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How to play Fantasy Premier League

It is easy,fun and simple to play this game. It does not consumer a lot of time and energy to register and start playing.



Are you a football fan? Do you want something fun to do on your free time or in the weekends when watching your favorite English clubs play, then Fantasy Premier League is here to make your premier league experience more fun.

The game allows you to compete with friends and other fans through creating leagues.

What is Fantasy Premier League

This is a game that makes you a fantasy manager of premier league players.

Fans are allowed to manage a team of players they have selected from the 20 premier league clubs. To join, just visit the FPL website at and register for an account.

Each player has a price tag and you are awarded a limited budget of £100 million for the 15-man squad you are going to manage.

Awarding of points

Players are awarded points based on their clean sheets, goals, saves, and assists.

The starting eleven from your squad are awarded points and in case a player in the starting squad does not play then the player is automatically replaced by the first player on the bench.

You also earn double points from the player you selected as your game week captain.

If your selected captain does not play then the vice captain scores double for you.

Building and selecting a squad

You are only allowed to select a maximum of three players from a particular team. The squad selected consists of two goalkeepers, three forwards, five midfielders and five defenders.

You can choose a formation that best fits you. such formations include 3-5-2, 4-3-3, 5-3-2 and many more football formations.

The deadline for selecting a squad is always 90 minutes to kick off of the first game in a game week.

Making transfers

Transfers made before the league starts in August 2021 are not limited.

After the league starts you will only be given one transfer free for each game week.

If you do not use your free transfer the following game week there will be two free transfers but if you do not use them after that they will disappear and start again.

Points will be used if you make more transfers than the free transfer given and each will attract a 4-point deduction.


These help you enhance the performance of your team especially during double game-weeks or blank gameweeks. The chips include the following;

Wildcard – This chip allows you to completely change all the players in your team and does not deduct any of your points. You get two wildcards in a season.
Triple Captain – When you activate this chip your captain for that game week will get triple the total points he has.
Bench Boost – It allows you to earn extra points from the players in the bench. You can only use it once in a season.
Free Hit – Allows you to change your team for one game week after which it reverts to the original team.

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Entertainment News round up




A lot is happening in a short span of time. Therefore we thought to fill you in on happenings that may have skipped your timeline.

Nikita Kering got nominated for AFRIMAWARDS 

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Recently, Nikita Kering, a Kenyan RnB artist was nominated for the All Africa Music Awards in three categories 1. Best Female Artiste in Eastern Africa 2. Songwriter of the year 3. Best Artiste, duo, or group in African RnB Soul. Voting is ongoing on Vote for her!

Kevin Hart launched a clothing line

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The line which is dubbed ‘the Hart collection’ is produced in collaboration with fabletics, Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko Hart. The collection comprises mostly sporting gear, hats and sweaters.


Venessa Mdee welcomed a baby girl

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The Tanzanian artist who is engaged to power actor Rotimi recently welcomed their first child. The superstar who currently resides in Nigeria with her fiancé announced her pregnancy with a picture on her social accounts. She followed that recently with the hand of a newborn and a caption bearing the name Seven Adeoluwa Akinosho. Kenyan celebrities who flooded her timeline with congratulatory messages include Tallia Oyando, Akothee, and Sarah Hassan.


Vybz Kartel bought his family property

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After 10 years of incarceration, Vybz Kartel, the famous dancehall artiste is now investing in property for his family. In an Instagram post, he announced that he had procured land for his son who was now a father, and bought a house for his aging mother and father.

Kenyans vote Otile Brown, the biggest artist in Kenya See the source image

Nairobi Gossip Club hosted an opinion poll where they asked Kenya to mention the biggest Kenyan artist. As usual, fans took to commenting where most comments indicated that they considered Otile Brown the biggest artist in Kenya. Otile Brown must have impressed his fans by his work ethic, strategic collaborations and his relentless urge to rise as a star.

Other honourable mentions included Nyashinski, Sauti Sol, Khaligraph Jones and Nikita.

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Akothee speaks on her struggles of being a public figure

According to the mother of five, not every stranger who approaches you has good intentions and went on to say that she has been forced to run away from her fans on several occasions



Being a public figure comes with its own share of challenges that come as a result of high expectations from people who at time forget you are human being too.

Now, singer Esther Akoth, popularly known as Akothee, in a post on her Instagram account has opened up on the struggles she goes through in her life as a public figure. The hit maker revealed that she is always uneasy when she discovers that she has been noticed when in a public area.

“You all might not understand but allow me to express myself today. I may appear strong but deep down I have been broken so many times. I am a moving damaged goods,” She wrote.


Akothee said that being on the limelight might not be as glamorous as majority of the people at times believe and events from her past still give her chills when it comes to meeting her fans.

“I have realized that I have become very sensitive that I don’t even want to leave my house. I don’t like people recognizing me in public and at times I just wished I was just a normal person passing the streets in peace,” she added.

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According to the mother of five, not every stranger who approaches you has good intentions. She went on to say that she has been forced to run away from her fans on several occasions. Akothee admitted that she is always scared to meet her fans to the extent that she gets traumatized before leaving her house or jumping out of her car.


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“I am Samuel” film banned

The film was produced in 2020 by Toni Kamau which highlights the experiences of Samuel Asilikwa after coming out as a gay man in the streets of Nairobi



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The Kenya Film classification board(KFCB) has announced the ban of a “gay” themed documentary on Samuel Asilikwa, a Kenyan. The film was called “I am Samuel” and was directed by Peter Murimi.

In a statement on Thursday, acting KFCB Chief Executive Officer Chris Wambua said that the ban will be in effect because the film is promoting a “gay theme”

“In the course of examining a film titled: I am Samuel, which was submitted to the Board for classification, the Board noted a clear and deliberate attempt by the producer, to promote same-sex marriages as an acceptable way of life,” Wambua said.

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He went on to say that the same-sex relationship is evident in the film through repeated confessions by the gay couple(in the film) that what they feel for each other is normal and should be embraced as a way of life.

Mr. Wambua also announced that any attempts to air the film with the Kenyan territory in now deemed illegal and any to distribute it within the country shall be met with the full force of the law.

“While the Board welcomes local and foreign support to our budding local film industry, such funding should focus on production of content that is aligned with the laws of our country. Films that advocate for same-sex marriages, homosexuality or any outlawed practices shall not be allowed for exhibition, or distribution within the country,” KFCB said.

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The film was produced in 2020 by Toni Kamau which highlights the experiences of Samuel Asilikwa after coming out as a gay man in the streets of Nairobi. It also shows his experience of rejection from from friends and some family members.


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