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English Premier League

OK Arsenal Fans it’s Fantasy Football time – which Gunners to go for?

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Which Arsenal players will you select in your fantasy football team?

Arsenal kick off their Premier League campaign this weekend against Aston Villa, so before kick-off at the Emirates Stadium make sure you get your fantasy football team finalised. With a quiet summer in the transfer market for the north London club, you will be left to pick from last year's squad that finished in fourth place in the Premier League.

The Friday Fit: Thomas Vermaelen, Arsenal

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Image: Ed Jones/AFP/GettyImages. You'd think he'd have the decency to wear some sort of disguise to hide his hawt, wouldn't you? Our fantasy muscles are still undergoing extensive physio after this news broke.

Adventures in the Fantasy Premier League, Gameweek 31

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Squeaky Bum Time- As the clock ticks on this year's Premier League, fantasy managers everywhere are beginning to sweat. Whatever your motivation – pub bragging rights, office sweepstakes, England job – the importance of cashing in on opportunities...

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Fantasy Premier League

FPL Buyer Beware: The Analogy of Gareth McAuley

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3 gameweeks down, 35 to go. That's 92% of the Premier League season left, then. Plenty of work for fantasy managers to do. Let us help you a bit as you wait out the international  break this week and ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 2 Preview

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After a surprising yet entertaining opening weekend to the Premier League season, we're back with our Gameweek 2 Fantasy Preview. We hope you drafted in the likes of Ivanovic, Michu, and/or Torres last week. They delivered the goods. Who will ... Continue reading →

Euro 2012 Fantasy vs Reality: Group D

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We've previewed the tournament's best fantasy assets defenders, midfielders, and strikers over the last week and a half. And this week, we've gone group by group and unearthed a few gems on a country by country basis, so ... Continue reading →

Euro 2012 Fantasy vs Reality: Group C

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Just one day to go until the big kickoff. A month of international frenzy and new stars will be upon us but let's make sure we have our Euro Fantasy 2012 squads in order first. We've previewed Groups A ... Continue reading →

Butt’s Brain: Rodgers to Liverpool & Euro 2012 on the Way…

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A bit of what's going on in Butt's Brain as we prepare to roll out our Euro 2012 fantasy previews imminently... But first, some news: Liverpool choose Swansea's Rodgers, not Wigan's Martinez [SB Nation] Frank Lampard suffers England Euro 2012 ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 37 Preview

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Two weeks to go. Title still up for grabs. Top 4 places still up for grabs. Relegation spots and safety still up for grabs. And, oh yeah, fantasy minileagues. One of the best Premier League seasons for the neutral in ... Continue reading →

Funny Feeling Friday: Steven Gerrard

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An injury prone season from one of the Premier League's best ever players leaves him just 2% owned by fantasy managers. 2% owned. With a double gameweek and penalty and free kick duties, I think Gerrard is good for ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 35 Preview

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Let the Double Gameweeks begin... Bolton & Aston Villa are this weekend's beneficiaries, but are they worth the fantasy investment? Here's our weekend Premier League preview. I. Chelsea @ Arsenal: Arsenal lost to Wigan this week. Meanwhile, Chelsea beat both ... Continue reading →

Funny Feeling Friday: Jonathan Walters

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He's been replaced as a fantasy "budget darling," in the midfield months ago. He doesn't have a goal or an assist in 12 starts! 12 starts! Not since 2011 has Stoke's Jonathan Walters provided decent fantasy returns. But that won't ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 26 Preview

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It's been quite a break from Premier League action with FA Cup, Europa League and Champions League football taking centre stage, but the 2.7 million fantasy managers worldwide can now log back in to their FPL accounts and get ... Continue reading →

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 25

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Another huge weekend as the race at the top tightens and the England managerial role remains vacant. Let's focus on club over country for now, though, and preview this week's best potential fantasy performers... I. Liverpool @ Manchester United: Huge. ... Continue reading →

Balotelli Ban: Edin Dzeko Time?!

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Mario Balotelli faces a potential 4-match ban (3 league games) for a stamp on Scott Parker in Manchester City's win over Tottenham on Sunday. While that's bad news for City fans, it's super news for fantasy managers / potential owners ... Continue reading →

Funny Feeling Friday: Craig Bellamy

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Luis Suarez is suspended as Liverpool take on Newcastle at Anfield today. Andy Carroll is the man with the massive spotlight on him, and at 9.1M and owned by just 2% of fantasy managers, is a 'funny feeling' contender in ... Continue reading →

Premier League Gameweek 19 Fantasy Preview

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Here we go. A disappointing week for many fantasy managers as the leading candidates in the Boxing Day fixtures failed to produce. Manchester United win 5-0 but neither Wayne Rooney nor Nani registered a single goal or assist. That's ridiculous. ... Continue reading →

Premier League Gameweek 17 Fantasy Preview

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Short week. Injuries and rotations taking effect during this busy winter schedule. Fantasy managers need 13-15 players fit and considered part of the "first team" to get through these next 10 days of rotation and exhaustion. Here we go... I. ... Continue reading →

Sturridge the Star & Drogba Back to his Bullying Best

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Daniel Sturridge created 2 goals and Didier Drogba was back to his bullying best as Chelsea handed Manchester City their first loss of the season yesterday in London. From a fantasy (and real-life) perspective, these two players couldn't be any ... Continue reading →

