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Dier, Eric

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  • Re: The Kun Penalty show - how are you doing this GW8?
    19 Oct 2014, 19:32

    72 +Di Maria once Subs Lampard and Dier :evil: come on for Costa/Zabaleta. Most annoying bit of my week was forgetting to rotate keepers and leaving Forster on the bench and Heaton playing :evil:
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  • Re: The Egg Cup Premier League 2014/15
    19 Oct 2014, 15:18

    Lucky Eggs

    Howard

    Bertrand
    van Aanholt
    Dier

    Fabregas
    Di Maria
    Chadli
    Rodwell :arrow: Sigurdsson

    Welbeck
    Falcao
    Costa

    Total £48.6
    Transfers Left:- 20

    Reasons for Transfers :-
    Better point scoring potential.
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  • Re: Lamela
    19 Oct 2014, 8:37

    Dennisthemenace wrote:
    Players in the same price bracket (up to 3.8) who are outscoring Lamela are:

    Sakho(3.8) 26
    Ulloa (3.8) 39
    Vardy (3.7) 24
    Schneiderlin (3.7) 27
    Tadic (3.7) 25
    Sigurdsson (3.6) 36
    Chadli (3.6) 37
    Downing (3.5) 34

    Routledge (3.5) 27
    Diame (3.4) 29
    Dyer (3.4) 28
    Rose (3.4) 24
    Dier (3.3) 30
    Moses (3.3) 22
    Fonte (3.3) 24
    Jedinak (3.3) 25
    Larsson (3.2) 28
    Shawcross (3.1) 23
    Clyne (3.1) 34
    Dorrans (2.9) 22
    Dann (2.8) 25
    Bertrand (2.7) 32
    Kaboul (2.7) 22
    Richardson (2.6) 26
    Dawson (2.4) 24
    Taylor (2.4) 24

    I'm looking at that lot and thinking who will finish 15pts ahead of Lamela at the end of the season and I am thinking just:

    Ulloa (Leicester's main man)
    Sigurdsson (pulls the strings for Swansea)
    Chadli (maybe, if he continues like he has)

    Ulloa and Sigurdsson are +2 more so there may well be a points deficit somewhere else in your team because of that +2 if you make the move.


    Tadic>Lamela 8-)
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    18 Oct 2014, 20:03

    Great advice, guys. Thanks a lot.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    18 Oct 2014, 12:59

    Pirlo's Beard wrote:
    scarletjim wrote:
    Erm he has scored 2 goals in 20 mins against the 4th best defence so far this season in the EPL - jeez, some people want the moon on a stick! :P :lol:

    What do you make of the Spurs performance so far, scarletjim? I thought they were excellent for the first 15, dier (see what I did there?) for the next 25, and then belatedly seemed to wake up again for the last 5 minutes. They can certainly cause City more problems in the second half, but their tendency to drop off as City players are running at them at pace and their complete failure to deal with Agüero must be worrying for you.


    Well I would give my analysis but it would be pretty much word for word what you've said! :) All I'd add is that Eriksen looked really inventive first half, hopefully that continues. And yes Aguero might well get a couple more, we simply can't deal with him, Kaboul doesn't want to get too tight coz we've already conceded 2 pens and Aguero has such quick tricky feet, but if you give him 2 yards, he can take a touch and score before you've had a chance to blink, so you can't win when he's in this mood. Sensational today.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    18 Oct 2014, 12:37

    scarletjim wrote:
    Erm he has scored 2 goals in 20 mins against the 4th best defence so far this season in the EPL - jeez, some people want the moon on a stick! :P :lol:

    What do you make of the Spurs performance so far, scarletjim? I thought they were excellent for the first 15, dier (see what I did there?) for the next 25, and then belatedly seemed to wake up again for the last 5 minutes. They can certainly cause City more problems in the second half, but their tendency to drop off as City players are running at them at pace and their complete failure to deal with Agüero must be worrying for you.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    18 Oct 2014, 12:22

    Dier yellow.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    18 Oct 2014, 10:51

    Dier, Kaboul, Fazio, Rose... Should have captained Agüero. :lol:

    I assume Vert has a niggle.

