Hall of Fame

FPL Hall of Fame: Analysing the world’s best Fantasy managers

Our Hall of Fame was given a refresh at the end of 2021/22, allowing us to see how the list of best-performing Fantasy Premier League (FPL) managers have been affected by last season’s points.

For the uninitiated, the Hall of Fame is a ranking system applied to everyone who takes part in either of our FPL leagues. Managers’ past and present performances are then tracked to give a Hall of Fame (HoF) rating.

The Live version of our Hall of Fame can only be viewed by Premium Members but everyone can access the Career Hall of Fame by clicking here.

Further information on the Hall of Fame is included at the bottom of this article, but alternatively, you can view this movie to listen to Mark Sutherns and Rate My Team’s Chris Atkinson discuss the feature.

Following our overview of the top 10 FPL managers, we now turn our attention to how they performed in 2021/22, from chip strategy to captaincy.

HALL OF FAME: THE TOP 10

STRATEGY ANALYSIS

CHIP USAGE

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Chip strategies were varied amongst the top 10 managers in 2021/22, although Gameweek 37 proved a popular time to Free Hit, with six of the eight bosses who deployed the chip hitting over 100 points.

John Canning produced the best overall Bench Boost score, with 146, while Brusdal Brusdal was less successful, hitting just 79.

Meanwhile, the success of the Triple Captain chip came down to whether they were in the Gameweek 26 camp as Mohamed Salah hit 28 points against Norwich City and Leeds United, or whether they were less fortunate with his game-time in Gameweek 29.

However, Sean Connors and Petteri Yilmaa bucked the trend, handing the armband to Jarrod Bowen and Son Heung-min, who registered 21 and 12 points respectively.

1 FABIO BORGES

  • Overall rank: 222nd
  • Total points: 2739
  • Total captain points: 776
  • Captains: Salah (21), Son (5), Fernandes (3), Ronaldo (2), Weghorst, Saka, Richarlison, King, James, Cancelo, Bowen (1)
  • Total transfers: 42
  • Total points hits: 36
  • Immediate transfer points: 490
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (12), 3-5-2 (10), 4-3-3 (7)

Fábio consolidated his position at the top of the Hall of Fame by finishing 222nd in 2021/22.

The Portugal number one made his move over Christmas, climbing from 140k to the top 5,000 within six Gameweeks.

Using the excellent ‘Team Picks over Season’ tool via FPL Optimized, we can see that Fábio largely avoided the premium forwards in 2021/22. In fact, he only owned Harry Kane for two Gameweeks, which coincided with the deployment of his two Free Hit chips.

3-4-3 and 3-5-2 were his favoured formations, while only two managers in the Hall of Fame top 10 could beat him for captaincy points across the season.

Fábio has never ended up outside of the top 20,000 in eight seasons of playing, with the campaign just gone his sixth successive finish within the top 5k.

READ MOREOur recent Q&A with Fábio Borges

2 FINN SOLLIE

  • Overall rank: 210th
  • Total points: 2740
  • Total captain points: 698
  • Captains: Salah (18), Ronaldo (6), Kane (3), Wood, Weghorst, Son, Richarlison, Raphinha, Jota, Havertz, Fernandes, Dennis, Bowen, Antonio (1)
  • Total transfers: 46
  • Total points hits: 56
  • Immediate transfer points: 431
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (10), 3-5-2 (9), 4-4-2 (8)

Finishing ahead of even Fábio in the season just gone was Finn Sollie, despite registering 78 fewer captaincy points than his Hall of Fame rival.

And he really mixed it up with captaincy, too, handing the armband to 14 different players across the season, including the likes of Chris Wood and Raphinha.

Like Fábio, his favoured formations were 3-4-3 and 3-5-2, although he did use a 4-4-2 on eight occasions.

This past season was Finn’s second successive overall rank inside the top 1,000, and the Norwegian was even threatening to win the whole thing when positioned at 35th in the world after Gameweek 32.

