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If FPL consumes your entire week, whether sneaking in transfers at work, making captain choices on the toilet, our Podcast is for you. Providing you with easily digestible stats, info, transfer suggestions, and more, within banter filled features. fplsurgery.com / @FPLSurgery Twitter / FPLsurgery on Facebook

FPL Surgery Podcast FPL Surgery Podcast

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    • 4.4, 16 Ratings

If FPL consumes your entire week, whether sneaking in transfers at work, making captain choices on the toilet, our Podcast is for you. Providing you with easily digestible stats, info, transfer suggestions, and more, within banter filled features. fplsurgery.com / @FPLSurgery Twitter / FPLsurgery on Facebook

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Banana Nose Maldonado ,

Good Banter, Great Insight, and Better Pee Breaks

Fantasy Football Surgery is one of my go-to resources for all things FPL. With Bully driving the bus and managing the banter, the Iceman serving as an able sidekick and providing great insight, a revolving cast of other contributors who offer up valuable points of view, and Iceman's pee breaks which bring a soothing 20-second break to every podcast, this is a must-listen for all Premier League fans and FPL junkies.

tyler mischeaux ,

Horrible audio quality.

Please try recording in the closet. Or the car. Or under a blanket. But as is, it’s near impossible to enjoy this podcast due to horrible audio quality.

@mike_jeski ,

The Surgeons Are Massive!

!Fantasy Football Surgery has simply become the best FPL podcast on the planet. I initially thought their use of "Guests" would be inconsistent and end in tears. I'm quite chuffed to be proven wrong.
The "Guests" are all seasoned veterans of FPL and bring with them vastly different perspectives, that, to my surprise are *not* daft or off the wall. Don't get me wrong, the regulars are all smart players as well, and they and the "Guests" provide valuable new perspectives, and of course what we all want, which is valididation of our own ideas and strategies. I enjoy the questions they field from social media, as they often represent risky ideas and the lads handle these quite well and with respect (yes, they've taken a question of mine). The banter is good and not over the top, you'll generally have a good laugh with this lot. If I had a complaint, it would be that the music for Iceman's Loo break could use a refresh.

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