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Cellcard Fantasy League primed for new season

Cellcard Fantasy League primed for new season

Wannabe Premier League managers can start to put together their squads for another fiercely fought season of the Cellcard Fantasy League with the annual competition getting renewed yesterday.

Teams from the previous campaign will be automatically added to the league, while new teams and names changes must be registered by email to [email protected] to ensure eligibility for prizes from sponsors Cellcard.

New managers can join the league after creating their team on www.fantasy.premierleague.com by using the code 282488-75835.

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