READ MORE: Our interview with Finn Sollie last summer

3 JOHN CANNING

  • Overall rank: 60th
  • Total points: 2771
  • Total captain points: 740
  • Captains: Salah (19), Ronaldo (3), Son, Kane, Jota, Fernandes (2), Weghorst, Richarlison, Mount, King, Coutinho, Cancelo, Bowen, Antonio (1)
  • Total transfers: 46
  • Total points hits: 56
  • Immediate transfer points: 449
  • Most-used formations: 3-5-2 (13), 3-4-3 (11), 4-4-2 (5)

Another manager to string together back-to-back top 1k finishes was John Canning, who ended an excellent 60th in 2021/22.

John got off to a very good start and was ranked inside the top 10,000 after Gameweek 1, and didn’t drop out of the top 20,000 from Gameweek 20 onwards.

A total of 13 finishes inside the top 40k have been recorded by John, eight of which have been inside the magic 10,000 mark.

4 BRUSDAL BRUSDAL

  • Overall rank: 2554th
  • Total points: 2673
  • Total captain points: 832
  • Captains: Salah (20), Kane, Fernandes (4), Ronaldo (2), Weghorst, Son, Richarlison, Jota, Havertz, Dennis, De Bruyne, Bowen (1)
  • Total transfers: 47
  • Total points hits: 56
  • Immediate transfer points: 545
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (14), 3-5-2 (10), 4-4-2 (5)

Brusdal Brusdal registered a whopping 832 captaincy points in 2021/22 and was successful with 30/38 picks.

The new Hall of Fame number four made an incredible leap from 1.2 million in Gameweek 8 to 3.6k in Gameweek 18, subsequently spending eight Gameweeks bobbing around the top 1,000.

A final overall rank of 2,554 was still excellent and the Norwegian’s seventh inside the top 10k.

5 MATT CORBRIDGE

  • Overall rank: 1180th
  • Total points: 2696
  • Total captain points: 712
  • Captains: Salah (19), Ronaldo, Kane (3), Son, Lukaku (2), Weghorst, Saka, Richarlison, Mount, King, James, Bowen, Antonio, Alexander-Arnold (1)
  • Total transfers: 43
  • Total points hits: 40
  • Immediate transfer points: 387
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (14), 4-3-3 (8), 3-5-2 (6)

A relative newcomer like Fábio, Matt has ‘only’ been playing FPL for eight seasons and finished with his highest ever rank in 2021/22, courtesy of a 1180th place finish.

Matt spent the entire season inside the top 25,000, with his Gameweek 1 rank of 14,006 his best of the campaign.

He was also the only manager in the top 10 to captain Trent Alexander-Arnold last season, surprisingly for his away trip to Leicester City in Gameweek 20, which produced just two points.

6 SEAN CONNORS

  • Overall rank: 278th
  • Total points: 2734
  • Total captain points: 743
  • Captains: Salah (17), Son (5), Ronaldo (3), Jota, Fernandes (2), Weghorst, Smith Rowe, Mount, Lukaku, Dennis, Coutinho, Cash, Bowen, Antonio (1)
  • Total transfers: 43
  • Total points hits: 44
  • Immediate transfer points: 326
  • Most-used formations: 4-4-2 (12), 3-5-2 (8), 3-4-3 (6)

Sean Connors was another Hall of Famer to finish inside the top 300 this season.

A run of 13 green arrows in the final 15 Gameweeks, plus a Gameweek 21 rank of 105th, helped Sean up to 278th in the world.

Notably, his favoured formation was a 4-4-2, while he was also only one of two managers on this list who didn’t Triple Captain Mohamed Salah, instead opting for Jarrod Bowen in Double Gameweek 21.

This was Sean’s second top 1k finish but he has also had two other ranks (1,044th and 1,002nd) that fell just short of that landmark number.

7 DAVID WILLIAMS

  • Overall rank: 1668th
  • Total points: 2686
  • Total captain points: 682
  • Captains: Salah (20), Son (5), Ronaldo (3), Lukaku (2), Weghorst, Mount, James, Fernandes, Dennis, Cancelo, Bowen, Antonio
  • Total transfers: 50
  • Total points hits: 68
  • Immediate transfer points: 412
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (10), 4-4-2 (9), 3-5-2 (6)

The world number 11 in 2018/19 added to their list of impressive finishes in 2021/22, with a third overall rank within the top 3k in the last four years.

