You heard it right sports fans.  No more international nonsense type stuff until Week 31.  Which if you have a calendar handy, isn’t until the middle of March.  Hooray for concentrating on the here and now for the FPL and the foreseeable future.  Also, on the funnier side of scheduling is that the first 11 game weeks took 87 days to complete, the next 11 will be done in a mere 47 days.  It is going to become a rush delivery, fantasy style.  The funny thing about the days is that regardless of 87 or 47, we still don’t have any clear staple team.  One that has so many intrical parts that we have to invest in to keep up with the so called Jonses’ of the FPL universe.  Questions still remain on the right in form triple of strikers, who and how many Spurs, Liverpool, or City midfielders we should roster and defensively where the differentials are grander, we maybe have one possibly two all-day, everyday options.  So the next 10-11 weeks that take us to the New Year’s day games will be a competitive balance of luck and skill.  So here are some post Int’l break transfer ideas based on the transfer ideas going down in the FPL universe, plus some common sense or totally nonsensical ones too.  Cheers!

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So do you like Fantasy Sports? Do you like soccer? Have you ever made a drunken bar bet and then been asked to not only justify your unjustifiable hubris, and then asked to actually come through and perform your favorite Nicki Minaj song in public?  Well, two outta three ain’t bad. … So, if you’re still with me, let’s see how a Novice fairs playing EPL fantasy soccer this season.  The pricing value scale will be as follows:

  • Buy. Just like with every new generation of the iPhone, you’re willing to wait in line to overnight to get this.  Full price be damned, this is worth it.
  • Grab. Lightning deal online. Get it now, the price won’t get better and it’s a good investment.
  • Avoid. This is that van that pulls up next to you at the gas station and says, ”Hey, wanna buy some speakers?” The answer is always no.     
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