Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups May Welcome everyone to the final round up of the 2014/15 season. It was a great ride for many, in particular the ones that we have consistently seen showing up in this monthly article. There was some ups and downs along the way in this very weird season and for those of you who had a rough season, you can I least feel good knowing that the scores reset and we start anew. Now let us have a look to see who gets a mention this time. FF247 Overall League. Top of the shop and gold medal winner is Sakari Uutela with a grand total of 2365pts for his team ‘Oulunkylan’, well done. Our very own Alberto Mendonca aka ‘Albertini’ took silver with 2354pts with his team ‘Celtinha’. Only 1pt behind Alberto was David Ross in 3rd on ...[Read More]
Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups April. Welcome, welcome, one and all, To the April round up of fantasy football, Were you in hell or were you in heaven, It doesn’t really matter here at FF247. On this site we are all friends indeed, Young, middle-aged or gone to seed, Boy or girl it doesn’t matter, Help is at hand amongst the chatter. Init’s fixtures come at the beginning of the week, Teams easy games he does seek, Colour co-ordinated very nicely, Some are blue and green and red and even yellowee.
Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups March Welcome everyone to the round up of the FF247 leagues for the month of March. There were only 3 gameweeks due to an FA Cup weekend and an international break but there were some excellent scores recorded, so lets take a look at who enjoyed a fruitful month. FF247 Overall League. Top of the shop is still David Ross and his team ‘Rossaldinho’ with an overall total of 1840pts, this total has also put him at 145 in the world. In 2nd place is team ‘LFSteve’ for our old friend Steve Gayton, AKA, Quallathon with a total of 1830pts and ranked 232 in the world. Bronze goes to Ben Martin with his aptly named squad ‘Suarez ate my team’ with 1824pts and a world ranking of 305. Only 1pt + 2pts behind in 4th + 5th places res...[Read More]
Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups February Welcome one and all to the February FF247 leagues round up. Well I must say its nice to be back, I have tended to my personnel business, got new batteries in my hearing aid and given my jam jar glasses a good clean, so I’m raring to go. Thanks to my young apprentice for standing in at short notice and writing a great article for the month of January. I had a great meeting with Stevie G and Bruce Arena, all is looking swell for the LA Galaxy. Stevie has been given the number 8 shirt, which he is happy about, but there was some argument over taking the captaincy and penalty duties off former Liverpool team mate Robbie Keane, which are still to be resolved. There is also talk of Stevie building a brand new mansion not far from Liverpool, do...[Read More]
Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups January Welcome everyone to the January round up of the FF247 leagues. This article will be brought to you by a writer that was born after the invention of dirt, ME, Elle’s Apprentice. With our customary writer (Ellefcee) tending to some personal business, it will be my duty to take his place. Hopefully I do a good enough job so FF247 can send Elle to cover the L.A. Galaxy and bask in the sun with Stevie G. I am sure the better weather in the city of Angels will help his old bones out. So Elle just relax, turn down that hearing aid and take them Coca-Cola bottle glasses off, I got this. Well, enough of complimenting my boss, let’s get to the round up.
Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups December Welcome everyone to Decembers round up of the FF247 leagues. I hope you all had a cracker of a christmas, no pun intended, honest, (a scouser being honest, not buying into that at all, Ed), and a brilliant new year. Well there were a few good weeks, points wise, and a couple of bad weeks in December, so lets see who came out top of the shop. [highlight_yellow]Editor’s note: In the past our pictures have not lined up with the article because the screenshots taken from the FPL site in the Manager of the Month table in particular, did not take into account any hits that Ellefcee deducted. We have now hired Elle some help with the sorting of the sceenshots and everything should line up correctly. His help wishes to remain anonymous! [/highli...[Read More]
Fantasy Football 247 League Round Ups October Welcome folks to the October round up of the FF247 leagues. Did we all manage to jump on the high point scoring of the likes of Aguero and Tadic in GW8 or Sanchez in GW9? Lets have a look. FF247 Overall League. Top of the shop in the overall league goes to Lawrence Youel with his team ‘MurderOnZidanesFloor’ and a total of 581 points, well done Lawrence. A further 9pts behind with a total of 572 is Shanmugapathy Kathitasapathy (hope I spelt that right) with team ‘PaThYjR’. In 3rd came Nick Sim with his team Turtlepower and a total of 568pts. We had 2 teams equal for 4th on 566pts, they were ‘Dzeko&the Bonymen’ & ‘wegoagain FC’ for respective owners Kyle Shaughnessy and Archie Madal. FF247 M...[Read More]
Fantasy Football 247 League Updates September Hello everyone and welcome to the September round up of the FF247 leagues. So how did everyone do this month? Injuries were more common than a scouser in a car park and managers were dreading to be the first one to get the bullet, so lets see who managed to steer their teams through the mine field that is fantasy football and top our compliment of leagues. Any successful managers will be added to our Hall of Fame which is coming soon.
Fantasy Football 247 League Updates Welcome one and all to the August round up of the FF247 leagues. I hope eveyone had a good summer, enjoyed the World Cup and has come back fighting fit for the turmoil which is the Premier League for 9 months. So as quick as we compiled our teams for GW1 of the 2014/15 season then the first month is over already would you believe it so lets find out which fantasy teams got off to a flyer :-
FF247 final league tables- FPL Fantasy Football Premier League Welcome to the final overall, monthly, UFPL and doubles leagues round up. Well folks as the old Kenneth Wolstenholme saying from the 1966 world cup goes “there’s some people on the pitch, they think its all over, it is now”. FF247 Overall League :- The champion of the FF247 season 2013/2014 is Steve Faulkner and his team ‘Barntons Bashers’ with a grand total of 2537 points and an overall rank of 82. B Bash as he is known on the boards is a worthy winner as he led for most of the season and managed to hang on until the end, because team ‘Serendipity United’ in 2nd place for owner + regular poster Sarah Gowan were having a great end of season run and closing the gap all the time, finishin...[Read More]
FF247 League Manager of the Month April – FPL Fantasy Football Premier League Welcome to the FF247 round up for the month of April. Well we all had a Good Friday but who had a good fantasy football month? I’m pleased to announce, given all his hard work for FF247, Bench has come out on top with his team ‘Park Bench Exports’, with a total of 306 pts. Fantastic work Bench, well done! In 2nd place and just 1pt behind on 305 came Robbie Reilly with his team ‘DivingWorthyOfAnOscar’. A remarkable turmaround for Robbie and we are sure he will be on site to talk us through it all very soon! In 3rd spot was Mark Jervis with his team ‘Manchester is red’. They were the only players who managed to reach the 300’s but 1pt away was Jon Sharpe with hi...[Read More]
FF247 League Updates GW22 FPL Fantasy Premier League Welcome to our FantasyFootball 247 mid-month Leagues round up for January! Writing this from the side of a rooftop pool in southern central India, I am brought to mind the words of Mahatma Gandhi “Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth”. So hold fast to your convictions ladies and gents, and stay your course, as you fight your way up the league rankings. The Season League The festive season is now but a distant memory, though the dark winter nights remain – perhaps more for some managers than others… Wildcards have been played, some profitably, others with more than a few retrospective regrets, and even the occasional cry of “Why Always Me?!” So where has this merry dance left us?