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2 hours ago, Raf smog said:

It’s fantasy premier league and winner of both leagues take all.  There are 2 leagues head to head and overall.

How does the head to head one operate differently to the overall

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Codes sent youngy  

You can change as many times as you want up until the kick off is locked in

Sent details and if someone different doesn’t win this year I am Quitting

1 minute ago, liambell42 said:

How does the head to head one operate differently to the overall

Every week you play someone different in our league and winner gets 3 points 1 for a drawer and winner is the one who wins the most games

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3 minutes ago, clappy1974 said:

Hi mate, I would like to enter again cheers. Is it the same paypal as last year???? C.Smee. I will send you £10 if it us.

Hi pal have messaged details

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6 minutes ago, Alfaboy said:

I'll have another go at both Raf.

 

I have your bank details from last year, account ending 19, should i transfer there?

Yes please pal

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Just under 2 weeks to go before the start pot for each league currently sits at £45.  Let’s get more involved see if we can match last years total!

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On 7/17/2021 at 9:15 AM, Raf smog said:

Not many entering yet. Prize pots have been won by the same person each year. Please someone enter who can actually beat him. 

What was his rank last year?

 

I'll join both

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6 minutes ago, Herbivorous said:

Hi there.  Please can you sign me up for the main league??  Thanks.  I'll try and do a better job of it than last season.  I'll be paying by PayPal if that's okay

No problems have pm you

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