Scout Notes

What Klopp said about Jota’s injury – and is Mane being unfairly overlooked in FPL?

We continue our Fantasy Premier League (FPL) Gameweek 12 Scout Notes with analysis of Liverpool v Arsenal.

For a briefer summary of Saturday’s action, click here, while you can read up on Manchester City v Everton and Tottenham Hotspur v Leeds United in more detail below.

Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal

  • Goals: Sadio Mane (£11.9m), Diogo Jota (£7.5m), Mohamed Salah (£13.0m), Takumi Minamino (£5.1m)
  • Assists: Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.8m) x2, Mane
  • Bonus: Alexander-Arnold x3, Mane x2, Alisson (£6.0m) x1

JOTA INJURY NEWS

Diogo Jota (£7.5m) found the net in Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Arsenal but took a blow to his knee in a second-half collision with Aaron Ramsdale (£4.8m), carrying on playing for 15 minutes before being replaced and heading straight down the tunnel at Anfield.

“Diogo went off and he got a proper knock on his knee – they went knee to knee, I think. Now we have to see how quickly that develops in the right direction and hopefully, it is nothing serious, that would be very important.” – Jurgen Klopp

We should get an update from Klopp on the player’s fitness on Tuesday, ahead of the midweek UEFA Champions League tie against Porto.

There will be plenty else on the fitness front for the Liverpool boss to discuss in his pre-match presser: Andrew Robertson (£7.0m) failed to recover from a hamstring injury for the thrashing of the Gunners, allowing budget defender Kostas Tsimikas (£3.9m) a start, while Divock Origi (£4.9m) missed out through illness.

Roberto Firmino (£8.8m) is expected to remain sidelined for a little while but Naby Keita (£5.0m) and James Milner (£4.9m) had previously been earmarked for a return this week, something that Klopp may have been hinting at in his post-match conference call.

“Some players have a little chance to come back for Wednesday, I think – that would be great. After that, step by step hopefully they can come back and then we have more players available, which is absolutely helpful when you play every three days.” – Jurgen Klopp

MORE OF MINAMINO?

Firmino’s injury is, of course, a big reason why Jota’s FPL appeal has increased heading into the winter calendar, given that the two have typically shared game-time in the centre-forward role of Klopp’s attacking trident.

But it’s still worth remembering that the Liverpool boss has other options he can turn to besides Jota as the Reds head into a packed schedule of nine league matches, two Champions League fixtures and one EFL Cup tie in the space of 40 days.

Origi and Takumi Minamino (£5.1m) found the net in Gameweeks 11 and 12 respectively, with the Japan international emerging from the bench against Arsenal to score within seconds of replacing Jota.

“You can’t imagine how happy I am with Taki, he is in an incredible moment and he was actually our solution for pretty much four positions to change, I think, because that’s how the squad looked. It was like he could have played first five positions – he could have played both eight positions and then all three up front. He is in a really good moment, you see that, he played for Japan in the international games and now he is here and very important for us. Everybody was so happy for him that he scored the goal. The way he played today reflects really good how he trains in the moment. He will have games, there is no doubt about that.” – Jurgen Klopp

It may be that starts for Origi and Minamino occur in the two ‘dead rubber’ Champions League ties over the next few weeks and in that EFL Cup quarter-final shortly before Christmas but Klopp does have previous for resting even his big guns in the league in December, with Mohamed Salah (£13.0m), Sadio Mane (£11.9m), Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.8m) and Robertson all occasionally warming the bench during recent festive fixture pile-ups.

The budget pair will, of course, come even more into the thinking when Salah and Mane leave for Cameroon in just over a month’s time.

MANE OVERLOOKED

There’s little left to say on the superlative Salah, whose goal on Saturday means that he has only blanked once in his 12 appearances this season and has already registered over two-thirds of the attacking returns that he managed in the whole of 2020/21.

There haven’t been nearly so many column inches devoted to Mane, however, despite the Senegal international sitting second (only to his runaway teammate) among FPL midfielders for points.

Mane’s goal against Mikel Arteta’s side means that he has delivered a goal and/or an assist in every home league fixture this season and yet his ownership sits at just 4.3% overall and 0.4% in the top 10k.

While no-one would advocate Mane replacing Salah in our sides, he has still been overlooked for that second problem premium position in most Fantasy squads.

