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Gianni Buttice & Ed Gray
Fantasy Football Social
A lighter look at the Fantasy Football week: The Fantasy Football Social with Gianni & Ed. Glancing at the gameweek just gone, telling stories from the FPL community and looking ahead at future transfers. Forget about your XGI or your BPS (if you don’t know what they are don’t worry!) each episode the boys will be joined by one of their favourite characters from the world of Fantasy Football for a chilled start to the week.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 9 ratings
Perfect for a commute
Listened to this on my way home from work - really enjoyable. I like the fact it's a bit different from anything else around. Relaxed and cheerful with great guests and quizzes. For reference Ed and Gianni, the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire music needs to stay!Read full review »
FPL Scoped via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/31/21
Love it, can’t wait :-)
Neddy Ned Ned via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/24/21
Very welcome FPL content for early in the week. These lads don’t take themselves too seriously and I love it!
Gianni Butticè via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/24/21
Recent Episodes
Published 11/26/21
A New Manager Bounce? | The Fantasy Football Social Extra Join Gianni & Ed for the Fantasy Football Social Extra. Shorter episodes discussing key topics from the Fantasy Football world.  In this episode Ed & Gianni talk about the idea that a new manager bounce exists? Please consider...
Published 11/26/21
Big At The Back? | With @HinduMonkey | The Fantasy Football Social Welcome to the Fantasy Football Social, a lighter look at the Fantasy Football week. Today we are graced by the presence of the man behind the @HinduMonkey twitter account, PJ. He pleases Ed very much with his quiz topic... We...
Published 11/22/21
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