Scout Notes

The Rodriguez fitness latest as unavailability issues harm Calvert-Lewin’s FPL output

Southampton 2-0 Everton

  • Goals: James Ward-Prowse (£5.8m), Che Adams (£5.8m)
  • Assists: Danny Ings (£8.5m) x2
  • Red Cards: Lucas Digne (£6.2m)
  • Bonus: Ward-Prowse x3, Ings, Adams x2

Southampton secured a convincing win over a poor Everton side that is perhaps beginning to buckle under the strain of injuries and suspensions.

Goals from James Ward-Prowse (£5.8m) and Che Adams (£5.8m), both set up by the Saints’ most popular Fantasy Premier League (FPL) asset, the 18%-owned Danny Ings (£8.5m), earned the home side a deserved victory.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team comprehensively outplayed the visitors, out-shooting them 12-6 and having three times the number of attempts on target (six to two).

Small wonder, then, that the coach was a happy man post-match:

I think it was overall one of our best performances.

There was nothing positive to be found from an Everton perspective, however.

Toothless Toffees

Much of the pre-match talk, at least in Fantasy circles, revolved around the health of Toffees midfielder James Rodriguez (£8.0m).

In the end, his now-legendary haematoma didn’t keep him from playing, but it might as well have done.

The 38.9%-owned playmaker was a peripheral figure for much of the game. Then again, that was one up on many of the visiting team as Carlo Ancelotti’s side struggled to deal with Southampton’s pressing, organisation and commitment.

The Colombian also seemed to be struggling towards the end of the match, with his manager saying:

I think we have to check in the next few days. He was tired at the end, he felt his muscle a little bit. But I don’t think it’s a big problem.

The most-owned player in FPL, Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£7.7m and 56.8%), had a terrible day. Starved of service, he managed only two penalty area touches and didn’t have a single attempt.

In fact, he touched the ball just 18 times all game. Only one player, Southampton midfielder Ibrahima Diallo (£4.5m), had fewer, with 14. But he was on the pitch for four minutes.

A booking added to his, and his owners’, woes. A decent enough short-term schedule should mean Calvert-Lewin’s one-pointer doesn’t lead to too many sales, although there are other reasons why investment in Everton assets is looking less appealing all in.

In Squad We Can’t Trust

The Merseyside derby dismissal of Richarlison (£7.8m) had an impact on the strength and balance of Ancelotti’s team on the south coast.

The Toffees have not won a single game without the winger in their squad since his move to the north-west and that unwanted record was extended on Sunday.

Alex Iwobi (£5.9m) filled in for the Brazilian and was hooked after 45 unconvincing minutes, while a second start of the season for Gylfi Sigurdsson (£6.9m) lasted 12 minutes longer but wasn’t much better, although the Iceland international did hit the bar with a long-range shot in the first half.

But the real problem came from a hamstring injury that denied the team the experience and expertise of Seamus Coleman (£5.0m) at right-back.

With three other defenders already on the injury list, that meant centre-half Ben Godfrey (£5.0m) shifting across to the flank. The experiment didn’t go well.

Hasenhuttl denied that his team targeted Godfrey:

No, it was a coincidence that we played more on this side. It’s more important that you’re dangerous on every side, flexibility is the key. We lured them a little bit and played through the lines.

But the reality spoke differently, with left-back Ryan Bertrand (£5.0m) finding himself much further forward than team-mate Kyle Walker-Peters (£4.5m) and creating three chances to the right-back’s nil.

Coleman’s absence also had an impact on Rodriguez, who was forced that much deeper and less central in a vain bid to provide some kind of help for Godfrey.

As if Ancelotti’s defensive problems weren’t already marked, Lucas Digne (£6.2m) dished out some more pain for his boss when he was shown a straight red card for a challenge, part frustration, part spite, on Walker-Peters in the 71st minute.

Hasenhuttl was not happy:

Yes. It was nasty. It looked like he tried to kick him first and then the stamp. It was a clear red card.

