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Fancy Your Chances As A Manager?

Fancy Your Chances As A Manager?

With the season fast approaching for England and Wales, you only have until 15 minutes before kick off tomorrow to take advantage of your Vital Fantasy Football game transfer amnesty.

After tomorrow, you'll not be able to refine your team again until our transfer window opens on September 4th 2007. From then on you can make a total of 20 transfers throughout the season, as long as you stay in budget of course!!

Please note you can join up anytime through the season up until April 5th 2008 but you only score from the day you register!

The transfers you make during the transfer amnesty will not affect your allocation of 20 transfers for the rest of the season.

So if you have already registered a team at www.VitalFantasyFootball.co.uk then go over it with a fine tooth comb and make sure you are ready for the season!

If not, why not sign up HERE and join in, show the real managers how it is done. It is all free, if you don't have the time to make detailed team selections, try the lucky dip instead!

The prizes available are:

Overall manager of the season:
1st £1,000
2nd £500
3rd £250
4th £125
5th £125

Monthly manager (most points) August - April (10 prizes)
£250 a month.

Top Mini League will win:
1st £250
2nd £125
3rd £125

You can also invite your mates or work colleagues to enter a mini league with you, they are easy to create once you have set your team up.

Sign up, the odds are far better than many of the games out there as we are newer and this is our exclusive competition, not shared with papers or tv channels.

Spread the word and good luck! www.VitalFantasyFootaball.co.uk

You can also get a free £10 bet from William Hill, our partners in the Vital Football Fantasy Game: Click Here For Details

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday August 10 2007
Time: 11:36AM

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