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​An interview with our only female league member, Chrissy. We discuss what it’s like to be a girl in an otherwise all male league, the highs and lows of the season and the final two weeks.

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Top 5 Point Scoring Defenders

seamus

Number 5 – Seamus Coleman

Current Price: 5.6 Million

Points: 133

 

kyle walker

Number 4 – Kyle Walker

Current Price: 6.3 Million

Points 141

 

azpilicueta

Number 3 – Cesar Azpilicueta

Current Price – 6.4 Million

Points: 148

 

cahill

Number 2 – Gary Cahill

Current Price: 6.7 Million

Points: 166

 

alonso

Number 1 – Marcos Alonso

Current Price: 6.8 Million

Points 167

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Want to see all your favourite sites in one browser window??

Ok so this might appear complex, but trust me it’s very quick and simple, so stay the course.

So, tell me this – do you often find yourself constantly flicking back and forward between your favourite Fantasy Football blog sites? You know what I mean, you’re trying to make decisions for your own team or just get the latest updates and it takes a long time to go over and back and remember the information from each. Well I hate this, so to solve the issue, I created a simple solution to allow me to see three of my favourite sites in the one view automatically, and the good news, in just a few very simple steps you can have this too.

The results appear like this:

3in1

How to do it:

Open Notepad (in your windows start menu)

 

Copy and paste the following text in:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<style>

ul {

list-style-type: none;

margin: 0;

padding: 0;

overflow: hidden;

background-color: #333333;

}

 

li {

float: left;

}

 

li a {

display: block;

color: white;

text-align: center;

padding: 16px;

text-decoration: none;

}

 

li a:hover {

background-color: #111111;

font-size: 20px

}

</style>

</head>

<body>

 

<ul>

<li><a href=”index.htm”>Home</a></li>

<li><a href=”#news”>News</a></li>

<li><a href=”#contact”>Contact</a></li>

<li><a href=”#about”>About</a></li>

</ul>

 

https://theforfeitleague.com

 

 

http://a%20href=

 

http://a%20href=

 

 

 

</body>

</html>

 

STOP HERE

 

**NOTE  – you can change the hyperlinks to whichever sites you would prefer to see together, just be careful not to mess with any of the rest of the code.**

Save this file to your desktop as: “whateveryouwant.htm” with .txt as file type (should be automatically.

 

Make sure the encoding is set to –   Encoding: UTF-8

 

Go find this file on your desktop, right click it and open it with chrome.

 

Now you have all of your favourite fantasy sites open side by side, no more switching between tabs to make decisions. Great success…

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March Red Ass

As you know, our perennial loser Cathal was up to his old tricks again and lost the March forfeit. His punishment was Red Ass at the hands of the group. I’m truly ashamed to admit how badly this forfeit went, there’s a reason we play fantasy football rather than real football. With 5 attempts each overall, Cathal escaped unscathed apart from 3 small hits. The less that’s said about it the better, but this is basically better than the real footage of how it went: