The launch of the 2021/22 Fantasy Premier League on Tuesday prompted a buzz of excitement from FPL managers all across the world.
Now I've seen both Hojbjerg and Kante's price I'm beyond hyped #FPL— Andy (@LetsTalk_FPL) June 21, 2021
On a real, I’ve been more pumped up from the #FPL player price reveals than Euros Fantasy. Something about it that doesn’t get me to check my phone after every match and plan out my next transfer. Same for World Cup 2018. Tournaments just ain’t cut out for it. #EuroFantasy— El Knee Know (@ElKneeKnow) June 21, 2021
Mad excited for the season now!— Ben Kelly 🇮🇪🇪🇺 (@BenKelly9) June 21, 2021
For @fplmacks, the way that managers are forced to choose between premium players was a welcome challenge.
Excited for the new season! To me the premium prices seem not to reflect past performance but to force players hands into choosing A or B, making it so we can’t cover all our bases. Much more exciting! #FPL #FPLCommunity— fplmacks (@fplmacks) June 22, 2021
FPL expert @zophar666 pointed out that the early release of the game could present managers with a number of bargains should players move between PL clubs, while @ffscout_az bemoaned the fact that he is only able to select three Brighton & Hove Albion players.