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West Ham kings of the coupon buster – AccaTracker Data

West Ham United’s players are due a case of champagne from the betting industry after putting in yet another coupon-busting performance this weekend. The team’s 1-2 away victory at the Etihad against runaway leaders Manchester City was the most frequently picked match in people’s multiple bets this weekend, and it’s fair to assume the vast majority had marked ‘home win’. …

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Andy Mackenzie – Spreadex – The Premier League – Where are spread betters putting their money?

The new Premier League campaign is up and running this weekend, just 70 days after the last season ended – but where are the big hitting spread betters putting their money? Spreadex clients have been piling in with their pre-season bets and the Premier Points Prediction markets give a great indication of how punters are expecting each team to fare …

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Real Madrid tops the bettingexpert tipster chart for 2014/5

Spanish giants Real Madrid may have been trophyless this season, but there is one table that Cristiano Ronaldo’s side has topped, beating other football clubs from all over Europe. Real Madrid were the most popular side being tipped on in the past season, according to bettingexpert – Europe’s biggest community of sports tipsters, with almost 9,000 tips across the course …

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Focus on stadium naming rights – part 2 – The Volatile Debate

Manchester United have often vowed that Old Trafford will never be renamed despite reportedly being offered in the region £500m for the privelege. In 2013 a deal was arranged with Aon for the club’s training ground to be renamed Aon training complex. United will earn around £15m per year during the eight year deal but Ed Woodward was quick to …

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Focus on stadium naming rights – part 1 – The Origins

In the Premier League season of 2014/15 there will be six clubs with a commercially named stadium. This is more than ever before. Throughout the lower leagues this figure escalates to twenty-one clubs in total in England’s top five leagues. This is including those with stadiums which are known by two names, one traditional, one commercial (often temporary deals) such …

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Does pay equal performance?

Thirteen European football clubs are amongst the world’s top 50 sports teams when it comes to multi-million euro salaries, the Global Sports Salaries Survey 2014 reveals. While massive pay-packets entice the globe’s best players and performers, punters love a dreamer and rule breaker. But could the answer to finally cracking stubborn footy accumulators and bets lie in the amount a …

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