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Manchester City are set to sign Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid in an €80 million transfer

Atletico Madrid star Saul to join Manchester City in €80 million deal

Atletico Madrid's star midfielder Saul is set to join Manchester City after Pep Guardiola sanctioned a €80 million move

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Free Tips – The "Correct Score" Winning Football Betting Strategy

Football is the most popular game in the whole world and has thus, has a huge fan following. As it is one of the most popular sport, football betting has become a major and regular activity among football fans. A huge number of people, including bookies are earning huge profits through football betting. At present, plenty of football betting strategies are practised by bookies and punters.

Football betting is also available online these days. However, you have to choose a site for this. Always select a reputed site. The crucial aspect of online football betting is the “pay out time”, that is, after how much time you get the staked money.

In addition, find football betting sites that offer all the information on betting odds along with helpful information on football betting.

Punters practise a number of football betting strategies and the correct score strategy is one of them.


The Correct Score Strategy:

In this betting strategy, the results are difficult to predict. Thus, you need to know the proper details and tricks to get it right. Odds for getting it right are 7/1 or above. You can get only 2 or at the most 3 bets right out of the10 games that you bet upon.

In addition, many times, you may not receive even a single correct bet..Thus, out of 10, if you get 2 right, it is a profit. No person or site can ever get all the scores correct. So, be aware of sites that boast all scores correct.

Some Tips for Correct Score Strategy.


 Bet for 1 Frank on at least 10 league games. Here, you will make profit or fair money, if you get one or more right, depending on the score you select and the odds you get.


2. Doubles

 Choose two matches to bet upon. Place a small amount on double, that is the winning team in both the matches. Multiply it with the odds. If executed wisely, you can make good money.


3. Lucky 15

 Choose 4 correct scores at around 16/1. Cover all singles, doubles, triples and one quadruple out of these 4 games. Correct scores work effectively for lucky 15 permutations.

4. Correct score or first goal scorer double

Here, you predict the first goal scorer and get a double bet. Thus, select two double scorers, as there are other players too, who can make the first goal.

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Free Tips – The "Correct Score" Winning Football Betting Strategy

Flying Eagles of Nigeria Create Football History at Saudi Arabia 1989

At the 1989 World Youth Championship held in Saudi Arabia, Nigeria picked the Silver medal, after defeating USSR in the most pulsating semi final matches ever played in the history of the FIFA U-20 championship.

The Flying Eagles first game was against the host Country, and they defeated Saudi Arabia 2-1 with Midfielder Mutiu Adepoju and Striker Christopher Ohenhen getting the two vital goals for Nigeria. The next game was against Portugal, and it went against the expectation of the Coach Tunde Disu led Boys, who got whacked 1-0 by a strong Portuguese team. The Flying Eagles were however able to secure a quarterfinal ticket after securing a 1-1 draw against Czechoslovakia in their final group game. Christopher Ohenhen once again rescued a point for Nigeria by scoring the decisive equalizer in the 72nd minutes of play.

The quarterfinal game saw the Flying Eagles been paired with USSR.

The game was played in Dammam, and was later re-named “the miracle of Dammam”.

This was a game that saw Nigeria trailing by 4-0 with few minutes to the end of the decisive quarterfinal match. Legendary Oleg Salenko of USSR was among the scorers in that memorable match. In the space of 30 minutes, Nigeria fought back to equalize 4-4 and take the match into penalty shoot-out. The comeback was started by star player- Christopher Ohenhen who scored a brace in the 61st and 75th minutes to bring scores to 4-2 with 15 minutes of play left in regulation time. Samuel Elijah, who was later nicknamed “Prophet” Samuel Elijah scored in the 83rd minutes of play reduce the tally to 4-3, before inspirational captain Nduka Ugbade came from nowhere to level score 4-4 with an incredible equalizer in the 84th minutes. The Russians were stunned beyond their imagination. The match had to go into penalties after the expiration of 90 minutes, and the Nigerians triumph 5-3, after Mirdjalal Kasimov missed his spot kick to bring the game to an anti climax. It was the greatest come back in the history of world football till date.

In the semi finals, the Flying Eagles narrowly defeated USA 2-1 after the game had to go into another extra time with the games tied at 1-1 in regulation time. Mutiu Adepoju who later became an integral part of the Super Eagles of Nigeria scored both goals that eliminated USA from the tournament. In goal for USA on that memorable day, was goalkeeper Kasey Keller who later became a household name in world football.

