Discussion in 'football' started by Lazy Llama, Jul 12, 2017.
Yeah, just double checked and that's a page I found... from 2014
missed that completely!
I'm pleased that the board has kept me post and given me the chance to rebuild the squad .
Oh yeah, that too
Most weeks your considerations left me reeling and clear in the knowledge I was a child playing an adult's game
Alexander-Arnold England news today reminded me that if there had been a little less rotation in the Liverpool team, he would have been on the list for me too. Robertson as well.
Congrats by the way, sort of forgot to congratulate you before because I think I already said well done a few weeks before the end.
I dont know enough about football globally to play the world cup fantasy if there is one. I think I signed up to euro 2016 fantasy but had no idea what I was doing so didnt end up following it at all.
I still dont know that much about english football really, just what I need to play fantasy. Would someone with a clue care to guess whether todays news about Allardyce and Moyes means the probable end of them in the premiere league? I never seem to be short of managers to dislike from a vague impression of what they might be like as people and what they offer (or fail to offer) for fantasy football. So I'm inclined to think good riddance to Pardew, Moyes, Allardyce, Pulis, and very much from a fantasy points perspective was not sad to see failing Koeman go or Wenger forced out. Van Gaal didnt exactly set my world on fire in previous seasons either lol. Wont mind seeing Pochettino somewhere else either, the limits to spurs ambitions can be tedious for fantasy football fans to navigate too, not just fans of that team! Actually that might be rubbish since limits to ambitions helps reduce squad rotation potential and I was just moaning the other day about more spurs defender rotation this season.
They will probably both get save us please pleas around Christmas and get half season gigs again .
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