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Grab, Avoid or Bore Off! – Fantasy Premier League 2017-18 Part 1

Grab, Avoid or Bore Off! – Fantasy Premier League 2017-18 Part 1

Grab, Avoid or Bore Off! – Fantasy Premier League 2017-18 Part 1

As you should all be aware we are now entering crunch time for the season. The DGWs are on the horizon and a Blank GW is even closer still. In addition to Cezary’s superb article on how to negotiate GW31, we have again turned to some FPL ‘experts’ as to what plans they are making for GW31 and also some other more general FPL topics. And of course we finish in a more light-hearted fashion as we allow our panel to express their views on some easy targets!

Our article is split into two groups. In this episode we have the old codgers – three people who helped to found FF247 and play an active day-to-day role in ensuring the site is what it is. You know them all well and they should need little introduction. However, that wouldn’t be any fun.

First up is Mito. Always willing to offer very candid advice, our resident Colombian is nowhere more at home than on twitter as he torments suffering fans – preferably Arsenal, Man Utd or Liverpool ones if he could choose!

Joining Mito is Init. Not much gets past Init, he remembers everything you’ve ever said, any controversial or embarrassing comment ever made. But in a nice, jokey way. Sort of! Oh and he’s pretty good at FPL too (mandatory compliment ticked!).

Completing the set is Kop. Happy, chirpy, smiling Kop. Always positive and looking on the bright side of life, Kop is always there when the chips are down to remind you that there is always someone worse off than yourself!

That’s enough waffling, let’s see what divine wisdom the old gits have for us.

Thanks for reading Grab, Avoid or Bore Off! – Fantasy Premier League 2017-18. Part 1. This article was compiled by Cookie

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  1. 19
    AT says:

    Cracking read lads. Always like the GABO articles. It also means I don’t have to think of my own plan for the BGWs/DGWs! :p

    Mystic Mito with that Mane performance!

  2. 20
    FC Sanchez says:

    I believe The Colombian Clairvoyant went w/ Aguero (c) Neymar and Firmino. I think he said he pressed random “fill-in” earlier and ‘forgot’ to get back to sorting his galacticos until after kick-off! He seems to be a special type of oxymoronic oracle – an amnesic one!

  3. 21
    Seals says:

    Actually having a decent UCL team week for a change! Close at the top! Shame Mito forgot to change his team as if he put Mane in then he would be flying

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  4. 22
    man u man says:

    Hey guys, any suggestions for this team?

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  5. 23
    SAFs_hairdryer says:

    Half an hour in and it’s a close game

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  6. 24
    Horse says:

    Cookie is a good manager. Let’s see what he can do second half

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