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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 03 Feb 2019, 23:59

If I can be of any assistance give me a shout. Good luck.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by Northernmonkey » 04 Feb 2019, 22:07

coleridge wrote:
03 Feb 2019, 23:59
If I can be of any assistance give me a shout. Good luck.
Cheers Coleridge. Appreciate the offer - I may send a PM before the weekend :)

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 05 Feb 2019, 00:07

No problem, if you do I'll try my hardest not to give you a Huddersfield defence, but no promises :P .

In theory I've pm'd you my email.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 07 Feb 2019, 10:38

Oi Nbbeee, quick shut that stable door...................Oops too late.

Although it could of been worse, some got outscored by Malrom, who hasn't been able to access his team for two months :oops: .

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 10 Feb 2019, 18:14

Well not only did Nbbeee get that horse back in the stable and the door well and truly bolted, he rode roughshod over the rest of us in the process. Well done :D

Honourable mentions to S_Sutton and Bman also. On the flipside I hope Nm hasn't got Internet access after todays horror show.

On a personal note missing one Aguero Hattie is unfortunate, missing two is negligent, but missing three is certifiable obviously reinforced by bringing in sane😵.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by S_sutton87 » 10 Feb 2019, 18:30

Missed out on the aguero haul but I'm happy with sterling and pogba picks still fighting for a top 3 finish up against it tho

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 10 Feb 2019, 19:05

S_sutton87 wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 18:30
Missed out on the aguero haul but I'm happy with sterling and pogba picks still fighting for a top 3 finish up against it tho

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Captain picks like this weekends will certainly help. It's going to be tough though as me Evvy and Bman have all got transfers in hand, although in saying that i think you have more than bal and Nm looks like he wants come back to the pack.

Wherever you do end up you've had an excellent season so far and will no doubt learn alot and be a real force next season.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by Evvy18 » 10 Feb 2019, 19:12

What a week, big scores for Laporte, Pogba, Salah, Ageuro will sort out the wheat from the chaff.

Massive 👍 to Nbbeee whilst Mr Sutton seems to have made a decisive move for third.

Am personally sat on a sack full of transfers but would rather have points in the bag. Overhauling the previously impervious Coleridge is a goal for me give but third is looking long odds at the moment unles I can work some transfer magic.

Have a fun week mulling over transfers guys

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by S_sutton87 » 10 Feb 2019, 19:15

Thanks this league has definitely improved my sky game and looking forward to seeing how we all look after the overhaul will be a exciting end to the season

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by rodduz » 10 Feb 2019, 19:39

Think I'll have to get involved in this next year. The only interaction on the forum so will keep it more interesting.

Sat on 2101 at the mo. 1 to ride tomorrow. Have enjoyed this format for my first bash at it

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by S_sutton87 » 10 Feb 2019, 19:43

rodduz wrote:Think I'll have to get involved in this next year. The only interaction on the forum so will keep it more interesting.

Sat on 2101 at the mo. 1 to ride tomorrow. Have enjoyed this format for my first bash at it

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Yeah the forum does seem quiet but there is a really good bunch here really enjoyed my first season in iso and I've learnt a lot too

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 10 Feb 2019, 19:57

S_Sutton …..👍

Rodduz. Everyone is welcome, so look forward to you joining us next year.

Evvy. I still make you favourite for third :shock: with all the transfers you have in hand, but I wouldn't just limit your ambition to just catching me. I reckon you still have every chance of hunting down our simian buddy :D .

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by S_sutton87 » 10 Feb 2019, 20:04

How do you check how many transfers people have left or are you working it out for yourselves also is anyone still in the cup

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 10 Feb 2019, 20:32

S_sutton87 wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 20:04
How do you check how many transfers people have left or are you working it out for yourselves also is anyone still in the cup

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As far as transfers are concerned. I've either been keeping a beady eye 👀 on you all or it's also entirely conceivable that I'm totally bluffing :shock: .