Injured Nemanja Vidic out for Four Months

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Amazingly, neither Manchester United nor Manchester City qualified for the knockout rounds of the Champions League. That's good news for fantasy managers, in the long run, as both clubs should put out their first choice lineups in the league from ... Continue reading →

Lucas out for Season: Big Blow for Liverpool

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Bad news for fantasy managers who own Liverpool defenders like the popular LB Jose Enrique and worse news for Liverpool fans who believe their club can make a Top-4 run and qualify for the Champions League. Lucas Leiva has been ... Continue reading →

Podcast

The du Nord Futbol Show Podcast Ep. 9

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Episode 9 of the du Nord Futbol Show podcast has been set free into the wild from its rusty cage!

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In this episode we cover the USA players in Europe, all the top MLS news including the return of Rock n Roller Juan Toja, the fantasy of the German national team players being born in America, CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, and tons upon tons of viewer mail.

Meet the youngest international manager in the world

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Watson for England By the age of 25, it's normally time to settle down in a job, accept that Phil Collins does indeed have a few catchy numbers and limber up for a begrudging jog towards reproduction and sensible haircuts. Certainly, the fantasy of becoming a respected figure on the global footballing stage is over.

The Rest

Arsenal Debate: Do we really want to take a risk on expensive players?

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Do the Gunners really need (or want) to spend big money? by PH

With the obvious lack of success at Arsenal over the last 7 or 8 years all the fans are getting frustrated and hoping for better times. However, it is easy to go over the top wishing Arsenal could get hold of this top player, or spend this many 10′s of millions on the latest in-form striker.

Let’s Play: Sell, Sign, Seduce

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We're fans of fantasy, make believe, the occasional slashy lit, and although we've done this sort of sizzle query many times over, why not put a Barbara Berlusconi-type spin on things for kicks? Side note: see what the lull between competitive NT football and domestic season football does to us? We're reduced to invalids whose [.

Champions League at its Finest; Munich Shock the Bernabeu

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Jump to May 19th. Real Madrid finally emerge from the shadow of Barcelona, completing the double taking home La Liga and the Champions League. Ronaldo scores a wonderful goal and is now considered the best in the world. Most suprising of all is the big smile on Jose Mourinho's face. It was a great fantasy and before Wednesday's match, it looked like a very real possibility.

MLS Fantasy Recap: Week 2

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Yes, yes, week two in my MLS Fantasy endeavor was more of the same. Decent but not great. Above average and still lacking true quality. I will give it up to MLS, this year's game is challenging and has some decent quality to it. It also shows I am pretty terrible at this game.

Anyways, my team (WVH AC) put out a decent 41 points this week.

Thursday Orange Slices: Dynamo Prepping for San Jose

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Dynamo News

  • Cameron learning when to attack (Houston Dynamo)
  • Camargo eager to get up and running again (MLS Soccer)
  • Pregame Soundbytes for San Jose game (HoustonDynamoVideos)
  • Dynamo Fantasy Update: Week 2 (Houston Dynamo)
  • The clearly-inferior-to-the-"Fuzion does the Power Rankings"-MLS Power Rankings (MLS Soccer)
  • Brad Davis' best pass ever (MLS Soccer)
  • Dynamo striker rotation policy (Glenn Davis Soccer)
  • Observations from reserve match (Glenn Davis Soccer)
  • Dynamo must be aware of Wondolowski (Glenn Davis Soccer)
Soccer News
  • Toronto Edge Out LA in CCL (Soccer by Ives)
  • Santos crush and eliminate Seattle 6-1 in CCL (Soccer By Ives)

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2012 Fan Statistics [INFOGRAPHIC]

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[Don't forget to enter for your chance to Win a Union Travel Mug from Philly Union Talk] Goals for. Goals against. Pass completion percentage. Minutes, miles, years, days, months. No sports fan can resist the temptation of cold hard stats. Maybe it's the fantasy of being able to understand what's basically inscrutable, to make logical sense out of a wildly unpredictable and emotional thing.

Team of the Week: Oops… Novara Did It Again

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If you told a group of people at the start of the season that Novara would beat Internazionale twice in 2011/12 you'd have been laughed out of the room. The fantasy became a reality on Sunday, however, when the relegation-threatened Biancoazzurri left the Giuseppe Meazza with another Nerazzurri scalp.

Can we fix it?

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 Yes we can!  The JimmyG2 Column A fantasy or a nightmare, I can't decide. Dear Daniel,. Just an informal thank-you on behalf of the 'Scheduling Committee' for your co-operation in the 'five goal thriller' as the tabloids would have it, on Sunday. We extend our thanks to Mr.Bale and Mr.Defoe for contriving to miss the late goal in such a convincing manner which had it been scored would

Modric and Sneijder should be top of Fergie’s shopping list

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Modric and Sneijder should be top of Fergie's shopping list

Gutted for Darren Fletcher, who looks like missing the rest of the season with a bowel disorder. I think he's seriously under-rated as a big-game player for Manchester United and Scotland. What I, and I'm sure millions of United fans would like to see now is Sir Alex Ferguson responding to his side's injury crisis by throwing his transfer beliefs out of the window for this January only.