Twitter Must-Follows

TWITTER is Your Friend.

In order to stay up to date and to get the hottest takes from the folks who know, it is absolutely vital to plug into the FPL Draft community on Twitter. Not only will it help your fantasy game, but I've found it to be incredibly inclusive, welcoming, and friendly. There's no time for negativity and professional fantasy writers and experts in the game will actually respond to you when you @ them. It's vital if you want to reach the pinnacle in this game.


Chuck is awesome about replying, but just know the guy's busy. Between recording FPL360 pod, writing for Fantrax and Rotoworld, and rabidly following Spurs, he's hasn't much time to spare. So, when his reply is alarming in its frankness... well, that's Chuck!


John Wallin will be popping up all over this site. One of the masterminds behind the best draft format to ever exist (Togga), Gaffer weighs in on draft questions often. He's also the host of @BangAveragePod and produces a draft kit yearly that is well worth the coin.


I can't say enough about the work that the Chaps put in. I admire their dedication to their site and the fact that they still have time to respond on Twitter.


Tweet them with a poll question about a decision you're faced with in your league. They will post it. You will get tons of votes on YOUR PARTICULAR question. Enough said.


The hosts of one of the VERY few FPL Draft pods, The Ninjas are actually strongest on their Instagram game. Solid takes. Most of it they'll repost to Twitter. (19/20 Update: They may have fallen off the planet.)


Will has a blog, which will show up elsewhere on the site. He also writes for Fantrax. Super talented, knowledgeable dude.


A buddy of mine and one of the most consistent FPL Draft question answerers on Twitter. In particular, he loves a good waiver wire discussion.


You know those nice things I just said about Totti? Copy and paste for Hazardous. Class act. These last two gents will be happy to welcome you to the #FPLDraft community.


Ben is not a draft fantasy account. However, the information that he posts regarding injuries in the PL is so indispensable, that he is an absolute must-follow for any fantasy manager. He's one of the hardest working gents on Twitter, and his information always spot on and timely.


Co-host (no offense, Wallin) to the @BangAveragePod, Mike has a healthy amount of draft knowledge and a healthy disdain for OFPL. I can't promise that any response from him won't be dripping in sarcasm. He'd have it no other way.


He's always happy to weigh in on draft-related questions. Also, he asks many solid questions directed at the right people. This means... you follow him, you get the same valuable info after he asks it.


This account is sort of automated. It basically reposts FPL articles, podcasts, and features from around Twitter and the web. It's sort of like this site, but in the form of a Twitter account, and real-time. In other words, you'll know when FPL content is released, even if you don't follow the person who originally posted it.


I wasn't regularly interacting with Draftiola until after I made most of this list. However, he should be MUCH higher. He has an insane level of knowledge and is happy to weigh in on your questions if you @ him.

FFGenie (@joeybob88888)

As mentioned in the Rankings section, FF Genie is new on the scene as of 19/20. He's making the effort to write quality, helpful material for the draft game.

The above accounts often talk about FPL Draft specifically. Below, I'll list some users who should absolutely be followed, but might refer to the OFPL or to the Premier League in general. Feel free to contact me with any additions, but only if they're helpful to draft managers.

*More helpful Twitter accounts coming soon!*