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The Banterbury Cup is the Banterbury League version of the FA Cup, where the league table is thrown out of the window and the minnows in the lower leagues can pit their fantasy football expertise and attempt to cause an upset against those teams in the top leagues. All 80 teams enter the Cup at the start of the season and ties are played every 5 game-weeks on a knockout basis until GW35 when the remaining two teams compete in the final to see who will be crowned Banterbury Cup Winner 2013/14. The Banterbury Shield is our version of the Champions League, where the top 4 teams from the top 4 div...[Read More]

Fantasy football 2014 – 2015 Latest news FPL Fantasy Premier League

Fantasy football 2014 – 2015 Latest news FPL Fantasy Premier League Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho had confirmed on Friday that Juan Mata will have a medical at Manchester United ahead of a move to the Premier League champions, and the Red Devils have now confirmed that they have finalised a deal which will go ahead pending a medical and agreement on personal terms. United also confirmed that the deal is for a “club record fee”, thought to be £37 million. Since joining from Valencia for £23.5m in August 2011 Mata has twice been voted Player of the Year at Stamford Bridge but slip...[Read More]

Current Set Piece Takers FPL 2013-14

Having set piece specialists in your Fantasy Football Team can greatly increase your weekly points potential. Below is the current list of penalty takers, direct and indirect free kick takers and corner takers in order of preference. Please note that this could be subject to change as a result of injuries and suspensions.

Sunday Review GW17 – FPL Fantasy Premier League

Southampton 2-3 Spurs Managerless Spurs made the trip to St Mary’s to take on a Southampton side that have lost a bit of form of late. With no AVB in sight, it was up to Tim Sherwood to try and turns things around for Spurs and attempt to get them back up the table. Things did not start well for them though as after 13 minutes Adam Lallana opened the scoring for the Saints with a lovely turn and clinical finish. Danny Fox was credited with the assist as he passed the ball to his skipper to open the scoring. Then from absolutely nothing, Spurs equalised as Roberto Soldado chased down a pa...[Read More]

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