Fantasy Entrepreneur XI

Employees up and down the country are working harder than ever this week... putting the finishing touches to their fantasy football sides ahead of the start of the Premiership on Saturday. If you can’t beat them, join them, so here’s our Fantasy Entrepreneur XI:fantasyent2.jpgPeter JonesClub: Phones International, Dragons’ DenGoalkeeperCommanding 6ft 7in shotstopper whose sheer presence turns the opposition into nervous wrecks, often pitching their best efforts well wide of the goal. Bases his game on percentages but has been known to betray his teammates for a big money contract.Tom HunterClub: West Coast Capital, Hunter FoundationRight backHonest full-back who learnt the game at grass roots before working his way up to become one of its top performers and earners. A selfless player who puts the team first and is always the first to help out when others need his support. A successful career as a scout spotting and nurturing future talent awaits.Levi RootsClub: Reggae Reggae SauceLeft backPlucked out of the obscurity of non-league, Levi’s rapid rise to fame has surprised many but he continues to impress with an albeit unorthodox style that has brought many admirers and a series of lucrative contracts.Alan SugarClubs: Amstrad, ViglinCentre back (captain)Experienced and uncompromising leader, who’s won plenty of honours in a glittering career. Holds the back line together and when he talks, the others listen. If they don’t, they can expect to be subbed.Michael O’LearyClub: RyanairCentral backBruising back-to-basics centre back who relishes kicking big name opposition into touch. A value-for-money signing who won’t go missing when times are tough. Prone to disciplinary problems and dissent.James DysonClubs: DysonCentre midfieldCreative playmaker who spots the passes others don’t see. Dismissed as an expensive luxury earlier in his career, Dyson has emerged as one of the most respected exponents of the beautiful game. Doesn’t come cheap, but adds quality where others just work hard to little effect.SteliosClubs: EasyGroupCentre midfieldHard-working all-round midfielder who burst onto the scene 10 years ago and, despite the odd loss of form, has remained a core fixture for the best part of a decade. A high impact performer who does the basics well and leads by example, Stelios’ role is to sit in the middle and keep the side focused on results.Theo PhaphitisClubs: Rymans, La Senza, Dragons’ DenLeft wingCunning ex-Millwall winger who works the flank tirelessly turning around precarious situations before driving forwards exploiting gaps in the opposition’s defence. Can sniff risk at distance but possesses plenty of flair.Richard BransonClub: Virgin GroupRight wingThe original celebrity entrepreneur, Branson’s our Beckham. In demand and easily distracted a true globetrotter who remains irresistible at delivery. Adored by his teammates and the public alike.Lee McQueenClub: The Apprentice Winner 2008Centre forwardQuestionable track record and lacking experience make assertions McQueen is out of his depth in this side understandable, but our target man will do whatever it takes to emerge victorious, while that dinosaur-impersonating ‘that’s what I mean’ goal celebration could well earn him cult hero status among the masses.Michael BirchClub: BeboCentre forwardA relative unknown who burst onto the scene with a unique style of play that has captured the imagination of younger supporters. Hot property, this young striker has already played overseas and was the subject of a record-breaking transfer deal earlier this year.I'll let you name the subs bench and perhaps a women's XI to take on the men?

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