Monthly Archives: July 2010

Chicharito: Not a Fantasy EPL Option, But a Huge Talent

Priced at 7.5M in the Fantasy Premier League, you certainly won’t be investing in him this season, but with goals like these, perhaps he’s a great one for the future. Some more Mexican flavor in Europe – it’s Chicharito, Manchester … Continue reading

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Never Captain Nicky Butt Re-Design

Out with the old and in with the new. It’s still a work-in-progress but we are in the midst of re-designing our website to offer you, our readers, a better UI, and more importantly – better navigation. Soon, you’ll be … Continue reading

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Mesut Ozil to Manchester United: (Almost) Breaking News

Look at that hair. He should have no problems making friends with Macheda This one isn’t just your typical “Transfer Rumor” story without at least some merit or substance. I’ve read a lot about Ozil going to Manchester United this … Continue reading

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Sol Campbell and Luke Young are Oldies but Goodies

He’s 35 years old, sure, but Chris Hughton loves him A few oldies but goodies in the Premier League are getting a second chance at re-starting their careers this week despite approaching their mid-to-late thirties. Sol Campbell has agreed to … Continue reading

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Premier League Stats Center Launches

Every competitive fantasy football manager needs a stats advantage. For years, I’ve used a combination of a variety of statistical sources: pre-game match reports, ESPN, Sky and other Premier League websites, the official fantasy game, as well as Opta Sports … Continue reading

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Best Goal Celebration Ever? Stjarnan F.C. Go Fishing

For Johann Laxdal’s sake, can we please start sending this goal celebration around the web.Currently on YouTube it has only 3,000 views. Pathetic for such an amazing goal celebration.Stjarnan F.C. decide to “go fishing,” and even take a photograph of … Continue reading

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Fast John Utaka Loves the Cash; Can’t Score Goals

Why are you smiling John? You’ve scored 7 goals in your last 65 matches Here’s a quick one from the fire-sale that is the Portsmouth Football Club. John Utaka is heading back to the Premier League. I write this not … Continue reading

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Berbatov: A Cheap Striker Option? What?

He only shaves every third day because, well, he’s Dimitar Berbatov We looked at the age old strikers quandary yesterday – a classic fantasy football issue that has shaped and influenced our thinking for years now, and today let’s take … Continue reading

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Fantasy Premier League: The Age Old Strikers Quandary

Yup, you’re a footballing God. Unless you’re playing Algeria Editor’s Note: This is a lengthy but important article if you are a fantasy football manager. It’s the age-old “strikers” quandary – let’s take a deeper look: If you’re a fantasy … Continue reading

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Welcome to 2010, Never Captain Nicky Butt

That’s not me, it’s Mark Zuckerberg The writers / editors here at NCNB have been on Facebook for 6-7 years. It’s embarrassing, but true. We started a “Fan Page” for this site about two years ago, but never got around … Continue reading

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