Posts tagged with ‘accumulators’

  • A winning treble at odds of 9/1 and it's only the third week of the season. Thank you Fulham, Leeds and Lincoln. Always nice to know we are ahead of the bookie with football accumulators so early in the season.

    Single winning bets in the English leagues included Lyle Taylor scoring for Charlton at odds of 11/5, Lincoln winning at 10/11 (NAP), a Fulham win at odds of 8/5 along with home wins for Norwich City and Sheffield United. Not bad. But, for the second time running, anything I can do Robert Ryan up in . . .

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    By on 19th August 2019
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  • Last weekend went very well, especially so up in Scotland where long time VG Tips member Robert Ryan contributed 5 winning tips from 5 selections for fellow subscribers to my selections service.

    Rob knows his Scottish football and delivered winning bets at odds of up to 14/5 last weekend, including the surprising St Mirren win against Aberdeen.

    For those reading this who have not read my latest newsletter - which is available to members and non members alike - the full details of his success last weekend can be found within Log-in Sign-up for Tips Now!

    By on 14th August 2019
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  • As I write, the transfer window for the Premier League and Championship is closing.

    It has been a  busy pre-season transfer market. Spend, spend, spend for those who can afford it. Or can they?

    Harry Maguire, at £80+ million has become the most expensive defender in the world, signing for Manchester United. Across Manchester, Champions Man City have spent £60 million each on two players.

    Some of the fees I have seen lower down the Premier League and Championship are, in their own, just as crazy. Some clubs have paid over the odds, for sure.

    One player staying put . . .

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    By on 7th August 2019
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  • It's that time. Out comes my crystal ball. I wish I had a time machine. Wouldn't it be great if, as a punter, we could travel forward to May of 2020 and see which football teams had gone up and which dropped down a division. Then we could travel back to now and place our bets. Boom!

    Sadly, unlike the television show 'Time Tunnel' which I watched as a child, there is no such facility. I will have to make do with the level of research and knowledge of what has happened in the past that has served . . .

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    By on 5th August 2019
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  • It’s back!

    From now until July 12th 2020, I shall be offering analysis and football betting tips to members old and new. I've been doing so for more years than I can recall. As the season goes along, I will offer nuggets of general advice regarding betting on football. Some long term subscribers will have heard it all before, but there are new punters joining VG Tips for this coming campaign.

    Remember, the transfer market is still open so there will be players on the move in the coming week.

    The Premier League does not begin until the . . .

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    By on 1st August 2019
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  • That's a first! In the notoriously hard to call EFL play off finals, I called all three right when it came to which teams would be promoted. A hat trick of winning football tips on Bank Holiday weekend to accompany the 7 winners from 9 horse races selected for members across Saturday and Sunday.

    Having backed Tranmere, Charlton and Aston Villa as single bets weeks ago, I'm feeling rather pleased with myself. I backed them all in the 'To Qualify/To Be Promoted market as that's the safest option. So often the play off finals go to . . .

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    By on 28th May 2019
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  • It's play off final weekend.

    I rallied against the play offs when they were first brought in all those years ago. I'm old fashioned. I happen to believe that if three teams are to be promoted from one division to another, it should be the top three. Not the top two and, perhaps, the side that finished sixth.

    But I've lost that battle. The play offs, like so many other games staged at Wembley, exist to pay off the vast debts owed on the stadium. I've attended two play off finals. One when the old Wembley . . .

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    By on 24th May 2019
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  • So Leeds United have blown it. What seemed unthinkable a few months ago - before 'Spygate' - has happened. Leeds players have 'bottled' what looked like certain automatic promotion. Now they've lost the play off semi-final to Derby County.

    While I hope it doesn't mean we've seen the last of Marcelo Bielsa in English football, I am delighted for Derby manager Frank Lampard. To go to Elland Road having lost the first leg was going to require some effort from the Rams but they saw off Leeds and Derby will now meet Aston Villa in the final.

    I . . .

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    By on 16th May 2019
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  • First off, very well done to Liverpool, Spurs, Chelsea and Arsenal.

    Six months ago, who among us would have predicted the Champions League and Europa League finals to be made up only of English clubs? For those of us who lived through the era when English teams were banned from playing in Europe, and thereafter took years to play catch up with their European opponents, it's close to being a miracle.

    But, please, save me from all this flag waving. Remind me. How many English players are first choice players for those four clubs? Indeed, how many British born . . .

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    By on 10th May 2019
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  • At the time of writing, the Premier League title remains alive. Manchester City play tonight, at home against a Leicester City side managed by former Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers.

    If Manchester City win, they go back to the top of the Premier League with a point advantage over Liverpool and with only one match for each team left to play on the final day of the season, next Sunday.

    Should Liverpool miss out on the title having lost only one game so far, they are sure to feel disappointed. Manchester City have scored 90 gaols prior to this evening, Liverpool . . .

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    By on 6th May 2019
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