If you are stuck trying to either hum the tune or figure out who in the heck I am jabbering about, then you also probably didn’t get a holiday greetings card. The return of Philippe Coutinho is just in time for Red’s fans, and more in time for fantasy owners and Sadio-mane boosters. One comes in, the other is playing with his feet on another continent. Philly returns after a seven week layoff, and to our approval a .6m cheaper price tag. Both fantastic for you as an 8.2 option rather than a 8.8 one. Where he fits into the hierarchy of midfielders for the week will be more determined as Klopp let’s out more info then that he is fit and practicing. So my advice in the matter is if you are cash poor and need the high scoring Liverpool midfielder affect then by all means grab him at a discount. I personally would wait a week and see how he is deployed and used with the other pieces on the pitch. I think a lot of people are disregarding how much Sadio Mane opens up that offense with his speed and skill. He is going to be missed and some shifting of tactics are sure to follow. Coutinho’s ownership currently is also a factor for him to be grabbed now for the opportunity, his ownership is stated at 14% on the official site, but in reality if we use all the tools of great internet sites it actually sits at 2% and rising slightly. So the differential is there. Price is there. Time and match fitness may not be. Besides one week isn’t going to break ya. Happy transferring this week, cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
It isn’t a matter or who, it is a matter of how many. Indulging in a salary cap league is the hardest itch to scratch. It is almost like you have constant Alopecia rashes and are fiending for a longer stick to scratch your back. The strain of contention I am basically going over here is the striker combination or combinations. To me, it is a three-headed beast comprised of Zlatan, Diego, and Aguero. The latter of the two coming back from their retrospective suspensions and are now on the docket for ownership. The Aguero one has been gone over dozens of time by hundreds of fantasy experts. he is a must own player who offers what most can not. The problem now is that the other two, Zlatan and Diego, may be the best bang for your buck combo going. That is who I am advising you to go with… There is no wrong answer here because we all manage our own teams and have history with such and such a player and go by our own instincts. But the numbers and form are completely in Costa and Iobra’s favor, over bring in the 12.8 Kun. Goals in quantity are there and the run of games are in their favor. So go with the European duo instead of dipping into the warm waters of the South American. Now that the forwards are out of the way, let’s get to the other musings and stylings of the FPL transfer world.Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you are looking around like you stole something, and you basically haven’t done anything, don’t fret, you are amongst friends and in a safe place. The week that happened, albeit an outlier based on it being midweek, was a weird and special week for everyone. We all knew that Adam Lallana was going to go off (because I told you as such). We even knew that Hazard was going to miss it two days before hand, once again a proclamation made by your’s truly. I do get more wrong then I do get right though… but we don’t have to bring up old stuff just to make me look stupid. We are past the sweet sixteen party and now are on to the young season getting it’s driver’s license. So your insurance rates are going up because kids can’t drive for pooh. But let’s concentrate your attention on the other side of the analogy, Week 17 of the FPL. Most importantly, the transfer ideas and some strategy for the upcoming weeks. It’s fun thinking about more then one week, when they are more then two days apart. So after this week, it won’t feel like you have fantasy diarrhea and have to go change stuff every other second. So get comfy as I am about to wax poetic on some stuff. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
The good thing is that the turn around for footie is minute. The bad thing is that the news in-between and the set-up preparation for it is slim. Very little room for error. Especially when it comes to transfers. With all teams basically playing two games in 72 hours time, it sets up for an interesting roster lock on Tuesday at 1:45PM EST. Questions surround almost everyone’s roster. Will Sadio Mane get a ban for his actions, will Man City wake back up without Kun, what defenses do you trust for a clean sheet? All legitimate questions. I usually have all the answers, but for now, I am just like every other average Joe and waiting for news on stuff. But what I do know is who to target transfer-wise based on match-ups, form, and just basic drunken guessing. So hang right here for the rushed FPL Week 16 transfer targets and ideas. Good Luck and cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
With extra money breeds repetition. The allotment of funds and dispersal of them now that the 13m from Aguero is off the table leads to limited amounts of viable directions for FPL owners to go. Some view it as a windfall for their teams now that he is off the payroll, but is it really? His price and the money devoted to him makes owners have to scrimp in other areas like midfield, especially. Now they don’t. Everyone will be owning Harry Kane and Diego Costa for the foreseeable month as they can now fit both players in and maintain a respectable team through the midfield. This is what Transfer Tuesday is all about. Talking stuff out or reading it in this case, to try and formulate the best possible tact for the next match week or weeks. So my first piece of advice is that you sorta have to go the Kane Diego route to keep up with the Fantasy Jonses’ so to speak. You will be at a significant disadvantage if you don’t as they are the best forward options going. So if you don’t already that is your first pawn move of the week. Stay here as we get into the rook and horsey looking piece move in the Week 15 FPL transfer Tuesday chess game. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welp, the news is smattered across the interwebs and since we were all glued to our computers for Cyber Monday, we all know the news: Philippe Coutinho is set to miss an extended amount of time with a footie, footie injury. Technically it’s an ankle injury, but the double footie thingy was way too tempting to not at least attempt. The man who spells his name with one L and two P’s instead of the traditional Norwegian double L and solo P has gone down and taken his 40.3% ownership, and shrinking, down with him. He will be missed as a total fantasy asset and while some of us, mostly Liverpool fans, think this is the worst thing to happen since unsliced bread, I think this is actually a swoon to everyone who is in the know and down for diversifying. The best part is that he is in the top-15 overall in price, so from the grabbing anyone you want perspective. you can grab anyone you want. Whether that be staying on the Liverpool theme and going to a Firmino or trusting that Lallana will be healthy and fantasy trustworthy. The second is that we can move into a direction of diversity and add someone who isn’t so widely owned. Screw this template garbage. So breathe deep, don’t make rash decisions as there are Cup games today and tomorrow, to help with some perspectives. But before they kick off, here are some tidbits of delusion from your’s truly…enjoy.Please, blog, may I have some more?
