Miles Reucroft

Miles Reucroft

I edit The Cricket Blog, a website for ramblings and unusual stories around the world of cricket, including the odd rant. Okay, mostly ranting. A cathartic experience for its contributors, if not always its readers!

Fantasy Football Blog week 10: Kane-ing it up the table

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 31 – The penultimate blog?

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week 9...

Fantasy Football Blog week 9: the climb continues

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 30 – is this the end?

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week 9...

Fantasy Football Blog week 10: Kane-ing it up the table

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 29 – the end is in sight

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week 9...

Last Da Vinci in private hands sells for record $450 MILLION

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 28 – serene progression

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week 9...

Fantasy Football Blog week 9: the climb continues

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 27 – a return to form

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

Fantasy Football Blog week 13 – arresting the slide

The Fantasy Football Blog Week 26 – a returning hero

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

What else could West Ham supporters have done?

What else could West Ham supporters have done?

“Ugly,” “disgraceful,” “vile,” “a day of shame,” “scenes nobody wants to see.” The media bandwagon clicked into its predictable gear following West Ham’s 3-0 defeat to Swansea on Saturday. It is a game which will not live long in the memory for the football, but rather the actions of a handful...

Fantasy Football Blog week 10: Kane-ing it up the table

The Fantasy Football Blog week 25 – Hitting and hoping

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

Fantasy Football Blog week 13 – arresting the slide

The Fantasy Football Blog week 21: a heartbreaking farewell

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

Spurs would be the most unpopular Premier League winners in history, hands down

The Fantasy Football Blog week 20 – business as usual

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

The Fantasy Football Blog: FC Fakin’ Run Aboutabit break for Internationals

The Fantasy Football Blog week 19 – new year, new worries

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

Fantasy Football Blog week 13 – arresting the slide

Fantasy Football Blog week 13 – arresting the slide

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

Fantasy Football Blog week 12 – in search of a keeper

Fantasy Football Blog week 12 – in search of a keeper

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here, Week 3 preview here, Week 4 preview here, Week 5 preview here, Week 6 preview here, Week 7 preview here, Week 8 preview here, Week...

Why is no one talking about Chris Froome?

Why is no one talking about Chris Froome?

The achievements of Chris Froome, who completed a stunning Tour de France/Vuelta a Espana double in the same year on Sunday, almost needs shaking into the British sporting consciousness. It is a feat that has been achieved only twice previously and in discussing it, we’re talking about the crème de...

The London Economic

The Fantasy Football Blog: Week 3 preview

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The Week 1 review is here, Week 2 transfers & preview here. Crisis is a big word. Especially after two weeks. But for the likes of Newcastle, West Ham,...

The Fantasy Football Blog: Episode 1

The Fantasy Football Blog: Week 1 review

Miles Reucroft is undertaking a different way of playing the ever popular Fantasy Football this season. To understand his methodology, read part one here. The first weekend of the season is always a difficult one. How will the new boys bed in? Do they get on with the local lads?...

The Fantasy Football Blog: Episode 1

The Fantasy Football Blog: Episode 1

Welcome to the 2017/18 Fantasy Football Blog! It’s a time of great excitement in offices and WhatsApp groups as teams are assembled with great care and attention, usually to be discarded by mid-September. I enjoy fantasy football, but I don’t enjoy the nonsense that comes with it. Triple captains. Bench...

Date Set for Joshua v Klitshcko

AJ sets out his stall for his era

It’s rare that you gear up for a sporting event in the knowledge that the result doesn’t really matter since you were going to witness something truly historical. Either outcome and in whatever fashion would define one man’s legacy; his entire career. So it was for Anthony Joshua, the young...

Arsenal’s empire needs a new emperor

Arsenal’s empire needs a new emperor

Sport News 24/7 All empires crumble. Just ask the Romans, Ottomans and British; all good things come to an end. And so it is proving at the Emirates Stadium, where one man’s kingdom is crumbling around him. Like King Cnut, Arsene Wenger is finding that he cannot hold back the...

FA Cup consumed by its own magic

FA Cup consumed by its own magic

Sport News 24/7 Was the Fourth Round a classic in the annals of FA Cup history? Two non-league sides made it into the Fifth Round hat for the first time this century and lower league sides were toppling their supposed superiors across the board. Magic of the Cup, innit? Not...

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