It was a tired looking Flying Eagles team that qualified for the Final of the 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship, after playing two successive games that went into penalty shoot-out. This was to prove decisive, as the Flying Eagles were defeated 2-0 by Portugal, who had earlier beaten them 1-0 at the group stage.

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Flying Eagles of Nigeria Create Football History at Saudi Arabia 1989

Betfair Correct Score Football Trading

A lot of those who trade on Betfair trade the horse racing markets, however in recent years a new breed of trader has emerged that focus purely on the correct score market. I am writing this article assuming you already have some knowledge of trading on Betfair, if you don’t you should really read up on it before reading further.

Correct Score trading is a little bit different from usual trading where you can watch the weight of money or trends to base your decision on. The odds movements are caused by goals, or in some cases having no goals. When a goal goes in you can see some enormous swings in the odds which leaves plenty of space for some huge profits to be made by backing and then laying a certain score.

A common strategy a lot of football traders use is to pick a scoreline such as 2-1 to the favourite. Reason being that when a goal goes in the odds on the 2-1 scoreline drop, no matter who scores the goal. For example, the odds on 2-1 may start the match at decimal odds of 10. If the favourite scores the opening goal the odds on 2-1 can drop to around 8, however if the underdog scores the first goal the odds can drop to 6 in some cases! That’s a pretty big swing!

No strategy is ever foolproof, as if the match has no goals you won’t make any money! So match selection is as crucial as ever.

Also, make sure you have a good Betfair Trading Software application running. Once those odds move the trading software will do all the calculations you need to lock in the maximum profit and this can be done within a click of the mouse. This will save a lot of time and sweat rushing to enter a stake just to see the odds move again and again while the match is live!

One thing to remember when trading the Correct Score on football matches is that there is very rarely one strategy to fit all matches. Almost every football match is unique in its own way so its best to try and develop your own strategies to suit this.

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Betfair Correct Score Football Trading

Score a Touchdown and Win the Game With New Football Finance Book

What do you think would happen if most people spend as much time planning their retirement and investments each year as they spend watching football? I suspect we would all have a lot more money, be better prepared for retirement, and maybe even be able to afford tickets to the Super Bowl every year.

Steve Roberts, with nearly twenty years of experience in the financial industry, knows that most people – including him – would rather play or watch football than the stock market. After all, Steve himself was a three – sport letterman in high school, lettering in football, basketball, and baseball. He was a member of Ricks Junior College football team, and today he coaches youth football. But that does not mean he does not value financial planning and realize its importance. What it does mean is he had the brilliant idea to write a book about financial planning using football metaphors to make the topic not only more interesting but easier to understand for his many readers.

Steve breaks down his new book, "Football Financial Planning," into three sections: Defense; Offense; and Coaches, Special Teams, and Systems. Then in each section, he discusses a valuable asset for your retirement or investing portfolio, and he compares that investment to a player in football. For example, he compares auto insurance to a defensive tackle and universal life insurance to an outside linebacker – these are players on your defense because you need them to protect your assets. Players on your offense include the center (your checking account), a right tackle (fixed annuity), and a tight end (bonds). Steve realizes that you may not always need every player on your team, but he walks you through the benefits as well as disadvantages of each player so you can decide what you want to use on your team and how you can use those players to create the best possible game plan for yourself.

I've read several financial planning books in the past, and they all are helpful in various ways. What makes Football Financial Planning stand out is not only that the football metaphor is fun, but that the way Steve breaks down the team makes each player or financial tool very easy to understand; because each player / investment product is a chapter by itself, the book is also accessible for referring back to and finding specific items later.

Steve makes the discussion easy to follow, and he really made me think about the different financial options out there and why certain ones would be great assets to have on my team while others would not. In the end, he reminds us that each of us is the team owner and even the quarterback of our own team, so we have to make the decisions on the plays.

As an added bonus, Steve provides play charts for avid football fans so they can see how their financial liability or defense adds up. At the end of each chapter, he also provides a short chart or worksheet for the reader to fill out, asking questions about things such as insurance deductibles, projected cash value, or income so people can write all their information down and keep it in one easy to find and remember location, as well as evaluate the different capabilities that exist for their financial game plan.

