Back by popular demand, the Wolves Blog Fantasy Football League is alive and kicking for the 2010/11 season.
Just like last year, we’re hosting the competition on the Fantasy Premier League website here:
If you didn’t enter last season, get yourself over there, register with the game and pick your squad. Once you’ve done that, you can then join our league.
The code you’ll need to enter to join the Wolves Blog Fantasy Football League is: 474801-115640
The great thing about this particular game is that you can enter your team into as many leagues as you like, so if you’re already involved with another competition don’t fret, you can also join the Wolves Blog Fantasy League with the same team. You don’t have to create another.
I believe that all players who entered the league last season will be automatically included once they’ve activated their team again for the new season.
We had something like 50 teams involved last year, so it would be great to get even more this time around.
As with last year, I’ll come up some kind of prize for the winner.
As a few people asked for it, I’ll also be running a prediction league for anyone who wants to get involved.
I want to keep it as simple as possible (to begin with at least), so it’s only going to be Wolves scores that are predicted.
As you know, we run a preview prior to every match so all you have to do is leave a comment with your prediction: For example:
My prediction: Wolves 10 – 0 West Bromwich Albion
You get 3 points for predicting the correct score.
You get 1 point for predicting the correct outcome. So if you said Wolves 10-0 Albion but it was only 9-0, you’d get 1 point.
And that’s it. Told you I was keeping it simple! 🙂
As some of you will know, Mark Lawrenson predicts all the Premiership scores every Friday on the BBC website, so just for a bit of fun I’ll be tracking his predictions too and including him in the table.
Again, I’ll come up with some sort of prize for the winner (unless it’s Lawro).