luck.Please, blog, may I have some more?