And that’s despite registering just 682 captaincy points, 150 fewer than Brusdal Brusdal’s total.

Along with Petteri, David was also one of the more aggressive managers in terms of transfers, taking 68 total points hits across the season.

8 MARKKU OJALA

  • Overall rank: 123rd
  • Total points: 2752
  • Total captain points: 768
  • Captains: Salah (17), Ronaldo (6), Son (4), Jota, Antonio (2), Weghorst, Richarlison, Raphinha, Lacazette, King, Havertz, Bowen
  • Total transfers: 49
  • Total points hits: 64
  • Immediate transfer points: 477
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (11), 4-4-2, 3-5-2 (9)

Markku Ojala’s 2021/22 rank of 123rd was achieved with seven green arrows in the last eight Gameweeks, despite all but one chip having been spent before that point.

His Gameweek 33 rank of 5,335 was a particular highlight, as nine of his starting XI returned, including hat-trick hero and captain Cristiano Ronaldo.

The last seven seasons for Markku have been a real success story: the Finn has finished inside the top 25k in each of those campaigns, with two of the last three being within the top 1k.

9 TOM STEPHENSON

  • Overall rank: 22,133rd
  • Total points: 2592
  • Total captain points: 670
  • Captains: Salah (18), Ronaldo (5), Kane (3), Son, Antonio (2), Wood, Weghorst, Rudiger, Richarlison, Mount, King, Jota, Fernandes
  • Total transfers: 46
  • Total points hits: 56
  • Immediate transfer points: 438
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (11), 4-4-2 (8), 3-5-2, 4-3-3 (7)

The fact that an overall rank of 22,133 was enough to see Tom drop seven places in our Hall of Fame reflects how ridiculous the standard is at the upper echelons.

Tom spent the entirety of 2021/22 inside the top 60,000, but suffered due to his 670 captaincy points total, which was 162 points fewer than Brusdal Brusdal and 106 behind Fábio.

One of the most consistent managers since the turn of the last decade, Tom Stephenson has never finished outside the top 30k in his last 12 seasons.

10 PETTERI YLIMAA

  • Overall rank: 837th
  • Total points: 2706
  • Total captain points: 808
  • Captains: Salah (19), Son (4), Fernandes, Antonio (3), Bowen (2), Weghorst, Richarlison, Mount, King, Kane, Jota, James
  • Total transfers: 50
  • Total points hits: 68
  • Immediate transfer points: 437
  • Most-used formations: 3-4-3 (15), 3-5-2, 4-4-2 (8)

Another flying Finn in our table-topping list, Petteri finished 837th in 2021/22.

Gameweek 38 was the first time that our new Hall of Fame number 10 had ventured inside the top 1k in the season just gone, with five chips deployed in the final nine Gameweeks to aid with that late surge.

Petteri was the only manager on this list to use the Free Hit chip in Blank Gameweek 30, which saw him record an impressive Gameweek rank of 56,289, despite including Raul Jimenez who was sent off, registering -2 points in the process.


TAKEAWAY LESSONS

Salah Triple Captain, Son in: FPL Double Gameweek 26 reaction 2

The 2021/22 season is over, but were there any collective trends amongst the top FPL bosses that we can learn from?

Firstly, 3-4-3 and 3-5-2 were the most widely used formations across the season, with nine of the top 10 setting up their Gameweek 1 squads in one of those two shapes.

However, as the season progressed, back-four formations like 4-4-2 or 4-5-1 were more widely used, especially by the top three Fábio, Finn and John.

Fábio, meanwhile, still trusted Mohamed Salah with the armband, despite his post-Africa Cup of Nations wobble. For example, the Hall of Fame number one captained the Egyptian in five of the last nine Gameweeks he was available for.

Aside from Salah, Cristiano Ronaldo, Son Heung-min and Harry Kane were the most popular captain picks, while two matches trumped one, with the top bosses handing Wout Weghorst and one of Emmanuel Dennis or Josh King the armband for Burnley and Watford’s respective double-headers.

