LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League: manager of the month for August

Our first update from the LDV Fantasy Football League. Congratulations to Jon Featonby, our Manager of the Month for August.

His Obi One Kenobi Nil scored an impressive 200 points, just edging out former MP Adrian Sanders’ Riviera Magpies (197) and Jamie Lawson’s Gegen Style (189).

Here’s the first full league table:

There are 200+ players in total and you can still join the league by clicking here and using this code: 926270-223363.

* 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

  • Richard Underhill 25th Sep '17 - 8:03am

    Team Europe won the Laver Cup beating Team World 11 – 9.

  • Richard Underhill 10th Oct '17 - 11:37am

    World Cup qualifying coincides with the SNP conference. Health is devolved. The current First Minister used to be the Health Minister. A combination of stress and poor diet / obesity can cause cardiac arrest. Players are on special diets, but what about the fans? They want their team to win of course, but they don’t always.
    What is Nicola Sturgeon doing about it?

  • Richard Underhill 22nd Oct '17 - 9:54pm

    Usain Bolt supports Lewis Hamilton, who also gets a handshake from Bill Clinton. At the end of a Formula race they play the national anthem. OUR national anthem.

  • Richard Underhill 4th Nov '17 - 11:22am

    Tottenham 3 Real Madrid 1 at Wembley.

  • Richard Underhill 14th Nov '17 - 5:40pm

    Alan Shearer’s programme about footballers getting early onset dementia was repeated on Sunday 12/11/2017 on BBC TV. He scored 260 goals in the Premier League, of which about 52 were headers. He also scored for England and elsewhere. Training is more dangerous than competitive play, because there are many more actions.
    American football has set up a compensation fund of about three quarters of a billion dollars. Banning headers should be considered for players under the age of 10.
    Football authorities are often slow to act (witness the delay before the introduction of side-netting). Alan Shearer wants more medical evidence and points out, with understatement, that there is (enough) money in football.

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