Sunday, 14 July 2013

Looking forward to next season?

Talk about a busy season. So much happened last season that it was almost too difficult to keep up. And then Ferguson went right at the end of it all, upsetting the apple cart. Now, we look forward to a Premier League season that could well prove to be one of the most chaotic ever. The problem? The managers.
Last season’s first, second and third place teams have all had new managers since then. Even Arsene Wenger, the King of Arsenal, is starting to get a little under the collar. There have been more than a few dissatisfied voices heard in the media, and he may well prove to be less of a golden boy than people thought he was. Incidentally, Arsene is the longest serving manager on the country.
The first big ‘problem manager’ is the once-revered Jose Mourinho of Chelsea. Roman Abramovich once fired him but he’s back now, his feet firmly under the table, and every Chelsea fan watching him with eagle eyes. To be honest, he didn’t make a good stab of Real Madrid, which is a shame, because Real are quite possibly one of the best teams in the world and it is really, really hard to imagine them falling from grace. So Jose has to step up a gear. If he manages it, it could mean a return to the limelight for Chelsea. If Jose fails, there is plenty of room at the top…
Manchester City, meanwhile, are in the most bizarre position. Their last manager was sacked but he happened to be one of the most successful in the club’s history. Go figure. This means that the new manager has a serious challenge ahead of him. There is a very good chance that it could be Manuel Pellgrini. Expectations are high at City, and it seems that the new manager (whether it is Pellegrini or not) will be expected to take the crown. This could have various implications for Premier League football. The first one is potentially quite entertaining for fans. Due to the immense pressure on the new manager, we can expect some incredible football, lots of buying and selling, and a dramatic season for City. However, it also means that we could see some major battles at the top too. Great football should ensue.
And then there is David Moyes. The great Alex Ferguson has retired, and the world mourned that (and we mean the world, because they are truly famous team) and then waited feverishly for a replacement. Moyes must be very nervous. And therein lies the problem. If he doesn’t do well, if he doesn’t gel with the players for example, we can expect a disastrous season for United. Which means more room at the top.
There is good news then. Basically, new brooms mean that there could be a major shakeup at the top of the league. If this is the case, we can expect some truly thrilling months ahead as people jostle for the top spot, even teams that you don’t normally expect to be anywhere near the top.

Friday, 21 June 2013

Tradeshark tennis Day 1 round up

Well I have had a look round his site, very informative and well presented website. I had a quick look at some strategies earlier and after introducing myself in the chatroom. I decided to dip my toes in and have a go of trading tennis. Bear mind I have traded before so I went ahead and set up my trading software the same as TS and off we go.
I only used minimum stakes and whether it was by luck or judgement (you can choose) I made a profit a small one but a profit none the less. I have sent several emails to TS today and he is very prompt in responding to my questions.

Tomorrow I'm going try out the other strategies, if there is any tennis on, but I will take a look in the morning.

Anyone for Tennis

So summer is upon us and Wimbledon is just around the corner and I am finally getting round to trading some tennis, of course I could of started anytime as tennis is played for more than 11 months of the year but I thought if I am going to give it a go then why not do it after I've finished work the day and the tennis on the TV, people on Henman hill, Murray mount or rused.....I mean Greg's ridge.

I have signed to Tradeshark tennis- leading tennis trader with his online guide which a look around and must I'm impressed with the content you get for just £29, eBooks, beginners strategies, videos, a members chat room and more and more.

I will keep you posted with my progress over the next few weeks, months and years with details how I'm getting on.

New balls please.

Sunday, 26 May 2013

New Version Of Bet Angel Released. Download it Now

Just in time for two Grand Slams in two months and hot on the heels of our latest upgrade, we have released a new version of Bet Angel that now includes an upgrade to our popular Tennis Trader tool.You can download the latest version, version 1.34. French Open Tennis is upon us and the second grand slam of the year presents you with a great opportunity to get stuck into some good quality tennis. There are lots of strategies to use in tennis and during a grand slam you get to put a lot of them to use.The early rounds can throw up some very uncompetitive ties and the later rounds some very competitive ones. Both have very different, but perfectly viable strategies. For some guidance and perspective, check out previous years, Roland Garros 2012, Roland Garros 2011, on the forum.  You can see some examples of the right, and wrong, entry points and there are plenty of screenshots to show you how the odds moved during some matches. There is also a Tennis section on the blog where you can pick up some useful trading tips.The French Open is also good practice for Wimbledon, but only on a broad basis. The two different surfaces at Roland Garros and Wimbledon tend to present very different types of matches. They also favour different types of player. Changes in the new version of Tennis TraderA couple of obvious things you will see when you fire up the new version.New layouts on the Tennis Trader toolWe have re-arranged the lay out on Tennis trader to show three distinct views. You now have a match grid, which is the same as the previous version of Tennis trader. You also have a new views, the game matix and a set matrix.Both the game and set matrix give you a different view on the markets and make it easier for you to asses entry and exit points. It does this by visualising all the possible paths in the underlying Tennis match and by assigning predicted odds values to them.As you increment the score in the match grid, unavailable outcomes will be removed from the game and set matrix to show you the remaining trading options available to you in the match. Bet Angel - The most effective tool for Betfair

Saturday, 25 May 2013

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