    Mason and Soldado too... :lol:
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  • Re: TFF chit chat 18th, 19th and 20th October
    18 Oct 2014, 10:49

    City team: Hart, Clichy, Demichelis, Kompany (C), Sagna, Milner, Lampard, Fernando, Navas, Silva, Aguero
    SUBS: Caballero, Kolarov, Boyata, Toure, Fernandinho, Jovetic, Dzeko

    Spurs team: Lloris, Dier, Fazio, Kaboul (c), Rose; Capoue, Mason; Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela; Soldado
    SUBS : Vorm, Vertonghen, Dembele, Stambouli, Townsend, Adebayor, Kane.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    18 Oct 2014, 10:48

    Hart, Clichy, Demichelis, Kompany (C), Sagna, Milner, Lampard, Fernando, Navas, Silva, Aguero
    Lloris, Dier, Fazio, Kaboul (c), Rose; Capoue, Mason; Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela; Soldado
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  • Re: The Egg Cup League 2 2014/15
    18 Oct 2014, 9:33

    Howard 3.4

    van Aarnholt 2.2
    Trippier 2.4
    Lovren 3.3 :arrow: Baines 4.5
    Dier 3.3

    Fabregas 5.4
    Di Maria 5.3
    Downing 3.5
    Debuchy 3.2

    Costa 7.0
    Welbeck 5.2
    Aguero 7.4

    Pre season transfer A > Lallana :arrow: Ramsey: Lallana injured, Ramsey will outscore Sanchez in my opinion.
    Pre season transfer B > Januzaj :arrow: Debuchy: Should play most league games and is at Newcastle price

    1. Shaw :arrow: Lovren: Shaw injured, Lovren - first choice CB for Liverpool
    2. Coleman :arrow: van Aanholt: Expensive for cheap. VA should play every week and do not require high expectations for 2.2m
    3. Demichelis :arrow: Trippier: Again cash generator to bring expensive striker in. Demichelis to lose his first team place. hoping for KCs from Trippier
    4. Rodwell :arrow: Costa: The big upgrade.
    5. Nasri :arrow: Di Maria: Replace a rotation risk with world quality who has no european distractions
    6. Sturridge :arrow: Welbeck Injured to a relatively cheap top 4 starting striker
    7. Dzeko :arrow: Aguero A rotation risk to the top striker in the league (provided he stays fit)
    8. Debuchy :arrow: Dier Injured to a player who seems to be a Poch favourite
    9. Ramsey :arrow: Downing Injured to a player making a lot of chances in his new role
    10. Lovren :arrow: Baines Liverpool don't appear to be able to keep clean sheets this year to Baines (enough said)

    20 Transfers left
    Team Value - £49.7 m
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  • Re: Most selected 2014/15
    17 Oct 2014, 5:13

    Stat put out by TFF yesterday. Always makes me smile when one of these players (in huge percentages of teams) scores and someone is jubilant on the chit chat threads. Yes, you and 180,000 managers have all moved up the same 5 points....

    On the flip side it's interesting there's so much differentiation available in the other strikers. Get the right one(s) and you could get some serious movement going [prays for an Aguero hammy twang]



    Here's the latest most selected stats:

    Costa, D Chelsea £7.0m 58.71%
    Sterling, R Liverpool £4.8m 49.01%
    Fabregas, C Chelsea £5.4m 44.49%
    Lovren, D Liverpool £3.3m 28.46%
    di Maria, A Manchester United £5.3m 26.24%
    Sigurdsson, G Swansea City £3.6m 25.47%
    Hazard, E Chelsea £5.8m 22.94%
    Ramsey, A Arsenal £5.0m 20.64%
    Baines, L Everton £4.5m 20.63%
    Aguero, S Manchester City £7.5m 19.70%
    Clyne, N Southampton £3.1m 17.35%
    Ivanovic, B Chelsea £4.9m 17.08%
    Cahill, G Chelsea £4.5m 16.67%
    Toure, Y Manchester City £6.0m 14.45%
    Dier, E Tottenham Hotspur £3.3m 14.33%
    Howard, T Everton £3.4m 13.62%
    Welbeck, D Arsenal £5.2m 13.46%
    Rooney, W Manchester United £6.8m 13.21%
    Sturridge, D Liverpool £6.9m 13.13%
    Courtois, T Chelsea £3.8m 12.97%
    Sanchez, A Arsenal £7.0m 12.93%
    Pelle, G Southampton £4.7m 12.56%
    Falcao, R Manchester United £6.9m 12.52%
    Bertrand, R Southampton £2.7m 12.38%
    de Gea, D Manchester United £3.7m 12.18%
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  • Re: Stones and Lovren replacements
    16 Oct 2014, 19:22

    I'm thinking Richardson will lose his place to Benteke, otherwise that could be a good pick. Also that limits my upgrade options with Naismith (currently can go to 5.3).

    Dier could be a good pick, season long though? Given the number of transfers I feel I need to make a transfer that I'll be happy sticking with.
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  • Re: Stones and Lovren replacements
    16 Oct 2014, 19:08

    How about Stones to Richardson and Lovren to Dier

    both have attacking potential, aren't very popular and have a decent run of fixtures
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  • Re: Gameweek 8 transfers - Deadline: 18 Oct 11:30
    16 Oct 2014, 12:11

    jonhoggy wrote:
    I really want Baines without downgrading any midfield or strikers.
    I have 2 FT to use, what do you think of;
    Ivanovic :arrow: Azpilicueta
    Dier :arrow: Baines ??

