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Dier, Eric

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  • Re: Why is Kolarov so cheap?
    30 Oct 2014, 16:47

    I'm still hugging; he is Man City's top scoring defender still, even with rotation. He doesn't play the games where they are most likely to concede and does in the games when they most attacking (in theory, or comes on for an O'Shea)

    I've already got Bertrand and don't really want to double up on another southampton as his replacement. I was looking at Dier but Spurs are very erratic at the moment.

    Stick for me :)
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    26 Oct 2014, 14:34

    Carlos Kickaball wrote:
    Fortunately goals are worth almost double

    Shhhh, I was trying to conveniently overlook that. :wink:

    Eric Dier is an abject defender.
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  • Re: Lamela star man
    26 Oct 2014, 14:12

    triplebogey wrote:
    I'm a Spurs fan and I haven't got Lamela in my team, or any other Spurs player.
    I thought the star man award should go to the best performance on the day. Before his first goal it seemed to me that every time he had possession he gave the ball away.
    Although his first goal was pretty spectacular, if it hadn't gone in he would have been slaughtered for not using his right foot. That sort of thing would be ok at 4-0 up but it was only 1-0 at the time. But it seems that the goal excited the reporter so much the blood drained from his brain.
    I can only assume Hat trick Harry Kane didn't get star man because he is a crap 'keeper.
    I thought Dembele and Dier had better games than Lamela as well.


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  • Re: TFF chit chat 25th, 26th and 27th October
    26 Oct 2014, 13:16

    Burnley XI: Heaton, Trippier, Shackell, Duff, Ward, Kightly, Jones, Arfield, Boyd, Jutkiewicz, Ings.

    Everton XI: Howard, Baines, Jagielka, Alcaraz, Coleman, Naismith, McCarthy, Barry, Osman, Eto'o, Lukaku.

    Tottenham XI: Lloris, Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose, Capoue, Mason, Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela, Adebayor.

    Newcastle XI: Krul, Janmaat, S.Taylor, Coloccini, Dummett, Sissoko, Anita, Colback, Obertan, Perez, Gouffran.

    Burnley make one change with Stephen Ward in for defender Ben Mee.

    Everton make one change from the side that defeated Aston Villa with striker Samuel Eto'o replacing midfielder Ross Barkley, who starts on the bench.

    Tottenham make two changes from the side that lost 4-1 to Manchester City last week - defender Jan Vertonghen is in for Fazio while striker Emmanuel Adebayor comes in for Roberto Soldado.

    Newcastle replace the injured Papiss Cisse with Ayoze Perez in attack.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2014
    26 Oct 2014, 13:14

    Btw:

    Tottenham XI: Lloris, Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose, Capoue, Mason, Chadli, Eriksen, Lamela, Adebayor.

    Newcastle XI: Krul, Janmaat, S.Taylor, Coloccini, Dummett, Sissoko, Anita, Colback, Obertan, Perez, Gouffran.
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  • Re: single entrant stories
    26 Oct 2014, 12:40

    Thomarse wrote:
    31so far with only 3 players potentially playing today ... Fabregas, Costa and ADM ...

    May put Dier in for Kolarov but feel it's a tinker and would be my 8th trannie.


    Same score as me with the same 3 to play. Bracing myself for a fall, as really would like some Baines, Eriksen and Hazard coverage but can't justify the tinkering..

    As for Spurs Kaboul could be an option?
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  • Re: single entrant stories
    26 Oct 2014, 7:56

    31so far with only 3 players potentially playing today ... Fabregas, Costa and ADM ...

    May put Dier in for Kolarov but feel it's a tinker and would be my 8th trannie.
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  • Re: TFF chit chat 25th, 26th and 27th October
    25 Oct 2014, 11:39

    My thinking at the moment is see on the off chance if he plays against Man U next weekend and if not, get in Dier or another spurs defender for the second game against Villa ... just can't carry on only having 10 players each week.
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  • Re: Rose vs. Kaboul
    24 Oct 2014, 19:48

    gallus wrote:
    HQ Manoeuvre wrote:
    What's happened to Dier?

    1. expensive
    2. not a starter

    Walker & Naughton are injured, so he will be for a while.
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  • Re: Rose vs. Kaboul
    24 Oct 2014, 19:30

    HQ Manoeuvre wrote:
    What's happened to Dier?

    1. expensive
    2. not a starter
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  • Re: Rose vs. Kaboul
    24 Oct 2014, 19:27

    TheChairLeg wrote:
    With Spurs' attractive upcoming fixtures, I'm looking to get one of their defenders in. With Dier out the obvious options are Rose or Kaboul, both joint 2nd highest scoring Spurs defenders at 25 points, and and they each have their own benefits.

