BetVictor have cut young English club managers Eddie Howe (12s from 20s) Alan Pardew (12s from 20s) and introduced Gary Monk (14/1) into the betting for the next permanent England manager after the opening weeks of the Premier League season. Spokesperson Charlie McCann:â€ť We donâ€™t think the FA will persevere with Roy Hodgson after France 2016 but the opening fortnight of the PL season has shown that there is ...Read more ›
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Republic of Ireland womenâ€™s international Stephanie Roche is the 2/1 second favourite to win the Puskas Award at tonightâ€™s FIFA Ballon d'Or gala. Roche is competing with World Cup goals from Robin van Persie and James Rodriguez for the accolade, which goes to the scorer of the best goal in a year of world football. Roche's spectacular effort for Peamount United against Wexford Youths Women came on October 1 ...Read more ›
Ronald Koeman is 5/1 with BetVictor to be the next Barcelona manager but insists his focus remains on Southampton. Life at the Nou Camp is rocky at the moment, with president Josep Maria Bartomeu announcing on Thursday that elections would be held early in a bid to lift the negative "tension" around the club. The term crisis is being bandied around and the Spanish press are reporting rising tensions between ...Read more ›
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho praised the performance of playmaker Eden Hazard after a 2-0 win at Stoke ensured top spot in the Premier League over Christmas. The Belgium international set up Cesc Fabregas for the crucial second goal 12 minutes from time after John Terryâ€™s early header at the Britannia Stadium. Hazard has been in scintillating form this season and is 5/1 with BetVictor to be named the PFA Play ...Read more ›
Thierry Henry has decided to leave New York Red Bulls at the end of his contract, the former Arsenal and Barcelona forward confirmed on Monday, with French side Monaco 4/1 favourites with BetVictor to be his next destination. Henry, 37, joined the Major League Soccer club in 2010 following a successful playing career in Europe, where he was an integral part of Arsenal's 'Invincibles' side and won the 2009 C ...Read more ›