The latest transfer speculation, featuring: Campbell could stay at Arsenal, Everton reject offers for key duo, West Ham and Liverpool fight for Nice striker and Aston Villa warned off Parker bid.
The first of four instalments looking back at the 19 seasons Fantasy League has been running. This five-season section feature's Alan Shearer all-time FL points season record, while it also sees the lowest ever season score.
Liverpool have signed England international Joe Cole on a free transfer after he was released by Chelsea at the end of last season. Cole has passed a medical and put pen to paper on a four-year contract.
Today's transfer latest from Fantasy League: Bramble nears cut price Sunderland move, Eduardo leaving Arsenal, four clubs in Benjani pursuit and Manchester United in fresh Ozil link.
As we enter the 20th season of Fantasy League we celebrate the career of the player that has been on the Player List in every single one, the perennial Ryan Giggs.
Arsenal rout Barnet, while there are also wins for Aston Villa, Chelsea, Manchester United and Wolves in the latest round of pre-season friendlies.
The lastest transfer speculation ahead of the new season featuring Didier Drogba, a new transfer battle involving Liverpool and West Ham, plus Martin Jol.
West Ham have signed former Portsmouth striker Frederic Piquionne and Mexico winger Pablo Barrera. The pair joined the club over the weekend and are the first signings since boss Avram Grant took over.
The latest transfer rumours from every Premier League club, including: Henry urges Fabregas to stay, key duo to leave Everton, Joe Cole off to Liverpool and Mezut Ozil available for £20m.
Fulham began life post Roy Hodgson by handing out a thrashing while there were also wins for Everton, Bolton, West Ham and Sunderland in the latest batch of pre-season friendlies.
Fantasy League Classic 2010/11 is now live, so make sure you get involved with a Friends and Enemies League to make the most of your managerial campaign on as many levels as possible.
Manchester City have signed Valencia's Spanish international David Silva, who has put pen-to-paper on a four-year deal. The two clubs agreed a fee of around £25m during the World Cup.