If you’re thinking about signing up, the team I documented for the 2019/2020 season finished on 2,324 points and an overall position of 1,096. Please also read the comments at the bottom of this post to see testimonials from other subscribers.
To access content you will need to make a small contribution/subscription of £6 (access for the whole season) to receive the password. The password will be the same throughout the season and will give you access to all of my posts. If you’re new to the website – I’ve made all of my posts from last season publicly available so that you can see what to expect from the blog. Generally you will see me document the progress of my team and share insights into my decision making process. More importantly you’ll be able to share views and opinions with other people playing the game in the comments section. This was a thriving resource of information last season with 1,000’s of comments on most posts. All you have to do is:
1. Make a contribution using the button below – £6 for the whole season.
2. Wait to be redirected back to the blog via PayPal where you will see the password.
3. If you don’t get redirected email email@example.com and I’ll send over the password.
Anyone who has already contributed doesn’t need to contribute again.
During next season, I’ll also be making better use of the Facebook group associated with the blog. This is going to become a benefit of being a subscriber so I’ll be able to post transfers directly into the group. If anyone wanted to join, the group is https://www.facebook.com/groups/1737642209645683/. If you’re not on Facebook – this group will only support the blog. Nothing will be exclusively posted in the Facebook group – it will just be repeated content from the blog which is quicker to access for those on Facebook.
The option to contribute isn’t linked with the performance of my team selection. I’m not saying “contribute to the blog so you can see how great my team is”, I’m simply saying contribute to the blog as a platform for discussion around the game, where you can find plenty of information to help you make your own decisions around your team. The contribution is related to anyone who enjoys the blog rather than having to pay to see my team. Any kind of contribution doesn’t guarantee success.