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Barclays Premier League Fantasy Soccer

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filling out my squad, i just couldn't help but lol and think i'll be leading the relegation charge

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Does it work the same as fantasy football?

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Seems like fantasy league need to be activated

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Seems like fantasy league need to be activated

 

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When I tried to enter our league on my espn app, it said our league is not active lol

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When I tried to enter our league on my espn app, it said our league is not active lol

Which app? I can't find one in Google play

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Which app? I can't find one in Google play

 

I downloaded ESPN Fantasy Football and it let me access all ESPN fantasy games.

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When I tried to enter our league on my espn app, it said our league is not active lol

 

I think it's because the matches haven't started yet. Should change tomorrow. The league setup for BPL Fantasy isn't user friendly at all.

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