#GW3: GFCT FPL Q&A SESSION

This week we have our own Shom Biwas, Chase Blocker, Gabriel Penaloza & Ajit Dhillon of the GFCT Core Research Team discuss the FPL Questions given by our own Global & India Chats on Telegram.

We have tried our best to answer your queries and also discuss from our past experiences and updated statistics what the best possible moves could be.

Is it a good time to wildcard and how should one decide? What are the best mid priced assets or is better to invest our money in defence? Will Leeds continue to outperform their statistics and score on average 3 goals a game?and a whole lot of other interesting topics have been covered!

Please do enjoy the video and share it with your fellow FPL managers.

This is one of many biweekly Q&A videos that the GFCT Core Research Team will be making to answer the questions we get every alternate Monday from the Global and the Indian Chat from FPL managers.

This will alternate with the research note sent out to the chat by the Core Research Team every alternate Wednesday as well.

Please follow our blog by subscribing via the email option and never miss any of our research updates. Alsom follow Chase on his youtube channel which is where all our GFCT Videos will be uploaded.

Regards.

Members involved in the video:

Shom Biswas

Chase Blocker

Gabriel Penaloza

Ajit Dhillon

Published by Ajit Dhillon

Living life to the fullest! A father to Ahaan and husband to Ayesha. Creator of the GFCT Project, Chats & Mini Leagues! A financial market participant by profession who absolutely loves sports! I'm a die hard Real Madrid Fan who loves playing Fantasy Football!

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