It’s just amazing to read about the greed of people involved in Professional Football with this latest alleged scandal surrounding England manager Sam Allardyce. It is said he used his new position to negotiate a deal worth £400,000 with business men and advised them on how to get around F.A. rules on transfers.
This was I believe a set up as it was filmed by the Daily Telegraph however when Big Sam has just landed a £3 million a year job as national manager why oh why does he need to get into murky waters with reporters posing as shady business men?
It’s bad enough with most players having no brains and now it appears some managers are no better.
Its been a cracking week on the tipping front for my Betting Opportunity service when we landed Spark Plug at 14/1 and Vintage Vinnie 5/1 over the jumps at Market Rasen.
This gave us a 90/1 winning double however it got even better on Sunday when we tipped up Jacks Revenge romping home at an advised 25/1. One thing that stands out about this service is that most bets are 2 points or less and the return on investment is over 150%.
As you are aware Spark Plug was another winner for Howies Hottie when dotting up in last Saturdays Cambridgeshire and regulars will remember I tipped up Grumetti at 50/1 in last years Cesarawitch and hopefully we will have a stab at the big staying handicap in a couple of weeks time.
Anyway for Howies Hottie today I’m going to play in the 3.55 Salisbury a 10 furlong contest which has attracted some decent individuals. The selection is Richard Hannon’s Windshear who seemed to show a lot more enthusiasm last time and will appreciate softish ground. Actually the softer the better as it would bring his stamina into play as ideally he might prefer an extra two furlongs.
Kiwi Bay trainer M.Dodds – An old timer who can still go a bit and is on a winning rating.
Perennial trainer P.Kirby – He has also been around for ever and is now on a basement mark.
Champagne Rules trainer Sharon Watts – He has been beaten miles in recent races however his rating could not be much lower and sooner or later he will pop up at a massive price.
Red Label trainer L.Cumani – Juvenile who placed on his debut looking like a likely improver.
Vintage Vinnie trainer Rebecca Curtis – As documented above a lovely winner for us last Saturday and this cracking horse can win again however bare in mind he hates soft ground.
Back next Wednesday be lucky.