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  • The Chinese Super League Becomes A Footballing Super Power

    LustForLeith on 03 Feb at 16:49

    ‎  ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ The Chinese Super League Becomes A Super Footballing Force     Osman Sow. Hardly a well known name in football unless perhaps you support Hearts. But he’s suddenly just become one of the most interesting names around.   The striker has been at the Edinburgh club since the summer of 2014 where he’s scored twenty goals in forty four games. With less than six months remaining on his contract there was speculation if he’d be staying at Hearts on moving on.   He’s moving on and in spectacular fashion.   The Swede is set to join Henan Jianye in the Chinese Super League for an amazing £1.5 million. There’s no doubt the forward can score goals but it seems a lot to be paying for a player who is out of contract in the summer. However he’s not the only big money transfer heading to China.   Talent such as Chelsea…

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  • The Quarterback Merry-Go-Round in 2016

    Gman84 on 08 Feb at 22:57

    Another NFL season concludes and NFL teams and fans now have their eyes towards the off-season. Ever since 1993 and the introduction of a new collective bargaining agreement which brought in free agency for players the off-season has the ability to offer as much drama as the real games themselves. After a Super Bowl dominated by defenses the ability for a team to have a great pass rush has become even clearer (not that it was in doubt beforehand) but why do you need such a good pass rush? Because the NFL is now a passing league and therefore, every team wants stability and production from the most glamorous and important position in American sports. However, it’s easier said than done. With more demanded from the position and offenses running more pass-oriented offenses finding the right triggerman is hard.…

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  • Canelo-Khan

    bitmoretechnical on 02 Feb at 17:46

    Wow! Huge fight. And even more interesting because it came out of the blue. The first thing to note is that this is for Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez's middleweight world title. That should mean a weight limit of 160lbs but Canelo has always arranged a catchweight of 155lbs when he has competed in this division. The same is true this time. The weight will be a big deal for Khan. He has only had three fights at 147lbs and prior to that he always competed in lighter divisions. Instinctively it seems like the wrong idea to put on loads of weight above his natural physique - Mayweather never did it and Mayweather beat Canelo. The initial thought of most people is that Canelo will steam-roller Khan. The Mexican does have serious power but it is more concussive than explosive and he has…

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  • AT & T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. - Tips, Stats, form and trends

    Ralfie1982 on 08 Feb at 23:21

    AT & T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Really good result last time out in the Dubai, with 3 of the 4 selections placing (and only missed out on the win on the 18th hole). The other selection was also in the Top 10 so good all round. The stats Pebble Beach GC, California Prize money $7m $1.26m to the winner 500 Fedex points Tournament Records -22 under PAR / 265 shots Different Format The starting field consists of 156 professionals and 156 amateurs. One professional is paired with one amateur. Each day, 52 2-man teams will play on one of the three courses. Then on the final day, those professionals and pro-amateur teams making the 54-hole cut will play on the Pebble Beach Golf Links. Individual cut At 54 holes, the low 60 scorers plus any ties. Players between 61st…

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  • All Draws Multiple Challenge 2015/16 - All Draw Fun in February

    tbuckley on 03 Feb at 19:28

    All Draws Multiple Challenge 2015/16 - All Draw Fun in February I absolutely love taking on a challenge, especially a football betting related one that can potentially help people so last season when a fellow OLBG member posted on another blog to say that he couldn't find anybody who covered specifically selecting draws then I really could not resist taking that challenge on. The challenge of selecting matches which I think have great potential to be draws and then putting them together in multiples in something that I've personally done on a regular basis for several years now and I like to do it as extra option to the all to win multiples that I do. I like to target draws as the odds are usually very good, standard draw prices range from 2-1 to 12/5 and clearly if you can get…

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  • RSA Chase Key Race Trends - 16 March 2016

    Robmull on 05 Feb at 15:08

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  • Betfair Hurdle Trends

    Micko70 on 08 Feb at 19:19

    The Betfair Hurdle is run at Newbury Racecourse in February The race is a handicap and also at Grade 3 level and is run over 2 miles I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race, but have had to go back to 2004 as the race was not run in 2006 & 2009 I have looked at the following trends for the race - Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Season Runs, Season Wins & Grade 5 day decs - 81-652 Cheltenian(14) 10 11-12 Philip Hobbs 153 1184-1 Dicosimo(47) 5 11-9 W P Mullins 150 1519-1 War Sound(280) 7 11-7 Philip Hobbs 148 122P-2 Kalkir(27) 5 11-6 W P Mullins 147 1401/0 Ivan Grozny(27) 6 11-4 W P Mullins 145 2-1927 Petite Parisienne(42) 5 11-3 W P Mullins 144 53-322 Qewy(63) 6 11-3 John Ferguson 144 22-846 Fou Et Sage(21) 5 11-2 Dan Skelton 143 01-250…

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