by Simon Jones on 09/08/10 at 7:32 am
While the English Premier League kicks off this Saturday, we were privy to the first round of the new Npower Championship over the weekend. Some clubs got off to a flier, while others went down the road of Portsmouth and continued their losing ways.Full Story
There has been plenty of action in the transfer market over the past few weeks, and thanks to the World Cup we’ve been privy to a few more stars in the making.
Over the next two days, we’ll discover the final eight national squads that will progress into the Round of 16. Bet365 has all the odds on the next four days of World Cup football.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa is just hours away. The tension is rising and online gambling fans are taking advantage of a range of betting options for the coming month of football. Read on to find out all the latest info on the tournament.
In the lead up to next month’s World Cup, several International Friendlies have already caused ripples of doubt to flow through certain teams’ dressing rooms. There is plenty more action on offer over the next few days, and Bodog has all the odds.
Reckon England are on course to repeat their 1966 heroics? Think Spain have it in them to finally be crowned champions of the world? Or are North Korea in line to shock everyone at South Africa this year? Have your say right here.
The Premier League season may be over, but the news certainly isn’t. Transfer rumors have hit fever pitch, and there have already been a few interesting switches.
The English season has all but finished, with only the playoff final between Blackpool and Cardiff City to go. Thankfully, Europe will be providing us with the Champions League final on Saturday, before June 11 hits us with a month full of World Cup football.
It’s all over but the crying. Chelsea have been crowned champions of England after a stunning 8-0 win over Wigan Athletic. Manchester United produced a victory as well, but the one-point deficit between the two clubs was enough to send the London boys home with the trophy.
It’s come down to the final day of the season for the Premier League to be decided. Will reigning premiers Manchester United claim their fourth consecutive league win? Or will debut Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti defy the odds and take his team to glory?