You may remember Joseph Crilleys FPL transfer planner from last season. It’s now back and improved with points projections and fixture rankings added. This will help you optimise your current and future transfers. In this article there’s an explanatory sheet and a YouTube video by Joe to show you all you need to know about how it works.
Joseph Crilleys improved interactive FPL transfer planner is now on the FFGeek Patreon site
The transfer planner is part of the new FFGeek Patreon site where we are creating new content
Here are the 2 tier features:
$ 2 per month – Weekly Podcasts and 4 £50 prize pool leagues for the first 160 joiners
$3 per month – an interactive transfer and points prediction tool and a Slack channel for discussion with members and contributors.
The first $3 monthly payment gets you in the prize leagues and Slack channel for the season.
The transfer planner explained
I would like to introduce the latest addition to the FFGeek Patreon site – an interactive transfer planner which includes points projections and fixture rankings as part of an automated spreadsheet. It as an upgraded version of the planner that I shared last season which some of you may have seen and I spent time during the off-season to make some significant improvements.
This spreadsheet will now be offered as part of the new FFGeek Patreon site which went live last week as a tier 2 feature. So, for only $3 (~£2.59) per month, you will be provided with a weekly update of the spreadsheet along with all of the other benefits being offered on Patreon.
From a high-level perspective, the planner enables you to input your own FPL team and see two things:
1) A quick visual overview of the upcoming fixtures for your team with each fixture colour coded to show the easiness of a player’s fixture schedule
2) Each player in your squad will also have a points projection for the next 5 games. You are then able to assess potential transfers that you are looking to make in order to see if they improve your projected points
Below you can find a Youtube video where I explain the finer details of the spreadsheet and provide a visual demonstration to help you understand how it works – this should also show how user-friendly it is.
I am excited to be part of the Patreon project here on FFGeek and look forward to some of you joining us as well!
Again here’s the link to the FFGeek Patreon site
FFGeek FPL league code
Here’s our FPL league code: