It’s a short gameweek with only five premiership matches to make fantasy points from. Jon and Kevin review their plans from a few weeks ago with an eye towards gameweek 31 when there are six teams having a double gameweek. Look to move in players from the Manchester teams, and they discuss whether or not there is value to be had in Sunderland’s players.
Matt and Kev are here again to look back on the first trophy of the season as Manchester City lift the 2014 Capital One Cup. The guys also review a controversial weekend in the Premier League which included a managerial headbutt and fines for diving. Matt is still celebrating Aston Villa’s explosion of goals while there is an examination of what is going wrong at Arsenal, Norwich, Cardiff and Fulham. There is also a review of European action, a discussion on Sol Campbell and of course a new Jackass of the Week plus much more. A truly packed podcast!
Kevin and Jon review the week that was and plan for the short gameweek (only eight matches). However, there is a lot of preplanning for gameweek 29 when there are only five matches on tap. Can you maximize points and plan ahead? The lads do their best to figure out how not to take a hit.
Join Matt and Kev as they look back at Manchester United’s disastrous Champions League fixture in Greece and the impending Moyesaggedon at Old Trafford. The guys also look back at the weeks Premier League action, talk Arsenal statues and look at the action from Europe’s major leagues. There is also a review of the Euro 2016 Qualifying draw and a new Jackass of the Week.
Jon and Kevin give out their mea culpas after missing the short gameweeks to review who to take for the weekend. They agree on an in-form striker and look at Tottenham’s midfield for some potential transfers. They also review the next three gameweeks as a lot of teams are out of the action and forewarn against trading away talent you can’t buy back. Also, the pod gets invaded by a jackhammer at about thirteen minutes in.
Join Kevin and Matt as they look back on the return of the Champions League which saw ten man City fail to overcome Barcelona. The guys also look at the weekend’s FA Cup action and react to Rene Muelensteen’s departure from Fulham. There is also a new Jackass of the Week, a review of top European action and much more!
Join Kev and Matt as they review a week of stunning results in the Premier League including Liverpool’s destruction of Arsenal and Fulham’s late show at Old Trafford. The guys also look at West Ham’s week of bliss and ask what Norwich has to do to get a win. There is also a review of Europe’s biggest leagues, a new Jackass of the Week and much more. Enjoy!
Join Kevin and Jon as they criss-cross the premier league’s upcoming game week they look at value defenders. They miss the Chelsea bus, but that is something they will never ever ever do again. After talking up the merits of Chelsea’s back line for fantasy points they also mildly recommend looking to Sunderland, Crystal Palace and possibly even lowly old Fulham. If you are trying to decide between Rooney and Mata, they both fall on the side of Mata. And to wrap it up, they look for the players to consider from Everton, Aston Villa and West Brom. All this in about fifteen minutes! Truly, it’s a premiership record.
With the deadline for playing your January wildcard rapidly approaching Kevin and Jon look at your options. Jon reveals his tactical genius by making Cabaye his captain and then gets West Ham and Aston Villa’s keepers mixed up. There are a lot of options for players performing as well as why it’s not a bad idea to stock up on the new (and newly healthy) Manchester United players.
Matt & Kevin are back to review the week in football including what the future holds for Manchester United with the signing of Juan Mata. The guys look ahead to an excellent 5th Round draw for the FA Cup and the latest rumours from the transfer window which is rapidly coming to a close. There is a review of the top European leagues, a new Jackass of the Week and much more. Enjoy!