It’s Part One of Sports Gamers Online’s exclusive interview with Creator Mike Mendheim and Lead Developer Ivan Zaplava of Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition.
In this first part of a two-part interview, Mike and Ivan speak about the benefits of a physical copy of the game, the reception of the initial release in 2017, and developing the game for the Nintendo Switch, among other topics.
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The Top 15 Goals of the Month :
1- Roben Neves – Wolves 2-2 Everton (26/08/2018)
2- Pedro – Huddersfield 0-3 Chelsea (11/08/2018)
3- Pereyra – Watford 2-0 Brighton (11/08/2018)
4- Bernado Silva – Arsenal 0-2 Man City (12/08/2018)
5- Lucas Moura – Tottenham 3-1 Fulham (18/08/2018)
6- Trippier – Tottenham 3-1 Fulham (18/08/2018)
7- Wilson – West Ham 1-2 Bournemouth (18/08/2018)
8- Aguero – Man City 6-1 Huddersfield (19/08/2018)
9- David Silva – Man City 6-1 Huddersfield (19/08/2018)
10- Andre Grey – Burnley 1-3 Watford (19/08/2018)
11- Will Hughes – Burnley 1-3 Watford (19/08/2018)
12- Ryan Bertrand – Southampton 1-2 Leicester (25/08/2018)
13- Seri – Fulham 4-2 Burnley (26/08/2018)
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Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW9
Fantasy Premier League managers will be plunged straight back into the drama this weekend after the international break draws to a close. Eden Hazard has been the go-to superstar this season and is expected to produce another huge display when Chelsea take on Manchester United. If you don’t own the Belgian star by now, you probably never will, but there are plemty of options you should consider right across the field. Bournemouth star Callum Wilson looks to be an excellent pick-up, while Alexandre Lacazette and Gylfi Sigurdsson are turning heads with their recent form. Express Sport has rounded up the best Fantasy Premier League transfers you can make ahead of Gameweek 9:FWD: Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – £6.3m Wilson has led the line tremendously well this season with a stack of goals and assists. He has scored big goals and worked well with in-form strike partner Josh King.MID: Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Burnley) – £6.0m Sean Dyche’s men endured a dismal start, but five assists from Gudmundsson have gone a long way towards stablising the situation.DEF: Benjamin Mendy (Man City) – £6.2m The Frenchman is back. His price has dropped over the course of his several weeks on the sidelines, so now is the time to pounce on him.DEF: Matt Doherty (Wolves) – £4.7m There will be a race to sign Doherty this week after a trio of 12+ point hauls from his last four games. Clean sheets and assists are pulling in the bonus points too.MID: Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton) – £7.4m Many premium-cost midfielders are failing to justify their price tags this season, but Sigurdsson looks like a terrific signing with much better value than many fellow creative stars.FWD: Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) – £9.6m The Gunners are enjoying a strong run of form, largely helped by the Lacazette-Aubameyang combination. Both stars are worth a transfer, though Lacazette is comfortably cheaper.FWD: Glenn Murray (Brighton) – £6.5m If you’re looking for a budget differential option away from the Bournemouth strikers, Murray is your man. The only top half teams Brighton must face in the next eight weeks are Wolves and Leicester.MID: Raheem Sterling (Man City) – £11.1m The England winger looked risky at the start of the season given City’s competitive squad, but he has been electric in 2018/19 and fully deserves to win the battle of the wingers.GKP: Rui Patricio (Wolves) – £4.6m Wolves have been rock-solid at the back all season, and they’re up against Watford who have struggled after their bright start.DEF: Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) – £6.3m The Scottish left-back is the safest bet to start in defence for the Reds. Trent Alexander-Arnold was left out against Man City and Lovren is back in the mix, but Robertson’s position looks bulletproof.
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George Taliaferro, 91, who was the first black man drafted into the NFL, died on MondayThe first black man to have been drafted into the National Football League has died at the age of 91.George Taliaferro, who was also only the second black quarterback in the league, according to Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay, passed away on Monday.In addition to leading the offense, the star athlete also played running back, wide receiver, defensive back, punter, kick returner and punt returner during his career.Though selected by the Bears, Taliaferro never played on the team because he had signed the week prior with the Los Angeles Dons of the competing All-America Football Conference. He would join the NFL the following year, as a New York Yank. While the three-time Pro Bowler was the first black man to be selected during the NFL draft, other black men did play in the league before he joined.’I’m the one person in the history of the NFL to play seven positions,’ Taliaferro told Jerry Bembry of The Undefeated in September 2017. ‘When I went on the field, the game was over when I came off.’Truly a player with heart and talent to match, Taliaferro appeared in three Pro Bowls, between 1951 and 1953, amassing 2,266 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns; 95 receptions for 1,300 yards and 12 scores; 1,633 passing yards for 10 touchdowns and 29 interceptions; 35 forced fumbles and 13 fumble recoveries throughout his career, according to the Bleacher Report.Even though he made history by being drafted by the Chicago Bears in 1949, Taliaferro never actually played for the team. Still, Taliaferro remains a pivotal part of that team’s history. Chicago Bears running back and fellow Indiana University Hoosiers alum Jordan Howard shared his thoughts on the passing of a great:’Rest In Peace to George Taliaferro, A true Pioneer and IU Legend,’ Howard wrote on Tuesday.As a star halfback and punter at Indiana University in Bloomington, Taliaferro helped his team win the 1945 Western Conference championship. He would later be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1981.One week prior to being selected by the Bears in 1949, Taliaferro had signed with the Los Angeles Dons of the All-America Football Conference, playing there for that league’s last year in existence.One year later, Taliaferro began his NFL career with the New York Yanks, staying on the east coast from 1950-51. He moved on to the Dallas Texans in 1952, played for the Baltimore Colts from 1953-54 and ended his career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1955. ‘Rest in peace, George Taliaferro,’ Irsay tweeted on Tuesday. ‘A trailblazer and true gentleman, George graced us with his presence at a recent home game. One of our last connections to pro football of the ’40s/50s.’Off the field, the legend was a professor at both Maryland and