Bettering Harry Kane (£12.2m), Romelu Lukaku (£11.5m), Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.4m), Jamie Vardy (£10.6m) and Son Heung-min (£10.4m) for overall points and points per match, the Senegalese winger also can’t be beaten by any of tat group for goals scored.

While he has perhaps been unfairly disregarded in the season to date, the ship may have sailed for now.

A Firmino-free Jota offers a saving of over £4.0m to the Liverpool attacking double-up, while Mane – along with Salah – will depart for the Africa Cup of Nations potentially as early as Gameweek 20 and could miss up to five league fixtures.

And owning one of Kane, Lukaku, Ronaldo or Vardy does mean that the premium forwards, as misfiring as they currently are, can be easily interchanged upon dips in form or fixture swings (eg Kane to Ronaldo in Gameweek 16).

The fixtures for Mane do remain positive, at least, until a departure for Africa towards New Year:

What Klopp said about Jota's injury - and is Mane being unfairly overlooked?

TAA MORE THREATENING THAN EVER

Alexander-Arnold’s phenomenal start to the season continued with a fifth double-digit haul in 10 appearances.

The right-back has now delivered just under half of the points he managed in the whole of 2020/21 (79 v 160) and is 27 points ahead of where he was in his best-ever campaign, 2019/20.

ALEXANDER-ARNOLD’S RECORD AFTER GAMEWEEK 12 IN PREVIOUS SEASONS
SeasonGoalsAssistsClean SheetsPointsPoints per match
2018/19026515.1
2019/20142524.3
2020/21011242.4
2021/22166797.9

The England international almost scored himself from open play on Saturday, later banking two assists, and his rate of goal attempts (2.0) and penalty box touches (2.5) per match is better than in any of his previous seasons. Simply put, this might be the most threatening incarnation of Alexander-Arnold we’ve even seen – something the player himself alluded to after the game:

“I’m feeling good out there, playing with freedom. I’m finding myself in positions that I haven’t previously found myself in and I’m being able to hurt the opposition.” – Trent Alexander-Arnold

ARSENAL OUTCLASSED

Owners of Arsenal players wouldn’t have been expecting too much from the trip to Anfield and, despite a spirited first-half display, the Gunners were shown up to be what they currently are: an improving side but ultimately one that is a class below Klopp’s troops.

“We competed really well in the first half – they had their moments, we had our moments. We were really compact and used the ball in the right way to create some situations. We had a goal disallowed and then we conceded a goal from a set play. In the second half, when we had to build some momentum and start to grow [into] the match, we threw it away in the first 15 to 20 minutes.

“They were better than us for 90 minutes and that’s the level. They’ve been together for six years and today you could see the difference in the moment that we lost control of the game.

“At the moment, they are better than us.” – Mikel Arteta

A much more favourable test awaits the north Londoners in Gameweek 13, with a Newcastle side who have yet to keep a clean sheet in 2021/22 up next. No club has conceded more Premier League goals or ‘big chances’ than the Magpies, whose defensive deficiencies were again in evidence against Brentford despite the change in manager.

The likes of Emile Smith Rowe (£5.9m), Bukayo Saka (£6.3m) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£9.9m), who wasted the visitors’ only real clear opening of the game, will get a great chance to get back to scoring ways, then, although the prospects of Nuno Tavares (£4.3m) keeping his place at left-back may have taken a hit after a poor display on Merseyside.


Liverpool XI: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Thiago (Morton 84‘), Fabinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain (Henderson 77’); Salah, Jota (Minamino 76‘), Mane.

Arsenal XI: Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tavares; Saka, Partey (Elneny 84‘), Lokonga (Maitland-Niles 54’), Smith Rowe; Lacazette (Odegard 66‘), Aubameyang.


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259 Comments Post a Comment
  1. NateDog
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 23 hours ago

    What are people's thoughts on best keepers for the next while? I've been happy to have Sanchez so far but I'm not too keen on holding him looking at their next batch of games. But looking at other options up towards 5m I don't really see anyone that has a great fixture run or that looks like they'll keep many clean sheets (on paper at least). Guaita has a decent run but they were a mess at the back on Saturday, I don't trust Ramsdale and fixtures are a bit mixed, Leeds and Wolves have awful runs coming up. Should I just hold? Seems a bit wasteful to move him for other options that don't look like obviously better options by any means especially when Brighton normally post good defensive stats.

