Key Principles to FPL Success - Extra Time!
Matthew Jones is, arguably, the most consistently good FPL player in the world. In nine seasons, Matthew has finished top 500 three times, top 10k seven times and never finished lower than 15,535 (in his first season). He's also a dab hand at Sky having finished 2nd overall in 16/17, his first season, proving his strategies…
Very interesting read @mj6987. Your patience and planning is second to none. I think that I'm fairly patient, but nowhere near your level! I bet you still have 39 transfers left in Sky ;)
It's impossible to argue with your results, but do you ever struggle with value in the second half of the season? Or maybe its actually helped by not transferring in and out the same players?
I built a website to justify my addiction.
Thanks Will. I think my team value is quite poor compared with a lot of others at the moment so you could have a point there. By the way, on Sky, you’re wrong - I only have 38 left! 😂
Very interesting, Matthew! I'm quite curious about your Success move. Would he be considered a bandwagon?
Also, he's not exactly nailed on, yeah? If he misses out his place once Deeney is back?
He seems to have become a mini bandwagon although I was going to get him before I realised that! I just liked the look of him on Match of the Day. He’s definitely not nailed, needs to keep playing well to keep his place.
Nice. I wonder if you're planning to double up on Mane and Salah given their upturn in fixtures from the next GW.
That was the plan. Richarlison to Mane. Richarlison haul has made this a bit more difficult!
Jay Egersdoff, in his video was actually talking about taking off Aguero and doubling up on Liverpool because of the Aguero's limited minutes. Wonder what do you make of it?
I’m not a massive fan of that move but let’s see what happens today. You could easily see Kun doing well vs United at home and then they’ve got a decent few fixtures