European Super League Opening The Door To English Clubs

European Super League Opening The Door To English Clubs

The entryway is open for English clubs to join new discussions around starting an European Super League, says a senior chief on the task. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham retreated from the idea around 48 hours after its doomed launch in 2021. Yet, Bernd Reichart has …

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Football Club Names When Put Through AI Tools

Football Club Names When Put Through AI Tools

Artificial intelligence is making further strides in this day and age and it also creeping its way into football content. But what would happen if you put all of this season’s 20 Premier League teams into an AI copy creator, what would be the results at the end. Can AI …

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Wolves Approach QPR Over Current Managerial Vacancy

Wolves Approach QPR Over Current Managerial Vacancy

Wolves have decided to approach QPR manager Michael Beale The Premier League club have widened the net for Bruno Lage’s replacement, after Julen Lopetegui turned the role down. Although if an appointment cannot be made, interim managers Steve Davis and James Collins could remain in post until the World Cup …

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Odds On Podcast – Episode 35

Odds On Podcast - Episode 35

Odds On Podcast – Episode 35 After we looked at week ten of the Premier League season, it is time to do it all over again. Which means this week, we aim to sniff out the value across a busy three days of Premier League weekend action and even some …

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Nottingham Forest Sack Two Recruitment Staff

Nottingham Forest Sack Two Recruitment Staff

Nottingham Forest have sacked two of the staff that were vigorously engaged in the summer recruitment of 22 players Head of recruitment George Syrianos and Andy Scott, the head scout, have both left the City Ground. Their exit follow Filippo Giraldi’s appointment – yet it is perceived that owner Evangelos …

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EFL Willing To Consider Scrapping Saturday TV Blackout

EFL Willing To Consider Scrapping Saturday TV Blackout

The English Football Association will consider rejecting the Saturday 3pm blackout as a feature of their new television deal from 2024. The present £595m five-year contranct manage Sky Sports caused uproar when it was signed in 2018, with some Championship outfits claiming the value was not maximised. Nonetheless, there is …

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Odds On Podcast – Episode 34

Odds On Podcast - Episode 34

Odds On Podcast – Episode 34 After we looked at week nine of the Premier League season, it is time to do it all over again. Which means this week, we aim to sniff out the value across a busy three days of Premier League action. This week’s our hottest …

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Ukraine Joins Spain And Portugal 2030 World Cup Bid

Ukraine Joins Spain And Portugal 2030 World Cup Bid

Ukraine has joined Spain and Portugal’s bid to host the 2030 Fifa World Cup. Delegates of the Spanish, Portuguese and Ukrainian federations confirmed this arrangement on Wednesday. Ukraine was attacked by Russia in February and the conflict has gone on from that point forward with many soldiers and regular people …

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Odds On Podcast – Episode 33

Odds On Podcast - Episode 33

Odds On Podcast – Episode 33 After we looked at week eight of the Premier League season, it is time to do it all over again. Which means this week, we aim to sniff out the value across a busy three days of Premier League action. This week’s our hottest …

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Messi Makes It 100 International Wins

Messi Makes It 100 International Wins

Lionel Messi denoted his 100th worldwide win with two goals as Argentina serenely beat Jamaica in a friendly on Tuesday. The win also stretched out Argentina’s unbeaten streak to 35 matches, which is two behind Italy’s current record of 37. Manchester City striker Julian Alvarez put Lionel Scaloni’s side in …

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