    1. NateDog
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 23 hours ago

      Darn it this is like the third comment in a row that I've gotten top of the page

    2. Bobby Digital
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 23 hours ago

      I might go Ederson in a couple of weeks

    3. JONALDINHO
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 23 hours ago

      If your picking a Gk fixtures shouldn’t really be a factor as you’d be holding them for the long term. For me Ramsdale is the best option as he has both clean sheets and save potential. I’d expect Arsenal to keep more clean sheets than Brighton / Palace over the full season too.

      1. Bobby Digital
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        I always look at fixtures when picking a keeper. Long term fixtures, but still.

      2. G B
        • 10 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        GK points don't fluctuate that much over fixtures anyway.

        In the harder games they get more saves, and in the easier games they get more CSs.

        On average, a keeper gets half his points from saves, and half from CSs, so it actually works out as pretty even returns over all types of fixtures.

    4. Holmes
      • 8 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Ramsdale is showing good save potential though which cant be seen in GKs around his price. Over long stretch, I dont think fixtures will matter much since every GK is going to have a difficult games over that period.

    5. G B
      • 10 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Ramsdale has my full confidence.

      I don't judge him or Arsenal too much against Liverpool, they are at a different level. But his performance was once again top drawer, so I'm confident he'll get saves and Arsenal will pick up CSs here and there.

      I like his high ceiling.

      1. G B
        • 10 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        I'd probably keep Sanchez in your position though, probably not worth a transfer...

    6. mentaculus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Had Sá since GW4, pretty happy with him overall but was always going to switch GW15 & Ramsdale is still top of my list I think

    7. NateDog
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Cheers all, lots of good points made. Maybe I will go with Ramsdale then.

  2. Bobby Digital
    • 4 Years
    9 days, 23 hours ago

    Son or Mane?

    1. mentaculus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Mané. I got Son in early (pre Man Utd) & always wanted to switch to Mané after Norwich but I'm considering doing it early for a hit. Seems to me like Spurs' awful midfield is going to hold back Son & Kane for a while yet, and Mané is the only other (beside Salah) reliable premium atm

    2. AC/DC AFC
      • 6 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Mane is tempting if you have the cash.

    3. Weak Become Heros
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Son because Jota is an option for considerably less.

    4. Cok3y5murf
      • 5 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      That's easy, neither

  3. davies
    • 7 Years
    9 days, 23 hours ago

    Not ideal, but necessary for future plans…

    A) Livramento > Cancelo

    B) Foden > Jota

    1. Bobby Digital
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 23 hours ago

      A

    2. Weak Become Heros
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      A

  4. Steve The Spud
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 23 hours ago

    Antonio and sarr > benteke and jota for a -4?

    1. XX SMICER XX
      • 3 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Wait on Jota injury news

  5. Cheeky Onion
    • 4 Years
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    What to do with this lot? 1 FT - 0.7 ITB - WC still available

    Sanchez
    TAA - Rudi - Cancelo
    Salah - Son - Havertz - Raph
    Antonio - Armstrong - Toney

    Foster - Veltman - Livra - Brownhill

    Thinking Havertz + Veltman > ESR/Gallagher + James (could take a hit or spread over 2 weeks)

    Would like to replace Antonio, but there aren't many forwards I fancy at the moment

  6. XX SMICER XX
    • 3 Years
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    Who to bench:

    A. Mbeumo (EVE)
    B. Cornet (TOT)
    C. Raphinha (bha)

    1. AC/DC AFC
      • 6 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      A

  7. DagheMunegu
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    I still have the WC. Would you play it ? Or just use my only ft. If so what would you do ? 0.5 itb

    Sanchez
    TAA Cancelo Rudiger James
    Salah Raphina Foden Havertz Jota
    Toney

    Steele Antonio Livra Perica

    1. Bobby Digital
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      I'd take Havertz out for Gallagher

    2. Cammick
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      i say use it the weekend before the next wildcard in January , that way you have the 2nd wild card for a rain days

    3. Miniboss
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Defo no need to use wildcard yet. If you're itching for transfer, Havertz to Jota/BSilva/ESR should do the trick (after mid-week games of course)

  8. JONALDINHO
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    What was the score needed to qualify for the FFS cup?

