Some of you will, like me, recall the days when betting on football was akin to printing money, so predictable were results in those days. It wasn't that long ago.
We had the seasons when to bet on Chelsea to win was to almost guarantee profit and betting on Frank Lampard to score any time in a game for the Blues was a bet that returned money almost every week, and at good odds.
There were other teams across the leagues who you could rely on to win. That's rarely the case in this day and age.
Look . . .
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