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Analysis: Crewe Alexandra – Bradford City

May 01, 2015


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The game will take place on Sunday, 3rd of May 2015 at 12:15 pm UK time. Weather forecast promises decent 10 °C, light rain and humidity at 100.00 %. With  this sort of forecast we can expect a lot of mud on the pitch and a game low on technical skills.


Analysis: VfL Wolfsburg – Hannover 96

May 01, 2015


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Game Introduction

The game takes place on Saturday, 2nd May 2015 at 13:30 CET in front of 30000 head crowd at Volkswagen Arena.

My tip is to choose home win at 1.45 odds. Wolfsburg will benefit from a strong squad, very good team chemistry, and as a cherry on top – their talismans: Bas Dost, Kevin de Bruyne or Andre Schurrle. In no way can the away team match the quality of these players.


RB Leipzig: the reign of sponsorship

April 29, 2015


RB Leipzig is a relatively unknown but modern football club, based in Leipzig, Germany. Looking at the Club logo, one might see a reference to the club’s financial background. Contrary to what you might expect, though, RB stands for RasenBallsport, not Red Bull, but that´s just because of Bundesliga´s regulations. The Club has advanced a lot lately, having bought big name players and being promoted to 2nd Bundesliga last season.


Home Team Advantage Analysis

April 26, 2015

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One might ask himself: “What is the impact of playing home in winning the game?” Some competitions are suspiciously in favor of home teams and in some competitions it looks like playing home or away doesn’t matter. Let’s have a closer look at my personal experience and end up analyzing a few European football leagues over the past decade.


Marouane Fellaini – from box-to-box midfielder to feared striker!

April 21, 2015




From primary school to the first contract

Born in Belgium to Moroccan parents, Marouane was led to football by his father, former Raja Casablanca goalkeeper. The secret about him is that he used to run to school in his boyhood times instead of taking a bus. Fortunately it was his father who brought young lad to the football world. During first seasons as a kid, he scored dozens of goals per season, proving he has killer instinct. But that was not the only quality he had – physical strength and aerial abilities were much more interesting. So he signed his first professional contract at the age of 17, with Belgium giants Standard Liege. In 2008, he was awarded with a Belgian Ebony Shoe, for the best player of African descent. (Not only) That opened the doors to his Premier League career.


Swansea City – Jack to a King

April 19, 2015

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Swansea City is just one of a few Welsh teams playing in English football structures. Another notable teams are Cardiff City, Newport and Wrexham. But what makes a difference between Swansea and the rest? It must be the progress that Swansea made. How suddenly a mediocre team became an industry leader.


Explaining the odds

January 07, 2015


When it comes to betting, every bettor is wise man. “I will back Southampton in next home match”, could one say. After answering the questions: “What are the odds?” with “They say 1.5” and “How confident are you?” with “60 percent!” – something is wrong with a lad.


Merseyside football triangle of 2014

January 07, 2015

It is just a few days after 2014 ended, where we experienced a major impact of strange football switch that happened the year before. All happened on a local axis close to Mersey river: Wigan-> Everton -> Manchester United, arguably having been triggered by famous Sir Alex Ferguson retiring from football management.