Notably, all of them used their first Wildcard prior to Gameweek 10, but this coming season could perhaps present different challenges, with the 2022 World Cup in Qatar taking place in November.


HALL OF FAME FAQ

How is my rating calculated?
The “HoF Rating” is based on your points scores from previous FPL seasons, with the latest season weighted the heaviest and each corresponding season weighted at roughly 80% that of the previous season. So, in other words, those who performed best in 2021/22 will receive a bigger HoF Rating boost from those who did best in 2007/08. The “HoF Ranking” even allows for those with missing years, adapting the formula accordingly to allow rookies to rank alongside the veterans of FPL.

How do I join the Hall of Fame?
Simply sign up to our leagues next season, either the Fantasy Football Scout league or, if you’re a member, the Fantasy Football Scout Members’ league – the code for the latter will be available on the dashboard of the Members’ Area after launch.

How do I find myself in the Hall of Fame?
The search box at the top of the ranking tables allows you to search by surname or by FPL ID.

What if I don’t want to be listed?
Either notify us via support@fantasyfootballscout.co.uk or simply leave the relevant Fantasy Football Scout FPL league and you’ll be removed on the next update.

When does the Hall of Fame get updated?
The Career table is available to all and is updated at the end of each season to display the latest rankings. The Live version, accessible only to Members, is updated sporadically throughout the season to reflect the scores of the current campaign.


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251 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Eezer Goode, Eberechi Goode
    • 10 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    England are terrible

  2. No Professionals
    • 4 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    England making Hungary look like prime Barcelona

  3. NateDog
    • 1 Year
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    Could Southgate get the sack? I assumed any talk of it was nonsense from the usual media types desperate to get someone sacked but starting to think it might not be an impossibility

    1. No Professionals
      • 4 Years
      14 days, 9 hours ago

      They won't sack him, he's their perfect yes man

    2. Maradona10sean
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      14 days, 8 hours ago

      long over due

  4. Dušan Citizen
    • 8 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    If England don't sack the clown now...

  5. Hazz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    Defence was pants but my god Ramsdale was useless today. Pickford's #1 spot is secure.

    1. Steve The Spud
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      14 days, 9 hours ago

      Half decent shot stopper and that is all

      1. Hazz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        14 days, 9 hours ago

        Wasn't decent at stopping shots today. Balls flew right past him. Carrying on his Arsneal form from the second half of the season!

  6. Yes Ndidi
    • 2 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    Only one team seemed to be Hungary 4 it tonight......

  7. el polako
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    Harry "you know" Kane.

  8. threeputt
    • 12 Years
    14 days, 9 hours ago

    I'm actually angry. We were a good side and now we've lost all the momentum from the World Cup and Euros because we rotated too much imo. We have the basis of a good side - Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Trippier, Henderson, Rice, Sterling, Mount, Foden, Grealish, Rashford, Sancho, James, Kane - granted not all in form but individual players who can change matches - but no we play Calvin Phillips who is rubbish imo and made countless mistakes in this game, Saka who is too inconsistent, buildup is as boring as hell, where has all our adventure gone.
    The warning signs were there in the first game vs Hungary and we continued to rotate with players who are simply not good enough at this level
    Now we are back to square one, no confidence and slow slow slow

    1. threeputt
      • 12 Years
      14 days, 9 hours ago

      oh yeah forgot Gallagher, he's crap at this level too

      1. threeputt
        • 12 Years
        14 days, 8 hours ago

        and ffs stick to Wembley, its our home

    2. Maradona10sean
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      14 days, 8 hours ago

      dead for calvin

    3. Zim0
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      14 days, 7 hours ago

      The problem with England has always been them hiring the most mediocre and uninspiring managers ever. The players are fine as seen when they play for their clubs.

    4. Baines on Toast...
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      14 days, 7 hours ago

      The Nations league means nothing

    5. nobwak
      • 6 Years
      14 days, 6 hours ago

      I’d argue that we’ve never been any good. In the World Cup and the Euros we had a lucky “easier” run to the final, avoiding the bigger/better teams (the worst Germany side you’ve seen in years aside), and as soon as we come up against anybody half-decent - we lose.
      It’s papered over the cracks.

