Tag Archives: Tottenham Hotspur

Independent football regulator to be established out of fan-led review

DCMS’ year-long review into football has concluded announcing the headline directive  that an ‘independent regulator’ will be established to oversee and improve football’s  relationship with fans, business and local communities. Tracey Crouch served as the Minister spearheading the review – with support from an expert panel – which began last May. The review formed part of the Conservative Party’s  2019 …

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IBAS: Same Ole story… Why manager markets are still a point of conflict

The decision by Manchester United to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not have come as a surprise to many fans, nonetheless, it created stir within sports betting markets.  Reports on Thursday that Ralf Rangnick would assume the position on an interim basis have not silenced bookmakers, with many pricing ‘Next Permanent Manager’ odds –  a market that commentators have observed …

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Betfred secures two-year Challenge Cup sponsorship extension

Betfred has maintained its marketing foothold in rugby league, extending its contract with the Rugby Football League (RFL) to continue as title sponsor of the men’s, women’s and wheelchair Challenge Cups. Included as part of the partnership enhancement is the title sponsorship of next Challenge Cup Final – due to be held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in May 2022 …

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MansionBet boosts sports marketing via Bristol City deal

MansionBet has strengthened its sports branding and marketing by becoming the new principal partners of Bristol City FC. The Gibraltar-based operator’s logo will appear on the EFL Championship club’s home, away and third kits for a second consecutive year – although no branding will appear on youth kits in line with responsible gambling policies. Furthermore, the agreement builds on MansionBet’s …

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Premier League ESL clubs agree on £20 million settlement

The six Premier League clubs which participated in the breakaway European Super League (ESL) project earlier this year have agreed to a £20 million settlement. According to Sky Sports, the settlement between the clubs and the Premier League will ‘draw the line under’ the controversial proposed tournament, and amounts to roughly £3.5 million per team. Although the proposed tournament quickly …

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OneFootball names first national association shareholder

OneFootball has named a trio of new shareholders, with the German Football Association (DFB) becoming the first national federation to take a stake in the business, along with Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur entering into multi-faceted partnerships with the football media platform. Through the collaboration, the firm will work with Bundesliga and Spurs stars – such as Harry Kane, Marco …

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Inside Edge: How much truth is there to the ‘Manager Bounce’?

Inside Edge: How much truth is there to the ‘Manager Bounce’?

In this week’s Inside Edge analysis, Joe Mellor and Nick Haynes at Form Labs – a division of Bettorlogic –break down whether Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea’s new manager, can bring a new lease of life for the Blues, and if there is more value in ‘goals’ or ‘outright’ markets. Monday started with Frank Lampard becoming the second Premier League casualty of …

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Trippier betting ban to end in February after unsuccessful FA appeal

The Football Association’s (FA) appeal to extend Kieran Tripper’s match suspension for betting violations has been unsuccessful. As a result the Atlético Madrid and England national team defender can resume playing in La Liga fixtures from 28 February, it has been confirmed. Trippier was handed a 10 week match ban by the FA after it came to light he had encouraged …

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FA dismisses three charges against Kieran Trippier after WhatsApp messages published

Kieran Trippier in action for England

Kieran Trippier informed friends of his transfer to Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2019, telling a group that it was a ‘done deal’ as they placed bets on the move. He was found guilty of four violations of the FA’s betting rules, although the FA dismissed three additional charges after the full-back told friends to ‘lump on’ the transfer. …

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