The Bottom 7 league allows Fantasy Managers to follow the enthralling battle for survival in fantasy terms.
There is only one rule: All Fantasy Premier League teams may only contain players from the following Barclays Premier League teams:
Aston Villa, Fulham, Norwich City, Queens Park Rangers, Reading, Southampton and Wigan Athletic.
Any Fantasy Premier League teams failing to comply with these rules shall be banned from the league.
Those previously in the league may join the new league using this code: 2310409-574408
Previous players may also like to activate their Wildcards to comply to the rules above.
The big debate around FFS these days is surrounding the mid-priced midfielder(£7.5m and under), some say Taarabt, some say N’Zogbia and some even say Alex Song!
But here is a deeper look into the bewilderness of those mid-priced options.
The African Warrior in action…
Alex Song– The African Warrior, renowned for his tough tackling and passing perfection, is a fantasy favorite in the eye of our resident hammer Doosra, and to be fair he has a fairly decent case. Song, coming in at £6.5m this time round racked up 11 assists last season, helping him pick up 125 points in FPL last season. The deep-lying midfielders returns may have taken a hit, with the possible(likely) loss of Robin van Persie from the Arsenal ranks and no clear indication of how Premier League newbies Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski will adapt to life in an Arsenal shirt. Overall I don’t see too much value in the Arsenal midfielder, with the Gunners facing tough away trips to Anfield, The Britannia and The Etihad also coupled with London rivals Chelsea making the short trip to The Emirates, and all that inside the first six gameweeks. Uncertainty over how Wenger’s side will pan out leaves us questioning whether Alex Song will have as big an impact this season as he did in the last campaign for the Gunners.