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Fantasy Premier League Draft: The First Blunder

Fantasy Premier League Draft: Confirmed!

Weeks ago, 101 Great Goals broke the news that the Official Fantasy Premier League game would be offering a draft-style option.

In recent days this was confirmed as Romelu Lukaku was packing his bags for Manchester United.

This new development has been a major topic of conversation throughout the fantasy football and greater football world mainly on Twitter.

Fans have been wondering what this new draft-style will be like, how it will work, and what all the new features will be.

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No trading between managers?!

On Friday it became apparent that this new draft-style game may not meet the standards of all the hype.

The Premier League has announced their draft-style game will NOT have trading between managers!

Well, today it became apparent that this new draft-style game may not meet the standards of all the hype. The Premier League has announced their draft-style game will NOT have trading between managers!

What else will the Premier League mess up?

It’s a wonder what else the Premier League will mess up on as they enter a new space.

It seems like keeping the draft game within the same app as the traditional FPL game may be another reason to worry about what’s to come.

Sorry to disappoint, but on the bright side Draft Fantasy has assured that they will still have trades as they have for the past two seasons.

Draft Fantasy have trades between managers

Looks like things are really heating up in the FPL draft space, and there are sure to be many more things to come.

Will FPL draft take off in the Premier League?

It seems pretty clear from the Fantasy Premier League adding draft that there is a trend towards American sports in this field.

Football fans, predominantly in the UK, should enjoy this form of FPL, where only one manager can own any given player in the game itself.

Draft Fantasy is clearly the future, it adds another layer of intrigue for the 2017/2018 Premier League season…