Had to make some forced change to your starting squad? Here’s how you don’t destroy your side accidentally.
In the past 24 hours, my side has undergone some serious surgery. With just hours until round one commences this is what my SuperCoach side will look like.
I’ve squeezed every penny so if teams aren’t kind, I will need to make some structural adjustments and therefore personnel could be drastically changed! But as of right now, this is how I’m hoping to start what is going to be the strangest and most unpredictable season of Dream Team anyone has ever seen.
With Hours to go until the opening round of AFL gets underway, I’ve decided to share with you my current AFLFantasy side.
Fox has revealed what his SuperCoach will look like for round one
Clear the decks, don’t save any remnant of it, do whatever you can and delete the team from existence. I know it feels like you’ve struck upon fantasy utopia and eliminating the team now will undo months of hard work. Now is the time to delete your team and start again.
Earlier today the AFL relocated the clash between St Kilda and Port Adelaide. The game will now take place a week later at Marvel Stadium. For fantasy football coaches this now provides a massive change to how we navigate the multi bye rounds.
Last weekend the GWS Giants were hit with horrible news. The clubs reigning best and fairest winner Tim Taranto injured his shoulder and will require surgery. This reconstruction will mean he misses the next four to five months. With a return unlikely until after the bye round, it opens up an opportunity inside the Giants midfield. But for who?
For the first time in over a decade, State of Origin Footy is back! And while on first glance it may not seem like it, but it has huge implications on our fantasy footy teams for 2020.
One of the hardest things in doing my annual 50 Most Relevant is culling players from the countdown that could be relevant in fantasy footy in 2020. Here are just some of the players that I wanted to squeeze in, but couldn’t.