How to enter the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League 2017/18

LDV FANTASY FOOTBALLThe English Premier League kicks off a fortnight on Friday, 11th 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. There’s over 60 of you already joined!

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 926270-223363.

Last season’s winner, Alain Desmier, finished in the top 500 world-wide — at the same time as taking on Emily Thornberry in the general election!

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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5 Comments

  • I have entered my losing team, heavily weighted towards the Mighty Huddersfield Town

  • Good on you, Jennie. Up the Terriers !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Smile Awhile. Was at Wembley in May and absolutely chuffed to bits.

  • Richard Underhill 28th Jul '17 - 9:32pm

    England had a good day today, Stokes got 112. He was caught on the boundary, but the catcher fell on the boundary rope, resulting in 6 not out. South Africa were 126 for 8, Amla 6, Du Plessis 1, England lead 225.
    In these circumstances tickets for the fifth day have, in the past, been available for £10 for adults and free for under 16s. I have been to Lords (against India) and the Oval (against West indies) on that basis. On both occasions England won.

  • Richard Underhill 31st Jul '17 - 12:19pm

    Tickets for the Oval today for under 16s are at the fantasy price of £1. England could win.
    South Africa need 492, which would be a record, good luck with that.
    At the end of the apartheid era sport in South Africa was culturally biased. Newly elected President Nelson Mandela went to a home game against New Zealand at rugby, wearing the shirt of the South African captain, an afrikaaner. South Africa won. Good news for the rainbow nation.
    Cricket benefitted because the West Indies ended their boycott and sent an international team to train and encourage South Africans to play cricket. They are now a strong team, selected on merit. The series is currently one game each with one in play.

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