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Saturday Football Offers For Existing Customers

The Saturday 3pm Kick-Offs are fast approaching, so don’t forget if you are having a bet to make sure you use the best bookmaker available for your particular bet.

Bet365 – Plenty of offers from Bet365. First up is their Unlimited Places On Each-Way First Goal Scorer Bets. This is where you get unlimited places on the each-way part of your first goal scorer bets.

This means you will get paid each-way if your player scores the winner in a 5 goal thriller, or even the last goal in a 5-5 draw. The usual amount of each way places usually paid is just 3.

bet365 also offer a 0-0 Bore Draw Insurance Money Back, this is where bet365 will give you your money back on losing bets on the Correct Score, Half time/Full time and Scorecast markets if the match ends 0-0.

BetfredDouble Delight and Hat-trick heaven is available on Everton v Chelsea today, and then Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool and Leicester v Arsenal tomorrow (all the Sky matches).

This is where if you pick the winning first goalscorer, Betfred will give you double the odds if he goes on to score a second, and triple the odds if he then scores a hat-trick.

Coral – Existing customers can get enhanced prices on football accumulators across the weekend with their Enhanced Multiples offer.

Skybet – Bet £25.00 every week with Skybet and you can have a £5.00 free bet every week as a member of the Skybet Club.

Boylesports – Double Odds if your first goal scorer bet wins inside the first 20 minutes with Boylesports’ Double Bubble offer.

William Hill – if you are having an accumulator of 6 or more teams you may want to use William Hill, as they offer you a refund (up to a maximum of £50.00) if only one team lets you down in their Money Back If You Miss By One On 6 Or More Team Acca! This refund comes in the form of a free bet.

Hills also offer money back (up to a maximum of £50.00) on losing Correct Score and Double Result bets if that match ends up 0-0 with their Bore Draw Insurance Money Back 0-0 offer, this offer also comes in the form of a Free Bet.

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Knowing The Right Time To Get Out

Last night’s 4-0 defeat to MK Dons is the latest set back to Louis van Gaal’s so called rebuilding job at Manchester United, and leaves the Dutch manager with only two competitions to compete for this season.

I have to admit I was very surprised at the team van Gaal picked last night, there may well have been a few experienced internationals in the side, but it could have been a lot stronger.

In the past United would have had Europe to use as an excuse for not taking the Capital One cup seriously, but with only the three domestic trophies to play for this year, I think the tactics last night were strange.

I’m not sure whether it is arrogance on the part of van Gaal (I wouldn’t be surprised if it was). Could it be van Gaal thinks winning the Capital One Cup makes little difference to his future ambitions?

Other managers might see it as an opportunity to get a first trophy on the board and ease the pressure, given that the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool may well have an eye elsewhere.

So who is to blame for where United are now at? Ferguson, Moyes, Ed Woodward, David Gill, the Glazers, or a combination of all?

Did Sir Alex Ferguson leave them in a bad state? Although they were league champions, I believe Ferguson knew the writing was on the wall for this team. But in defence of Ferguson, was he offered the money to improve the squad before departing the scene?

For all we know, the Glazers may have been running a tight ship at the time and making little money available. Or maybe Ferguson had the money, and wrongly judged that – as champions – his squad didn’t need much surgery.

David Moyes didn’t really improve the squad, but was he badly let down by Ed Woodward last summer, when only really Marouane Fellaini was added.

In defence of Ed Woodward, managers have to identify targets, and why has no one suggested adding a couple of center backs and a right back over the past two seasons? It was obvious under Alex Ferguson that the right back was a position of high priority, and still to this day no one has addressed this.

Football news reports that £59.7M was spent on Angel Di Maria, which is a staggering amount of money, the sort that Moyes could only have dreamed off spending. A good player, yes, but for the best part of £60M I would be wanting a player who is going to drive the team forward and be a single handed match winner. I may be proven wrong in the long run, but I really don’t see Di Maria as this player.

Personally I think the rot set in years ago. It is said that if you stand still you move backwards, and that is true of Manchester United.

The football club didn’t build on the the final Premier League title handed to them by Alex Ferguson, and I do believe Ferguson could have left the squad in better shape. Whether that was complacency on the part of Ferguson, or him getting no money to improve the squad, I don’t know?

