Fantasy Football Picks For 2016
July 10, 2016 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

That time of year is creeping up on us again. The Premier League is nearly upon us which means that we are all going to become expert managers for a few weeks and then completely lose interest before October. Here are five players that you should keep an eye on when you decide to pick your team.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United)

Zlatan is one that will most definitely attract a massive price tag and lots of supports but he’s the only player in my top 5 list that I am going to warn you to stay clear of. That massive chunk of money could be put to better use in other areas. The guy is undoubtedly top class but is 34 years old now, his first time in the Premier League with a whole new team and it’s a big ask to see him cracking out the same return as when he was in Ligue 1.

Nathan Redmond (Southampton)

Redmond oftened showed glimpses of raw talent at Norwich and he should have been used more than just as an impact player of the bench. With Southampton losing Sadio Mane, I expect Redmond to slot right in there on that right wing alongside Steven Davis and Dusan Tadic. Southampton have beaten all odds year in year out since coming up from the Championship and I expect Redmond to play a key role as they do the same this season.

Danny Ings (Liverpool)

Ings is the type of striker that Jurgen Klopp just loves. If the former England u21 can stay fit, he’ll be right up there in the pecking order. His high energy style fits right in with the German’s gegenpressing style. If Ings is to get his place in that team, he’s sure to bag a few goals too. He proved with Burnley that he knows where the goal is as long as he’s playing regular football.

Demarai Gray (Leicester)

Chances are that, before the end of the summer, one or more of that Leicester title winning side will have been snapped up by teams who are more consistent in hunting for silverware rather than just a flash in the pan league win. (I have a cheeky tenner on Leicester to go down this season). With that said, places in the starting team could become available and one player I like is their January signing Demarai Gray. With a full pre-season with the team under his belt, more game time is sure to come his way and his full array of skills will be shown.

Timothy Fosu Mensah (Manchester United)

He came on the scene towards the tail end of last season and this centre half cum right back is definitely one to be reckoned with. His ability to get up and down the field along with his love of pinging crosses into the box means that his number of assists could be off the charts if he’s to be trusted by Jose Mourinho ahead of Matteo Darmian and Guillermo Varela.

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Fantasy Football Picks For 2016
July 10, 2016 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

That time of year is creeping up on us again. The Premier League is nearly upon us which means that we are all going to become expert managers for a few weeks and then completely lose interest before October. Here are five players that you should keep an eye on when you decide to pick your team.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United)

Zlatan is one that will most definitely attract a massive price tag and lots of supports but he’s the only player in my top 5 list that I am going to warn you to stay clear of. That massive chunk of money could be put to better use in other areas. The guy is undoubtedly top class but is 34 years old now, his first time in the Premier League with a whole new team and it’s a big ask to see him cracking out the same return as when he was in Ligue 1.

Nathan Redmond (Southampton)

Redmond oftened showed glimpses of raw talent at Norwich and he should have been used more than just as an impact player of the bench. With Southampton losing Sadio Mane, I expect Redmond to slot right in there on that right wing alongside Steven Davis and Dusan Tadic. Southampton have beaten all odds year in year out since coming up from the Championship and I expect Redmond to play a key role as they do the same this season.

Danny Ings (Liverpool)

Ings is the type of striker that Jurgen Klopp just loves. If the former England u21 can stay fit, he’ll be right up there in the pecking order. His high energy style fits right in with the German’s gegenpressing style. If Ings is to get his place in that team, he’s sure to bag a few goals too. He proved with Burnley that he knows where the goal is as long as he’s playing regular football.

Demarai Gray (Leicester)

Chances are that, before the end of the summer, one or more of that Leicester title winning side will have been snapped up by teams who are more consistent in hunting for silverware rather than just a flash in the pan league win. (I have a cheeky tenner on Leicester to go down this season). With that said, places in the starting team could become available and one player I like is their January signing Demarai Gray. With a full pre-season with the team under his belt, more game time is sure to come his way and his full array of skills will be shown.

Timothy Fosu Mensah (Manchester United)

He came on the scene towards the tail end of last season and this centre half cum right back is definitely one to be reckoned with. His ability to get up and down the field along with his love of pinging crosses into the box means that his number of assists could be off the charts if he’s to be trusted by Jose Mourinho ahead of Matteo Darmian and Guillermo Varela.

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