    The case for Rose:
    - More likely to get attacking points through assists

    The case for Kaboul:
    - Place more secure than Rose, whose under threat from Davies
    - Seems to get bonus points when Spurs get a clean sheet
    - Closer to a price rise

    To be honest, as defenders IRL I don't rate either that highly so using my own football knowledge to pick one fails me.
    Which one are you going for?


    What's happened to Dier?
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  • Re: The Egg Cup League 2 2014/15
    24 Oct 2014, 18:01

    1. Januzaj :arrow: Berahino
    2. Deschemilis :arrow: Dier
    3. Dzecko :arrow: Adebayour
    4. Mata :arrow: Stirling
    5. Sturridge :arrow: Aguero
    6. Berahino :arrow: Naismith
    7. Adebayour :arrow: Costa
    8. Debuchy :arrow: Richardson
    9. Nasri :arrow: Siggardson
    10. Rodwell :arrow: Downing


    10 Left, 3-4-3, £49.4M
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  • Rose vs. Kaboul
    24 Oct 2014, 17:58

    With Spurs' attractive upcoming fixtures, I'm looking to get one of their defenders in. With Dier out the obvious options are Rose or Kaboul, both joint 2nd highest scoring Spurs defenders at 25 points, and and they each have their own benefits.

    The case for Rose:
    - More likely to get attacking points through assists

    The case for Kaboul:
    - Place more secure than Rose, whose under threat from Davies
    - Seems to get bonus points when Spurs get a clean sheet
    - Closer to a price rise

    To be honest, as defenders IRL I don't rate either that highly so using my own football knowledge to pick one fails me.
    Which one are you going for?
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  • Lamela star man
    23 Oct 2014, 23:12

    I'm a Spurs fan and I haven't got Lamela in my team, or any other Spurs player.
    I thought the star man award should go to the best performance on the day. Before his first goal it seemed to me that every time he had possession he gave the ball away.
    Although his first goal was pretty spectacular, if it hadn't gone in he would have been slaughtered for not using his right foot. That sort of thing would be ok at 4-0 up but it was only 1-0 at the time. But it seems that the goal excited the reporter so much the blood drained from his brain.
    I can only assume Hat trick Harry Kane didn't get star man because he is a crap 'keeper.
    I thought Dembele and Dier had better games than Lamela as well.
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  • GW8 - Headlines
    22 Oct 2014, 11:45

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    Good evening, I'm Huw Edwards.

    Some hard fought campaigning was going on this weekend, with the vast majority of members far surpassing the surprisingly mediocre average of 49pts. One even managed to break into three figures.

    104pts in total (r4,592 for the week) for BobMem, no prizes for guessing his captain, the Saints pair of Tadic and Alderweireld collecting big points too - all acquisitions made in the last fortnight. Brightwater showed some of the class that has been in such short supply this term, balloting a full 98pts with the 'other' captain for many - Graziano Pelle ("pel-la", if you must insist). Baines' 15 were much appreciated by many as well as by BW.

    As Bob and Bright rise up, others take the fall with one dropping out altogether. Goke looked a goner before the combined 15pts from Wisdom and vc Di Maria came to the rescue. No such salvation for Shaggy365, who really must go after submitting minus scores from not one, but two of his squad in Mannone and Dier.

    Shaggy365 is OUT

    House of Lords report to follow shortly
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  • Re: Gameweek 9 Transfers. Deadline; Sat 25 October 14, 11:30
    22 Oct 2014, 7:34

    Remy wrote:
    This weeks case: How to get in Aguero?
    1ft, 0,5 i bank

    I have:
    De Gea, Elliot
    Dier, Dummet, Chambers, Clyne, Baines
    Di Maria, Fabregas, Hazard, Sigurdson, Much
    Costa, Pelle, Ulloa

    Im thinking
    Ulloa - Aguero
    Di Maria - Barkley
    Baines - 3.9

    Or:
    Ulloa - Aguero
    Di Maria - Boyd
    Dier - 4.5

    for a 8 point hit

    Or save the ft, and do a -4hit next week?

    Inputs? 8-)



    Provided Costa plays against MU, I think your team is good enough to get by this gw, and you can save the hits, and make the first option next gw.
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  • Re: Gameweek 9 Transfers. Deadline; Sat 25 October 14, 11:30
    22 Oct 2014, 7:22

    This weeks case: How to get in Aguero?
    1ft, 0,5 i bank

    I have:
    De Gea, Elliot
    Dier, Dummet, Chambers, Clyne, Baines
    Di Maria, Fabregas, Hazard, Sigurdson, Much
    Costa, Pelle, Ulloa

    Im thinking
    Ulloa - Aguero
    Di Maria - Barkley
    Baines - 3.9

    Or:
    Ulloa - Aguero
    Di Maria - Boyd
    Dier - 4.5

    for a 8 point hit

    Or save the ft, and do a -4hit next week?

    Inputs? 8-)
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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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