This season us FPL addicts face the bleakest summer ever. There are no Euros. No World Cup. No Copa America. No Asia Cup. I guess we do have the Confederations Cup, but honestly, is that going to scratch your FPL itch on the beach while the kids pour sand on your head and bury you under a giant sand castle?
How about Fantasy MLS? FMLS is the second biggest non-premiership Fantasy Football game in the world, and the season opens on the 4th March (3rd March in US of A, 4th March in all points East). Yes, not long to go! It is the perfect way to us busy this summer. Continue reading
We witnessed Giovinco’s return but it was obvious he needs more fitness improvement. Other than that, game week 33 was a relatively straightforward round. Now to look forward to the last game week and the end of season party.
The Dream Team was dominated by Toronto. GoalMachine remained in Top 5 in the FFF League. Well done to ChorleyRocks and OldGoat with good scores and their progress. Continue reading
It wasn’t the happiest of starts in this short round. Many managers had Hairston in their teams and a lot of them captained him. An hour before the deadline the line-ups showed that he was missing! Continue reading
It wasn’t the most exciting start of this long round as most of the popular picks failed us all. Nevertheless things improved slightly in the latter stages. The Dream Team was DCU and Seattle. Quite a few in the FFF League reached and surpassed the 100 points mark. Continue reading
It was an ordinary round with not many surprises. More than half of the Dream team was shared between NYRB and NYCFC. Most of the managers in the FFF League did well and above the average score. Well done to GoalMachine and Gallow for holding in top 10. Continue reading
We take a look at who performed well last week and who to buy this week in MLS. Don’t forget it’s a Friday deadline this week. Continue reading
A huge double game week was a success for all managers who captained “37 points” Dos Santos, meaning most managers neared or crossed the 100 points mark. In our leagues GoalMachine remains in top 5 but sadly Gallow dropped out of top 10. Continue reading
It was a good round for most of the managers, although it wasn’t for me as I messed up by leaving Villa on the bench. The Dream Team was dominated by Dallas. GoalMachine moved up into the Top 5 and Gallow is still in Top 10. Well done to ChorleyRocks who is storming up with 83 points this week. Continue reading
It’s been said that playing MLS is being the equivalent of Apple’s chief accountant in Ireland. One week there is joy o’joy, and the next week it’s sad o’sad. While most managers who captained Gio are in the sad o’sad camp, we have GoalMachine and Gallow knocking back the joy o’joy as they retained their positions in Top 10. Even Secret Zorro had a good round with 63 points. Continue reading
The Dream Team was a mixture of players with Chicago and San Jose having two each, despite the number of teams with a blank game week. Continue reading
There weren’t many fireworks from the two favourite picks Giovinco and Lodeiro. The Dream Team was a mixture of different players with Seattle and Kansas standing out. GoalMachine and Gallow are still keeping their positions in Top 10. Well done to Zaid with the great score of 74 points. Continue reading
Yes the FPL is back and the excitement was enormous. But putting those 1-1s in context were the 34 goals in the MLS, including braces fromVilla, Finlay and BWP. Continue reading