    Do we all think Az will hold his place ?


    I won't waste such a transfer like that. But why not. It's still a good transfer. I'm thinking to get Az soon.
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  • Re: Gameweek 8 transfers - Deadline: 18 Oct 11:30
    16 Oct 2014, 11:01

    jonhoggy wrote:
    I really want Baines without downgrading any midfield or strikers.
    I have 2 FT to use, what do you think of;
    Ivanovic :arrow: Azpilicueta
    Dier :arrow: Baines ??

    Do we all think Az will hold his place ?


    I like it
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  • Re: Gameweek 8 transfers - Deadline: 18 Oct 11:30
    16 Oct 2014, 10:52

    jonhoggy wrote:
    I really want Baines without downgrading any midfield or strikers.
    I have 2 FT to use, what do you think of;
    Ivanovic :arrow: Azpilicueta
    Dier :arrow: Baines ??

    Do we all think Az will hold his place ?


    Good transfers imo.
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  • Re: Gameweek 8 transfers - Deadline: 18 Oct 11:30
    16 Oct 2014, 10:12

    I really want Baines without downgrading any midfield or strikers.
    I have 2 FT to use, what do you think of;
    Ivanovic :arrow: Azpilicueta
    Dier :arrow: Baines ??

    Do we all think Az will hold his place ?
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    14 Oct 2014, 13:16

    Billy Bongo wrote:
    I have Baines Downing Aguero, to me it's a no brainer with Everton and City's fixtures coming up



    I must admit, Sterling :arrow: Downing does look like a viable way of getting Aguero in (whilst also affording Baines). I'm tempted....
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    14 Oct 2014, 9:41

    I have Baines Downing Aguero, to me it's a no brainer with Everton and City's fixtures coming up
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    12 Oct 2014, 22:06

    Lucky wrote:
    Done it. Baines Downing Agüero in.

    Thanks for your thoughts. Now prices can go up. :D


    Almost certainly no risers tonight, there's just an outside possibility of Dawson or Sterling rising.

    Downing is in the 70s so will probably be nearer the middle to end of the week and similar for Kun who's 64%ish.

    Baines is way off at about 30ish but is about to become a transfer magnet now the internationals are out of the way, so i'd expect him to rise rapidly.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    12 Oct 2014, 21:43

    Done it. Baines Downing Agüero in.

    Thanks for your thoughts. Now prices can go up. :D
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    12 Oct 2014, 21:04

    Lucky wrote:
    Which trio do you prefer?

    thekrumcake wrote:
    Erm, the 2nd one?

    It's like two Didier Drogbas talking to each other! :shock:
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 21:16

    Aguero is 64% on fpls and although i wouldn't rule out a rise completely because it would be foolish to trust any table this season, it would be unexpected.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 21:07

    Much more so than the other tables, he was getting near at around 95% and as you really have to give a wide tolerance for error that is close enough. If you look at the ctc thread you can see i posted about Chadli two days earlier so not too surprising.

    Although none of the tables are anywhere near as accurate as in previous seasons and you will get other Sakho-like rises, fpls does seem to be getting there.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 20:51

    I have so far looked more at CTC.

    Here both Agüero (88.4) and Downing (92.6) fairly close. Mind you there does not seem to be too much activity atm.

    To me Chadli's increase was pretty surprising yesterday. Was that foreseeable on FPLS?
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 20:40

    The most likely outcome according to fpls, which has been by far the most accurate price prediction table of late, is that only Costa will rise tonight.

    Sterling is not too far away and could also rise as he'll be over 90%.

    Downing is a little further back in the high 70s and so is less likely although this week Sakho and others in previous weeks have surprised us when rising despite a comparatively low percentage
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 20:16

    Thanks all for your thoughts, but above all Carlos for taking the time and elaborating your thoughts.

    I am fully aware of the likely price rises. Furthermore there is the risk of injuries during the internationals.

    Since I have already got Cahill and Clyne in my defense, I feel that I have got a very balanced team. I like the Everton fixtures coming up, hence my interest in Baines or Coleman.

    On Agüero I feel that he will become a "must-have". He scores consistently against any team - maybe even a hattrick against Spurs. Spurs has so far not convinced me.

    The same accounts for Liverpool. Normally they should be able to have a comfortable win against QPR, but then again Liverpool is different to last year. After all Sterling might also be at risk to be rotated in what seems to be an easier fixture.

