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The Mick
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Who won the league? Still waiting on scores I guess....


different arse
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
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Who won the league? Still waiting on scores I guess
Yep, still waiting on some scores. I just know it wasn't me.


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Vicks Kennel Club
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
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Who won the league? Still waiting on scores I guess....

Down to DB10_AFC and Wait for it...

Each are waiting for two of their last opponent to score their games.

The season recap by arse was dope. I want to do one for my own side.


The Mick
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
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The season recap by arse was dope.
Yep, good stuff


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DB10_AFC
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
2019 EPL Fantasy FIrst 11

GK - Allison (You Need To Calm Down FC, Round 7) - 168 points

DF - Andrew Robertson (Real Arse FC, Round 5) - 206 points
DF - Virgil van Dijk (Rock Out With Your Klopp Out FC, Round 5) - 194 points
DF - Trent Alexander-Arnold (Gimme Some Mo FC, Round 7) - 160 points
DF - Aymeric Laporte (The Dodgy Flappers, Round 12) - 157 points

MF - Mo Salah (Gimme Some Mo FC, Round 1) - 249 points
MF - Raheem Sterling - (The Dodgy Flappers, Round 2) - 226 points
MF - Eden Hazard (Cenksational, Round 1) - 226 points
MF - Sadio Mane (Cenksational, Round 2) - 214 points

FW - Sergio Aguero (The Dodgy Flappers, Round 1) - 193 points
FW - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Hand of Gonads FC, Round 1) - 184 points



2019 EPL Fantasy Second 11

GK - Ederson (Never a Bride FC, Round 6) - 161 points

DF - Marco Alonso (Cenksational , Round 4) - 149
DF - César Azpilicueta - (Thank You For Your Service FC, Round 4) - 146 points
DF - Lucas Digne (Real Arse FC, Supplemental Draft) - 146 points
DF - David Luiz (You Need To Calm Down FC, Round 9) - 143 points

MF - Paul Pogba (Hands of Gonads FC, Round 3) - 176 points
MF - Gylfi Sigurdsson (The Dodgy Flappers , Round 3) - 174 points
MF - Ryan Fraser (Gimme Some Mo FC, Round 15) - 170 points
MF - Luka Milivojevic (You Need To Calm Down FC, Round 6) - 163 points

FW - Raúl Jiménez (Real Arse FC, Round 12) - 177 points
FW - Jaime Vardy (You Need To Calm Down FC, Round 2) - 170 points

This post was edited on 4/30 at 5:04 pm


jackwoods4
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
You Need To Calm Down FC Week 32 Score: 

GK: Alisson (Liverpool) - 2

DEF: Michael Keane (Everton) - 6
DEF: David Luiz (Chelsea) - 8
DEF: Joel Matip (Liverpool) - 2
DEF: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) - 1

FWD: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 6
FWD: Roberto Firmino *C* (Liverpool) - 8x2 = 16
FWD: Gonzalo Higuain *VC* (Chelsea) - 2

Week 32 Total: 43 Points

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You Need To Calm Down FC Week 33 Score: 

GK: Alisson (Liverpool) - 2

DEF: Michael Keane (Everton) - DNP
DEF: David Luiz (Chelsea) - 6
DEF: Joel Matip (Liverpool) - 2
DEF: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) - 1

FWD: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 16
FWD: Roberto Firmino *C* (Liverpool) - 7x2 = 14
FWD: Gonzalo Higuain *VC* (Chelsea) - 2

Week 33 Total: 43 Points

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You Need To Calm Down FC Week 34 Score: 

GK: Alisson (Liverpool) - 7

DEF: Michael Keane (Everton) - DNP
DEF: David Luiz (Chelsea) - 1
DEF: Joel Matip (Liverpool) - 6
DEF: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) - DNP

FWD: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 2
FWD: Roberto Firmino *C* (Liverpool) - 2x2 = 4
FWD: Gonzalo Higuain *VC* (Chelsea) - 1

Week 34 Total: 21 Points

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You Need To Calm Down FC Week 35 Score: 

GK: Alisson (Liverpool) - 6

DEF: Michael Keane (Everton) - 6
DEF: David Luiz (Chelsea) - 1
DEF: Joel Matip (Liverpool) - 6
DEF: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) - DNP

