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Matt does a solo pod to air his thoughts on the upcoming double game weeks, chip usage, and Philadelphia heckling.
The Contrarians reflect on the double game week, the triple captain chip, and the first half of the Keeper league competition. Matt has been hit by the injury bug, but is looking to keep his momentum going up the ranks. Cris is living the life of luxury and shopping for back up keepers.
The Contrarians chime in on pizza toppings, explore the possibilities of ever changing blank and double game weeks, and discuss the impending award of the first Keeper League playoff spot.
The Godfather returns as guest host in a stats free episode that concludes by exploring a reality tv/premiere league crossover.
A combo episode where the Contrarians discuss game weeks 15 & 16. Then they settle on a chip strategy and then change their minds all over again.
The Contrarians take a moment to breathe during the congested game weeks of December and then calmly choose to panic.
The Contrarians find themselves making similar moves before GW12, with one key exception. Mane vs Salah is on.
The Contrarians react to incoming team news and try to plan their team sheets for COVID complications.
Matt licks his wounds from a rough Wildcard and tries to blame it on advice from Cris. Then the guys preview GW10 and investigate what is wrong with Manchester City.
The Contrarians review GW8 and the International Break and Matt plots out his 1st wildcard of the season.
We were delivering late projections before it was cool. This week The Contrarians talk Aston Villa attackers, keepers with no saves, and Brighton palace intrigue.
The Contrarians discuss a low scoring GW6, prepare for GW7 and wonder why they can't win any of their side games anymore.
No International Break for the Contrarians. Because they are Americans and aren't allowed to go anywhere. Might as well pod instead.
The Contrarians take stock of a low scoring GW3 and discuss obese bears, being tempted by shiny new things and moving across the country.
The Contrarians are riding high after a strong start to the season and discuss early wildcards, pay mini leagues, and American EPL broadcast rights.
The Contrarians review the start of the new season, try to sit on their hands for GW2, and talk with an FPL Contrarians Gladiator on the ropes already.
The Contrarians go over their teams on FPL season eve and preview the FPL Contrarians mini leagues and side games.
The FPL Contrarians are back for their third season with new games, new players, but the same contrarian mindset.
The Contrarians look back on the longest and strangest FPL season ever, try to learn lessons for next season, and touch on quantum physics simulation theory.
The Contrarians escape the dog days of summer by making plans for the final game week of the season and brainstorming enhanced home field advantage methods.
The Contrarians discuss scores from the last two game weeks, hit strategy during the run in, and the exciting conclusion to the Keeper League regular season.
The Contrarians zero in on plans for the final 5 game weeks, tend their wounds from disappointing scores, and recap the xCup league and the King of Keepers league.
Cris and Matt recap the last two game weeks as the fixtures come fast. They debate how Matt should handle the back stretch of the season with his high rank and try to distill what can be learned from the new rules restart.
The Contrarians discuss their triple digit season restart scores, plan for the season run in, and try to find a City player that will get reliable playing time.
It's a Friday and the Premier League is back so we are too. This episode was recorded before the restart on Wednesday and was also behind closed doors with no fans. The Contrarians discuss using their unlimited transfers to pick a team, talk over when to play remaining chips, and try to recall the state of the Keeper league.…
By Cristian Rich and Mattew Blenner
By Cristian Rich and Mattew Blenner
By Cristian Rich and Matthew Blenner