Options for betting on football are more open-ended than ever before, and this doesn’t just include the chance to back bets, with the internet also working as a hub for free football tips.
It used to be the case that you’d need to get your football betting tips from friends and back the same bets at the local bookies, but you aren’t met with this problem anymore, as both outlets are available online. Continue reading “Backing free football tips online”
Liverpool need all the support they can get now as the plot to lift a title thickens. Whilst they topped the table in September and August, a resurgent Manchester City side have stolen ahead of them, and now lead by 2 points.
With 11 games gone, there is now brewing excitement as Adam Lallana gets back to his best, following a difficult few months, in which Liverpool have struggled to be the free-flowing unit of 2017/18. He also went in from the bench in their match against Red Star Belgrade in Champions League one month ago, but was not expected to be on the field at all due to injury. Continue reading “LALLANA BACK FOR LIVERPOOL”
ESPN pundit Craig Burley believes Romelu Lukaku could be shown the Old Trafford exit door, should Jose Mourinho be axed from the head coach role at Manchester United. The Belgium international joined the Red Devils from Everton during the 2017 summer transfer window and he has since been the undisputed striker upfront, contributing over 30 goals across all competitions.
Despite this, the Belgian has had his fair share of criticism with the tendency to miss clear-cut chances in games and Burley feels the marksman may not command a regular role, should Mourinho face the axe, he told ESPN: “He’s one of a number of United players that, once Mourinho goes, will have to be outed by the new regime. Whether that be a sporting director or a new manager. He’s a good player but, watching him lately, he’s not making the right runs. I wouldn’t call him a clever striker – he’s big and powerful and gets his ratio of goals. But it’s against the weaker teams.”
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Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Gary Neville believes Marcus Rashford should remain patient at Old Trafford despite his reduced gametime under current boss Jose Mourinho. Rashford was the star of the show for England during the international break where he scored against both Spain and Switzerland and this brought about concerns why he cannot command a regular starting role in the Premier League.
However, speaking on Sky Sports, Neville appeared to defend Mourinho’s decision to start Rashford regularly from the bench and feels the attacker must remain patient to take the opportunities that come to him, he said: “Jose thinks the world of Marcus. He’s a huge admirer of him, but he has got his job to do. There is huge competition for places at his club so you can understand that. I understand the difficulties that club managers have. They have to try and win matches. They have to rotate their squads. It’s not my business to interfere with club managers. They have a difficult job to do and they have big squads at the top six, with huge competition for places.”
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The representative of Matteo Darmian has suggested that his client may stay put with Manchester United beyond the summer. The Italy international recently admitted that he wants to leave Old Trafford before the transfer deadline but that does not appear a certainty anymore with his asking price proving a stumbling block for interested parties.
In a report covered by Metro, agent Tullio Tinti admitted that United are reluctant to offload the Italian on the cheap and there remains the possibility of the 28-year-old staying put at Old Trafford, he said: “There is hardly a possibility of Manchester United and Mourinho giving up Matteo. So most likely he won’t leave the Premier League and will stay there.”
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Luka Modric said that he is delighted with the way his team has performed and that he is happy to have reached the final. He said that it was a tough game against a good opposition and that they had to fight hard in order to win the game.
The Real Madrid midfielder admitted that they started the game badly and that they surrendered control of the game to the English players and that they had to chase the ball a lot. He said that things became worst when they conceded a goal and allowed England to sit back.
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Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is pleased with how he has performed in the big matches this season. The England international has not always been a favourite among the club’s supporters but his form since February has been impressive with a couple of match-defining goals along the way.
The centre-back has been part of United’s winning side in the games against Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur in 2018 but his best performance of the lot undoubtedly came against the latter. United secured a 2-1 win over Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday and following the game, Smalling was pleased to have kept Harry Kane quiet on the day. Continue reading “Chris Smalling Pleased With His Big-Game Form”
For some reason or other, Pual Pogba seems to court controversy wherever he goes, whether it be for club or country. To say Pogba is a controversial individual wouldn’t be fair to the player and he certainly isn’t from the same school of mischief as say, Mario Balotelli. The 25-year old has a way of rubbing fans up the wrong way, however, and that was shown again when the French fans turned on him against Italy.
Pogba was jeered by the home support after a few misplaced passes and a shot he took from 35 yards out that ended up going out for a throw-in. It was hardly a vintage midfield performance but it certainly wasn’t deserving of the reaction he was subjected to by a section of the home crowd. Continue reading “Pogba Jeered by Home Support During Italy Clash”
Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho reportedly blasted Paul Pogba after it appeared that the star man interrupted one of his post-game interviews. The Portuguese is under pressure following below par results from the team.
A section of pundits claim the former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid manager is getting outdated. Mourinho, in response, said the team was “in transitions” hence the inconsistencies. After the 2-1 victory against Liverpool, which eased the pressure as both sides competed for the second place in the league standings, Mourinho was giving a Match of the Day interview. The player stepped into the makeshift studio and congratulated the boss, even as they were rumours of a rift between them.
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Manchester United legend and MUTV Pundit Gary Pallister has revealed that there was not any bust-up between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba. A recent report from The Sun suggested that the France international was considering his future at Old Trafford following a rift with Mourinho, who told him to look at the ‘manager’ sign on the door while he was asked to leave his office.
Since then, Mourinho has branded the story as a ‘big lie’ and he has since reinstated the Frenchman into the lineup for the games against Sevilla and Chelsea, though he only started on the bench against the former. Speaking about the alleged incident, Pallister, who won four titles with United, stressed that Mourinho’s decision to bench Pogba was due to his discipline.
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