My cup exploits eerily mirrored my beloved Hammers :cry:

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by Evvy18 » 11 Feb 2019, 20:37

Perhaps it's down to his 'magic powers' 😉 as league manager!!

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 12 Feb 2019, 10:46

Evvy18 wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 20:37
Perhaps it's down to his 'magic powers' 😉 as league manager!!

Nice theory, sadly being league chairman doesn't give me access to player transfers. I've either been counting or bluffing :wink:

Anyway you don't need to worry how i know how many transfers y'all got, you need to be concerning yourself with how you are going to use the absolute shed load you are currently sat on :P .

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by Northernmonkey » 13 Feb 2019, 12:26

coleridge wrote:
10 Feb 2019, 18:14
I hope Nm hasn't got Internet access after todays horror show.

On a personal note missing one Aguero Hattie is unfortunate, missing two is negligent, but missing three is certifiable obviously reinforced by bringing in sane😵.
Yep - that was proper sh*tsshow. I do have sporadic internet here in, albeit s l o w. But enough to make me rue my Aguero transfer a few weeks back a little more. My timing of his dry patch and exit as impeccable as Nbbeee’s timing of his purple patch. I was 20 points away just a few weeks back, now it looks like a scrap for 2nd :(

On the bright side for now I’ve been able to access the site in Tanzania, so I got an early overhaul in the bag. Including a punt on an enabler extraordinaire, and no Sane in sight.

Interesting set of fixtures coming up, Coleridge will be delighted to know I even considered Rondon :shock:

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 13 Feb 2019, 20:15

Love the enabler, looked great in their last game, not convinced with the Friday captain though.

Still time to embrace the don :D .

You've got my details if you need them. Bon vacances 🐘🐆🐃.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by Northernmonkey » 14 Feb 2019, 05:42

coleridge wrote:
13 Feb 2019, 20:15
Love the enabler, looked great in their last game, not convinced with the Friday captain though.
Plenty of time for a tinker :wink:

Hats off to the original defence in this seasons ISO by the way, not straying too far from that now!

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 14 Feb 2019, 16:15

Northernmonkey wrote:
14 Feb 2019, 05:42
coleridge wrote:
13 Feb 2019, 20:15
Love the enabler, looked great in their last game, not convinced with the Friday captain though.
Plenty of time for a tinker :wink:

Hats off to the original defence in this seasons ISO by the way, not straying too far from that now!


Yeah if we had gone for Laporte instead of Mendy like I suggested :lol: I would probably have gone between overhauls with an unchanged defence.

Going to be fascinating to see how N🐝 plays it from here. If he goes with the obvious choices there is in all likelihood a nice (top 25?) finish waiting, but probably no dough. Where as if he goes more leftfield chasing the big bucks he runs the risk of it all going south. Nice problem to have though.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 22 Feb 2019, 11:14

Jeez, there is not going to be too much divergence of teams is there?

I've just done a team and then look to see what others have done and I'm only 2 (minor) players different from one of the people above me. :roll: Starting to think perhaps the overhaul is not such a good idea and is likely to lead to mass homogenization.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by nbbbee10 » 22 Feb 2019, 22:26

Well I haven't made a glorious start post overhaul, captaining Paterson, on the basis that I thought Fulham were likely to score against West Ham and Watford hadn't been particularly prolific away from home, until this evening that is and he was more likely to nick a goal.

At least I have Troy Deeney in my FPL team which is top of a Superleague with a cash prize, no Deulofeu coverage any where, although in my second team which was just in the top 600 I did include Michal Antonio, substituted in late for Felipe Anderson as the extra 0.8 gives greater flexibility for upgrades later. I captained im as well instead of Paterson.

