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So it’s transfer deadline day and there’s plenty of jokes knocking around on social media about Wenger. Same as last year? Well, he did bring in Ozil but then it looks unlikely this year I’d say. Where it really seems to be happening is still at United. Looks like Falcao is likely to be on his way. How good is he though? Poor form from last season and had a major knee injury recently. So I can’t see him displacing Rooney or RVP with ease. Maybe it will force Rooney to up his game which he probably needs. Di Maria looked good though. Can’t help but think with all this money spent that Man U will turn it around. Just going to take a little while. Here’s an update on the Media Industry Fantasy Football league after Week 3: After 3 weeks There were some big winners and losers this week with myself in the latter category. A winner this week, who more than doubled my GW score, was one of last year’s strongest performers, Richard Edwards of Centaur’s The Lawyer. So no surprise to see him back up there. Sacha Cunningham of Incisive is right up there too who also performed strongly last year. Simon Johnson of ‘Alison at Home’ is close behind at second place in the Media Industry Fantasy Football league after an incredible week placing 1200 nationally. His team is below – awesome performance. Media Industry Fantasy Football The captaincy of Costa was clearly a biggie here. But was it not a risk given he was supposedly injured and might have been out for 6 weeks as was being rumoured? Also, are you going to stick with a defensive midfielder in Henderson? Otherwise, if Lukaku can get firing then this team will only continue to do well at the top of league. Simon’s top placed finish prior to now has been 150,000 so he must be happy with the season so far.    

Post Author: Ewan McKay

Ewan runs a recruitment business specialising in sales jobs and marketing jobs for media companies.

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