Saturday, January 12, 2019

HOW CAN YOU MAKE MONEY THROUGH ONLINE SPORTS PREDICTIONS?


The primary purpose that Internet was created is to ensure that the people would be able to communicate with each other in real time. As the speeds started to increase and a whole lot of other niche came to the Internet, the one thing that you realize is that there is no stopping this revolution. This is the reason why more and more people have started making use of online gambling websites just so that they would be able to further their gambling needs. The more you know about these gambling features, the more you realize that there is at least a single website dedicated to sports gambling in any part of the world.


The best thing about the online gambling websites is that it is completely secure, and will be able to give you your winnings directly to your bank account. There is no need for you to physically be present, or even pay a lot of taxes to the government. All you need to do on topsoccerpicks.com is to register in the website, put your football prediction up in the website and see if it gives you any kind of money. However, as with any kind of gambling, you have got to be pretty intelligent and place your bets after only getting thorough information about all aspects of the game.

This is the reason why more and more people have invested a lot of amount on creating the perfect gambling website that not only keeps the people entertained, but also ensures that they would be able to understand every functionality plaguing the gambling population. So, if you are one of those people that would like to simply gamble their money through proper online gambling websites, now is the time for you to do so.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Takeaways: MLS season slipping away from Montreal Impact

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Takeaways: MLS season slipping away from Montreal Impact
Takeaways: MLS season slipping away from Montreal Impact
• Los Angeles Galaxy 1 (Kamara 75’), Montreal Impact 0 GAME RECAP IN A SENTENCE

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was sent off late in the first half, but the Galaxy managed to spoil the Impact’s 25th anniversary festivities with a win over a hapless Montreal side on a sunny afternoon at Stade Saputo.

MAIN TALKING POINTS

1. Season slowly slipping away from Montreal
Monday marked the 25th anniversary – to the exact date – of the first home game in Montreal Impact franchise history. What a shame that the Impact put in another dire and uninspiring effort before a sellout home crowd.

Monday’s result marked the Impact’s third straight loss, and seventh in their last eight matches. Montreal sits second last in the Eastern Conference with a 3-9-0 record and have conceded a league-high 27 goals this campaign.

Just as worrisome for the Quebec club is how the goals have dried up. The Impact’s three straight losses have all been shutouts, and they’ve gone 292 minutes without a single goal.

It’s still only May, and there are 24 games remaining on the schedule, so it’s way too early to write off Montreal’s playoff chances. Still, the Impact are every bit as bad as their anaemic record suggests, and there’s been very little that I’ve seen during this year that indicates they are underperforming or even capable of offering anything more.

No doubt, the Impact have been decimated by injuries on the defensive end. That has hurt them, as players have been asked to play out of position.

But aside from Ignacio Piatti, this team doesn’t appear to have any other dangerous attacking threats. Canadian forward Anthony Jackson-Hamel is coming off a decent 2017 but, for some reason, manager Remi Garde has sparingly used him this season.

Slowly but surely, the MLS season is slipping away from Montreal. Unless Garde can quickly light a fire under this team, especially on the attacking end, they’re going to slip even further down the table and out of the playoff race altogether.

2. Ibrahimovic sees red
MLS caught its first glimpse of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s infamous temper on Monday.

Ibrahimovic was sent off in the 41st minute for violent conduct after slapping Montreal defender Michael Petrasso in the back of the head. Petrasso stepped on Ibrahimovic’s foot as he had his back to the Swede, but there wasn’t much in it. That didn’t stop the LA Galaxy from reacting, or in this case, overreacting.

The incident escaped the attention of referee Ismail Elfath, as it happened off the ball and behind the play. Once alerted about what happened by the video assistant referee (VAR), Elfath went to the sidelines to watch a replay. He barely took any time in issuing a yellow to Petrasso and a red card to Ibrahimovic.

VAR has come under heavy criticism in MLS the season, from frustrated fans, coaches and players who aren’t quite sure what can be reviewed, and over apparent inconsistencies in its application.

In this case, though, the system worked flawlessly. The game was only interrupted for less than a minute, and Ibrahimovic deservedly saw red.

KEY MOMENT

75’ GOAL! Los Angeles 1, Montreal 0: LA broke the deadlock on the counter when Emmanuel Boateng flicked on a header into the path for teammate Ola Kamara. The Norwegian did well to beat Impact defender Marco Donadel to the ball, and then slip in between the recovering Donadel and defensive partner Jukka Raitala before slipping a shot through the legs of goalkeeper Evan Bush for his fifth goal of the MLS season.

BURNING QUESTION


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INTERESTING STAT

Montreal has gone 32 consecutive MLS games without a draw, a stretch that dates back to June 17, 2017 when they battled to a 3-3 draw away to Orlando City.

MAN OF THE MATCH

Ola Kamara, Los Angeles: Aside from scoring the winner, the Norwegian recorded two shots on target and had an overall effective game in causing problems for Montreal’s back line.

Monday, May 21, 2018

World Cup Injuries

News – World Soccer
World Cup Injuries

This is our World Cup Injuries page where we will update you with all the injuries to players likely to be involved in Russia.

World Cup InjuriesNeymar is just one player who is injured and might miss the World Cup. Read more here This is our World Cup Injuries page where we will update you with all the injuries to players likely to be involved in Russia.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Cowboys WR Terrance Williams arrested for public intoxication

Football Rss
Cowboys WR Terrance Williams arrested for public intoxication
Terrance Williams has been arrested on a charge of public intoxication after police responded to an accident.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

West Ham to approach Benitez - Thursday's gossip

BBC Sport - Football
West Ham to approach Benitez - Thursday's gossip
West Ham to approach Benitez - Thursday's gossip
West Ham to approach Rafael Benitez, Man Utd close to Alex Sandro deal, Wolves want Andre Silva, plus more transfer gossip.

HOW CAN YOU MAKE MONEY THROUGH ONLINE SPORTS PREDICTIONS?

The primary purpose that Internet was created is to ensure that the people would be able to communicate with each other in real time. As th...