Make Arrows Green Again
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Comments (Last 30 Days)

  1. How to stop the Mane 'bad beat' affecting your FPL season 2 days, 3 hours ago

    Great article btw 🙂 » Read

  2. How to stop the Mane 'bad beat' affecting your FPL season 2 days, 3 hours ago

    Pick ourselves up and move on. That's all we can do. We can overanalyse an unfair situation and dwell but ultimately if the game were always fair it would be predictable, and if it were always predictable then you couldn't have FPL in the first place. Every success you have in FPL comes at the expense of others and vice versa, it's a fundamental element of a game decided on rankings. One TC fail will affect your OR, of course it will, but it's still probably only 20 points in more than 2000. If you need those points to make or break your season you're probably not doing that well anyway. I finished top 100k the last two seasons with TC fails in each and TC success probably wouldn't have got me into the top 10K. Look forward to next week or in extreme cases, next season! » Read

  3. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 21 hours ago

    That's pretty good! I went from 84k to 57k with an Alli haul - 13 points the difference. You can go pretty much anywhere from 200k » Read

  4. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    Bad season? » Read

  5. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    I really hope he's fit and raring to go with no ill-effects at all. In Gameweek 25. » Read

  6. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    Do something seriously maverick before you quit. Or go for a monthly prize or something. » Read

  7. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    Webpage check out. What's your rank and can we help? » Read

  8. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    Cheers, I mainly rely on you lot for the eye test results so thank you! Knowing my luck I'll fail to qualify for 100k this year. Has to happen at some point :S » Read

  9. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    FWIW I'm currently looking at a sixth consecutive top 100k so I'm not stellar but OK. I don't think not watching games makes too much of a difference. Perhaps I could improve if I did though, never got top 10k. 11.5k is my best. » Read

  10. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    He's the Red Car in the Milky Way advert » Read

  11. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 22 hours ago

    None. I never watch the Premier League (but love FPL!) » Read

  12. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 23 hours ago

    He famously, er, steals people who make leather. Yes, I know I'm leaving I'm leaving. » Read

  13. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 2 days, 23 hours ago

    ... rolls downhill 😉 » Read

  14. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 3 days, 2 hours ago

    One thing I might try doing is, instead of investing all my money, making sure I have money ITB to upgrade a mid-price mid or forward to the best possible option. That way, when Villa come to the Etihad and I don't have Aguero to captain, I can get him easily without having to hide behind the sofa or tear my team up to pick him up. » Read

  15. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 3 days, 2 hours ago

    I think the main argument for spending budget is that the 'better' a player, the more tickets for the lottery you buy. Mané is more likely to score well over 6 than Perez for example. This in inarguable over a gameweek or two. Over six GWs, form starts to show. » Read

  16. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 3 days, 2 hours ago

    Correction: If you have a 4.0 keeper , *STEPHENS* and 2x £4.5m players. I factored in the price of Stephens on the bench so the argument stands (assuming the maths do!) » Read

  17. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 3 days, 2 hours ago

    The price of a team in form - what does your money buy you? AKA don't be afraid to lose value on player: The form team in the league over the last 6 at *any* price is Alisson TAA VVD Azpi Perez KdB Martial Grealish Aguero Jimenez DCL This team would have scored you a massive average of 77 points (without captaincy and without any subs!) every week for the last six weeks. There is no Salah in there and no Mané. If you have a 4.0 keeper you have bench spots for 2x £4.5m players and it still comes in at a fraction less than the £100m *original* starting budget. If you had this team at the start of the season I estimate that it would have cost about £99m. Stephens has scored as many points as Grealish in the last 6 so you could have this starting 11 and the same points for £2m less or around £98m I understand that having money in the bank is a good thing, it is useful to invest in potential captain picks etc., it's good to have a buffer to upgrade in the future. Also, nobody … » Read

  18. How the sunk cost fallacy can influence Fantasy managers' decisions 3 days, 2 hours ago

    Maybe those who don't care about losing a million quid on a player are the ones who tend to do best out of a situation. Latetriser ditching him for Aguero and captaining him against Villa, those points from that one game are worth 1m. » Read

  19. All major players present and correct for Double Gameweek Triple Captaincy 3 days, 15 hours ago

    TC fails for the last three years Kane, Sane, ...Mane? In a way we've been warned » Read

  20. Man United toothless without Rashford as Pope punishes sellers again 3 days, 17 hours ago

    The dream » Read