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Saturday, March 31, 2012

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SEC Draft Breakdown Part One: Georgia and South Carolina

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 04:04 AM PDT

SEC Draft Breakdown Part One: Georgia and South Carolina While spring ball continues for most of the SEC? Yesterdays heroes of the Southeastern Conference are in the midst of their final preparations for the next level. Pro Days and interviews are all that stand between the future and the past. And I will tell you [...]

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Ally McCoist scores winner for Rangers in fundraising match

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 04:15 AM PDT

Written in the stars? With Walter Smith managing his old side in a squad that included greats such as Laudrup, Albertz, De Boer, Numan, Konterman and Van Bronckhorst against a team of AC Milan legends, the game was 0-0 at half time. Walter decided to bring off Michael Mols, playing until very recently, and throw [...]

Sergio Aguero’s mystery injury revealed

Posted: 31 Mar 2012 04:01 AM PDT

All the talk on Twitter yesterday was what exactly had happened to Kun Aguero to make him miss games against Stoke, Sunderland and possibly Arsenal, after manager Roberto Mancini described it: “It is a stupid injury. It's better that we don't talk about it. I am really ­disappointed with what has happened to him. It's [...]

Top five theories about Sergio Aguero’s mystery ‘stupid injury’

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 10:17 AM PDT

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has revealed that Sergio Aguero is out with a ‘stupid injury’ to his foot. But the Italian wouldn’t be drawn on the cause of the mystery ailment which will rule him out of tomorrow’s match against Sunderland. Mancini said: “It is a stupid injury. It was not his fault. “But [...]




Posted: 30 Mar 2012 09:49 AM PDT

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Friday, March 30, 2012

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Taaffe sticks with Lynch for Treacle National bid

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 08:08 AM PDT

Tom Taaffe's in-form Treacle, currently a best priced 20/1 shot for the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree on April 14, will be partnered by the talented Andrew Lynch in the big race after the Irish handler secured the services of one of the most sought after of local jockeys for his live big race contender, writes Elliot Slater.

Lynch has only partnered the 11-year-old on one previous occasions and that was on his penultimate start where the pair appeared to get along very well together in finishing three-quarters-of-a-length second to Cross Appeal in the highly valuable Paddy Power Chase at the Leopardstown Christmas Festival in December. Since then Treacle has again proved himself to be at the top of his game when belying his 33/1 starting price to run on well into third place in the Grade 1 Hennessy Gold Cup back at Leopardstown in February, behind Willie Mullins' Quel Esprit, another who might very well take his chance at Liverpool in 'the world's greatest steeplechase'. Those looking at betting for Grand National need to bear this in mind.

The gelded son of Zaffaran had struggled to make the step up to the higher echelons since breaking through into the big time back in 2009 when landing the valuable Munster National Handicap chase off a mark of 122, but this term things seem to have clicked into place for the stayer who is now entering the veteran stage of his career. Anyone following the Grand National odds should remember this.

Handed a mark of 145 for the Aintree marathon and a racing weight of a handy 10st 8lbs, Treacle has emerged as one of the leading Irish contenders this season and unlike many of his compatriots is perfectly capable of holding his own on decent ground, even though the majority of his best racecourse efforts have come with some give under foot.

Should Man City Have Backed Down On Tevez?

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 04:03 AM PDT

When Patrick Vieira had a little jibe at Manchester United's desperation to bring back Paul Scholes from retirement, Sir Alex Ferguson aptly pointed out that Manchester City had let Carlos Tevez worm his way back into the City set up, after taking a five month holiday and being told he was never to play for the club again. People in glasshouses shouldn't throw stones I think they say!

Vieira's comments weren't too clever, but is Manchester City's decision to being back the Argentinian?

Apparently, Yaya Toure is insisting that Tevez wants to repay Manchester City fans by helping the club lift the title, although Bet Victor suggest his chances are slim.

After apologising for his conduct, Tevez is back in England and made a great return as substitute where he set up the winning goal against Chelsea ten days ago. As is football, a piece of magic on the pitch can wipe the memories of fans and manager's it seems who once hated the player for the way he disrespected the club. It seems that the whole club is willing to let the last 6 months blow over if it means they can win the Premier League title.

It certainly shows that player power is very much on top in the world game, but I'm not sure Manchester City's stance on the whole situation will do their reputation any favours and followers of need to remember this.

Tevez has embarrassed the club who made such a standing in insisting he will never play again to then quietly backtracking to let him back into the frame. Is it worth it for the sake of a Premier League title?

As a neutral I would say no. It is wrong for football to let players treat fans and their clubs in the way they did, but I'm sure fans may have a different take on it. I guess whether it is morally wrong or right what really matters to City fans and players is that they win the title, and if Tevez can help them do that then he should be in the Manchester City team.

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The world is watching. A huge weekend for…

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 06:02 AM PDT

Manchester City Quite simply, if they want to win their maiden Premier League title, they will probably need to win every game between now and the end of the season. Their recent record is less than impressive, with defeats to Swansea and Everton. Roberto Mancini won’t need me to tell him that Manchester United won [...]

Bet’s be ‘avin you: Football betting tips for the 31st March – 1st April

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 06:02 AM PDT

Last week Gylfi Sigurdsson ruined our profit party, but wins for Bolton and Southampton meant that we got our money back on the £50 staked. Time for a big profit week methinks. First bet concerns the Championship’s relegation battle, where Portsmouth have responded well to their impending doom. Whilst I don’t agree that they should [...]

Free £50 bet with your Premier League betting tips

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 05:04 AM PDT

Manchester City v Sunderland (Saturday, 3pm) Free £50 Bet for All New Paddy Power Customers Imagine you're a Premier League manager, three points off the leaders, with some patchy form of late, but 1/4 with Paddy Power for a home win that will take you joint top. How do you prepare? Well, it's doubtful Alex [...]

Bolton to call upon Celine Dion-loving midfielder to face Wolves

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 02:23 AM PDT

Bolton manager Owen Coyle is set to give youngster and Celine Dion fan Josh Vela a start against Wolves. The midfielder, who counts My Heart Will Go On as his favourite song, is expected to bolster Coyle’s depleted options in the middle of the park. Vela first came onto OTP’s radar in January 2011 when [...]

Al Wasl manager Diego Maradona storms the stands to defend his wife

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 01:02 AM PDT

Diego Maradona waded into the stands like some kind of portly superhero after his partner Veronica Ojeda got into a row with fans of opponents Al Shabab. The Argentine star, manager of Dubai side Al Wasl, went to confront supporters who had fought with Ojeda and Al Wasl player Juan Mercier’s missus. Al Shabab forward [...]

Video: Iker Casillas picks his nose and wipes it on a child’s face (Apoel Nicosia v Real Madrid)

Posted: 30 Mar 2012 12:38 AM PDT

Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas decided to use his side’s trip to Apoel Nicosia to showcase his revolting side. The Spain international was seen picking his nose in the tunnel before the match. Having dislodged the offending blockage, he then wiped the same hand across the face of a young mascot! Normally it would be [...]

Liverpool Kenny Dalglish in pointlessly narky press conference shocker

Posted: 29 Mar 2012 09:24 AM PDT

Kenneth Dalglish, the great press conference raconteur, has yet again turned an innocuous question from a journalist into a talking point. The Liverpool manager responded in his now customary passive aggressive style to a straightforward question about the role of one of the club’s hottest prospects. The ‘controversial question’ was: “Kenny, what hopes have you [...]

Cash-strapped Kettering Town to wear 1970s kit to raise money

Posted: 29 Mar 2012 08:34 AM PDT

Kettering Town are going back in time in a bid to overcome their current financial woes. The Nene Park side are donning a retro 1970s kit for Saturday’s match against Stockport County. The theme day is down to a special one-match sponsorship deal with betting site Betfair. The novel approach to tackling an impending winding-up [...]

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