    1. Holmes
      • 8 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Probably going to be same as LMS score, so 58

      1. Holmes
        • 8 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        could be higher than that but unlikely to be lower

    2. mentaculus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Oh so theres no draw/fixtures for 1st qualifying round, just a safety score..? Should be safe with 71 right?

  9. winchester
    • 1 Year
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    Hey lads! Have 1.1m itb and 1ft. what would the best moves be here? Cheers.

    ramsdale
    taa - cancelo - james
    salah - raphinha - gallagher - son
    antonio - vardy - hwang

    (foster - duffy - livra - luiz)

  10. Diddi89
    • 4 Years
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    2FT, 20k rank and still holding on to Wildcard.
    Team 4-5-1

    Sanchez
    TAA, CANCELO, JAMES, WHITE, Livramento

    SALAH, JOTA, FODEN, GALLAGHER, ESR

    KANE, antonio, Perica

    A. Kane/Jota/antonio out > Auba/ Mane/Hwang in -4p. Be aggressive for the GW.
    B. Livramento/Antonio/Perica out > Reguilon/pukki/hwang in for -4p but bench boost.
    C. 2FT what to do?

    Maybe activate Wildcard in GW 15/16

    1. mentaculus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Not too sure about the Auba/Hwang combo, but I like Kane -> Mané in principle

    2. Geriatric Unathletic
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Well done and GL going forward but, how the heck have you managed to get where you are if contemplating them moves, lol.

      1. Diddi89
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 20 hours ago

        By making right moves.
        As I have wildcard in my pocket, the idea is a shortterm team for say 2-3 GW. As Arsenal host Newcastle, a chance for auba to haul next GW and Mane speak for itself.

  11. Colonel Shoe 肝池
    • 10 Years
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    Worth doing bilva to jota?

    1. Ajax Hamsterdam
      • 7 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      B SILVA has been doing really well i wouldnt personnally. i am considreting him myself.

      1. Ajax Hamsterdam
        • 7 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        actually i m 0.1 short so have missed the opportunity 🙂

    2. Baps hunter
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      If Jota is fit, I am a bit more worried now than earlier.

      1. Colonel Shoe 肝池
        • 10 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        About his fitness or not owning him

    3. Flair
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Yes, Jota is an amazing asset.

    4. Maverick 11
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Is he an amazing asset though? Never get a bonus point, always misses sitters! I will be paying the extra cash for mane and going cheap up front

      1. Wild Rover
        • 11 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        You make it seem so simple. £4.4m is a huge amount to strengthen elsewhere.

      2. Maverick 11
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Just don’t think Jota is a great asset, I’ll probably get him when the 2 main guys go to AFCON but not for now I don’t think

        1. GreennRed
          • 10 Years
          9 days, 22 hours ago

          Needs plenty of chances to score but a decent price for a Liverpool attacker.

      3. Geriatric Unathletic
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        So Jota and TAA or Mane and fodder? Ermmmm perhaps let's just think about that for a minute?

        1. mentaculus
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          9 days, 22 hours ago

          Not quite fair... you can have Trent, Salah & Mané with no fodder. Looking at that myself.

          Dont be so mean to the Maverick kids, gramps

    5. Maverick 11
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Also never plays 90 minutes

    6. Maverick 11
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Might as well spend extra money in midfield with none of the expensive or mid priced forward looking worth it atm

      1. Geriatric Unathletic
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Go on, link your team, I dare you, I could do with a laugh :).

    7. Maverick 11
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Ok lol you caught me out with a past rant, but that was then this is now. I’ve changed my mind

    8. Maverick 11
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      I was thinking Antonio > Dennis + foden > mane set up in a nice 442 with Dennis first on bench since he can be explosive might be a good first sun

    9. Maverick 11
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Schmeichel/ Ward
      Taa Cancelo James Chilwell Livra
      Salah Son Foden Gallagher Norman
      Antonio King Toney

  12. Miniboss
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 2 Years
    9 days, 22 hours ago

    Time to roll?

    1ft, 0.1itb

    Ramsdale
    TAA Cancelo James
    Son Salah Gallagher Raphinha
    Toney Antonio Vardy

    Foster Livramento Duffy Brownhill

    1. TopBinFc
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Yep, strong team

        1. Miniboss
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          9 days, 22 hours ago

          thanks mate, good luck with next gw

      • Baps hunter
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Difficult to find obvious upgrade without -4, so looks like it atm.