And neither was Ancelotti:

The red card was a joke, it was not intentional, for sure it was not violent. Maybe all this talk all week against Pickford, against Richarlison, affected the decision and if so it’s not right, it’s not fair. We will appeal, for sure.

Intentional or not, it ended in a nasty rake down Walker-Peters’ achilles. And unless that appeal succeeds, the 18.7%-owned Digne will not be in league action again until Gameweek 10 at the end of November.

In their current state, Everton can ill afford his absence, although it does throw up the intriguing possibility of budget FPL defender Niels Nkounkou (£4.0m) getting a game or three, with Fabian Delph (£4.9m) another candidate for the role.

But, just six games in, Everton’s squad is down to the bare bones in places and the loss of Digne is another potential short-term blow to Calvert-Lewin, given how much service the full-back provides from the left flank.

Saints Alive

Southampton are considerably less troubled in that department, with the one change to the side on Sunday forced by loanee Theo Walcott (£5.8m) not being eligible to play against his parent club.

Stuart Armstrong (£5.5m) filled in well enough, but it was the strike partnership of Adams and Ings that really caught the eye.

The former scored for the second straight Gameweek and has hauled in three of his last four starts, while Ings continues to show impressive consistency this season.

His first two assists of the campaign meant he’s produced attacking returns in four of the six matches to date.

In terms of value, the pair are ploughing remarkably similar furrows – the more expensive Ings is producing 4.6 points per million (PPM), the cheaper (but less productive) Adams 4.7 PPM.

They were both outshone, however, by midfielder Ward-Prowse, who scored his first goal of the season and took home the maximum bonus award for a double-digit haul.

The Saints’ next six fixtures are fairly favourable and the team as a whole is in a good place, with three clean sheets from their last four unbeaten matches.

That promotes investment in the side from front to back, whereas the opposite looks true for a threadbare-looking Everton squad.


Southampton XI (4-4-2): McCarthy;  Walker-Peters, Bednarek, Vestergaard, Bertrand; Romeu, Ward-Prowse, Armstrong (Diallo 86′), Redmond; Ings, Adams (N’Lundulu 89′). 

Everton XI (4-3-3): Pickford; Godfrey, Mina, Keane, Digne; Doucoure (Gordon 58′), Allan, Sigurdsson (Delph 58′); Rodriguez, Iwobi (Bernard 45′), Calvert-Lewin. 

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831 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Jet5605
    • 6 Years
    1 month, 2 mins ago

    Hey guys, Ings and Jimi give me pretty steady returns. Should I trade them for Kane and Bamford for a hit (assuming Kane hauls big tonight) or keep? 1 FT and 0.2 ITB. Other option is to upgrade Egan

    McCarthy
    Konsa - Saiss - Mitchell
    Salah - Son - Bruno - Grealish
    Ings - DCL - Jimi

    Steer - Soucek - Taylor - Egan

    1. Van der Faart
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Team is solid. I'd upgrade Egan but might have to deal with being burned every so often by a Kane/Bamford explosion

      1. Jet5605
        • 6 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        I'm hoping Kane may have to share points with Bale (and Son) going forward. Hard to see Bale not starting and getting amongst the points. Leeds have a tricky run of games but Bamford does look dangerous and worries me a bit

        1. Gabbiadini
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          I agree and Son is more value for money for points output. I am happy to ride with no Kane.

    2. Gabbiadini
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Big big no. I am an Ings and Jimi owner in a 2 st formation, hold.

  2. JoeJitzu +42
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    29 days, 23 hours ago

    Got 4.5m burning hole in my pocket.

    A. DCL to Kane
    B. Jimenez to Kane
    C. Barnes to KDB
    D. Other

    Martinez
    TAA Saiss Keane (Mitchell Dunne)
    Salah Son Grealish Foden Barnes
    Jimenez DCL (Brewster)

    1. DAZZ
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Need Kane desperately

  3. Jdpz
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      McCarthy, Nyland
      TAA, Tierney, Konsa, Justin, Taylor
      Bruno, Son, JRodriguez, Podence, Bissouma
      Kane, Ings, DCL

      1ft., 1.6M in the bank

      What to do?

