Monthly Archives: July 2011

Steven Gerrard Breaking Down; Charlie Adam to Shine

Steven Gerrard is injured again. Nothing new here as the Liverpool superstar is turning into Robin van Persie – 2007-2009 edition. Gerrard is currently undergoing treatment for an ongoing groin problem and is set to miss the first few weeks … Continue reading

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Butt’s Brain: Thursday

A bit of what’s going on in Butt’s Brain from around the footie web. Enjoy: Chicharito suffered a mild concussion and is a doubt for the start of the Premier League [FPL Blog] Darren Bent scored and Aston Villa beat … Continue reading

Posted in fantasy epl blog, Fantasy Premier League, fantasy premier league blog, Liverpool, Manchester United | Tagged barcelona vs manchester united, bayern munich audi cup, berabtov, carlos tevez transfer, chicharito concussion, hernandez concussion, js park, kun aguero is che guevara, manchester city strikers, manchester united 4-0, mls all star game, sergio aguero | 1 Comment

Fantasy Premier League Injury News: Walcott’s Ankle

Arsenal winger cum forward Theo Walcott has been sent home from the club’s camp after suffering (another) injury – this time one to his ankle, and he could be set to miss the beginning of the new Premier League season. … Continue reading

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N’Zogbia Joins Aston Villa; Darren Bent Value Increases

  Wigan and Aston Villa have agreed a £9.5M deal that will send winger Charles N’Zogbia to Villa Park. This is massive news for Premier League fans and fantasy football managers alike. N’Zogbia saved Wigan from relegation last season with his … Continue reading

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Joe Hart Does NOT Own Himself in the Fantasy Premier League

Was fortunate enough to speak with four Manchester City regulars after their 1-1 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy yesterday – and the number one question on my mind, of course, was whether or not these stars played the Fantasy … Continue reading

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The Two Sides of Super Mario Balotelli

Just witnessed a pretty bizarre moment at the Home Depot Center on a lazy summer Sunday afternoon here in Los Angeles which could have major consequences on the Premier League title race. Mario Balotelli, having already scored from the penalty … Continue reading

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Rooney and Nani in Form as Manchester United Win Again

Manchester United came from behind to defeat the Chicago Fire today in the third match of the pre-season tour of the United States. Down 1-0 in the second half, goals from Rafael, Wayne Rooney, and Nani did the trick to … Continue reading

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Carl Jenkinson Own Goal: Arsenal New Signing Scores a Beauty

  As Piers Morgan said, “is this what Wenger meant by shoring up our defence?” 19 year old Carl Jenkinson, Arsenal’s new defensive signing this summer from Charlton Athletic, scored a wonderful own goal today in a pre-season match against … Continue reading

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Chelsea’s Leading Scorer is “Own Goal”

Chelsea have played two pre-season games, and won both of them 1-0. However, they have yet to score a goal other than an own goal. The Blues beat a Malaysia All Star XI today and also beat Portsmouth last week … Continue reading

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Fantasy Premier League (FPL) 2011-2012 Rule Changes

Now that the Fantasy Premier League has opened its doors for the season (and you can join our league with code 299-691) let’s take a look at some of the rule changes affecting the gameplay. We’ve always got your back… Before … Continue reading

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