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fantasy league 2013/14
#11
I would prefer a more realistic transfer window type one instead of being able to change players each week.To be honest i missed getting my team done 3 times last season through work commitments and the loss of those points proved costly in the rankings.Now if you ran it like a real club you'd only be able to change things in the windows and have to trust your squad.
I don't mind keeping it free but if it was to cost say £5 or so i'd still do it providing we can put our teams into our own UTD111 league.
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#12
(10-07-2013, 06:53 PM)Boydie Wrote: I would prefer a more realistic transfer window type one instead of being able to change players each week.To be honest i missed getting my team done 3 times last season through work commitments and the loss of those points proved costly in the rankings.Now if you ran it like a real club you'd only be able to change things in the windows and have to trust your squad.
I don't mind keeping it free but if it was to cost say £5 or so i'd still do it providing we can put our teams into our own UTD111 league.

boydie the one on footymad is a fiver and you can win just short of 100 quid at the minute ,not sure if you post over that board .and the other money goes to charity.
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#13
(10-07-2013, 06:56 PM)mr kevin keegan Wrote:
(10-07-2013, 06:53 PM)Boydie Wrote: I would prefer a more realistic transfer window type one instead of being able to change players each week.To be honest i missed getting my team done 3 times last season through work commitments and the loss of those points proved costly in the rankings.Now if you ran it like a real club you'd only be able to change things in the windows and have to trust your squad.
I don't mind keeping it free but if it was to cost say £5 or so i'd still do it providing we can put our teams into our own UTD111 league.

boydie the one on footymad is a fiver and you can win just short of 100 quid at the minute ,not sure if you post over that board .and the other money goes to charity.

Not knocking FM KK but i don't go on there and i'd like our own forum to have a competition of our own....this is my home when it comes to Toon Forums mate. :D
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#14
(10-07-2013, 07:00 PM)Boydie Wrote:
(10-07-2013, 06:56 PM)mr kevin keegan Wrote:
(10-07-2013, 06:53 PM)Boydie Wrote: I would prefer a more realistic transfer window type one instead of being able to change players each week.To be honest i missed getting my team done 3 times last season through work commitments and the loss of those points proved costly in the rankings.Now if you ran it like a real club you'd only be able to change things in the windows and have to trust your squad.
I don't mind keeping it free but if it was to cost say £5 or so i'd still do it providing we can put our teams into our own UTD111 league.

boydie the one on footymad is a fiver and you can win just short of 100 quid at the minute ,not sure if you post over that board .and the other money goes to charity.

Not knocking FM KK but i don't go on there and i'd like our own forum to have a competition of our own....this is my home when it comes to Toon Forums mate. :D

yeah no problem mate ,just when you mentioned you would pay a fiver .thought id let you know there is one on their board .
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#15
you could all put money in to the one you run on here and have an end of season meet up and the winner takes the candy :D:D:D
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#16
i do like the sound of the telegraph one and if it's free all the better. if people want to pay more it's upto them.

As always i will look to put us into a UTD111.com mini league.

i'll get back to you
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#17
have you seen how the table finished spoof, I finished 2nd so you best bring you A Game :D
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#18
right, after looking around different leagues, i think i'm going to go with the telegraph. They all seem to be similar and most offer x amount of transfers through the season.

i will set this all up and post a new tread when i have done so.

will be looking to set up over next few weeks
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#19
Thanks Paz mate,look forward to getting it underway. :yep:
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#20
Cheers Paz I had allready picked my team on premierlegue.com but I don't mind starting one in the Telegraph just let us know the league code.

Cheers Mate!

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