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How to Make the Most of Football Tips for the Weekend

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in Football | 0 comments

With every round of football matches there are countless numbers of pundits and betting professionals all making expert tips and suggestions on the weekends forthcoming fixtures. But there are some simple rules and tips to make the most out of any football tips for the weekend.

Perhaps the first, simplest and often most overlooked method is to consult various tipping sources instead of relying on one tipster. Whilst there are inevitably better soccer tipping websites than others the best form of practice is to garner expert reviews, tips and opinions from various tipsters. As well as increasing your overall knowledge on the weekends matches, including any vital statistics; using this method could potentially highlight a suggestion that has been independently  tipped up more than once, which adds substantial weight to the likelihood of that certain outcome.

Another method that should be considered is the avoidance of accumulator bets. Although successes are often banded round in betting shops, newspapers and betting folklore amongst friends, the likelihood of this ‘coming in’ and providing a return is quite unlikely. Anyone betting should always have confidence in their selections, so singles and doubles and nothing more than trebles should really be employed by anyone serious about making a likely return on their stakes.

Most people who use any football tips for the weekend often focus on the one or two leagues and competitions they are familiar with. Whilst this is generally a good strategy to have with extensive knowledge and understanding of one league or competition, the danger is if you place all or the majority of your bets on one league or competition, then one or two erroneous results and outcomes usually crop up. A much better practice is to spread your knowledge over about five or six leagues, where information, reviews and tips are quite readily available and the league itself is more predictable in nature. For example in the 2010-2011 season many professional football tipsters have stayed clear from leagues such as the English Football Championship and the French Lique 1 because of the unpredictability and the fact that the teams residing in these are all relatively close in terms of ability and can win against each other on any given day.

Lastly try to consider betting markets that are more than just win, draw and loss outcomes. There are now more betting markets than ever before, but some of the more popular recent markets are ‘draw no bet’, the goals market (over 2.5 goals or under 2.5 goals), both teams to score, anytime goalscorer, to win to nil market and to win at half time etc. There is now a plethora of information and a lot of which, perhaps the majority of which will not help you decide the outcome of a match. For example certain players have a ‘knack’ of scoring against certain clubs, so the anytime goalscorer market on that certain player would be a good tip to go for here. There are teams who although draw more than they should, rarely lose, so the draw no bet option here might prove fruitful. Certain sides are very open and attacking and you are likely to see goals in their matches so the over goals market or both teams to score option would be a decent strategy.

Whilst there is no guarantee with any football tips for the weekend, there are a lot of well researched and carefully thought predictions, which employed correctly can yield returns.

JD is a football betting expert in the UK, who writes football tips for the weekend on leagues and competitions around Europe on Sportingly Better.

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Most Shining Football Stars in Women’s World Cup of All Time

Posted by on May 2, 2015 in Football | 0 comments

Women’s World Cup 2011 has ended leaving happiness, satisfaction and also pity. Let’s review the most shining stars in Women’s World Cup of all time including Marta, Birgit Prinz, Abby Wambach and so on.



Like many Brazilian soccer players, Marta Vieira da Silva is only known by one name, Marta. 25-year-old Marta is a Brazilian female football forward playing for the Western New York Flash of Women’s Professional Soccer. She is also a member of the Brazil women’s national football team. She is also frequently referred to as “Pele’s Cousin,” and has won the FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010) award.




Marta is the most famous women’s soccer player around the world


Birgit Prinz

Because of being a football player having amazing run of five consecutive FIFA Player of the Year awards from 2003 to 2005 and her intensely strong kick, Birgit Prinz actually becomes one of the game’s most prolific strikers and the FIFA Women’s World Cup all-time leading scorer with 14 goals.

Birgit Prinz is amongst the world’s best strikers


Kelly Smith

As an English footballforward and a member of the England women’s national football team, Smith currently plays for Boston Breakers of Women’s Professional Soccer. Her 43 goals in international play are more striking than any other female English footballer in history so that she is suitable to be presented in this list of most outstanding stars in the history of Women’s World Cup.

Kelly Smith may be the greatest female soccer player in England’s history



Being a Brazilian association football player named the world’s best forward as Marta, Cristiane currently plays for Santos of Copa do Brasil on loan from Women’s Professional Soccer side Chicago Red Stars. She is the goal scoring machine finishing third in the FIFA Player of the Year award race twice in her career.