    • DAZZ
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      What would you do here 1FT and 0.8ITB

      Mccarthy
      TAA Semedo Justin
      Salah Son Grealish Podence
      Jiminez Kane DCL
      (nyland, taylor, bissouma, mitchell)

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        people probably won't like this suggestion but if I were a DCL owner with 0.8 itb I would be considering him to Ings.

        1. DAZZ
          • 6 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Is that not an unnecessary risk considering DCL is above 55% ownership?

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            depends how you play the game and to what risk because a move like this could put you ahead of the pack.

      2. JoeJitzu +42
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Podence and DCL to Zaha and Bamford for -4??

        1. DAZZ
          • 6 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Losing DCL a risk no?

    • Jet5605
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      I missed Villa getting pumped on Friday. Are there concerns about their defence and Grealish or do we think it was a blip?

      1. DAZZ
        • 6 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Well they were never keeping up the unbeaten record let’s be honest. They’ll still finish bottom 7/8 IMO but Grealish is a good option

        1. Jet5605
          • 6 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Yeah and I think Leeds will do what they did to Villa to other teams too. If a team isn't up for it then Leeds can punish them with their energy and intensity

        2. LC1
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          This^

        3. Gabbiadini
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          yep bottom half. anywhere from 11th down.

    • ElliotJHP
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Early thinking
      A) James -> Dallas
      B) Barnes -> Grealish/Zaha
      C) Roll FT

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        I like Barnes to Zaha.
        People have been sleeping on him and his fixtures. as an owner, it is robbery that he has only risen 0.2.

        1. ElliotJHP
          • 8 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          I like Zaha too, was weighing up on wildcard. Pens and fixtures are good for a while.

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            last two fixtures have been favourable and scored points, likely to keep doing the same for the next 5 or so gw's.

            1. ElliotJHP
              • 8 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              Yeah Wolves away will be tricky though, I could wait a week to give me 2 FTs and assess then but Barnes has been disappointing

    • Gunner Boy
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Anything to change with this team? or keep and save FT?

      Martinez
      Saiis TAA Chilwell
      Son Salah Grealish Zaha
      DCL Kane Maupay

      subs: Steer Dallas Mitchell Bissouma

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        how much itb?

      2. JoeJitzu +42
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Save, team looks primed for points!

    • Bavarian
      • 2 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Hello.. what to do with 1ft and 0.0 itb?

      Martinez (Steer)
      Robertson-Saiss-Mitchell (Taylor-Dunne)
      Salah (vc)-Son-J.Rodriguez-Grealish (Bissouma)
      Kane (c)-Jimenez-DCL

      1. LC1
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Save.

        Lovely team.

        1. Bavarian
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Thanks mate, good luck to you

      2. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        looks solid. save.
        Dunne is the only :/ I see.

        1. Bavarian
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Thanks for the input, appreciated...

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            I have Dunne too and it's giving me a slight headache as Kilman looks an amazing option in a solid WOL defence.

    • fr3d
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Tempted to do a DCL->Antonio switch for a couple of weeks but moves like that never pay off

      1. Jet5605
        • 6 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Antonia tweaked something and went off early against City. Think he's getting a scan. I'd hold off until you know he's fine

    • Jet5605
      • 6 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Best Egan replacement? 5.1 budget.

      A - Coufal
      B - Ayling
      C - Zouma
      D - Other?

      McCarthy
      Konsa - Saiss - Mitchell
      Salah - Son - Bruno - Grealish
      Ings - DCL - Jimi

      Steer - Soucek - Taylor - Egan

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        I do like Coufal with WHU playing a 5atb and their fixtures turning.
        A lot of potential options so I am just guessing but R James may also be a good option... even though I traded him to Chilwell just the other week.

    • Dark Side Of The Loon!
      • 4 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      What would you rather have :

      1) Foden + TAA
      2) Son + 4.5 defender (KWP/ WHU def)

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        B every day.

