Well in todays case, Liverpools defence has looked quite dodgy all pre-season so tonight was not a shock. I wasnt going to have 2 Liverpool defenders as a result of pre-season, but I bottled that decision in the final hours before the deadline and will now pay the price. I did have Salah as captain though so I'm pretty happy so far.Ok, seriously, what is it with the likes of Liverpool and City battering a team by scoring a hatful while still managing to concede at least one clean-sheet-ruining goal?
I swear to God, it's almost like they do it on purpose.
Too early to tell, since Agueros lack of pre-season always made him a big risk for week 1.Jesus would be a starter in any side but Aguero too expensive to keep if Pep is going to pull this bullshit all season.
I knew he'd had Copa America games but thought it's best to have him from the start anyway. Salah made me pay for that foolishness.Too early to tell, since Agueros lack of pre-season always made him a big risk for week 1.
But yeah, beyond that there were already signs last season that rotation would end Agueros 'must have' fantasy status. Sterling has neatly taken that crown I believe, with a smooth transition at least!
I was so unimpressed with most defensive displays in pre-season, and so in need of funds to use elsewhere, that I ended up with a Brighton goalkeeper and defender. I didnt expect them to keep a clean sheet, and I remembered what happened to people who put 2 Brighton defenders in their team for a double gameweek last year. I was just hoping Duffy would score or assist, and that Ryan would pick up some points for saves made.How can neither Liverpool or Spurs keep a clean sheet at home to a newly promoted side??
I know, I probably should have seen this coming.