Fantasy Premier League Podcasts – the 9th FFGeek podcast with Andrew Whitfield and Kev in Canada


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Here’s our fantasy premier league podcasts article again with the Patreon link to the 9th FFGeek Podcast. Podcast 9 has myself, Andrew Whitfield and Kev in Canada.  We discuss our GW1 performance and also our plans for GW2.  We also answer a number of questions from the FFGeek slack channel.

Fantasy Premier League Podcasts – the 9th FFGeek podcast with Andrew Whitfield and Kev in Canada





Thanks to  Andrew Whitfield (last 2 seasons ORs 6k and 19k) and Kev in Canada (last season OR 6k) for coming on.

Here’s the link to the Patreon site to listen to the podcast

https://www.patreon.com/fantasyfootballgeek

FPL team performances

Firstly Kev, Andrew and myself review our FPL teams performances in GW1 and discuss our plans for GW2. We also answer questions from the Slack channel

Questions

How long before we bring in Man Utd defenders because the first game showed promise?
What to do with Bournemouth players?




Any regrets with your GW1 squad? Players that you had in lots of drafts but didn’t quite make it, but wish you had now?
What are your transfer plans for the next 2- 3 weeks and what do you think are the best transfers for this week?
Martial for Moura and what to do with Deulofeu?
Did you learn anything at all from GW1 about Chelsea assets?
How many hours per day do you lose for FPL procrastination?
When a player goes through a dry spell which of the following do you take into account to decide whether to keep or sell?
Fixture
Form
Eye test
Underlying stats
Ownership
Reputation
Value tied up
That’s it hope you enjoy it

Geek note: If you join our Patreon site you will get access to an FPL contributor tracker team which combines the contributors individual teams each week to show their favourite players, transfers and captains. It will always be completed on a Friday/Saturday in a normal gameweek. There will also be a spreadsheet of each managers teams, transfers and captains so you can drill down further.

You also get:

Joe’s interactive transfer planner and points projection tool

Weekly podcasts with myself and the contributors

FFGeek private leagues

Access to the FFGeek Slack channel for discussion with the contributors and members

$2 and $3 tiers per calendar month. No commitment beyond 1 month

Other posts

See our  bandwagons and sinking ships article,  fixture ease article  10 top FPL managers article,  gameweek 1 review article and the early FFGeek team thoughts article.

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