      I personally find the way that England set up and play to be pretty shameful and embarrassing. They set up to NOT LOSE games rather than to WIN them. They set up like they believe that the opposition is better than they are. Oftentimes the quality of players that England have at their disposal vs. the opponents is the international equivalent of Manchester City vs. Burnley, and yet from the way they set out to play, you’d be forgiven for believing that it’s the other way around.
      It’s just not entertaining, watching these players set up to try to win a game 1-0 from a header from a corner, a Harry Kane penalty, or an own goal.

      Boring.

      1. Monty the Magpie
        • 4 Years
        14 days, 6 hours ago

        Bit harsh on our last two runs, but we are quite boring on an international level. And I think that extends to pretty much every sport we turn up for, be it football, athletics or cricket. We just look entitled and boring.

        1. nobwak
          • 6 Years
          14 days, 5 hours ago

          I’d like to know which part of what I’ve said you feel is harsh, or disagree with?

        2. nobwak
          • 6 Years
          14 days, 5 hours ago

          All I want is to see England have a bloody go and try to dominate games, score goals from open play (preferably lots of them) - we certainly have the players for it.

  9. pundit of punts
    • 9 Years
    14 days, 8 hours ago

    Raya
    Chilwell - Doherty - Mitchell
    Salah - Son - Bowen - Gordon
    EBH - Bamford - Mitrovic

    4m - Bissouma - White - 4m

    Should be a good team to start with 😀

    1. NateDog
      • 1 Year
      14 days, 8 hours ago

      Bold move going with no defenders from the 2 best defensive sides in the division

    2. The Knights Template
      • 8 Years
      14 days, 1 hour ago

      Mmmmmitrovic out!

  10. Monty the Magpie
    • 4 Years
    14 days, 6 hours ago

    Still going with Robbo and Díaz.

  11. McGurn
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 12 Years
    14 days, 5 hours ago

    Just watched the England game. As an England fan i actually quite enjoyed the spectacle. I totally respect Southgate as a man and the way he has instilled a team ethic into England should be applauded. I will be enternally grateful for the way he removed the toxicity of Sven, Capello etc. In fact, i would even say without him we would never have reached the semi final and final of the last 2 major tournaments. However, having got the that stage, he simply got found out. With a different manager in those games we would have won the Euro and at least got the to the final of the Worlds. He is tactically not the right man and it is sad, but also pleasing on some level, that White Van Man (who thought he was the best because we beat Sweden!) booed him at Molineaux. He didn't deserve that on any level, but neither did he deserve the praise for beating teams ranked lower and then capitulating when it really mattered. Cheers Gareth but we need to move on, and utilise the qualities we have as a talented young team.

  12. Nostalgic Thuggery
    • 9 Years
    14 days, 4 hours ago

    Can someone please explain to me how the top managers (outlined above) score so many points with teams playing 2 or 3 forwards.... as the points per million are lower for forwards than for mids and defenders?

    1. TorresMagic™
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 13 Years
      14 days, 3 hours ago

      Are the forwards getting the points though? The screenshot above for Fabio shows he got some good streaks at times from his forwards.

      1. mox81
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 2 Years
        13 days, 20 hours ago

        This. At this time of year it's easy to get too reductive and polarise one formation as the best or judge players on total pts. You don't keep the same players or same formation the whole season, it's all about having the right players at the right time throughout the season.

  13. POTATO
    • 2 Years
    14 days, 1 hour ago

    Is Alisson worth a Liverpool spot?
    I played mostly one Liverpool wing-back with Salah last season but sometimes added Jota.

    I don't see being able to afford Salah, TAA and Robertson all at once. Of course new arrivals may push for an added Liverpool attacking option which would be blocked with Alisson in goal.

    1. Andy_Social
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      14 days, 1 hour ago

      The downsides of owning Alisson or Ederson is that it takes up a 3rd spot. If you strongly feel that you'll never own 2 outfield players from either club, it's a great pick. There maybe another keeper who will offer better value over the season, but at this stage you don't know who it will be (a next season's Pope or Ramsdale I mean) whereas with the top 2 you have security.