FWD: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 9
FWD: Roberto Firmino *C* (Liverpool) - 2x2 = 4
FWD: Gonzalo Higuain *VC* (Chelsea) - 7

Week 35 Total: 39 Points

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You Need To Calm Down FC Week 36 Score: 

GK: Alisson (Liverpool) - 6

DEF: Michael Keane (Everton) - 7
DEF: David Luiz (Chelsea) - 2
DEF: Joel Matip (Liverpool) - DNP
DEF: Dejan Lovren (Liverpool) - 6

FWD: Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) - 13
FWD: Roberto Firmino *C* (Liverpool)  - DNP
FWD: Gonzalo Higuain *VC* (Chelsea) 2x2 = 4

Subs:

FWD: Salomon Rondon (Newcastle) for Firmino - 5

Week 36 Total: 43 Points


jackwoods4
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
2018/2019 Season In Review:

We knew it would be difficult to fill the Mo Salah sized hole from our title winning squad, but mercy. We were able to gain promotion so quick, early 2010s Blackpool would be proud.

There are just so many ways it all went wrong, and quite frankly, it comes down to the midfield being a disaster. Last season, Mo Salah scored 303 points by himself. This season, you'd have to pick 4 midfielders from our final squad to eclipse that. Just putrid. We had to try to remember how to spell Henrikh Mkhitaryan's name all season, and he was terrible. Solomon March, Jose Izquierdo and Aaron Ramsey spent most of the year in a war for Abou Diaby's affections. At least Diogo Jota tried.

We had incredible goalkeeping all season long. Alisson kept clean sheet after clean sheet. TYFYS. Unfortunately, there was never a solidified back line in front of him. David Luiz, Joel Matip, Michael Keane, don't matter. Whoever we were playing by double digits.

Up front, Jamie Vardy attempted to provide a spark, but no amount of partying or mountains of vodka and charlie could breathe life into this team. Roberto Firmino was decent, but nowhere close to first round value. Gonzalo Higuain. Stay onside one time, coward.

And don't even get us started on this manager who quit on his team in January. Sources say his personal life was affecting his ability to do his job well. The tabloids said his second job was too demanding and the pursuit of love blinded him. We just think he sucks.

Player of the Year:

Alisson.

Meet Me At Sonic:

Gonzalo, you name the time, buddy.


Vicks Kennel Club
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
We now only need the following scores:

Week 35: McCaigBro69

Week 36: McCaigBro69, GeauxColonels, etm512

After 35 games each, DB10_AFC has 73 points and scored 79 points in Week 36 vs. McCaigBro69. Wait for It... has 72 and scored 66 points in Week 36 vs. Geauxcolonels.


etm512
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
I’ll do my score when I get back from Mexico.


jackwoods4
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
I honestly might have finished 7th or 8th if I wouldn't have had my last lineup posted without any midfielders.


Vicks Kennel Club
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Tanking for promotion to tGOATpionship is understandable.


jackwoods4
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
I had every intention of getting back into this, and then I didn't realize there were matches like every single day of the week and I got confused.
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Thank You For Your Service FC Season Recap

With 60 points, my club has locked in the final UCL spot for next season, but they were never title contenders.

This squad was defined by stretches of absurd hot and cold runs. The streaks occurred in this order:

- Started the season losing 6/7
- Shortly followed by a 6-game win streak
- Then, a 5-game win streak
- Reversed the good play with a 7-game losing streak
- Finished strong on a 6-game win streak

17/20 wins came from massive hot streaks. When you're on, you're on.

GK:

Neil Etheridge (Cardiff City) - 141 (GK4)
Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea) - 135 (GK6)

Kepa was my summer Supplemental Draft pick at 1.1, and it was a bad year to have the 1.1 without a marquee attacking signing joining the PL. I swapped between the two, and it normally felt like I started the wrong group.

DEF:

Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea) - 146 (DEF6)
Benjamin Chilwell (Leicester City) - 110 (DEF20)
Lewis Dunk (Brighton) - 87 (DEF31)
Conor Coady (Wolverhampton) - 87 (DEF37)
Christopher Schindler (Huddersfield) - 72 (DEF54)

I spent the 40th pick on Cesar, and he was the third defender off the board. With a DEF6 finish, I cannot complain about the return. However, I failed to surround him with any top talent as half my defense was replacement level. This was a weak point on the squad.

