Gareth Hynes has been left considering his options after two brutal weeks on Fantasy Football. The 28-year-old was 'full sure' things would be different this season, but it has not panned out this way with injuries, poor luck and bad choices leaving his side with just 24 points after two games, forcing the barman to leave his fantasy team by mutual consent.
At a press conference organised by Hynes in his kitchen, which was attended by no one, the Dublin native explained the reasons for his decision:
I thought Felipe Anderson was going to tear the arse out of the Premier League... Kevin De Bruyne fucked his knee up in training. Vardy's out for three games now with that red against Wolves. I used my triple captain on Ozil and bench boost on the first day... Nothing's gone right for me.
I know they say things even themselves out over a season, but I just feel that I've gone as far as I can with this team.
I think it's best if I step away from the game for a while and let someone else take over this group.
Hynes' team is set to be taken over by his best mate Baz Doherty. Doherty has several fantasy football and fantasy draft teams on the go, but is adamant that this will not interfere with his plans to try and resurrect HynosBoyz' season:
Look I'm coming into this with my eyes open. I know there's a big job at hand to get this team up the league, but I'm willing to put in the hours. I've no job, which makes things a lot easier, so no one can doubt my commitment to HynosBoyz. We will be in the upper echelons of the table come may, Mark my words.