As per the usual here on Transfer Tuesday, we touch on the buys and to keep in touch with my N-Sync fans, the Bye, Bye, Byes. Well, the Baggies are the focus this week as they went on a scoring barrage this Monday and netted four goals. The interesting thing that screams out about those four goals are the values and ownership differentials that are smattered all over their starting XI. Last week, I discussed Chris Brunt as a solid add, and while he didn’t make the core sheet in any form, he did net you a cool CS and minutes. The focus this week is mostly on fellow midfielder teammates Matt Phillips and James Morrison. Every week, a new 5.5 and under target pops up and now it is their turn. Phillips is on the docket with back-to-back double digit affairs, and after he went down in price last week do to the amount of drops. Morrrison is just returning to real form after a brief hiatus at the injury fairies Swiss ski chalet. The Lizard King has goals in consecutive games for the first time since the last time he did it. At 4.6 price, he allows a further downshift in saved dollars in the inevitable game for everyone to get Kane, Aguero and Costa into their lineups. Which would be kind of interesting, and if anyone has a team pic of that I would wanna see it. So both Baggies midfielders are owned in less then 1% of leagues and take on one of the Leagues worst next week in Hull. So there’s that. Let’s see what else is hopping on the good foot and doing the bad thing in the transfer department. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
I wanted to pause a day and reflect on the past week and the UCL games that were played on Tuesday, to at least get halfthe goods on FPL teams and it’s players. I am glad I waited, because I changed the focus of my opening paragraph from The Dukes of Hazard to Ilkay Gundogan. A wise and more cost-friendly move for the FPL universe. While bringing in Hazard is probably the mainstream move. it doesn’t parlay into what the hidden gems and bargain-bin discounts of the Transfer post is all about. So by waiting the day, we got to see another example of the blossom that is Gundogan, netting 2 goals today in City’s defeat of Barca. At his current price of 5.5 and improved form and contribution to the City build-up, he is now in the category of Etienne CapWho? Yeah, exactly. He shouldn’t be rostered anymore, and funds should be shifted anymore, or anyone else in that comparative 5.5 and down price point, minus Joe Allen. So if you don’t or haven’t even looked at Ilkay this week and are considering a bolder named move, by all means be my guest. I myself am flying on the low-end theory and taking a ride on the Gundo train. They have Middlesbrough, Palace and Burnley in the next three. Yeah, looks like the post Halloween candy sale at the Walgreen’s with some fantasy flair. So here are the other ideas this week for transfers or baking recipes, good luck. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Double digits already, holy hell. Time flies when you have imaginary friends who you try and steer down the path of fantasy enlightenment. The only thing I like about it being Week 10 already is that it’s only got 28 weeks to go. But seriously, the things I really like about it is we are starting to see the burn and flash points of building an admirable FPL team. We are seeing who plays well with each other on their weekend play dates, and who has the look of fantasy pretenders. What I mean there is, that no one is trusting anyone from Hull or even Sunderland at this point and obviously feel comfortable enough to admit it to their friends. Well, the Transfer Tuesday post is all about making you comfy in your own skin and show off the fat girl, scooter or whatever your personal catching point for social awkwardness may be. So get comfy as your ole pal Smokey takes you down the relaxing aisle of FPL start of the week goodness. It’s transfer Tuesday, jump up and yell like Ric Flair at random strangers, WOOOOOOOO. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Like I said, it’s never a bad thing to have an investment value in an Arsenal player, namely defense. The upcoming fixture list is clearly in their favor. With matches against Swansea, Middlesbrough, and Sunderland on the upcoming list, it has to make your transfer button sweat. And by sweat, I mean of the jar of pickles in the sun kind of sweat. For those in the R&B tip and wanted me to reference Keith Sweat, I am sorry this week’s lede is all about the Gunners. Take a look at the player for Arsenal’s defense of note and regular playing time, Hector Bellerin is the most owned, most expensive and yet the second highest scorer. The person of value here I believe is that of Laurent Koscielny. Him of the £.3 variety cheaper, half of the ownership and nearly two more points per game average. Plus he has more of a chance to score a goal, as he has already nodded in two on the year’s campaign. So those in the sleepy variety will have Bellerin on their team, those on the come up will look at the Arsenal center man as the key piece and most likely highest priced addition to their squad in the next coming game wees. So with Week 8 upon all of us, let’s look at some other coming up players that I think could make a transfer darling for your squads. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?