Posts Tagged“sports”

Only a few years ago, Spanish minnows Granada would have struggled to attract a coach of the calibre of Roberto Moreno. The 43-year has enjoyed a successful career as assistant to Luis Enrique at Roma, Celta de Vigo, and Barcelona; and as a head coach in his own right with Monaco and the Spain national team. He led the latter to Euro 2020 qualification with a 77.8% win ratio and zero defeats during his nine games in charge before handing the reins back to Enrique who had taken a break for personal reasons. So how did such a highly-rated young…

Millions of people around the world have given thought to become professional athletes. Who wouldn’t want to play a sport for a living? Growing up, everyone had a sport they zealously played and followed. But as everyone grew up, only a handful of people didn’t lose enthusiasm and carried on their love for sports and gave it their undivided attention and time. To help out those who still dream of becoming professional athletes, listed below are tips and tricks to help them become professional athletes and make a name for themselves. Meeting the requirements Every sport has a minimum requirement.…

Euro 2020, like so many sports worldwide, was shelved last summer because of the coronavirus outbreak and lockdowns of most major cities. Fans feared the pandemic would force the cancellation of one of international football’s biggest and best-loved competitions. Thankfully, the worst-case scenario was avoided, and Euro 2020 will now be played in June and July of this year. The current online sports betting sees all major bookmakers price England as favourites to lift the trophy. The Three Lions will have a slight advantage over their main rivals as both semi-finals, and the final will be played in July at…

It would be an understatement to say that the NBA season is heating up. The playoff spots are slowly but surely getting tied up meaning the post-season will soon be starting to take shape.  Here we look at who will win the NBA Championship, so you can check out NBA betting lines and decide who is your favorite. Brooklyn Nets There are obvious reasons why fans and experts alike love the Nets; they boast a star studded roster and usually play their part in exhilarating games. Our view though is that they have a couple of chinks in their armour…

With the NFL just like with any other activity in life where competition is key, for there to be winners there have to be losers as well. Just by looking at the NFL odds already posted by some of the top sports betting sites you can tell that while there are certain franchises in pro football who basically work like a shoe in when it comes to competing and succeeding while they’re at it, other teams just don’t really seem to catch a break. That doesn’t mean teams don’t try season in and season out to reverse their situations and…

Sports betting is huge and has an incredibly lucrative market. In every conceivable way, punters have continued to explore it, getting the best from it. This awareness has increased both the number of players and bookmakers available. Also, this growth has made the game more competitive and fun. Here, this guide is meant to guide you regarding how to bet on soccer games. Through the expertise of Kate Richardson, the author here, you get to get credible knowledge about this aspect of sports betting. Interestingly, it is very easy to stake games using mobile apps like the wazobet app. such…

The times where mainstream sports and their respective events would be the main focus on tv’s across the land has slowly began to take a declining blow with new generations coming up in the world. The millennial and Gen Z crowds are slowly taking control of what’s cool and what’s not and what is prime tv material, sports included. With social media, smartphones that can do almost everything and a growing hunger for new and exciting experiences, including a surge of interest from these crowds for activities like online betting on sports and other activities two questions pop up. What…

Sports analyst Evan Dombroski was talking last week that he believed that the Premier League has now surpassed all others in the world and become the highest quality league on the planet. This is something which I have been saying for a number of years now and I think that the English league is finally having its day in the sun. During the 90s it was Eerie A that sole all the plaudits, and rightly so. As we entered into the new millennium it was the Spanish league which took the crown as the best in the world, and here…

Moving into the 2020 season, the US’s MLB faced a series of tough decisions. Spring Training was canceled first, barring fans and pundits a chance to see how teams would stack up before the regular season began. Then the regular season start passed with no promise of baseball. Spring Training was rebranded as Summer Camp, but, behind the scenes, the MLB was entrenched in inter-league struggles. The MLB’s Players Association, individual franchises, and league executives struggled to pen a deal that would address the concerns of each group, which included salaries, stadium maintenance, and contractual obligations. For baseball fans, it…

Javier Burillo and I have been talking lately about the grim situation which our football teams find themselves in, and for once we have found common ground in football, despite supporting rival teams. Javier is an Arsenal fan who is perplexed at what has happened to his club, and I am a Spurs fan feeling very much the same. This season Javier and I have called an amnesty, and have unified under a frustrated fans banner. Javier also sympathizes with me as he cannot stand Jose Mourinho, and nor can I. I debated and argued at the time of Jose’s…