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Post Fantasy League kick-off just days away

Post Fantasy League kick-off just days away

The start of the new English Premier League season is just five days away, and aspiring managers are busy constructing their squads for the accompanying Post Fantasy League. Following the success of last season, Cellcard have confirmed they will be sponsoring prizes for weekly and overall winners. To submit your team, go to fantasy.premierleague.com and enter the code 42804-14678 to join our league. There are new rules (published on the forum page) and managers must register their team by email to [email protected] to be eligible for prize collection.

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