      2. Tshelby
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        2 for me

    • Van der Faart
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      McCarthy
      TAA Coady Dallas
      Son Salah Poodence Pulisic
      Kane Adams DCL

      England Bavies Lamptey Bissouma

      1m ITB.

      TAA to Chilwell
      Pulisic to Penandes (-4)

      Yay or nay? Would like to ditch Podence too ut can probably hold for a week instead of taking a -8?

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Not convinced you need Fernandes at this moment in time.
        Would much prefer using that money to go Podence to Zaha.

      2. AgentRed
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        I like those moves but not for a hit. Also thin you might want to consider using some of the money to upgrade Davies or Adams at some point.

        1. Van der Faart
          • 8 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Have looked at upgrading Adams a couple of times but had other issues to sort, and hes returned in 3 of the last 4 games for me too

    • Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Gonna be an ongoing dilemma this week bar injury.

      A) James > Robertson
      B) Havertz > Fernandes

      1. Puntillimon
        • 5 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        A. Less nailed —> nailed.

      2. Zilla
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        B

      3. Ginola
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Can see why it’s a difficult decision, it has a long term impact on your team structure. Are you not able to wait do another move?

        1. Camzy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          I mean... I can. But I'd be floating that money another week. I think I'd rather commit this week.

          I'm leaning B. If James is dropped I'll have officially lost my patience and can do James > someone nailed next week (Zouma/Dallas/KWP etc.)

          1. Ginola
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            Makes sense to me. You’ll want Fernandes GW9 anyway and although I own Robbo think there are plenty of other cheaper alternatives.

            Those Havertz fixtures though, can easily backfire.

      4. Phil's Stamps
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        A

    • Reyson
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      come on maupay, save my gw please!

    • Pukkipartyy
      • 1 Year
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      So is Bamford now the next must have?

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        nope, he was a "must-have" before too apparently.

    • Tshelby
      • 5 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Chances of Bavies starting? Yes I still have Bavies in my team. Got KWP as first sub

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        wouldn't see why he would.

        1. Tshelby
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Great! Now if only I could get rid of him..

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            must. he's clearly 2nd choice.

    • AgentRed
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Which midfielder up to 8.6m would you bring in for Reed? Was set on J.Rod but worried about Everton next couple of weeks with Richarlison and Digne absences.

      a) JRod
      b) Zaha
      c) Other

      McCarthy
      Saiss-TAA-Justin
      Son-Salah-Grealish-Soucek
      DCL-Kane-Wilson

      Taylor, Reed, Ferguson

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Zaha.
        Could go close to the most points over the next 5 gws.

    • dbeck
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      2FT and not sure where i should be look, something passive like Johnstone to Ryan or go for something a tad more aggressive in trent down and brewster to Antonio (scan news depending) or Werner to Kane

      Johnstone (Button)
      TAA Saiss Dallas (KWP, Mitchell)
      Son Sterling Mo Grealish Soucek
      Werner DCL (Brewster)

    • Van der Faart
      • 8 Years
      29 days, 23 hours ago

      Is Aubameyang turning into Ozil? Signed the lovely big contract and done nothing since.

      1. Gabbiadini
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        as in the prospect of being frozen out of the club?

      2. Joey Tribbiani
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Its not like hes not trying, could have gotten points last night

        • Hazz
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Same as Willian. They know how to pick 'em!

      3. IRBOX ⚽
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Total captaincy points: 50
        Just awful. Good selections too.. Auba, Auba, Werner, KDB, Jimenez (outscored Salah), Salah. Anyone worse?

        Even 1-2 captaincy hauls would have me top 100k, instead lingering at 880k

        1. dbeck
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          same here pal, only nailed one captain (Werner last week), rest has been awful

        2. GloryManUnited
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          29 days, 11 hours ago

          Not good selections if the outcome was poor. LOL the logic is comical

      4. Lev Yashin
        • 8 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        2FT's to use and abuse:

        Martinez, Steer
        Robbo, Regulion, Chilwell, Lamptey, Dallas
        Salah, Son, Pulisic, Grealish, Bissouma
        Kane, DCL, Brewster

        0.2m ITB

        Any suggestions?