    So if I come to the conclusion that Chelsea and Man City are the stand-out teams this season, I want to have coverage of Costa and Agüero. Southampton's fixtures also look good. Hence I am very comfortable with Pelle at the moment.

    ManU picks up momentum and they certainly will continue scoring goals, no matter what the opposition is. Therefore I hesitate to get rid of ADM.

    So in a way I feel under pressure tonight. Either I don't do anything and tomorrow I am no longer able to pursue my idea due to price rises. Or I only move for Baines this week, whilst next week I could move for Agüero and a cheaper midfielder like Diamé. However, Hull's fixtures are poor in comparison to West Ham's.

    At the moment I feel inclined to go for it. My biggest fear is just an injury to Agüero or Baines! It is a bigger worry than the -4.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 15:49

    Most importantly with 5.1m in the bank Ulloa :arrow: Agüero funded by a downgrade is a no brainer, there is almost no other way to take advantage of that kind of money without a wildcard and Ulloa probably won't keep it up.

    The rest is complicated, I think you should try and avoid the 4ph. Agüero, the upgrade you'd like to bring in, has Tottenham this weekend, and Sterling, whom you would need to sacrifice to get him, and Ulloa have easy games; the only transfer you should make this week is Dier :arrow: defender, doing the other two next week. This is complicated if you want Agüero, Downing and Baines, as your budget is already at the limit and all three of the players you intend to bring in are rising, with the first two ready to go any minute.

    So taking Ulloa :arrow: Agüero as a given I see a few different routes:

    Dier & Sterling :arrow: 1,2, or 3.

    1) Baines & Downing - all three transfers done now, missing out on Sterling's good game and costing a 4ph.
    2) Azpili/Mangala/Bertrand/Clyne (or Terry/Cahill if Henderson) & Chadli/Henderson - Defender this week, gets Sterling's good fixture, and misses Chadli's one against City, avoids the 4ph.
    3) Chambers (sus)/Van Aanholt/Robertson & Eriksen. Same as two, you might bench the defender you bring in this week as you would have with Dier, but keeping Sterling this week and avoiding the 4ph is good.

    I have to say I think your best options are Chadli & Azpili/Bertrand or Chambers & Eriksen. Avoiding the 4ph, and gaining Sterling vs QPR.

    What do you think?

    PS if you want a real curveball, depending on how much you bought ADM for, Dier :arrow: Azpili this week, ADM & Ulloa :arrow: Eriksen & Agüero next week.

    ADM's fixtures are about to get horrible, and when you're squeezing in so many expensive players his value for 9.9m+ really starts to come under question.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 14:37

    Carlos Kickaball wrote:
    Lucky wrote:
    Fuzzy wrote:
    No offense, but how is this a poll topic? Doesn't one of those options cost about 3m more than the other? :?


    I have 5.1m cash available and I want to improve my team. Current team has got the first option: Dier, Sterling and Ulloa.

    None would be the option, if someone comes up with a different suggestion which does not include the most popular players.


    On the poll the Baines, Downing, Agüero option is clearly better.

    What is your budget though and how much are you selling each player for? Then I can suggest other combinations; you could also do 2 transfers saving a hit.


    After selling the three players (Dier 5.2, Sterling 8.7 and Ulloa 5.8 plus 5.1 cash) there is a budget of 24.8m. I have the "must-haves" Fab, ADM, Sig in midfield, Costa and Pelle upfront.

    In order to get Agüero and Baines in, I have to sacrifice Sterling. That is my thought at the moment.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 12:23

    Lucky wrote:
    Fuzzy wrote:
    No offense, but how is this a poll topic? Doesn't one of those options cost about 3m more than the other? :?


    I have 5.1m cash available and I want to improve my team. Current team has got the first option: Dier, Sterling and Ulloa.

    None would be the option, if someone comes up with a different suggestion which does not include the most popular players.


    On the poll the Baines, Downing, Agüero option is clearly better.

    What is your budget though and how much are you selling each player for? Then I can suggest other combinations; you could also do 2 transfers saving a hit.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 11:45

    How about Baines, Di Maria, Aguero? Even better imo
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 10:15

    Fuzzy wrote:
    No offense, but how is this a poll topic? Doesn't one of those options cost about 3m more than the other? :?


    I have 5.1m cash available and I want to improve my team. Current team has got the first option: Dier, Sterling and Ulloa.

    None would be the option, if someone comes up with a different suggestion which does not include the most popular players.
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 10:07

    I don't understand the "none" option do you mean none of the listed players?
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  • Re: Dier Sterling Ulloa vs Baines Downing Agüero
    11 Oct 2014, 10:01

    No offense, but how is this a poll topic? Doesn't one of those options cost about 3m more than the other? :?
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