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Fantasy Football Newsletter #3

Fantasy Football Newsletter #3

This week has brought with it the end of August, and therefore the first Vital Fantasy Football prize is to be awarded! Congratulations to Neil Madigan (Isondil) of Plymouth who ends the month on an excellent score of 135! £250 will be making it's way to you shortly!

This week's action finally saw the usual big names in the English Premier league all securing wins (although some of them only just).

Manchester United overcame a stout performance from Spurs with young wonder-kid Nani providing a scintillating strike from outside the area to secure Sir Fergie's first win of the season.

Arsenal beat Manchester City even though Kasper Schmeichel managed to keep out a Van Persie penalty (which would have upset a huge number of Vital managers), the Gunners were still too strong for City. A good run from Fabregas allowed him to slot a powerful drive past Schmeichel's near post - the first goal to go past the young Dane.

Chelsea beat Portsmouth 1-0, Lampard getting the better of David James as his shot managed to creep underneath the goalkeeper. This goal ended Portsmouth's unbeaten run this season, and although they put up a good fight they just could not find that crucial break through.

Liverpool came out all guns blazing against Sunderland, lofting long balls forward and attacking all game. Mohamed Sissoko and Andriy Voronin both netted their first premiership goals, but apart from some really good work from the Sunderland goalkeeper, the score would have been much higher than 2-0.

There are still loads of prizes to be won, so don't forget that updates to teams will be available from the 4th of September, so be sure to tune your teams and remember that it is never too late to win with Vital Fantasy Football (Click here to register), so get your friends to enter as soon as possible to stand a greater chance of winning some more great prizes!

All the best of luck to all the players!

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday August 29 2007
Time: 5:34PM

Comments

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in the absence of a thread on tonights game, can I say here what a thoroughly satisfying result it was, particularly the fact that we had 3 separate goalscoreres and 3 separate assist providers. most importantly, we are once again in the champions league.
JakeB
29/08/2007 22:27:00
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my apologies for poor spelling and lack of capitals, wine messes with my senses. speaking of which, i propose a toast to The Arsenal!
JakeB
29/08/2007 22:29:00
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agreed. out of the three people who scored all of them were people who realy need to show goalscorin this season. cesc realy gonna get seriously recognized as he shld this season as one of the best midfielders in the world if he keeps up his goalscorin as wel as his usual stuff.
ArsenalRob
29/08/2007 22:47:00
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Good for Cesc to bag another, but particularly good for Eduardo and Rosicky to get on the score sheet and both in the way we need them to do more of, arriving in the box and finishing with class. Also the assisat for Theo and his first half performance can only be a good sign for things to come. I thought particularly in the first 35 minutes he was exceptional. MOSCOW HERE WE COME, MOSCOW HERE WE COME!
Ozi Gooner
29/08/2007 23:53:00
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Awesome result... looks like all midfielders gonna have a great season including Diaby :) (played well even though with out any assist or goal)
KnightOfARSENAL
29/08/2007 23:54:00
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excellent result wasnt the best display but its only coz the tie was decided in the 8th minute. good to see we were clinical today and converted the few chances we had. cesc is just magical in the middle everything functions when he is there. we need another like him...i love watching denilson and cant wait to see merida. what a great start to the season.
mish
30/08/2007 02:29:00
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Looked like a comfortable victory. Almunia was rarely troubled, and its pleasing to see 2 goals from mid-field. Again, good for Dudu to start off his competitive goal scoring, so that the pressure on him is less. I somehow feel this could well be Cesc' season in terms of goal scoring.
prits
30/08/2007 03:49:00
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He could become a Lampard with skills (and can score without the ball deflecting of someone else).
Ozi Gooner
30/08/2007 05:43:00
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