A score of 27 FPL points saw another 400k drop for the S**THOUSE XI this week. How we are still managing fantasy Premier League RED arrows when we are ranked 3,751,460 I do not know. It is crazy! Now ranked in the bottom 1% of fantasy football managers, we will hopefully continue this fall!
Here’s how the S**THOUSE XI looked at the end of the week:
Marshall (2) – The correct keeper was selected this week, with Gomes sitting on the bench with 6 points!
Francis (1) – Simon has been a brilliant signing for the S**THOUSE XI, scoring just an average of 2.7 points each gameweek. Just the single point this week.
(C) Lowton (12) – Who would have expected a Burnley clean sheet? Thanks to Heaton, Burnley secured a draw at Old Trafford, giving our skipper a clean sheet!
Kone (0) – A brilliant performance from the Sunderland defender this week, scoring a big fat ZERO!
Barry – Gareth had 2 weeks where he did score some good FPL points (10 & 6), but since he has a total of 8 points in 5 gameweeks!
Dier – Many questioned this pick at the start of the season, but with another solid 2 points, long may this continue!
Behrami – A recent transfer in and its a wonder why we didn’t bring him in earlier; hes never scored more than 3 points in 10 gameweeks!
Coquelin – One of the S**THOUSE XI legends once again repays our faith in him. 88 minutes played, 2 points.
Zaza – 28 minutes played, a single point earned. Hopefully his play time increases, or we may have to take him out!
Vokes – As predicted, Vokes didn’t score this week, justifying his pick.
Diomande – 0 minutes played meaning he may just find himself leaving the S**THOUSE XI soon…
Bench – 3 players on the bench didn’t play, meaning we will need to monitor and make changes here.
Here’s how the S**THOUSE XI look going into gameweek 11:
Robertson (OUT) -> Barragan (IN) – As mentioned, some of our bench were not playing and this therefore needs to be rectified. In comes Barragan who although has had 2 clean sheets, is up against Man City this week.
Dier takes the armband this week with a tough fixture against Arsenal. Hopefully he can find himself in the ref’s book too!
Best of luck, save those red arrows for us!
Written by Matty Kaye