The fantasy football league for the new campaign kicked off recently and there are a lot of selections being made by players in order to get as much points as possible in the first few weeks of the season. There are also a lot of bargain purchases that can make a lot of difference to the points tally. Some of the top bargains are:
The fantasy football campaign for another season is almost upon us. One of the best techniques to end up with a successful team is to pick up as many bargains as possible - which means taking a closer look at the sides that were promoted, and are relative unknowns.
The new Premier League fixtures have come out for the 2019-20 campaign. This gives an opportunity for fantasy football fans to start working on the teams that could end up giving them the ultimate place by the end of the season. The Fantasy Premier League is the official home of the fantasy games since it is offered by the Premier League. Unlike some of the other competitions, this is completely free and there are some great prizes to be won by the highest-rated teams at the end of the season. The competition officially opened on June 13 for the upcoming campaign and there are 380 fixtures that have been released for the 2019-20 campaign.
Eintracht Frankfurt has pulled off quite a few upsets in their current Europa League campaign. Teams like Internazionale, Benfica etc. were all considered to be stronger in comparison and still they managed to get past them all. It has a lot to do with the tactical astuteness of their head coach, Adi Hutter.
Netherlands international Arjen Robben has said that he is hopeful of featuring for Bayern Munich during the final stage of the campaign. The Dutchman has been sidelined for the past five months with a recurring calf problem, but he has returned to first-team training ahead of the closing stages of the season.
Graeme Souness reckons that it is not possible for someone to come with a magic stick and turn the current situation of Manchester United upside down in a jiffy. Although people have big expectations with the boss Ole, he can’t provide solution immediately because the kind of situation the Red Devils find themselves in right now, it’s because of their poor strategy in terms of the signings that they have made in the last few years and now to turn it around from here, it’s going to take them several seasons and that too if they are smart enough, unless of course they have some outstanding young talent coming through the ranks from the B team who can straightaway meet the demands of the first team.
TalkSPORT pundit Tony Cascarino has said that the potential departure of Eden Hazard from Chelsea could leave a huge void which can be compared to that of Arsenal after the sale of Thierry Henry. The Belgium international currently has 14 months remaining on his present deal with the Blues and reports indicate that the club are increasingly considering his sale amid the ongoing contract standoff.