Tag Archives: Burnley

Tim Peters – Tempobet – Assessing the benefits of football sponsorship

Last week, Tempobet announced the expansion of its football sponsorship portfolio by agreeing a multi-million pound deal to showcase its brand on the LED advertising boards at seven Premier League football stadiums. Tempobet will now feature prominently on the pitch side advertising boards at Arsenal, Brighton, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Swansea, and Watford.  The deal follows on from Tempobet’s …

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Sponsorship Spotlight – Doubling up on Premier League sponsorship

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Thrust into the Sponsorship Spotlight this week was John Cruces, Head of Sports Marketing and Sponsorships at Dafabet. We caught up with him to discuss sponsorship of Sunderland and Burnley, the introduction of ‘sleeve sponsors’ in the Premier League, and the form of the record-breaking Bhoys. SBC: Can you explain to SBC readers why you chose to ‘double up’ on …

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Barton’s betting holds up Burnley move

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Midfielder Joey Barton has been charged by the FA for misconduct in relation to betting’ with the allegation that the Englishman placed over 1200 bets in the past decade. This is a familiar territory for Barton as it was only in November that the former Rangers man was charged by the Scottish FA for breaching its betting rules. In this instance …

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SpiffX – Punters confused by Liverpool’s early season form

With Liverpool FC facing Premier League champions Leicester City this Saturday (17:30 UK Time). Spiffx the alternative betting exchange analyses The Kop’s perplexing early season form, beating title contenders Arsenal but losing to EPL newcomers Burnley FC… ________________ One team we have yet to focus on this season is Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. The team’s form has been a mixed bag …

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UK Bookmakers taking no chances on Premier League 2016/17 long-odds

Having been stung by Leicester City’s fairytale Premier League 2015/16 championship win, UK bookmakers appear to have put an end to their long-odds offerings, as they gear up for a new season of English football. Ladbrokes a major victim of The Foxes’ title victory, reported that they had suffered a £3 million hit as football punters cashed-in on starter odds …

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Liverpool and Everton biggest flops compared to spread betting expectations

Spreadex’s Andy MacKenzie analyses how teams performed compared to their pre-season odds, and finds that it has been a miserable season on Merseyside. The Premier League may be done and dusted for another year – but how does the final table look when it comes to teams’ performances based on their pre-season betting odds? We all know that Chelsea ended …

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Sam Cooke – A Positive Factor – The TV rights deal and what it means for football

Amidst all the negative attention since the announcement of the new £5.1bn Premier League TV rights deal, we analyse how, despite extensive criticism, it could prove to be a positive occurrence for the beautiful game in the UK. The most immediate potentially positive consequences were discussed in an article featured earlier this month; that of clubs lowering ticket prices for …

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