For no real reason, Whose Career Is It Anyway? has had a break for the last couple of weeks, but he’s back now and feeling refreshed for the last few weeks of the football season.
For hardened Over The Line veterans, it’s the same as always – no tricky little amendments to the normal guidelines. For newbies, those normal guidelines are as follows. Each of the flags plonked in the map below represent each of the clubs this person has played for in the course of his or her senior professional career (including loan spells if and when necessary). Your job is to link the flags to clubs and in turn decipher who the tell I’m talking about. This week’s dose of geographic puzzlement is just below this sentence:
It’s the same format as ever, but for the newbies, each flag represents a club that this man or woman has played for in his or her senior professional career (including loan spells where applicable). Your job is to match the flags with the clubs and in turn the clubs to the player. All the clubs of his or her career are featured so if it’s at odds with your theory, the chances are it’s your theory that’s wrong.
When you’ve got the thinking cap on and rummaged through an atlas and Wikipedia enough, put your answer in an email and send it to email@example.com with or indeed without the subject line ‘It would appear I misplaced my map’. DO NOT PUT YOUR GUESS IN THE COMMENTS SECTION – it won’t count towards the competition and may will give your mortal enemy a vital clue. You’re allowed to have more than one guess, but don’t go overboard on the cutting and pasting if that’s the route you’re going down. If you’ve got any questions or merely some observations on life, use the comments section for that, but no answers please.
The prize starts off as a £/€50 Free Bet, but I’m imploring you to – for the want of a better word – whore this competition this competition around the social networks of this world. Every time this tweet gets retweeted or this competition gets shared on Facebook, LinkedIn or the other ones, I’ll add one europound to the prize. You really should do it because (a) it’s the nice thing to do and (b) you might well be the person who benefits from the vast inflation of the prize.
Get your answers in before 10am on 10th April. I’ll reveal the answer and the answer soon after. I’ll put all the correct answers in an extra large hat and pluck out a winner. If you’ve got any questions, give me a shout on twitter where I’m @PaddyPowerAidan.
Best of luck to everybody.
– Customers must be over the age of 18 and have a valid paddypower.com account. Not quite of age an age when the sinking of the Titanic was considered ‘current affairs’ rather than ‘history’, but more like having memories of the story that don’t feature Leonardo Di Caprio.
– Maximum size of the free bet will be €/£150.
– Paddy Power decision is final and moaning will be ridiculed.