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Archive for July, 2014

SERIE A: Juventus – Retaining Vidal and 2nd Place

When I was asked to write a Blog on Juventus’ pre-season preparations and their hopes for the coming season, I was a little apprehensive. Not because I have any trouble stringing sentences together, but rather us Juve fans are a little concerned for the new era. Our saviour of the past three seasons, Antonio Conte, […]

27 - July - 2014

TENNIS: Andy Murray – From Grass court to Hard court

As the US Open moves closer and closer some say its easy to pick a winner already. With Federers amazing run during Wimbledon and Djokovics tireless efforts to stop this run and win it, it almost seems certain that it’ll be these too that will shine in America. But is that really the case? After an […]

26 - July - 2014

WATFORD: Hornets Aim For Championship Take-Off

After a disappointing 13th placed finish last season, all eyes will be on Watford this season as they attempt to launch a genuine promotion push this time around. After four defeats from their final four matches in the 2013/14 campaign, there were real question marks surrounding the future of manager Beppe Sannino. However, the club’s […]

26 - July - 2014

DAILY BLOG: Saturday 26th July 2014

Welcome to part two of today’s recommendations! FRIDAY’S SUMMARY: Bohemians ran out 2-0 winners over Cork City and prevented the South West Irish side from going top of the league. The statistics were there to back Cork as they were unbeaten in nine leagues against the Dublin based Bohemians and were sitting joint top of […]

26 - July - 2014

SOUTHAMPTON: Pochettino OUT, Koeman IN

All change it would seem for the new campaign at Southampton, for what will have been considered a positive 2013/14 season. After finishing the season with the club’s highest point’s tally (56) in the top flight and goals scored, it’s safe to say Saint’s fans were enjoying football on the South Coast. With the likes […]

25 - July - 2014

DAILY BLOG: Friday 25th July 2014

Afternoon People, We were relatively unlucky with our 4/1 shot yesterday. Rosenborg strolled to a 3-1 victory in Ireland whilst Luzern dominated for large parts of the game and could only muster a 1-1 draw with St.Johnstone. However, the Scots deserve their place in the next round and good luck to them. We will now […]

25 - July - 2014

Horse Racing: John Mitchell 25/7/14

YESTERDAY’S SUMMARY “Not the greatest of days, but not far off a decent winning day The ew bet for nothing failed by only a nose to make the frame ! The day’s best forecast was scuppered when a usual hold up horse went out to make all and spoil the party The edge horse , […]

25 - July - 2014

BRISTOL CITY – Pre-Season Antics are under way!

After a really tough 2013-14 season Bristol City are preparing for a good season. With new players, the start of the rebuilding of Ashton Gate, and the team visit to Botswana. The pre-season antics are underway! We sadly said goodbye to Louis Carey at the end of the season after making 646 appearances over 19 […]

24 - July - 2014

Horse Racing: John Mitchell 24/7/14

Todays each way bet for nothing Renaissant 2.00 Sandown This is essentially a free bet as the race is so uncompetitive that the selection is assured a place in the frame , at the very least, and you’ll get your cash back. Quite often they win and what a lovely bet that was. Renaisant has […]

24 - July - 2014

DAILY BLOG: Thursday 24th July 2014

San Jose’s 5-1 drubbing of Chicago Fire in the Major League Soccer Division in the early hours of this morning would have spelled success for some of our followers. The most recent addition to the Sport Tipster team (ShaunT) suggested a few singles and one double to the readers. They were as follows: Recommended Bets BTTS […]

24 - July - 2014

Track and Field Talk- Commonwealth Pre picks

When considering BLAKE and BOLT won’t be competing in the 100m in addition to the Americans not competing in these games, the field is wide open. Wrong! Unfortunately for everybody else, the Jamaicans still have 3 fantastic runners. Bailey-COLE, CARTER and ASHMEADE. ASHMEADE goes into this race as the favourite and I do think he […]

24 - July - 2014

DAILY BLOG: Wednesday 23rd July 2014

We can’t believe the Commonwealth Games starts in less than ten hours and we do not have one blog posted on the event in Scotland. Any takers? The website is being adjusted slightly and the wheels are in motion for ‘The Big Footy Preview’ which is going to be available at the weekend. This supplement […]

23 - July - 2014

BOURNEMOUTH: Can we build on last season?

Bournemouth season preview: After an amazing season last year for the Cherries, in the second tier of English football for only the second time in their history they will look to build on the incredible work done by Eddie Howe and his staff. Howe’s men finished tenth last year following their promotion from League One. […]

22 - July - 2014

WOLVES: Champions last year….. Top 6 this year?

With Pre-season now in full swing for Wolverhampton Wanderers and the fixture list recently released the domestic season will be soon upon us. After what was a revolution last season for Kenny Jackett’s men a very exciting season is about to start. Expectations will be high for the Molineux crowd after the fashion in which […]

22 - July - 2014