      1. POTATO
        • 2 Years
        14 days, 1 hour ago

        I'll definitely own two Liverpool outfielders even if Alisson in goal.

        1. Andy_Social
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          14 days, 1 hour ago

          Yes, but it limits your options if you want to bring in another Liverpool outfielder.

          1. POTATO
            • 2 Years
            14 days, 1 hour ago

            Agreed triple-ups hamstring flexibility. It's why I usually stuck with two each from Liverpool/MCI most of the time.

            Increased substitutes rule has me thinking a good goalkeeper may be even more desirable this season. Wing backs may get fewer minutes restricting their attacking returns, but conversely increasing their chance of a CS(?)

            1. Andy_Social
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 9 Years
              14 days, 59 mins ago

              Actually, I'm an anti-coverage obsessive. I always go for triple-ups, risk or not!

    2. Holmes
      • 8 Years
      14 days, 1 hour ago

      If its between Robertson-Raya and Chilwell-Allison, I would pick former.

      1. POTATO
        • 2 Years
        14 days, 1 hour ago

        Good example, cheers.

    3. The Mentaculus
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      14 days, 7 mins ago

      If you're starting with Salah & Trent, then you're likely priced out of Darwin/Diaz, so maybe Alisson could work. But if Diaz/Darwin are reasonably priced (9 ish), there's more scope for an affordable outfield triple up compared to last year when Jota was the only mid-priced attacker. I'm quite keen on starting with Robertson, Diaz & Darwin myself

    4. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      13 days, 20 hours ago

      No, Alisson is not worth a Pool spot imo.

      You want to keep outfield slots flexible among the top teams.

      Cancelo, Haaland
      TAA/Robo, Salah

      (one slot left to flex if the fixtures favor them and you can fit in another asset)

  14. Little Red Lacazette
    • 5 Years
    13 days, 23 hours ago

    Was it the reincarnation of the Hungarian golden football team of the 1950s playing yesterday?

    1. circusmonkey
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      13 days, 23 hours ago

      Not quite but the Wikipedia on those games vs England in the 50s is a good read. I liked the bit about England players deriding them as having the wrong kit (boots that were cut below the ankle).

      1. Andy_Social
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        13 days, 20 hours ago

        I fell asleep at half time and missed most of the fun, but already I was seriously thinking of the '50s. Bear in mind in that decade England also suffered the ignominy of getting knocked out of the World Cup by an amateur American team.

  15. DavidBW
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    13 days, 23 hours ago

    That England defeat last night should be the kick up the arse they need. Clearly the England players are on the beach and these games are sillly at the end of the season.

    Southgate is too defensive and needs to start Grealish more. If he has a poor World Cup he’ll be gone but has done a good job.

    Be braver Southgate

  16. RedRo
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    13 days, 21 hours ago

    Zaha’s top 3 all time Premier League forwards:

    3. Drogba
    2. Ronaldo
    1. Henry

  17. Westfield Irons ⭐️
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 12 Years
    13 days, 19 hours ago

    Fixture Ticker by this time tomorrow?
    What's your target FFS, how quickly do you aim to have it ready?
    Will hub or someone on YouTube beat you to it?

    1. Westfield Irons ⭐️
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      13 days, 19 hours ago

      And can you shed any light on changes you plan to make to team ranking on the ticker compared to last season?

    2. Inazuma X1
      • 4 Years
      13 days, 19 hours ago

      Twitter will beat everyone

    3. Joey Jo-Jo Junior Shabadoo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      13 days, 19 hours ago

      Why do you need it so urgently? Game hasn’t even launched and still 50 odd days out from first game. Chill.

      1. Ⓙⓐⓡⓥⓘⓢⓗ
        • 7 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        You haven't done a draft based on made up prices and no fixtures with no pre-season knowledge and the transfer window still wide open yet? What's the matter with you?

        1. Joey Jo-Jo Junior Shabadoo
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 1 Year
          13 days, 14 hours ago

          No unfortunately I’ve instead spent too much time arguing about the potential points of players nobody has even heard of, including me.

