How to enter the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League 2018/19

LDV FANTASY FOOTBALLThe English Premier League kicks off next week, Friday 10 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 almost 100 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 1729103-394948.

Last season’s winner, Alan Worthington, finished in the top 25,000 world-wide (out of over six million players).

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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15 Comments

  • Richard Underhill 10th Sep '18 - 3:35pm

    Fantasy achieved today at the Kennington Oval. Root 125, Cook 147, weather good, 101 overs so far, 356 for 6, plus a first innings lead of 40. England lead the series 3-1 and are in a good position in this game. Add 5 penalty runs to the England score because India’s wicketkeeper Pant spilled the ball which hit the helmet. Leading scorer in the series Joss Buttler, who should move up the batting order for future international matches.
    Sri Lanka next (away).

  • Richard Underhill 30th Sep '18 - 6:41pm

    Remember what Charles Kennedy said?
    At different levels of federalism he supported different sports.
    At golf he supported Europe.
    The bookies’ favourite for the Ryder Cup 2018 was USA.
    Actual winners Europe, in Paris, today.
    Are the players affected by patriotism? You betcha, just ask them.

  • Richard Underhill 30th Sep '18 - 6:56pm

    “On constitutional reform he was a long-term supporter of full home rule for Scotland within a federal United Kingdom within a federal Europe.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Kennedy

  • Richard Underhill 25th Nov '18 - 1:10pm

    Imagine you have become a sports journalist wanting an F1 interview. Lewis Hamilton has won his fifth world championship this year, only Michael Schumacher has done more and he has retired from F1. Lewis is on pole today, again, and was asked whether he is happy.
    F1 driver Kubica crashed a rally car and suffered serious injuries. (F1 cars are safer nowadays). It seemed extremely unlikely that he would re-enter Formula 1. The Williams team boss was asked whether family history (her father) affected the decision. She replied that she had not been asked that question before (code for NO).

  • Richard Underhill 19th Mar '19 - 11:19pm
  • Richard Underhill 25th Aug '19 - 4:42pm

    Please all watch the highlights on Channel 5 tonight at 1900.
    Records are there to be broken.
    Please will all comments by pessimists be deleted unread.
    I keep recalling being told by my line manager in the Prison Service that we would have a talk about ‘what is important in life’.
    I responded spontaneously “A test match against Australia!”
    From elsewhere in the room another line manager said “Not that important!!”
    Alastair Cook writes on page 3 of the Sunday Times Sport section.
    Fifth day tomorrow.

  • richard underhill 7th Feb '20 - 3:12pm

    “He is the Special One. I intend to call him that for the rest of his career” Ian Botham
    “The undisputed hero of English cricket” The Times
    “There are not enough superlatives to describe Ben Stokes” Nasser Hussain Daily Mail
    England’s summer to remember Ben Stokes on fire 2019
    ISBN 978 1 4722 7125 9
    World cup win and 5 test matches against Australia

  • richard underhill 8th Aug '20 - 6:17pm

    Pakistan has used all of its reviews. England need 21 runs to win.

  • richard underhill. 15th Aug '20 - 9:26am

    Champions League 15/8/2020
    Barcelona 2 Bayern Munich 8
    Muller 4,31
    Perisic 21
    Gnabry 27
    Kinmich 63
    Lewan\dowski 82
    Coutinho 85, 89
    Did Coutinho ever play in England?

  • richard underhill. 15th Aug '20 - 9:38am

    And now for a cricket score
    Boxing Day Melbourne Cricket Ground, 5 day match
    Day 1 Australia all out for 98
    Aussie fans head for the exits,
    England team progress to number ONE in the world
    It did happen
    Voting numbers should be treated the same way.
    Remember the Orpington bye-election?
    Or the Eastbourne bye-election?

    Or the Ribble Valley bye-election? The PM’s memoirs state that he was advised that they could not lose,
    We said “Let’s give their new Chairman an early bath.”

  • richard underhill. 15th Aug '20 - 9:39am

    And now for a cricket score
    Boxing Day Melbourne Cricket Ground, 5 day match
    Day 1 Australia all out for 98
    Aussie fans head for the exits,
    England team progress to number ONE in the world
    It did happen
    Voting numbers should be treated the same way.
    Remember the Orpington bye-election?
    Or the Eastbourne bye-election?
    Or the Ribble Valley bye-election? The PM’s memoirs state that he was advised that they could not lose,
    We said “Let’s give their new Chairman an early bath.”

  • richard underhill. 22nd Aug '20 - 4:19pm

    Crawley has passed 250 not out, for England, he also plays for Kent
    England are 477 for 4 at 16.16
    The first byes have just gone on the scoreboard
    At 246 not out Geoffrey Boycott was dropped for slow scoring (not entertaining enough).
    Michael Vaughan (former Ashes winning captain) says ‘do this more often’,
    against Australia,
    against India

  • richard underhill. 22nd Aug '20 - 4:33pm

    Boycott also played for Yorkshire
    Will England declare?
    High/lights at 7pm on BBC tv.

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