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Are West Ham on course for a record-breaking season?

Few people would have guessed that West Ham United would enter the spring stretch of the season looking at a top-four finish. But the Hammers have been playing with style and it’s little surprise to find that many are predicting that David Moyes’ team could be playing European football next season. As it stands, West Ham are in sixth place in the Premier League table. There’s a still long way to go with over one-third of the league’s games to…
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The biggest moments in history for sports betting & football

Betting and football have always gone hand-in-hand. From the dawn of betting shops, when punters would drop in to bookmakers ahead of 3pm to place their bets on the football, to now, when it couldn’t be any bigger. Betting apps have completely transformed the way we make bets on football, with apps now also integrating casino and creating a real user journey for fans. Today, you’re as likely to find a site offering real money pokies sponsoring a football team…
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Over land and sea: West Ham embracing new foreign fans

The worldwide popularity of the Premier League has changed the way clubs now interact with their fanbases. It was once the case that football fans would support teams based on where they were born or who their family followed, but things are different in the modern era. Premier League clubs now have fans across the world and they are increasingly forging improved links with them. Many home-based fans argue that foreign supporters are not ‘real fans’, but Betway’s latest documentary…
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Can West Ham’s players save Slaven Bilic?

Leicester sprang a mild surprise this week when they made Craig Shakespeare the second managerial casualty of the season. After another game in which the 2016 champions failed to win - rescuing a point against West Brom only in the last ten minutes - the club’s owners invited Shakespeare to clear his desk; the only consolation being that his eight-match stint as permanent boss was barely long enough to clutter it very much. After this week’s events in the East…
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This Season’s Premier League Shocks So Far

Despite being the most-watched football league in the world (and the self-proclaimed most exciting), there hasn’t been a lot of parity in the Premier League since its formation in 1992. However, the tide seems to be shifting as no longer is simply splashing the most cash for superstars enough to win a title. While it’s too early to tell if this year is an anomaly or not, what is certain is that this season has had more shocks and surprises…
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