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Fantasy League kick off

Saturday’s start to the Premier League’s 2014-15 campaign carries a fair weight of expectations, with action-starved football fans eager to see the many new summer signings making their debuts for respective clubs.

Whether these fresh faces will be worth their latest price tags remains to be seen in the accompanying Cellcard Fantasy League, and of course every fantasy manager will want to find the next bargain gem.

As previously announced in the Post, this coming season offers even more chances to win than past years, including smartphones for the top three squads both overall and at the halfway stage.

An Alcatel C9 phone will be winging its way to the two table toppers at the end of gameweeks 19 and 38, while second placed teams will get an Alcatel Mini and third spots earn an Alcatel C5.

All six managers will also each receive a Cellcard SIM card (worth $60), as will the fourth and fifth place finishers of the standings at the two points of the season.

New sides entering the competition can join the league by using the code 282488-75835 after constructing their squads at Managers wishing to be eligible for Cellcard prizes must register their fantasy team name, manager name, real name, Cambodian phone number and occupation by email to

Existing teams need not re-register, although updated details such as a change in phone number need to be notified.



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