MID:

Leroy Sane (Manchester City) - 155 (MID10)
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur) - 152 (MID11)
Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) - 149 (MID14)
David Silva (Manchester City) - 132 (MID17)
Anthony Martial (Manchester United) - 121 (MID22)

I highly regret passing on Raheem Sterling with his 226 points, but there was uncertainty about his role and future with Man City at the time of that draft. Those extra 71 or 74 points over Sane or Eriksen could have been a few wins, but I still would have well short of the true contenders. My best strategy was loading up on the Man City midfield. I spent a 1 on Sane, 3 on David Silva, and a 10 on Bernardo Silva (STEAL!). Even with playing time question marks, I figured at least one or two would always get in the league's most potent attack.

FWD:

Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) - 164 (FWD6)
Ayoze Perez (Newcastle United) - 132 (FWD10)
Ashley Barnes (Burnley) - 115 (FWD16)
Glenn Murray (Brighton) - 114 (FWD18)

If Bernardo was not my best, then it had to be Callum Wilson. Good forwards are far and few between in this fantasy league, and it felt great to get a near-elite option in round 12. Ayoze Perez came on hot as the season ended, and he posted a top 10 finish at the position.

TYFYS MVP's:

Bernardo Silva and Callum Wilson

Overall:

Like I opened with, this was a good, but not great squad. I am probably an average at best manager as I do not watch nearly enough soccer or make enough transactions. That being said, I am happy to finish with a +8 Total Margin (Total PF - Total PA). Also, I dropped a killer 108, and no one else even reached 90 at any point.

Even without a title, I truly enjoy maintaining this league and seeing the continuity each year. Maybe, I will lift the trophy one day.


S
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
You Need To Calm Down FC gfy


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McCaigBro69
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Shark City

Week 35/36

GK: Lloris (Spurs) - 6/4

Def: Kyle Walker (City) - 7/9
Def: Stones (Man City) - DNP/1
Def: Vertonghen (Spurs) - 7/DNP
Def: Nathan Ake (Bournemouth) VC - 2/1

Mid: Son (Spurs) - 3/2
Mid: Lingard (United) - 2/DNP
Mid: Jorginho (Chelsea) - 2/2
Mid: Patterson (Cardiff) - DNP/DNP

Fwd: Gabriel Jesus (City) - 1/1
Fwd: Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) C - 4/10

Subs
Mid: Shaqiri (Liverpool) - DNP/1
Mid: Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham) - 3/3
Def: Wan Bissaka (Palace) - 1/9
GK: Cech (Arse)- DNP

Reserves:
Fwd: Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) -

35 Score: 38

36 Score: 43



Vicks Kennel Club
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
With his week 36 win over Shark City by the score of 79-43, DB10_AFC has officially won the league. He is the second club to win two titles along with The Mick.


DB10_AFC
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread


TYFYS
#PraiseSalah


Wait For It...
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Congrats, DB. Your consistent performance throughout the year proved to be key. Your largest losing streak was 2!

My team fell asleep in the middle third of the season
Points Earned/Potential
Weeks 1-10: 27/30
Weeks 11-23: 12/39
Weeks 24-36: 36/39


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etm512
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Week 36 Score for The Dodgy Flappers

GK
Ben Foster - 1

Def
Aymeric Laporte - 9
Toby Alderweireld - 2
Maya Yoshida - DNP

MF
Raheem Sterling - (C) 3*2 = 6
Harvey Barnes - 1
Gylfi Sigurdsson - 3
Pedro Rodríguez Ledesma - 1
Ilkay Gündogan - 2

Fwd
Sergio Agüero - 9
Javier "Chicharito" Hernández Balcázar - DNP

Bench
1. Michy Batshuayi - DNP
2. Robert Snodgrass - 2
3. Patrick van Aanholt - 7


GK2. David De Gea - ManU

Cheap Seats: Kurt Zouma - Eve

Total = 43


Vicks Kennel Club
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re: 2018-2019 TD Fantasy Premier League Thread
Only one score to go! Just need the Week 36 from GeauxColonels.


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