        1. Miniboss
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 2 Years
          9 days, 22 hours ago

          Thanks man. Which upgrade do you have in mind if I may ask?

          1. Baps hunter
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            9 days, 22 hours ago

            I might consider downgrading Raphinha and getting Chilly. Antonio and Vardy to CR7 and Dennis for example and one downgrade elsewhere later is something think about also.

            1. Miniboss
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              9 days, 22 hours ago

              Thanks, Chilly is definitely in the radar but haven't thought of Ronaldo. Perhaps it might work out, but another Chelsea defender for Duffy seems to be the priority at the moment.

          2. Baps hunter
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            9 days, 22 hours ago

            Raph to Jota (if fit) would be tempting also. But it comes with a cost. I decided to risk and sell Antonio (for Dennis), instead of benching him for his sour fixtures

    2. Sturridge Wars
      • 6 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Which one to bring in after the Chelsea game?

      A) Bruno
      B) Ronaldo

      1. Baps hunter
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        B over A imo, but I would wait a moment to see what happens.

      2. mentaculus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Mané will outscore both imo.

    3. OLLY G
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      On wildcard, am l mad to consider De Gea over Ramsdale considering United's amazing run of games following Chelsea and then Arsenal?

      Thanks.

      1. Miniboss
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        DeGea is perhaps a bit too soon

      2. Baps hunter
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Probably yes. I would rather consider Ederson.

      3. G-Whizz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 4 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Form over fixtures for me...

      4. zeslinguer
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        new manager could always prefer Henderson too

      5. mentaculus
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        I think so. Defending is truly shambolic atm, would wait for improvement

    4. Warby84
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 6 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Ramsdale
      Trent James Chilwell Cancelo
      Gallagher Raphinha Salah Son
      Vardy Toney

      Dennis Duffy Biss

      Taken -4 planning Toney to Wilson next week

      1. Warby84
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 6 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        ESR now in for Raphinha

    5. Bobby Digital
      • 4 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      So who will be the next Utd gaffer?

      1. internal error
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Steve Bruce, if my source is correct

      2. BrockLanders
        • 6 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Bruce hopefully. He needs that opportunity at a big club and he's a legend at United. Give him a chance

      3. G B
        • 10 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Looking like an interim, then Poch in the summer. He's well suited to United imo. Favours the 4231, has an attacking approach, experience with big egos at PSG. Getting Spurs to a UCL final was a huge achievement.

        They'll probably get someone experienced like Bruce to steady the ship until the summer.

      4. GreennRed
        • 10 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Mancini

      5. Jordan.
        • 11 Years
        9 days, 21 hours ago

        sir alex for 6 months ,he'd sort them out

    6. mcginnntonic
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Roll, or do Vardy & Mbeumo/Toney to Kane & 4.5-5.5?

      Sanchez (Foster)
      TAA Cancelo James Chilwell Livra
      Salah Raph Jota ESR Mbeumo
      Vardy Antonio Toney

    7. camarozz
      • 7 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Really don't know wat to do tbh

      Ramsdale

      Taa/Cancelo/Rudiger

      Salah/Raphina/Gallagher/Foden

      Toney/Antonio/Vardy*

      (Foster/Livra/White/Benrahma*)

      Wat ya think??

      Have 2fts.

      1. RamboRN
        • 10 Years
        9 days, 22 hours ago

        Maybe find a way to get a Chelsea full back? Antonio to someone then upgrade white/livra

    8. RamboRN
      • 10 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Sanchez foster
      TAA rudiger cancelo James livra
      Salah son ESR mbeumo bissouma
      Vardy Antonio ASM

      2 FT 0ITB thinking Antonio and mbeumo to Gallagher and benteke/toney sound good?

    9. daitheboot
      • 10 Years
      9 days, 22 hours ago

      Was checking my rank and score at this time last year and despite scoring 96 more points I am c13k behind (44k vs 31k) ! Not sure whether everyone else is in a similar position? Proof that it is getting more and more difficult each season or more people close to template?

    10. KnightSlayer
      • 10 Years
      9 days, 14 hours ago

      Who you replacing Salah with when he goes to AFCON