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The Dream Team Coach clarifies the transfer business ahead of all the finals

Tips, tricks, hints, stats, and more...

The Premier League? That’s old news.

England’s dominance in Europe means this season has a long and intriguing tail.

I’ve had a few emails so just to be clear, your players will score points in the FA Cup, Europa League and Champions League finals.

There are no more Weekenders this season — congrats to all the winners.

Date with destiny

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Date with destiny

If you still have transfers in reserve, you can still use them between now and *just* before the Champions League final kicks off.

However, no more transfers will be made available — May’s were the last batch.

Game Weeks and player lockout work the same way so bear that in mind when making your final transfers.

Most will be waiting for one last points haul from Man City before bringing in Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool reinforcements.

Harry Kane’s fitness is the BIG debate — we’re all waiting on an update from Poch.

Tick tock

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Tick tock

Liverpool fan Andrew Carr leads the way on a mammoth 2831 points – 46 ahead of his nearest rival.

But the fat lady hasn’t sung yet and there’s still plenty for the chasing pack to play for.

It’s safe to say Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is finishing the season in style.

‘The Gabonese Jamie Vardy’

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‘The Gabonese Jamie Vardy’

We were concerned by the Arsenal man’s form up until a couple of weeks ago, but he’s banged in 64 points in his last four games to rise up to second in the overall rankings.

To put that in context, Alexis Sanchez – the man he effectively replaced at Arsenal – managed just 36 points all season. Ouch.

Aubameyang shared the Golden Boot with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane but finished four points and 28 points clear of his African compatriots respectively.

Seriously… what went wrong?

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Seriously… what went wrong?

If Eden Hazard is to bid farewell to the Premier League this summer, he’s gone out in style.

The brilliant Belgian has been almost untouchable at the top of the player rankings all season and his 340 points is already better than Thierry Henry managed in 2002/03.

Hazard will finish someway short of Salah’s 412-point haul from last season, while nobody is ever getting close to Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of 477 in 2007/08.

Thanks for the memories, Eden

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Thanks for the memories, Eden

Keep your eyes peeled over the coming weeks for more details about our exciting changes for next season…


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