Here’s the telegraph fantasy football version of the 2nd part in a series of articles on the players I rate in telegraph fantasy football. I’ve done strikers and now (see link at bottom of page) I’m on to midfielders (or at least part 1 of midfielders).
I’m going to outline in a series of articles the players I rate, beginning with strikers. If you read my article on strategy “23 rules of play ” see link at bottom of article, you know that I believe that the underlying shooting stats are the key to a players success in fantasy premier league whether they be midfield or a striker. Now I’m going to do a piece in each game format this one for Telegraph Fantasy Football on the players I think you should be considering based on their underlying stats. The articles will be tweaked for each format so only read the format you intend to play to avoid repetition.
So heres the 2nd part on the Telegraph fantasy football potential bargains. Ive put the link at the bottom of the site to the first part (paste it in to your browswer if it doesnt work as a link)
Ive repeated the context below of this article for people who havent read the 2 articles in order. Remember these tips can change in their importance as transfers happen. Don’t worry though in the week before the opening game I will review all teams, including potential bargains, so this can be updated
Here’s the replication of my article for sky sports for the telegraph fantasy football format. I’m going to repeat parts of that article in order to set the scene for Telegraph Fantasy Football managers who didn’t read the sky Sports article. As I said with quality over all the premier league this season and the likes of Rooney and Aguero looking near must haves in our Telegraph Fantasy Football team, finding value elsewhere is going to be essential. Here’s the first of a series of articles identifying value in a player (ie a potential bargain) after looking through all teams in the Telegraph Fantasy Football format.
What’s the best way of approaching the choice of goal keeper for your Sky Sports fantasy football and Telegraph team. What type of team should the goal keeper play for and how much money should I spend are questions that will be asked by Sky Sports fantasy football and Telegraph managers. I’ll help solve these questions and give you some choices for this year. This article will split the analysis in to 2 halves. Firstly the single goal keeping format of the Sky Sports Fantasy Football and the Telegraph format and then a further article for the 2 goal keeper format of the barclays fantasy premier league and facebook fantasy premier league game. It will also give you some hints on who to choose this year.
So the Telegraph fantasy football site is now open and then there were 2 now that sky has opened. Again I haven’t done it before but it seems like Sky based on the 30 transfer fixed value model but with no captain. . and weirdly includes FA cup games.
The Telegraph fantasy football league for fantasy football geek is now open!
The Telegraph fantasy football Access code is 8000505. It’s free to enter my league.
There’s a £100 prize for the winner of the fantasy football geek Telegraph fantasy football league.
Here’s the spiel from the site itself:
“£100,000 to be won
Get your first team free
Telegraph Fantasy Football 2012/13