In the end, Steve's entire system boils down to determining what system or philosophy works best for you because no one team will work for everyone. Steve highlights this point with the following story:

"To win a game (score big in your investments), it is very important to have a system (philosophy) that matches your quarterback's abilities and talents. , not all of BYU's great quarterbacks have had success in the NFL. I once heard that BYU's former coach, Lavell Edwards, says that he believes Marc Wilson, one of his great quarterbacks, would have been more successful in the NFL if he had played in a different system. The point here is you need to make sure the system and philosophy your coaches implement matches your needs and abilities. There are systems out there that others are pushing and selling that work for most people, and they may work for you, but they may not be the best fit for you. Some examples of systems that people may be pushing are to buy an outside linebacker term life insurance and invest the rest in mutual fund running backs. telling you never to buy a variable annuity. Every person's situation is different, so everyone else's team may look a little different than yours; the important thing is to find the system and coaches that work for you. "

Whether you love football or you just want to get clear about your financial situation and be prepared to score a touchdown to win the game when it's time to retire, Football Financial Planning can give you the tools you need now to create the investing system that works for you. Then, when the game is over, you will have a great nest egg to last you for the rest of your life.

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Score a Touchdown and Win the Game With New Football Finance Book

Football Manager 2010 – How to Score a Lot of Goals Through Corner Kicks

A lot of people consider Football Manager 2010 to be a difficult game, and it can be a daunting endeavor to learn all the ins and outs of the vast tactical system. Learning how to score a lot of goals through corner kicks can provide that extra boost you need to win games while tweaking your tactics to perfection.

So, how do you do it?

1. Set the starting player with the highest corner taking-ability as the one taking your corner. In my experience, it does not matter that much if he's a right or left foot, this should work anyway. Should you, however, find that it does not, then simply adjust it to having a left-footed player taking the left side corners, and vice versa.

2. Go to "Advanced", and select the option that makes the corner taker aim the corner kicks at the edge of the penalty box.

3. Choose the player who is the best at long-range shots, and give him orders to wait outside the penalty box.

4. Give your strongest (preferrably the tallest one, too) player orders to cover the goalkeeper.

5. Position the rest of the players based on your own mentality. If you want to keep it more conservative, you can keep three or four players back in your own defensive end. I usually put a couple of players inside the penalty box to wreak havoc and confuse the defenders. If you have too few offensive players, it may leave the computer with enough defenders available to rush out and cover your long-distance shots.

In my experience, this will lead to at least one goal per game, and it can lead to a lot more than that if you have a truly solid gunner.

Make sure the shooting player has high scores on all attributes which involve receiving the ball, and shooting from afar. Technique, ball control, and such attributes are all essential.

It is, of course, preferrable to have a player who is well-rounded and talented in all aspects of the game, to further increase your chances of success. With this corner tactic, I played with Manchester United and had Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who excels at all aspects of the game, gunning for me. The result? He scored 53 goals in 32 games, and set an all-time record for goal scoring in the Premier League. A few seasons earlier I tried the same with Swedish youngster Linus Hallenius in Swedish Premier League side Örebro SK, and his goalscoring record ended up at 45 goals in 26 games.

As you can see, it can be a real tactical advantage!

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Football Manager 2010 – How to Score a Lot of Goals Through Corner Kicks

How to Score More Points in Premier League Fantasy Football

Football is one of the most popular game-forms dominating the sport world since its inception, but its influence or craze does not end there. The very concept of fantasy football may not be very common to the world. It had been created with the sole intention of appeasing the hunger of football aficionados who were unable to play the real game due to different reasons.

The idea of this game is interesting and exciting. People participating in fantasy football games, form imaginary football teams, choosing the best players from various real football teams. Based on the score points, participants can include real life footballers in their teams. Generally, players are chosen from one specific division of a particular country.

The credit of making the original game goes to Anderew Wainstein, an Englishman. He created this game in 1991. Enthused by the success of American fantasy sport, he set up Fantasy League Ltd. Now fantasy football has become a favourite choice of many game lovers and football aficionados.

Consequently, the game has evolved from a simple recreational activity into a significant business.

Given below are some important tips to let you know how to score more in fantasy premier league

Select the right team

It is always good choosing 2 or 3 stars than spending £100m on 15 players. If you spend £100m on 15 players, you are to pay £6.5m for each player. Therefore, you should choose 2 or 3 stars and make the rest team around them. You need not be scared to splash big on these three. Every week you have to field 11 players.

Have a look at the fixture list

Have a careful look at the fixture list. Keep one thing recorded in your mind that some teams play twice in a week and some teams never play. You should get all those players who play twice in a week. Keep a close look at all those players who play twice in a week. Get them in your team.

