Football is now the most popular sport for punters. All bookies acknowledge that fact.
But are you a winner?
Do you end each football season having made a profit from betting on football? As I do.
Do you have time to study the form of players and football teams in England and Europe?
If the answer to those three questions is ‘No’… then it is about time you learned how to be a winner. I can help you with that. I undertake the football and racing homework so that you don’t have to. I’ve been doing so for 20 years.
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Together, let’s kick the bookies into touch.
I really enjoy betting on football. Along with my loyal and lovely members, I began this football season with a 34/1 winning accumulator. As early as August, I predicted a winning treble. Wins for Barnsley, Accrington Stanley and Leeds United. They won their respective matches so ensuring members of VG Tips landed a big bet. What a great way to kick off the new English domestic season.
Ankur had only joined VG Tips a week earlier. He tweeted me to say:-
“You are a legend, not only for your tips and updates but mainly for coaching punters by highlighting what not to do to be a profitable punter, in your video diaries. Many more profitable days to come.”
I offer analysis and tips for the Premier League, the ever competitive Championship, League 1 and League 2 in England and for La Liga in Spain. All European Championships and World Cups are covered, along with the Champions League and FA Cup.
My members all have their favourite memories of big paying winning bets.
At odds of 30/1, Alfie Mawson scoring the first goal in a game when he played for Swansea lives long in the memory.
Only recently, Sheffield Wednesday won for us at odds of 15/4 when they beat Bristol City 1-2. Owls fans who are members of VG Tips thought that was a real hoot.
Some people may have believed I was crazy to tip a draw between then struggling Ipswich Town and high flying Brentford. But there was good reason for tipping that draw at odds of 11/4. Surely, I told members, Ipswich would lift their game for the match that followed a minute of applause for club legend Kevin Beattie, who died a few days earlier. Ipswich fans got behind their out of form side and the Bees had to make do with a 1-1 draw.
Finally, I ask you three more questions. Are you tired of bookmakers getting the better of you?
Do you have the mindset to be a profitable punter, each and every year?
Do you want to make an additional annual income through betting on racing and/or football? Just like me.
If the answer to all three questions is ‘YES’… it’s time you joined my happy, faithful and clever band of profitable punters.