I haven't included Aguero immediately, the reason for that is if Man City v Chelsea went into extra time, City could rotate heavily. Also 7 players in the team whose teams have games on FA Cup quater final weekend. I've also included Vardy, Leicester have some good fixtures, hopefully Claude Puel will select him and I noticed Leicester have a Friday night fixture as well in April. No Robertson just yet as I don't think Liverpool will keep many clean sheets with a trip to Man Utd and Everton and Spurs to play at the end of March, although Alisson is in in the event they do keep clean sheets.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 22 Feb 2019, 23:44

Some brave choices there Nbbeee, funnily enough I nearly had Schar, unlucky with Antonio.

I had an equally inauspicious start too, taking a short term punt on Cardiff :oops: Good luck going forward.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by nbbbee10 » 23 Feb 2019, 00:10

Antonio turned out to be a fairly inspired choice, captaining him moved me up from position 588 to position 491, with my second team! :D

The decision to captain Paterson instead of Rice not so inspired it cost me 12 points :roll: :oops: :evil:

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by Northernmonkey » 23 Feb 2019, 08:12

Ugh - not the best start!

Some panic transfers for me just before kick off last night at Heathrow. I just read Maddison and Wan Bissaka are doubtful, so in came Pattison and for want of anybody else Van Dijk for now. I almost shoved in a punt on Almiron, but 3 Newcastle players (even short term) seemed madness.

So I have a couple of £5m enablers, a Liverpool semi-block and shedloads of cash spare. Now I just have to figure out how to spend it.

Good point Nbbeee re Liverpool fixtures, I’d just looked at the next 5 which included Watford, Burnley, Fulham.

I see what you mean Coleridge, our teams are exactly the same bar the keeper :shock:

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by rodduz » 23 Feb 2019, 08:24

-6 points for yesterday and moved up spaces

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by S_sutton87 » 23 Feb 2019, 08:50

My team looks quite different I'm not sure if that's a good thing tho lol

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 23 Feb 2019, 11:04

S_sutton87 wrote:
23 Feb 2019, 08:50
My team looks quite different I'm not sure if that's a good thing tho lol
A Good thing in your quest for 3rd i would of thought. :D

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-6 points for yesterday and moved up spaces Image
:shock: :shock: :shock:

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23 Feb 2019, 08:12
Ugh - not the best start!

Some panic transfers for me just before kick off last night at Heathrow. I just read Maddison and Wan Bissaka are doubtful, so in came Pattison and for want of anybody else Van Dijk for now. I almost shoved in a punt on Almiron, but 3 Newcastle players (even short term) seemed madness.

So I have a couple of £5m enablers, a Liverpool semi-block and shedloads of cash spare. Now I just have to figure out how to spend it.

Good point Nbbeee re Liverpool fixtures, I’d just looked at the next 5 which included Watford, Burnley, Fulham.

I see what you mean Coleridge, our teams are exactly the same bar the keeper :shock:

:lol: Not sure what happened there. I noticed my team was too similar to yours so changed a few players and somehow ended up even more identical.
I assumed you were protecting your tenner league lead, but it seems not. I too nearly had Almiron and discounted him for the same reason :shock: Great/addled minds and all that. The other move I was seriously considering was Kane instead of Auba.

At least we are significantly different from Nbbee though, so maybe that could provide a glimmer of light re the title race and on the bright side I see that only one of us has the dough go Ron :arrow: Aguero on Wednesday :P .

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by coleridge » 23 Feb 2019, 11:56

Hmm Kane starts.
nbbbee10 wrote:
23 Feb 2019, 00:10
Antonio turned out to be a fairly inspired choice, captaining him moved me up from position 588 to position 491, with my second team! :D

The decision to captain Paterson instead of Rice not so inspired it cost me 12 points :roll: :oops: :evil:
Wow just noticed Declans motm. Ouch thats gotta sting.

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Re: FISO ISO 2018/2019

Post by rodduz » 23 Feb 2019, 11:58

Bloddy Kane! Cant see many having him though as bit of a gamble

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