Fantasy Football Newbie Picks Entire Team Of Injured Players After Being Told It Means 'Dangerous'
If you're feeling bad about how your FPL team has performed this week, just know that it could have been much worse.
As per a tweet that has gone viral on social media, one player, who appears to be new to the whole concept, picked a whole team full of injured players.
The likes of Martin Dubravka, Ricardo Pereira, David Luiz, Ben Chilwell, Hakim Ziyech, Mateo Kovacic and Dwight Gayle were all selected in the starting XI after the fan seemed to have completely misunderstood just what the caution sign means.
The bench also has a further four "dangerous" players who were unavailable for the opening fixture, meaning a grand total of zero points were recorded in matchweek one.
They told this person that the "caution sign" means the player is dangerous pic.twitter.com/UneYA0kWv0- OSAM:film_frames: (@theaihevba) September 12, 2020
We're feeling a lot better about some of our questionable calls this week knowing that we at least got some points on the board.
Going into the first batch of fixtures, one fan managed to find their FPL teams belonging to a slew of Premier League players.
The admin behind the fake Carlton Cole did some serious digging and managed to see exactly who some of English football's big boys had picked.
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For starters, Liverpool's title-winning full-back duo Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson have both put themselves in their sides as they look to rack up the assists once again - with the latter making an interesting decision to select teammate Curtis Jones, who came on as a second half sub in the 4-3 win over Leeds United.
Andy Robertson - Show me the Mane pic.twitter.com/riCgDrPO7i- Fake Carlton (@_CarltonCole9) September 12, 2020
Trent Alexander Arnold - TAA's XI pic.twitter.com/KIX6Y3ivaT- Fake Carlton (@_CarltonCole9) September 12, 2020
The same can be said for Newcastle striker Andy Carroll, who had himself up top in his team "AC me rolling" (very good team name) alongside Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy.
Andy Carroll - AC me rollin' pic.twitter.com/T1GGn1gZA5- Fake Carlton (@_CarltonCole9) September 12, 2020
Meanwhile, Robert Snodgrass made the decision to captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in what wasn't a brilliant first week for the Scotsman.