  18. Inazuma X1
    • 4 Years
    13 days, 19 hours ago

    1 day to go

    1. The Units
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      13 days, 19 hours ago

      True that

    2. BrockLanders
      • 7 Years
      13 days, 19 hours ago

      YAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSS

  19. La Roja
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    13 days, 19 hours ago

    When will FPL start again guys? Fixtures tomorrow so is it same day?

    1. RedRo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      13 days, 19 hours ago

      Not necessarily mate. I think probably within the next week or so though.

  20. Andy_Social
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 9 Years
    13 days, 18 hours ago

    Oh, just noticed something. In my draft 15, I have ONE England player (Trent). Makes sense, you know 😉

    1. Tomerick
      • 7 Years
      13 days, 18 hours ago

      How many Belgians?

      1. Andy_Social
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        Ha! None. I learned my lesson, and I learned my lesson good. 😆

  21. pingissimus
    • 3 Years
    13 days, 18 hours ago

    As matters stand who will be the PL player that scored most goals last season in a national top division?

    1. pingissimus
      • 3 Years
      13 days, 18 hours ago

      Edit: who will be the top 2 goal scorers?

    2. Ⓙⓐⓡⓥⓘⓢⓗ
      • 7 Years
      13 days, 18 hours ago

      Guessing someone from Palace who was on loan in a Farmer's league last season?

      1. pingissimus
        • 3 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        You guess wrong 🙂

        Well the predictable Palace bit is out.

    3. RedRo
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      13 days, 18 hours ago

      I believe Nunez with 26 goals followed by Halaand who got 22

      1. RedRo
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        Salah/Son got 23 actually so ahead of EBH

        1. Andy_Social
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 9 Years
          13 days, 18 hours ago

          Darwin first, then Haaland.

      2. pingissimus
        • 3 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        Nope. Haaland is down the list.

    4. Little Red Lacazette
      • 5 Years
      13 days, 18 hours ago

      Hey Penguin, how did you finish last season?

      1. Andy_Social
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        According to the golden shoe, it's Salah and Son!

        1. pingissimus
          • 3 Years
          13 days, 18 hours ago

          Golden Shoe Golden Schmoe.

          I'm talking Golden Hoe here. There's a club who has scooped up the pick of the farmers' leagues. Came in winter window and was sent back on loan.

          Interesting bit is it is the one club you'd want to have a deadly finisher (barring Palace of course 🙂 )

          1. Andy_Social
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 9 Years
            13 days, 18 hours ago

            Oh, Brighton's Undav. Is he in FPL this season?

            1. pingissimus
              • 3 Years
              13 days, 18 hours ago

              I assume so.

              That signing had passed me by. God knows if he is PL ready but it is quite the record.

      2. pingissimus
        • 3 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        Finished on quite a roll - hit most every differential on the run in. But was coming from way back of course but my net points from transfers and captaincy stats make happy reading anyway.

        How did you finish? You were on for another cracking finish last I heard no?

        1. Little Red Lacazette
          • 5 Years
          13 days, 18 hours ago

          Not as good a finish as previous season. Terrible last GW, but we move on.

          1. pingissimus
            • 3 Years
            13 days, 18 hours ago

            Time to reboot your FFS name then?

            Little Red Sakazette?

            1. Little Red Lacazette
              • 5 Years
              13 days, 18 hours ago

              Oh yes, I am on Purple Kane, but looking for ideas.

              1. pingissimus
                • 3 Years
                13 days, 17 hours ago

                Purple Kane sounds choice but does it not contradict core NLD principles or are you unattached?

                1. Little Red Lacazette
                  • 5 Years
                  13 days, 17 hours ago

                  Haha, unattached.

      1. Andy_Social
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 9 Years
        13 days, 18 hours ago

        Excellent spot. I'm interested - one for first bench. Will monitor in pre-season.

        1. pingissimus
          • 3 Years
          13 days, 17 hours ago

          The interesting bit is he did this for a promoted team and not one of the traditional powerhouses - albeit they did win the league.

          Assume the paltry fee is simply a reflection of the fact that Tony Bloom owns both clubs - creative accounting!