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Brief: Fantasy league awaits

Brief: Fantasy league awaits

PHNOM PENH - Tension is increasing as the English Premier League nears ever closer. You now have less than five days to register your team for The Phnom Penh Post fantasy league. Simply go to fantasy.premierleague.com and sign up to create a team. Once you've chosen your squad, click on the Leagues tab, and then the create/join leagues tab, where you will be asked to enter this code, 112590-31633 (include the dash). Currently there are over 50 participants and exisiting teams can make free transfers before the season starts (August 15) using the Transfers tab. Local phone company Cellcard has just announced that they will be sponsoring the Post league, with weekly prizes and a season-end grand prize. So may the best manager win!

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