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Sunday, 22 July 2012

Fantasy Football 2012/13 is here


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Do you think you can do a better job than the professor Arsene Wenger? Could you out-muscle Mancini at defending title winners Manchester City? Then this is your chance to prove it!

Squarefootball's Fantasy Football is back for another season and we want as many participants as possible. Last season we had more than 200 entries but we are looking to double that this time round.

It doesn't matter where in the world you are or who you support - if you think you know the Premier League then we want to hear from you.

There are no prizes on offer specifically from us - we can't even afford to eat let alone give away prizes - but there are plenty of cash prizes to be won by the official hosting company, plus you'll have the added satisfaction of beating us at what we adore.

And the best bit about it is that it is absolutely free to enter!

So what are you waiting for? Register your details at fantasy.premierleague.com and pick your squad of 15 players - no more than three from a particular team - from the £100 million available. We may be a couple of weeks away from the big kick off but you can change your team as many times as you like up to the morning of the first game on August 18 without losing any points.

Head to the League section - across the top panel - and click enter league. Then use the following code to join our merry men and women in the battle to win the Squarefootball Title:

42759-14391

Players who took part in last season's competition should automatically re-enter the league once they choose their team for this season.

The league will not accept any new members from September 1 so you have been warned.

So come on, what are you waiting for? Let battle commence!

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