Grab Your Football Tips Worth £94.98 By Midnight Saturday

There are just 14 hours (and counting) to secure trial memberships with 3 top-rated football tipping services before our deadline expires at Midnight this Saturday.

Simply sign-up for a new Smart Betting Club membership today and you can enjoy 2 free trials (for 30 and 60 days respectively) with 2 proven football tipster experts…plus the ability to follow a top live football betting tipster for just £1 a day this weekend.

The 2 free trial memberships alone would usually cost £94.98 combined, yet in this special deal for new SBC members, you can get them for free!

The instant you sign-up as a Smart Betting Club member, we will send you details on how to claim your trials. This offer expires midnight tonight so be quick!

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Kevin Pullein: Raining Lies, Damn Lies And Statistics

We have a special guest blog piece to share with you today from expert Scottish football tipster and scout – Greg Gordon, discussing the findings of a recent article by The Racing Post’s football guru – Kevin Pullein.

Greg has a proven record of making money from betting on Scottish Football dating back several seasons and is a renowned expert on the subject.  

Its Raining Lies Damn Lies And Statistics

One of my members has just sent me a copy of a Racing Post article by the Post’s ‘esteemed’ number-crunching columnist Kevin Pullein on the relationship between rain and goals in games.

Click the image below to view the original article in full.

Kevin Pullein Racing Post Rain Article

Sadly, like a lot of Mr Pullein’s grand generalisations it is likely to send many punters down the wrong track even though on closer inspection this rain analysis, if you’ll pardon the pun, really doesn’t hold much water.

Rather, I think this is a situation whereby Kevin Pullein, with lots of column inches to fill each week, has fallen in love with his findings and become determined to find a conclusion, whether a conclusion can be found or not. And that is always dangerous territory for betting judgements.

Through my work as a scout, I am only too well aware that in a football sense, wind is always a far greater impediment to goals than rain is. Continue reading

Exclusive Tipster Offer – Two Free Trials & One £2 Deal

Here at the Smart Betting Club, not only do we review and report back upon all the best tipsters, but we also regularly negotiate special trials and money saving deals with them on your behalf.

And to celebrate the release of our new season Football Tipster Guide, we have wangled 3 amazing deals with 3 of our highest-rated football tipsters (including 2 free trials) that you really won’t want to miss out on!

They include…

  • A free month’s membership to the Scottish Football Bets tipster service run by top North of the Border expert – Greg Gordon;
  • 2 Free months membership to the Football Elite tipster service from renowned betting expert Matt Love;
  • Access to the fantastic live-betting tipster service from ex-pro footballer Goran Trpevski for only £2 this weekend (24/25 August).

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Exclusive Tipster Offer – Two Free Trials & One £2 Deal

Here at the Smart Betting Club, not only do we review and report back upon all the best tipsters, but we also regularly negotiate special trials and money saving deals with them on your behalf.

And to celebrate the release of our new season Football Tipster Guide, we have wangled 3 amazing deals with 3 of our highest-rated football tipsters (including 2 free trials) that you really won’t want to miss out on!

They include…

  • A free month’s membership to the Scottish Football Bets tipster service run by top North of the Border expert – Greg Gordon;
  • 2 Free months membership to the Football Elite tipster service from renowned betting expert Matt Love;
  • Access to the fantastic live-betting tipster service from ex-pro footballer Goran Trpevski for only £2 this weekend (24/25 August).

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Festive Footy Betting Strategies To Tackle

The festive football calendar is a tough slog for British teams with the packed fixture list offering a season within a season. It can make or break a campaign for the best and worst teams in the league.

This period can also bring a bumper crop of betting profits for those in the know. Indeed, many pro punters can make their season’s profits during this busy period as the result of some closely guarded insider knowledge.

To help unearth the secrets of the festive season, football expert and SBC contributor Greg Gordon has been picking the brains of the football analysts from Form Lab Black to reveal some of the best festive betting trends. Continue reading

Football Bulletin Special: The Strange Case of The Rooney Clan And the Red Carded Scouser

In this special article, SBC Editor Greg Gordon unpacks the current betting scandal surrounding the Wayne Rooney Clan and suggests that there are a number of high profile Scousers badly in need of some professional betting advice and perhaps even an SBC membership…

At various times in his career, Motherwell midfielder Steve Jennings will doubtless have been warned about the perils of drawing attention to himself through the company he keeps.

He will surely learn the wisdom of that advice over the next few days as his error of judgement becomes a major international news story, thanks to the involvement of Wayne Rooney’s father and uncle, in what can only be described as one of the most cack-handed betting scams in history. Continue reading

Football Bulletin: A Second Coming For King Kenny or More of The Same on Merseyside?

Kenny Dalglish’s return to Anfield has been heralded in certain quarters as a cross between the Second Coming and The Greatest Show on Earth but can the, all to human, Scot really justify the hype?

Now thanks to our exclusive statistical breakdown of the curent Liverpool squad and their results over the last five seasons, SBC can finally cast some light on the facts and the fictions surrounding King Kenny. As SBC editor Greg Gordon explains, in this exclusive extended report, the numbers certainly suggest that all is not quite what it seems at Anfield… Continue reading

Football Bulletin: The Shocking Stats That Prove Blackburn Are The Least Of Arsenal’s Problems

It is been another sore week for Arsenal thanks to Saturday’s  shattering defeat at Blackburn. Now thanks to our exclusive statistical breakdown of the Arsenal squad of today compared to that of last season, SBC can finally cast some light on where it’s going wrong (and right) for The Gunners. As SBC editor Greg Gordon explains the numbers simply don’t add up for Arsene Wenger…

Let’s spare a thought for Josh Surtees, Sabotage Times’ Arsenal correspondent. A man driven to such distraction by the travails of the club he loves that his biog page shows him pictured resplendent in some unnamed, leafy location wearing nothing bar his beachwear and the rictus smile of a man who has clearly flown too close to the sun.

But are things really so bad in balmy N5 Josh?

At SBC we take our care in the community responsibilities seriously and in order to make Josh feel better, we’ve crunched a few numbers, courtesy of the soccer boffins at Form Lab Black, in order to evaluate Arsene Wenger’s likely side this season. Continue reading

Football Betting: The State of the Nation

In this special blog posting, SBC Editor Greg Gordon, himself a scout and proven football tipster from the Scottish leagues as well as a deep thinker on the sport helps examine the state of the modern game from a betting and tipping perspective.

Where We’ve Been

As Sir Alex Ferguson might say: “Football, bloody hell!” Another season over but after 10 months where the front page coverage dominated the back pages it’s a hard one to weigh up.

Amidst Rooney-gate and ref strikes, mail bombs and super injunctions occasionally some football did actually break out.

Barcelona confirmed their pre-eminence in the world game with a panache no-one else will likely match, for as long as the Catalonians’ retain their focus.

Elsewhere winners appeared to emerge almost by default and it wasn’t just some leading tipsters who endured a season of two distinct halves.

In The Bundesliga virtually every club changed their manager at some stage – contributing nothing to a muddling competition that was as dull in the second half as it had been exhilaratingly car crash before the winter shutdown. After losing The Carling Cup final, Arsenal’s points-per-game total thereafter put them in 14th – below Wigan, Wolves and Blackburn as they ‘earned’ another fourth placed finish from a season that had intermittently promised more.

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