the top FPL managers – 15 managers who have finished in the top 10k OR the last 3 seasons


Here’s the return of our 10 top FPL managers article except this season we’ve got 15. Yes 15 FPL managers who have finished inside the overall rank of the top 10k the last 3 seasons. In fact their average overall rank over those 3 seasons is 4k. These are remarkably consistent performing managers. Each gameweek we analyse their teams including player representation, formations, transfers, chips and captains. You can also see their FPL IDs.

the top FPL managers – 15 managers who have finished in the top 10k OR the last 3 seasons

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The criteria I’ve always been looking for is managers who’ve finished in the top 10k for the last 3 years when FPL has become considerably harder due to the amount of people playing and the information available.

You’ll see that alot of managers talk about how many top 500 ranks they have but don’t mention that they were in 2012 when there were less than a quarter of the managers playing now and a lot less information. Also I’m trying to avoid high risk contrarian managers who finish top 500 one season then 500k the next.

That’s why I’ve concentrated on the last 3 seasons when 8-9 million managers were playing and when the amount of information and serious obsessive managers is unlike seasons of the past.

To finish in the top 10k the last 3 seasons is remarkable consistency.

This time I’ve found 15 so I thought I would use all 15. It includes FFGeek Contributor Pete Allaway who will be showing his team each week on the site

The 15 managers stats

These managers are incredible and every bit as impressive as last season.

1. The overall average finishing overall rank of the top 15 managers in the last 3 seasons is 4,339

2. The top 15 FPL managers have not been out of the top 10k in the last 3 seasons (ie 45 times playing)

3. 6 of the 15 have finished in the top 1,000 in the last 3 seasons

4. 5 of the 15 have finished in the top 500 in the last 3 seasons

What you can see?

You can see their gameweek score, their total points, transfers and captain choice for the gameweek plus a break down of the player representation in the 12 players teams.

From that you can see the FFGeek version of the FPL template which is a crucial part of my FPL strategy

I’ll also give the identities, last 3 season’s histories and FPL IDs of the 12 FPL managers so you can look at each managers team individually

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