Choose your captain carefully

Captain choice is the most important thing. This is why you should take a thoughtful decision each week. The job is difficult to do. Guesswork can hardly help you. Here you can apply some simple rules.

Just have a look the simple rules:

  • Keep a close look at the suspensions or injuries
  • You can choose your captain form the team that plays twice in a game-week.
  • Change players time to time. Do not continue with the same players every week.

Watch football regularly on the TV

Watching football games regularly on the TV is highly important. It helps you keep a close look at the in-form players. Know about the lesser teams and check on players’ contributions.

These are the thumb rules for scoring more in Premier League Fantasy Football.

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How to Score More Points in Premier League Fantasy Football

Why Letting the Other Team Score Can Help You Win a Game in Youth Football

Letting the Other Team Score – Not Just for NFL Coaches

Yes, you heard that correctly, letting the other team score on purpose to try and win a game. It not only happens in the Super Bowl, it happens when you are coaching youth football too. If you watched the Super Bowl this year between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants, you saw a situation where letting the other team score on purpose, made complete sense, we aren’t talking about some kind of “mercy” score, we are talking about letting someone score to win the game. New York had the ball with a first down and goal from the 8 yard line and with just 59 seconds left in the game and the score 17-15 in favor of the Patriots. The game wasn’t in doubt, the Pats had just one timeout. So all’s the Giants needed to do was to run 3 plays, run the clock down to 1 second, call timeout, kick the field goal on the last play of the game and go home with the Lombardi Trophy. The Giants field-goal kicker had been perfect for the season on extra point kicks and field goals inside the 30.

But if you watched the game, that isn’t how it played out, Patriots coach Bill Belichick had other ideas. He told his defense to let the Giants score on purpose, so his offense could get the ball back with about 56 seconds left to play and with a timeout in their back pocket. Belichick isn’t someone that likes to put the destiny of a game into the hands of his opponent. While the Pats would have to score a touchdown to win the game, with Tom Brady at Quarterback, Welker at receiver and one of the top offenses in the NFL, they certainly have a very real chance to score a touchdown and win the game. It was a brilliant move that gave the Pats a punchers chance to pull out the game, instead of helplessly letting the game unfold to a last second field goal for the Giants. Even with 3 dropped passes and a sack on that Patriots final drive, the game came down to a final play, that just missed connecting in the end zone, what a finish. The Giants would have been better off just taking a knee 3 times and kicking the field goal on the last play of the game. That would have been much safer than giving Tom Brady 56 seconds and timeout to score a touchdown and win the game.

How does this apply to youth football?

I’ve seen a very similar circumstance with a friends team in Florida. They were losing 21-20 with just over 1 minute to play. The opposing team had the ball on my friends 10 yard line and they had a first down. My friends team had 1 timeout left. The opponent had a very strong team, but they weren’t very good at PAT kicks, which were worth 2 points. In fact, they were so bad at kicking, they didn’t even bother attempting a kick the entire game. My friends team had been hitting almost 60% of their kicks and were pretty confident in their kicker.

So these were his options:

Try for a strip and hope to cover it and go 90 yards with the ball. Or go for the strip and hope to cover 90 yards in less than 1 minute on offense.

Try and hold the other team out of the endzone on 4 attempts, with the slight possibility of getting the ball back inside their own 10 with just a few seconds left. My friends offense would have to cover about 95 yards in less than 10 seconds- 1 play more or less.

Let the other team score on purpose. Expect that they will go for the 1 point PAT, get it and be up by 28-20. Receive the kickoff and get field position on their own 40 or better. Now only needing to go 60 yards in the final 60 seconds, score a touchdown and make the PAT kick to tie the game up and send it into overtime.

Well as you may have guessed, my friend let the other team score on first down. As he expected, they ran the ball in for the 1 point PAT to take a 28-20 lead. Fearing a long kick return the opponent kicked short and my friends team got the ball to start off at their own 45 yard line. They went on to score a touchdown to make it 28-26 with just 6 seconds left to play. They then made the PAT kick to bring the score to 28-28 and taking the game into overtime. Momentum was on my friends side as the opponent fumbled the ball on the first play of overtime and my friends team went on to score on their second offensive snap.

Thinking outside the box isn’t just for the NFL guys. When coaching youth football, especially with some of the special rules many of us have, it makes sense as well. Keep this scenario in the back of your mind, you never know when you might need it.

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Why Letting the Other Team Score Can Help You Win a Game in Youth Football

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