Sport Club

October 19, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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Tennis Terms

What time does Sean Connery turn up to Wimbledon? Tennis. If, like me, you’re relatively new to tennis and your only experience of the sport is what you’ve seen on Wimbledon, then this is the right guide for you. Tennis, much like many other sports, has entirely its own kind of lingo that can be very difficult for an outsider to penetrate. So, if you’re already fairly good at the sport and you’re aware of the attracting tennis betting odds that are available for the next season of Wimbledon, then you’ll be bound to find something new to pick up from this article. Read on! Continue Reading →

October 19, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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A Few Easy Tips to Really Improve Your Darts Skills

Darts is a deceptively hard game, no doubt about it. Once you’ve been watching some of the superstars effortlessly toss several bullseyes in a row, it almost feels like the game should be too easy. Then you go and try and end up embarrassing yourself in front of all your mates at the pub. Oh well, that’s always the way with watching professionals excel at their sports, especially if you’re into darts betting. Here’s a few tips to up your darts game: Continue Reading →

October 19, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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American Football Jargon

American football is a whole different ballgame (haha . . .) when it comes down to unique terminology when compared to other sports. For a British person, listening to American football players talking about their sport is about as intelligible as trying to understand a group of First World War fighter pilots; bloody impossible. Luckily for you, I’ve managed to piece together some of the more interesting terms and can hopefully explain them to you to get you to improve your understanding of the game. If you’re into American football betting, then this will be right up your street, so read on: Continue Reading →

October 14, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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Is Football Entering in a New Age?

With the arrival of a new kind of investor with unlimited funds buying clubs like Manchester City, Paris Saint Germain, Malaga and Anzhi Makhatchkala; the eternal titans of European football are being seriously challenged. Manchester City has spent 90M£, Paris Saint Germain 85M£, Malaga 65M£ and Anzhi Makhatchkala 62M£ in signing new players to their team. Continue Reading →

October 7, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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Euro 2012 Betting

If you want my opinion about who is going to win Euro 2012, I would say that it has to be either Spain or England. Spain won the World Cup two years ago, Euro 2008 two years before that and recently went over a year unbeaten. In Xavi, Iniesta and Fabregas they have arguably the best three midfielders in the world now that Paul Scholes has retired, while it is likely that seven of their starting eleven will come from Barcelona who have won the Champions League for the last three out of four years. Casillas is still young despite his years of experience – he now has more Champions League appearances under his belt than anyone and is still only thirty and a goalkeeper – while upfront they boast Villa, Torres and Pedro, a triumvirate of lethal goal potential that will no doubt be giving every defender in Europe nightmares over this season. Continue Reading →

October 7, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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Football Gambling

   The advice that I can offer regarding how to go about betting your money on sports is as follows. If you follow these simple rules when attempting to decide which sports to bet on and how to pick a winner from the numerous teams, horses, individuals or squads that you have to select from, you can be sure of getting a good return for the money that you invest. Continue Reading →

September 27, 2011
by Gareth Gibbs
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Ever Heard Of A Rice Eating Championship?

In the 1940s Augustine Amadi was a champion rice eater, having consumed fourteen plates of jellof rice. The plates were 12 inches in diameter and the rice was heaped onto his plate and measured two inches high and had to leave no more than a centre meter of diameter of plate. Continue Reading →