Fantasy football is a game in which participants assemble an imaginary team of real
life players and score points based on those players' actual performance in matches.
Usually players are selected from one specific division in a particular country,
although there are many variations.
As well as competing in the overall league you can also set up a league of your own
to take on your friends in direct competition. To find out more or to get involved
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Hello Fantasy Football fans! After months of waiting, watching and debating the transfers
and tribulations of the world’s favourite league Fantasy Football 2011/12 is now
I can feel your joy throbbing through my servers, and yet i can sense that this feeling
of elation is tempered with confusion and even mild panic. “How the hell am i going
to beat that smug prick who dominates my work league?” is the question flashing across
the minds of every Fantasy Football manager. The simple answer my children, is with
the help of FantasyFootballInfo.co.uk. We’ll be here right through the season to
offer help and advice for Daily Telegraph Fantasy Football and for the first time
Premier League Fantasy Football, starting with a preview of the season giving you
the inside knowledge you need to pick the perfect Fantasy Football team.
For those of you feeling particularly brave, we’ve got a couple leagues set up in
the various games so come and take us on if you’ve got the balls. Stuart Vaughan,
i’m coming for this you this year son! Entry details can be found on the main site,
unless of course you’re a massive pussy.
So, let’s crack on then. I’ve got Gary Neville making nest in my loft and i don’t
want him to disturb the pigeons.
Strategy yada yada yada…
Simple. Pick the players that are certain to do well, predict the cheapos who will
over perform and don’t cane your tranfers through boredom like i always do. It’s
more difficult these days without the likes of Henry and Fat Frank smashing in the
goals. Even Stevie G is ruled out until October with a ‘groin infection’ or something.
Here’s some suggestions anywho.
The ‘Must Haves’
Darren Bent (Aston Villa) – I’m shocked that this guy hasn’t been picked up by a
top 4 team. It doesn’t matter what club he’s playing for, Darren Bent is proven Premier
League quality who gets goals. Takes pens too which is handy and doesn’t get injured
that often. Without Young and Downing Villa won’t be as good this season but if you
can score shed loads of goals for Charlton and Sunderland then you’ve got some skills.
A Fantasy Football banker.