How to enter the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League 2016/17

LDV FANTASY FOOTBALLThe English Premier League kicks off a fortnight tomorrow, on Saturday 13th August, and LibDemVoice has revived its Fantasy Football League to mark the occasion.

So if you fancy pitting your soccer selection skills against fellow party members then here’s your chance.

To enter all you have to do is click on this link. Simply register your details, pick your team, and away you go. If you need the joining code at any point, it’s 527124-155741.

And for those who don’t feel they have the insider knowledge to compete, you can always choose the ‘auto-complete’ option so your team is picked for you – just imagine how smug you’ll then feel when you beat those of us who’ve slaved over our choices…

Good luck to all those who take part.

* Stephen was Editor (and Co-Editor) of Liberal Democrat Voice from 2007 to 2015, and writes at The Collected Stephen Tall.

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  • Robert Wasteney 29th Jul '16 - 9:09am

    Might I also challenge you to fantasy NFL (American Football) as well.
    Players have projected scores on picking as well to aid your selections.

  • grahame lamb 30th Jul '16 - 9:42am

    I am not entirely sure where to post this comment but as fantasy football is displaying a very large cat I hope that this place might not be inappropriate.

    The new cat (“mouser”) at the Treasury is named Gladstone which I assume will be of interest to Liberals of all persuasions. He now enters the illustrious company of Larry at No 10 and Palmerston at the Foreign Office.

    What can the choice of a 21st century Gladstone at the Treasury foretell?

    We must wait and see.

  • Richard Underhill 5th Aug '16 - 11:22am

    Arsenal’s current position at the top of the Premier League is not based on performance this season and is based on a discriminatory system. They were previously known as the Woolwich Arsenal.
    Watford has access to two railway systems, three motorways and a large airport. Preference for Wembley included a lot of nostalgia, but Watford is not within the current boundaries of Greater London. Perhaps the Mayor could help?

  • Richard Underhill 7th Aug '16 - 6:02pm

    Fantasy! Politicians please note. Where the first innings lead is 100 or more the side batting last wins in 3.72% of cases, creating a self-fulfilling vicious circle,
    except at Edgbaston today. Having given up 4 wickets by declaring in the second innings England win by 141 runs. England lead in the series by 2 matches to 1. Oval next.
    Come on England!

  • Richard Underhill 8th Aug '16 - 11:25am

    Mata was taken off for being too short, so what should he do? wear high heels?
    Cricket has job-share, an injured player hits the ball and a teammate does the running.

  • Richard Underhill 9th Aug '16 - 10:32am

    James Anderson has regained his world ranking after recovering from injury and after Edgbaston. Number one. No surprises on who bowls the first over for England.

  • Richard Underhill 2nd Sep '16 - 10:17am

    The use of video evidence by the referee in the France – Italy game provides some hope for better informed decisions and fewer complaints by managers. The on-field referee stopped the game and the video-referee decided against the alleged handball, so there was no penalty. The fantasy is that video refereeing will be used in the next world cup, which is in Russia. Not impossible though, long overdue and the cause of increased excitement among the spectators in other sports.

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