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July 27th, 2012 by Paul Wilson
On Tuesday, FREEBets fans attention will turn to Glorious Goodwood despite the mass coverage given over to London 2012. With a host of Group 1 races for punters to get excited over, it is no wonder the festival is seen as one of the highlights of the British flat racing calendar.
One race that is bound to have us all on tenterhooks is Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes featuring the best miler on the planet – Frankel.
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Unbeaten in eleven races, Frankel is a stick-on with the bookies to defend his 2011 Sussex Stakes crown. He’ll face a maximum of seven rivals with Godolphin’s Farrhh the nearest, and only possible contender worthy of challenging Frankel.
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July 20th, 2012 by Paul Wilson
Its been 38 years since the last time Great Britain entered a football team into the Olympics and that was just in the qualifying section. Politics within the home nations FA’s have stopped any representation since then but with London 2012 it was decided that this year, as host nation, Great Britain would participate for Olympic gold.
Head coach, Stuart Pearce, only picked his squad players from England & Wales, stating that he had chosen ‘the best players available’… No doubt the Scottish and Northern Irish FA’s will be happy with Pearce’s selection… One man who might feel a bit hurt is David Beckam. Pearce decided to choose Ryan Giggs instead!
Great Britain have been drawn in a very interesting Group A, consisting of Senegal, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Uruguay.
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Great Britain get their campaign off against Senegal at Old Trafford on Thurday the 26th, the eve of the Olympics opening ceremony. They then head to Wembley on Sunday the 29th to play UAE. The final Group A game will be contested against Uruguay on Wednesday the 1st of August at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium.
If Great Britain win their group, they’ll likely face Mexico or Switzerland in the quarters. Looking even further into the competition, there is a potential semi-final clash with a very classy looking Brazil side including the likes of Neymar, Hulk and Oscar.
It will be fascinating to see if the country gets behind a Great Britain team in their quest for gold medal success!
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July 11th, 2012 by Paul Wilson
The countdown to the 141st Open Championship has begun in earnest… This year, The Royal Lytham & St Annes in Lancashire will host this famous, old golf competition over four days between the 19th-22nd of July 2012.
Last year’s winner Open Championship winner, Darren Clarke, hasn’t had the best of preparations. His poor performance in the French Open, although he wasn’t the only one who struggled, has seen him fall out of favour with the bookies that Darren Clarke is now offered at a best bet of 150/1 from Bet 365 to repeat his Open Championship success.
Englishman, Luke Donald, the current World Number One will warm up for the Open by contesting in the Scottish Open (12 – 15 July) at Castle Stuart. Donald won the Scottish Open in 2011 and is favourite to repeat this achievement again this year. Despite his #1 world ranking, Donald has yet to win a major, something he’ll be looking to overcome at Lytham and St Anne’s next week.
Rory McIlroy is third favourite in the pre-Open Championship bets list, yet the likeable Northern Irishman failed to even make the cut in the US Open last month. In fact Rory McIlroy’s last success was at the Honda Classic at the very beggining of March. It’s a serious dip in form and I’m not convinced he’ll start playing the type of golf which won him the US Open back in 2011 – especially under the spotlight and pressure which The Open brings.
Of-course, the bookies have reverted to form and made Tiger Woods favourite ahead of a major championship once again. Woods has shown signs of being back to his best, he won the AT&T National at the end of June but then tied in 77th place at the Greenbrier Classic a week later. Frustration is the keyword with Tiger… It would be fantastic if Woods could turn the clock back and emulate his hat-trick of previous Open wins (2006, 2005, 2000) but as each year passes the chances of Woods winning a major again gets wider and wider.
Perhaps one of the best bets for homegrown talent to win the Open Championship this year is Justin Rose! The englishman has been extremely consistent with his form this year, and has made the cut in his last ten tournaments, winning the WGC-Cadillac Championship back in March of this year.
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July 5th, 2012 by Paul Wilson
So, we’ve had the brawl in Munich, the press conference at Upton Park where a wire fence separated the pair and the ongoing saga between the BBBC (British Boxing Board of Control) and the Luxembourg Boxing Federation… Threatening each other with legal proceedings if the fight does/doesn’t go ahead… Yep, it’s controversial with a capital C but what else would you expect from the David Haye v Dereck Chisora bout?
David Haye makes his return since he lost to Wladimir Klitschko last Summer in what was a very dissapointing fight for Haye. He later cited a broken toe as the problem for his poor showing and relinquishing his WBA heavyweight championship title.
After that stinging defeat to Klitschko, David Haye announced to the boxing world he would not renew his boxing licence, but staved off retirement in the chance he could get a crack at the other Klitschko – Vitali!
Instead it all got ugly…
Chisora was giving his post-fight press conference after he’d lost on points to Vitali Klitschko in a WBC Heavyweight title fight in Munich. Haye took exception to words spoken by Chisora’s manager and then before a stunned crowd both Chisora and Haye got involved in something best described as a ‘street brawl’ involving beer bottles and even a camera tripod.
Once the red mist had cleared…
The BBBC were disgusted by both fighters behaviour and removed Chisora’s boxing licence for his behaviour before and after the vitali fight.
But, somewhere out there, the coin dropped and a plan was put in place to have both these un-licenced boxers square off and punt it to the public. West Ham’s ground Upton Park was chosen as the venue and so far around 28,000 tickets have been sold. It is also being aired on digital tv here in the UK by Box Nation plus in Europe and America.
As to the fight itself… No one really can be sure of the outcome here… There is obvious bad blood between the two. Haye is the genuine better boxer but if this becomes unsavoury, and with Chisora’s past record, it could easily descend into something which the authorities are fearful of happening.
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