        1. dbeck
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Puli to Zaha and float?

          Or go to Kai

      5. Mr.K
        • 6 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        I'm at the spot where I should decide whether to look into bringing KDB in or not. Meaning I have two free transfers and 2.6M in the bank, so I could for example do a Podence -> Foden or some other similar upgrade, but that would mean no KDB for the near future. I have already wildcarded a couple of weeks ago and that point felt leaving out KDB is a risk worth taking and so far it seems to have worked. I still feel he's probably not worth the price tag this season. Am I being delusional?

        1. Konstaapeli
          • 4 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          He's frustrating to own right now. I wouldn't hurry bringing him in.

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            I had KDB and traded him to Sterling when he was injured.
            However, he'll go on a run sooner than later and I'll definitely be wanting him in for that.

            1. baps hunter
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              Maybe, but we need to something from them before. I want to be able to jump onto that train, but not to wait weeks on the station before it starts.

        2. baps hunter
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Man City has struggled. That may continue with Aguero injured/not in form and no David Silva. I wouldn't worry about him, but perhaps try something more maverick. Whu has decent fixtures soon and perhaps you could do something elsewhere?

        3. Mr.K
          • 6 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Thanks all for comments! I am inclined to agree with... well, everyone. I DO think he'll go on a run sooner than later and I guess the main question really is how soon is sooner and when will he get back in form and start scoring points regularly. Think I'll go not spend all my bank and keep this in mind, but won't be jumping in yet either. City has indeed struggled and although it's unlikely it will continue for very long, I think it's entirely realistic that thinking about this in five weeks would have brought me no regrets. And yes, it's also entirely realistic that KDB will score double digits next week.

      6. PocketZola
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        bamford, zaha or antonio?

        1. Bury94
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Antonio

        2. Gabbiadini
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          zaha without doubt.

      7. Bury94
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        I pray to the FPL gods that Kane blanks tonight

        1. Gabbiadini
          • 3 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          amen.

        2. Konstaapeli
          • 4 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Monster haul incoming!

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            I think Burnley will be better than what is being made out.

        3. farmerfat
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 5 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          I been praying since 2014

      8. Bubz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        This season is hard bloody work. Really need a Kane(c) hatty assisted by Son tonight to get me back into a respectable rank

        1. Flair
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Lmao the contrast between this and the comment above

          1. Bubz
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            I hope the fpl gods ignore the above comment

            1. Bury94
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              Don't worry, they will

      9. Flair
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        29 days, 23 hours ago

        Darren Wiles with NINE points this GW with three to play and no captain, same guy with 3 top 1000 finishes in the last 4 seasons... Damn!

      10. Jdpz
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Podence to Diogo Jota?

          1. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            no.

        • Steve The Spud
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Kane hatrick tonight and all of a sudden this start to the season hasn’t been so bad!

        • TheCurseOfRaheem
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 7 Years
          29 days, 23 hours ago

          Anyone got a worse back 5 than me?

          TAA, James, Justin, KWP, Mitchell

          1. Konstaapeli
            • 4 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            nope.

          2. dbeck
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            3 out of 5 cleans this week, surely that's good

            1. TheCurseOfRaheem
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              Yeah, just look like awful picks going forward!

              1. Gabbiadini
                • 3 Years
                29 days, 23 hours ago

                ?
                All good picks apart from Justin who may get replaced by Pereira soon.

          3. Gabbiadini
            • 3 Years
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            I think a lot definitely would with no 'Pool

        • Jdpz
            29 days, 23 hours ago

            Is Diogo Jota nailed?

            1. Gabbiadini
              • 3 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              not when Thiago returns.

            2. baps hunter
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              Hardly yet

            3. Jordan.
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 10 Years
              29 days, 23 hours ago

              hope not, for me he knocked about 5 of the team out of their comfort zone ,come on jurgen sort it out ,not like anything was broken...