Tag Archives: Premier League

Bettingexpert launches new iPhone App for finding market value

Punters have been given an easy-to-use way of discovering whether or not a fancied bet offers value, thanks to Europe’s biggest tipping network. Super affiliate bettingexpert has launched a free Betting Odds Calculator App, which informs users of what odds their prediction should be and what odds are available on the market. It can even allow users to bet directly …

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Sky Bet – Manchester United most backed Premier League team

Manchester United are the best backed side to win the title heading into the new Premier League season, with Sky Bet reporting 33 per cent of stakes on Louis van Gaal’s men.Despite finishing a lowly seventh last season, United have attracted almost twice as much money as the second most popular side, Arsenal, and more than four times as much …

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BetVictor annointed best value bookie for football punters

Oddschecker data from across the 2013/14 football season has revealed BetVictor to be the bookmaker offering better prices, more often, when betting on the sport. The analysis shows that BetVictor tops the bookmaker table, having offered better value on Match Odds markets than the median price across Oddschecker’s panel of bookies, 71% of the time. More specifically, the data highlights …

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FA launches video explaining betting ban

The FA has embarked on an education and awareness drive as its newly strengthened betting rules come into force ahead of the 2014-15 season. As from this month, players, managers, club employees and match officials are not allowed to place any bet on any football matter. This includes not just domestic matches and competitions in England but any football worldwide. …

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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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FA sets new worldwide ban on football betting by registered professionals

The English Football Association (FA) has announced a the implementation of a worldwide ban on betting on football, by professional individuals registered with the top seven divisions of the English football leagues. The set of measures have been approved by FA shareholders, in last Wednesdays general meeting at Wembley Stadium. The prohibition of betting on football matches, will include all …

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Premier League clubs face £90m Asian betting clampdown

Asian facing football sponsorship  deals by sports betting operators have come under threat from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), as it ruled that from August it would grant licences only to operators that are “a British facing business and either currently transact with British consumers or have a clear business plan for doing so” Barclays Premier League football clubs may …

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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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UK Bookies take £20 million weekend football hit

The week that saw the British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announce a triple tax whammy for UK gambling and sports betting operators, took a further turn for the worse as bookmakers reported an estimated £20 million hit on the weekends English and Scottish Premier Leagues results. The weekend of the 22nd of March saw all 13 UK football …

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