Cristiane is the Scottie Pippen to Marta’s Jordan


Rosie White

Renowned for New Zealand’s young hope, Rosie White becomes all-time top scorer scoring seven goals in her last 15


Mana Iwabuchi

The 18-year-old Japanese forward is likely to be the next worldwide superstar in women’s soccer. Only four international appearances, Mana Iwabuchi already marks her career with two goals


Alexandra Popp

One of the brightest young talents in German women’s football is Alexandra Popp who won the Golden boot, the German Cup, the UEFA Cup and the Under-17 European Championship. The 20-year-old Alexandra Popp was named the most valuable player at 2011 Under-20 World Cup.

Not only being the brightest young talents in German women’s football but Alexandra Popp is also the brightest star in Women’s World Cup


Lotta Schelin

22 international goals in 57 appearances is achievement Lotta Schelin gained by using her size, speed, and power. It is true to say that Lotta Schelin is a powerful and efficient scorer


Yoreli Rincón

As a 18-year-old midfielder, Yoreli Rincón is quite young but also talented


Abby Wambach

The brightest star in American soccer, scoring the gold medal winning goal in the 2004 Olympics and the third most international goals in American women’s soccer history with 118 of them is Abby Wambach


Abby Wambach 100th Goal Tribute Video


Related links:

Football Stars’ Absence from World Cup 2010

Japan Wins 2011 Women’sWorld Cup: Victory Moments in Pictures

Football stars to brighten at 2010 World Cup

John Stevens is an Internet marketer and freelance photographer. He likes collecting photographs of celebrities, posting breaking news and writing articles to comment on outstanding events in the field of entertainment.

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Most Remarkable Football Events 2010

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Football | 0 comments

Football is the most favorite sport all over the world; hence, footballers personify the image of the success and have followers in the whole world who idolize and turn them into heroes. Through football history, many players light up the pitch and entertain the masses but a number of names grace the sport and reach the status of a legend. Obviously, what put memories into the legend footballers are the ability to score vital goals and endurance to play through pain barrier. From the talent, players and football teams devote fans and audiences such spirited, brilliant and dazzling performances. Let\’s have an in-depth review on the most amazing events rocking the football world during the year 2010 via the following stunning images.


Beating patiently Holland in the World Cup final, Spain ends up with the best team won. With patient style of football, they fully deserve their 1-0 victory.


Lionel Messi is awarded both “European footballer of the year” and the \’Ballon d\’Or\’ (Golden ball). In the picture, he holds up his award at Camp Nou stadium Stadium.


Spanish striker David Villa, Valencia\’s top scorer in La Liga with 21 goals has transferred to Barcelona with a 40-million-euro deal. At new club, Villa joins the team with his fellows Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Pedro and Sergio Busquets.


José Mourinho moves to lead Real Madrid. Earlier, Jose Mourinho has helped Barcelona to the top of La Liga.


In a live interview on air after World Cup win, Carbonero – the TV reporter of Spain and Casillas’s girlfriend – asks Spain captain how he feels about his World Cup triumph. The goalkeeper embraces and kisses his glamorous girlfriend.


FIFA announces that Russia have won the right to host the 2018 World Cup while Qatar will host the 2022 tournament, which disappoints David Beckham in particular and the whole England in general. David Beckham hoped that he could make a difference to England’s bid for the 2018 World Cup in the final lobbying before the week’s vote.


Inter Milan\’s players celebrates their trophy after crowing champions at the 2010 FIFA Club World Cup at Zayed Sports City.


Egypt won the title of CAN 2010 champion after beating Ghana one-for-zero in the final match. Egypt sets the record for being championship three consecutive times and seven times in the history.


Fulham did the sublime triumph over Juventus in Europa League 2010. In the match, two goals from Atletico Madrid’s super sharp striker Diego Forlan were enough to boost Forlan a legend in Fulham’s fairytale.


David Beckham and LA Galaxy win MLS Championship of the year 2010 for the first time.


Andrés Iniesta is captured in the key goal for Spain to beat Holland



Related links:

Top Ten Greatest Footballers in 2010

2010 World Cup Adidas Golden Award

Most Promising Sportsmen in 20

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