Learn from ‘The Great and The Good’ FPL managers before Gameweek 13

Fantasy Football Scout community writer Greyhead continues with her series of articles analyzing the Fantasy Premier League (FPL) strategies and transfers of a number of well-known Fantasy managers, from consecutive top finishers. 10k to famous faces.

This year’s The Great and The Good are scouts Joe Lepper, Neale Rigg, Geoff Dance and Tom Freeman, FPL Wire’s Zophar, from the Hall of Fame Fabio Borges, FPLMatthew, Yavuz Kabuk and Tom Stephenson, Black Box of Az and Mark Sutherns, FPL “celebrity people” LTFPL Andy, Magnus Carlsen and General FPL plus last year’s minor league winner Les Caldwell.

“Work, make it, do it, do it for us: harder, better, faster, stronger”

You won’t be excited about the packed schedule of FPL activity over the next few weeks! We have nine weeks of Gameweb crammed into the next 42 days, if you read this article on November 23, the opposite will be 41 days if you read on November 24 or even 40 days if you read… anyway , you also get the gist. It will be a frenzied FPL!

The international holiday brings a series of surprises with Roberto FirminoInjuries (£8.8m) Diogo Jota (7.5 million pounds) comfortable owner, Phil Foden (£8.3m) feels a disturbance and many believe that Harry Kane £12.2m will be needed after scoring against a few accountants, sales assistants and ceramics shop workers.

Then there’s the fun of the manager. One can only assume that club presidents think there are supply chain problems in coaching, as they hoard new managers with Steven Gerrard, Dean Smith and Eddie Howe, all of put their club on a much improved track record.



Geoff jumped long with this week’s top score of 85, with 53 of those points coming from his defense as Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.8 million pounds), Antonio Rudiger (5.9 million pounds), Joao Cancelo (6.6 million pounds) and Reece James (£6.1m) all of which bring him double-digit sums.

Az remains at the top, despite the captain’s misstep as he miscalculates how fragile Ole’s steering is, as is his pick. Cristiano Ronaldo £12.4m only provided a support when he should have gone double figures Emmanuel Dennis (£5.2 million).

This is a better comeback than Kane has provided for Magnus, who bet on the Spurs forward but he was once again unable to add his only Premier League goal for the season, despite three shots inside the box against Leeds United.


Here is a summary of this week’s transfers:

Az – Ronaldo, Johnson (Vardy, Duffy)

LTFPL Andy – Kane, Omobamidele (Vardy, Laporte)

Fabio Borges – Jota (Raphinha)

Joe Lepper – Not available

Geoff Dance – Kane (Vardy)

FPL overview – Not available

Les Caldwell – Kane (Vardy)

Magnus Carlsen – Wilson, Kane (Vardy, Aubameyang)

Mark Sutherns – Guaita (Sanchez)

FPL Matthew – Kane, McArthur (Vardy, Mbeumo)

Neale Rigg – Cancelo (Christensen)

Tom Freeman – Not available

Tom Stephenson – Not available

Yavuz Kabuk – Alexander-Arnold, Gallagher (Azpilicueta, Havertz)

Zophar – Not available

Kane was the most popular transfer of the week with high hopes for Conte revolution, but he was left disappointed, Jamie Vardy (£10.6m) is a loser for most of them. Az has gone with Ronaldo instead of Kane and he will be hoping that Michael Carrick can temporarily inspire some kind of reaction; I wonder if Cristiano would pick the team himself and leave the tea making task to Michael.

Mark did a sexy goalie trade this week and that move once again seems cursed as Vincente Guaita (£4.6m) conceded three goals on his debut, although at least he managed to score some saves. Magnus moves for Callum Wilson (£7.4m) caught the eye because although he was empty, he had five shots inside the box and ‘attacking attack’ appeared to be Eddie Howe’s tactic to avoid relegation, meaning striker must score.


Salah's supervisory role in the FPL as Alexander-Arnold continues his search at field 2

The template for The Great and The Good is as follows with numbers in brackets indicating how many teams they appear on:-

Foster (11), Ramsdale (6)
Alexander-Arnold (15), Cancelo (14), Livramento (13), Rudiger / Chilwell / James (5)
Salah (15), Raphinha (11), Foden (10), Mbuemo (9), Brownhill (7)
Antonio (13), Toney (11), Kane (7)

Kane is the big name to appear in the pattern this week, replacing Vardy. Yavuz’s purchase of Alexander-Arnold ultimately meant he had 100% ownership but perhaps the biggest surprise was that James and Ben Chilwell (£6.0m) with no greater ownership.


One of the best ways to boost your rankings is through explosive profits, and the following chart shows how many double-digit hits The Great and The Good have hit this season:


It’s no surprise that Az and Tom lead this metric, which is one of the factors that helped them land in the top 20k. Perhaps alarmingly for the others, it could be three more for Az when he’s already on the bench Ben Foster (4.1 million pounds), Aaron Ramsdale (4.8 million pounds) and Emile Smith-Rowe (£5.9m) over the past few weeks.


Looking at the players behind this comeback, it’s not shocking to see Mohamed Salah £13.0m is at the top but the fact that Alexander-Arnold, Cancelo and James are next on the list shows that it is finally time to get great at the back and maybe even consider wearing the bandages. captain for one of them?


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A strong pattern is forming with four defenders seemingly being the optimal strategy, complemented by a Mo perma captaincy whose true character is crafted by your choice of midfield striker and midfield player. central. As always, it’s best to look ahead, as the fixtures head to Manchester over the next few weeks, so many of us will be keeping a close eye on the Old Trafford soap opera to see if they can. act together and specify someone or not. to give them an attack on a green suit.

Anyway, that’s all mine for now and remember not to have nightmares.

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