If you haven’t noticed, I completely have retired the transfer day theory. This week’s accelerated schedule has landed your regularly scheduled program in a caffeine induced comma. It’s doctor has recommended continuous karaoke sessions, and a wrist band that entitles it to unlimited rides at the local carnival. So this week’s transfers come with alot of questions, because if you are reading this there are still games today. Games to drink to, games to stagger home from. So read responsibly is basically what I am saying. Friends don’t let friends transfer drunk, and yes smart guy buzzed transferring still counts. Enjoy the fixtures today and we will see you tomorrow as the shortened week continues and we roll toward the weekend fixtures of Week 15.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Feeling a little rushed? Well, the accelerated schedule this week give us three games in eight days for all clubs. That makes me happy, not only does it turns soccer into basketball or hockey, but even better, it’s the beautiful game and we should as much as possible. Just be heady that the short week will cause all type of physio nightmares for your projected line-ups, and we all know how close to the vest they keep these line-ups. So make sure you have viable bench options with zero injury concerns as filler for your starters, cause ya never can have enough playable talent. This week I am fully vested in taking advantage of plays against Hull and Leicester as both teams are scraping to get by and look nothing short of teams to get relegated right now. Enjoy the quick turn around and I will see you all tomorrow with Week 14 rankings.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Today is the first day of a busy stretch for anyone who plays FPL. 3 games in 8 days time, and it all starts with this week. Are you ready? No, me either. I am going to wear out the home row keys this week, invest in some cases of RockStar and just type goodness for you. Whether you like it or not you are going to be barraged with info, so much info that it will be coming out of your keyster. That’s the first time I have ever typed the word keyster, so if it isn’t spell-corrected, you know where to stick it. So enjoy the new week’s first fantasy pipe bomb of knowledge that we are dropping on you with the Week 13 transfer targets.Please, blog, may I have some more?
In a week that never seemed to end, from an EPL perspective, we finally have the unrivaled Transfer Tuesday. “It took me forever to get here” said Tuesday. The traffic and the international travel was very exhausting. So Tuesday’s from here until the end of time, we will look at some key transfers that either look good price-wise, or just look good from a match-up perspective. It’s usually a pick on the bottom three-fest from week-to-week, well, to be honest, that’s where you get the best chance to maximize on a crap team. The bottom three this year are turning into the bottom five very fast, as they have only managed to muster 14 points out of a total of 90. That my friends, and several enemies, is just not very good pitch-work for those clubs. So if you are torn between starting someone versus West Ham or Crystal Palace, for the joy of common sense please just read that stat that I so whole heartily researched. Enjoy the week to come as we jump back into the rankings and other fantasy EPL goodies through the week.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Transfer Tuesday is the first look of the week at who we are looking at early in the week for a multitude of reasons. Those reasons are based on team form, personal form, match-up and price. You factor all those things together, plus a nice cold pint, and you have your one free transfer of the week (or if you been having a few belts go crazy and lose the 4 points and do multiple). Who is going to judge you? It’s your team. Tell ’em all to go piss up a rope and scream from the mountain tops “I do what I want!”. So this week has some great fixture that should be great for fantasy purposes. The Southampton and Leicester, Spurs and Stoke and Arsenal and Swansea all look to have great scoring possibilities by all parties involved. Now if you are like me and like to exploit the weaker teams by stacking your team against them then have a read below, as I am all over West Ham this week as a clean sheet and multiple goal win by them looks possible. So have a look at the transfer ideas that grabbed my attention for the week of double ones.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s like Tuesdays with Morrie, but with Fantasy Soccer stuff involved. All dressed up in cool kits, and sparkly boots. The transfer time is always an important day of the week. It’s the first day that we preemptively get you geared up for the upcoming fantasy footsie week with some notes on early guys to look at. Yeah, I know, it’s too early in the week to be thinking about transfers, but this is a beginner stage to the week where we go through positional rankings, and the build-up to holding hands. Baby steps. Remember what my pappy always said: “Spooning leads to forking.” He was referencing a four-course meal, but secretly I was picking up what he was laying down. So some interesting top-tiered teams take on some bottom dwellers this week and that to me screams fantasy goodies. I am particularly looking for an underwhelming Arsenal side to date, hosting Burnley and Liverpool, then traveling to Newcastle. Both Arsenal and Liverpool have some overpriced guys based on year-to-date production, the key is finding the ones that will feature and who will improve play this week. So keep on doing what you are doing, that would be reading and checking out my early diatribe on who to keep an eye on this week for your transfer…Please, blog, may I have some more?
Transfer Tuesday. Transfer Tuesday. So if you’re new to the Razzball Fantasy EPL party, well technically we all are, Tuesdays going forward will be commingled garbage day covering Transfers and the upcoming week’s schedule. That first line is kinda ringing in my ear like I have Tinnitus. So grab your portable device find your favorite porcelain seat, and enjoy the transfer targets for the upcoming Week 9 of fantasy EPL. I am giving you all a look at who looks good, at the price they are, who is a bargain, and who is showing good form to grab on the cheap. Pinching pennies is all the rave nowadays. My grandma has one, and she is about as hip as Huey Lewis and the News. So enjoy my view from the weekly transfer window, or don’t. Please don’t throw rocks though, they hurt more than Tinnitus.Please, blog, may I have some more?