Since then nothing has changed. Moyes and/or Woodward didn’t address the issues, and it remains to be seen if van Gaal will do so. One thing that is for sure, is that Ferguson certainly knew the right time to get out.

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Man Utd 1/7 to win no trophies this season

Louis van Gaal’s less than impressive start as Manchester United manager continued with a humiliating 4-0 defeat away at MK Dons on Tuesday, and that has seen a couple of bookies price up books on the amount of trophies United might – or might not – win this season.

With only two trophies now left for van Gaal and United to play for this season, Paddy Power and Betvictor are the first to show their hands and price this market up.

At the moment Betvictor are the best price, as they go 1/7 that Manchester United don’t win a trophy this season (£25 Free Bet). That is an amazing price considering where United were just 18 months back.

Next it’s onto Paddy Power, and they make United 1/8 to win no trophies this season, while both make United 40/1 to land an unlikely looking (as things stand) FA Cup and Premier League double.

To win the Premier League, United are still 4th favourites at a best price of 14/1 with Betvictor.

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Man City V Liverpool bet365 £50 Free Bet

The biggest match of the Premier League season – to date – takes place (Live on Sky Sports, Kick-Off at 8pm) tonight at the Etihad Stadium between Man City and Liverpool, and to mark it bet365 are running their magnificent £50.00 Free Bet offer, available to both new and existing customers.

If you haven’t already got a bet365 account, you can open one here and claim a £200.00 Welcome Bonus. Once you have signed up, you can now get on with claiming the £50.00 free bet.

As I already mentioned, this offer is available to both new and existing customers and the maximum free bet that can be claimed is £50.00.

All you have to do is place a pre match bet on the Manchester City V Liverpool match. Then place a bet for the same amount of money in-play (during the match), and if the in-play bet loses, you will get a refund. It’s that simple.

Using the Matched Betting method, you can make easy money from this offer. Simply put £50.00 on Man City to win with bet365, pre match. Then lay Man City on Betfair for £50.00, also pre match.

Whatever the outcome, you will get back roughly £93.00 from one of bet365 or Betfair, while you’re initial outlay will be roughly £96.00 – meaning a loss of around £3.00. You now have a £50.00 free bet to use though.

Wait for the match to start, then put the money on whatever you want to. In order to cover your small loss on the qualifying bet, just underlay your bet on Betfair.

So if you have your bet365 £50.00 Free Bet on Over 2.5 Goals, and you originally had lost £3.00 on your qualifying bet, just lay Over 2.5 Goals on Betfair for £3.00 – meaning you can’t lose.

Other offers available on tonight’s match are……

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5/2 on Everton to score with Coral

The good sign up offers just keep on coming today, and the latest good value promotion to fall off the conveyor belt comes from Coral.

Anybody opening a new Coral account here can get an enhanced price of 5/2 on Everton to score anytime against Arsenal today. This is a new accounts only offer, and the maximum bet is £10.00. Obviously, this bet has to be placed pre kick-off.

To give you an indication of how good this offer is, an Arsenal clean sheet is 5/2 with bet365. This means you could have £10.00 on Everton to score at 5/2 with Coral, and £10.00 on an Arsenal clean sheet (Everton not to score) at 5/2 with bet365, guaranteeing profit.

As well as this offer, you can also get 8/1 on an Arsenal victory if you are opening a new Betfair account through this link. Again, this is a new accounts only offer with a maximum bet of £10.00.

Also offering an enhanced price to new customers on this match is Sportingbet. Customers opening a new Sportingbet account here can get 5/1 on an Arsenal victory, and should the Gunners fail to win, you can get a free bet up to a maximum of £50.00, ensuring you have two chances using this offer.

Of all these offers, I think the 8/1 on Arsenal from Betfair is the best one. Arsenal look a strong outfit this year, but they are still a bit susceptible at the back, giving both the Betfair and Coral promotions a chance of coming in.

As well as the sign up offer, don’t forget you can get Double Bubble and Hat-Trick delight from Betfred on this match. This is where you get double odds on First Goal Scorer bets if he scores first and goes on to score a second, or triple odds if he goes on to score a Hat-Trick.

You get double odds on winning First Goal Scorer Scorer bets from Boylesports if your selection scores within the fitst 20 minutes.

And finally, you can get Unlimited Places On Each-Way First Goal Scorer bets with bet365.

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