Posts tagged with ‘league’

  • Tottenham Hotspur were knocked out of the FA Cup after Norwich City took them to extra time and then won a penalty shoot out. Another blow to Jose Mourinho. Further proof that he's about as suited to being manager of Spurs as UK Home Secretary Priti Patel would be to manning a Samaritans helpline.

    I admire the approach of the Norwich manager who, despite his team staring relegation in the face, ensured the supporters saw the Canaries give it a right go. They were positive and were rewarded with having their name in the quarter final draw. And they . . .

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    By on 5th March 2020
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  • Wembley Stadium was not sold out for the League Cup final. What an indictment on the greedy people who run the game. Both the FA and EFL. Manchester City supporters have lots of big games to attend and watching football in person these days is an expensive hobby.

    With Wembley it's not simply a case of build it (in the wrong location) and they will come. Match tickets have to be priced at a level which the man and woman in the street can afford. I have no idea how any parent can afford to take children to watch . . .

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    By on 1st March 2020
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  • It was good to see Manchester City come from behind and win their Champions League tie in Spain. Even better to see Sergio Ramos sent off for Real Madrid. The 26th time in his career that Ramos has seen red. It was a good decision by the ref. He not only saw the foul and saw that it was just outside the penalty box.

    For more years than I care to recall, I have watched Ramos get away with anything short of murder when playing for Real Madrid in La Liga. He may have been sent off 26 times but . . .

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    By on 27th February 2020
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  • Last weekend saw the following winning football tips:- Lyle Taylor to score anytime for Charlton at odds of 7/5.

    There were wins for Cheltenham at Evens, Crewe at 1/2, Raith Rovers at 7/10, Both Teams to Score for the match between Swindon and Grimsby, at odds of 17/20. There was also a nice win via my tip for Sunderland to Win to Nil against Bristol Rovers at odds of 13/10 and I want to talk about that type of bet.

    I was particularly pleased with that win because it was a way of making more . . .

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    By on 24th February 2020
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  • It must have been a strange feeling for younger Liverpool supporters. Experiencing defeat. Atletico Madrid returned to doing what they used to do on a regular basis, defending as though they had 22 players and not 11, scoring an early goal and not letting the opposition get in behind the defence. A knack Atletico appeared to have lost of late. They will take the same approach when they travel to play the return leg at Anfield. I hope Liverpool win the second leg and progress. Not because I am supporter, I am not. But because I believe in positive, attacking . . .

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    By on 20th February 2020
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  • The last few days of football betting have gone rather well for myself and any VG Tips subscribers picking up on some of the winning football bets. You can read all about them via this link https://vgtips.co.uk/7-1-double-and-more-winning-football-tips/

    The big football story of the past week has been UEFA banning Manchester City from Champions League participation for two years. Many column inches and numerous broadcast hours have been spent debating . . .

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    By on 17th February 2020
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  • The 7/1 away day double bet for wins by West Brom and Preston North End paid off in midweek. That was a welcome winning bet when, too often recently, one club would let me down in a bigger accumulator.

    It is looking to me as though many decisive issues will not be settled until the last days of the football season. That includes promotion from the Championship to the Premier League. To my surprise, West Brom have opened up a six point gap at the top of the table. All of a sudden, it's looking good for the . . .

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    By on 12th February 2020
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  • It was an ill wind, or rather Storm Ciara, that gave Manchester City and West Ham a day off on Sunday. Hard to know which manager will be most pleased with that match being postponed.

    It offers West Ham players a rest and an escape from what was likely to be a confidence sapping mauling in Manchester. Perhaps the game will now be rescheduled for a week in which City have a more important Champions League fixture. If so, that may help relegation threatened West Ham as City would be more likely to rest their best players.

    Watford once again . . .

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    By on 10th February 2020
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  • At this stage of the football season, just after the transfer window has closed, my rest of season football tips for promotion, relegation etc are a mixture of the more obvious and some bigger price speculative bets.

    You should read what I have to say and offer and then make your own mind up. Even at this stage of the season things can happen to radically alter the fortunes of a football team. A vital player picking up a season ending injury. A goalscorer currently injured rising like a phoenix from the ashes and banging in goals. Even a manager . . .

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    By on 6th February 2020
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  • Oh Wolverhampton Wanderers! Why could you not have scored one little goal at Old Trafford. Just the one. I wasn't asking for much. After all, the other the three terms in my proposed 51/1 accumulator had already won for myself and members of VG Tips. A one goal victory against a very average Manchester United would have ensured we were all paid out handsomely.

    Annoying when that happens. I could have cashed out in the first half and at odds of 14/1. I have never cashed out on a football bet. I was a little tempted to . . .

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    By on 5th February 2020
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