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July 31, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/31/2012

This is the fourth and final segment with thoughts on all 20 Premier teams and players who merit consideration for 15-player fantasy rosters.

July 30, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/30/2012

Having offered thoughts on ten Premier League teams, Sir John now covers players on five more teams who could be productive to fantasy managers looking to complete a 15-player roster.

July 29, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/29/2012

As we get closer to the kickoff for the August 18 Premier season-opener, Sir John is offering thoughts on players to be considered for the 15-player fantasy rosters.

July 28, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/28/2012

There are intriguing possibilities for fantasy managers assembling their 15-player roster for the August 18 Premier season-opener.

July 27, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/27/2012

The summer wait is over and we now begin eight months of unmitigated joy.

July 24, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/24/2012

With the launch of ESPN Soccernet’s 2012-2013 Premier Fantasy competition just days away, it is time to consider developments that have occurred and what likely is about to happen.

July 13, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 07/13/2012

Even with Euro 2012 keeping us going during the summer, life just hasn’t been the same since our beloved Premier League ended in May.

June 26, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 06/26/2012

Fantasy managers have big decisions to make as we head into the final three matches of Euro 2012.

June 18, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 06/18/2012

When it comes to fantasy soccer competition outside the English Premier League, much like Salieri in the movie Amadeus, I am the patron saint of mediocrity.

June 1, 2012
Posted by John Culea on 06/01/2012

Nearly three weeks after the 2011-2012 Premier League ended, things are rapidly shaping up for fantasy managers to consider for the new season.

John Culea John Culea is an American living in San Diego who became hooked on football while serving in the Navy for two years in London. A former TV news Emmy award-winning anchor/reporter, John manages the Premier Fantasy league MCMUARTN and goes by the Fantasy honorary title of "Sir John". John is a devoted Chelsea supporter and offers candid, often off-beat commentaries on the Premier League from an American perspective. He invites open discussion on his blog and can be contacted at

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