Has your love affair with Football Manager kept you up until the wee small hours once more? Are the dogs getting more of a walk than usual? Is FIFA taking a battering?
Over on Twitter, it seems former England international and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher is filling some time by facing up to a number of ‘Fantasy Football’ challenges – picking sides of eleven players – with certain conditions.
Rules so far have included picking an ultimate eleven of players of different nationalities and picking a team from players that had not played for the same club.
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And this weekend’s effort goes deeper – a team of past and present Premier League superstars, none of whom have ever played for the same club or are from the same nation – tricky? You better believe it.
And Carragher, who was moulded into a centre-half for the majority of his sparkling career but also played a lot of football at full-back, chose Sheffield Wednesday icon Roland Nilsson on the right side of defence.
Can you do better?
Carragher’s side in full (4-3-1-2); Neville Southall (Everton, Bradford, Wales); Roland Nilsson (Sheffield Wednesday, Coventry, Sweden), Paul McGrath (Aston Villa, Ireland), Vincent Kompany (Manchester City, Belgium), Christian Fuchs (Leicester, Austria); Michael Essien (Chelsea, Ghana), Luka Modric (Tottenham Hotspur, Croatia), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool, England); Juninho (Middlesbrough, Brazil); Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United, Portugal), Thierry Henry (Arsenal, France).