Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Oshoala Pledges To Award Scholarship To MVP Lagos School Girls Football Clinic

Super Falcons forward, Asisat Oshoala has promised to award scholarship to the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the maiden edition of the Lagos Secondary School Girls Football Clinic sponsored by her,
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The clinic will hold from November 13th to 17th in Lagos.
Oshoala told Completesportsnigeria.com in Lagos that the five day clinic will help empower the girl child in the society and develop the game of Women’s Football in Lagos, Nigeria.
“I will be taking the MVP at the clinic to either the United Kingdom or China to study and also play football,”
“This project is my little way of giving back to the society and also part of my foundation programme to develop Women’s football in Lagos, Nigeria.
“When you educate a girl, you have educated a nation. In a way, you kick prostitution out of Lagos, kick out early pregnancy on the side of girls, and they can play football and still go to school.”
Oshoala also appealed for support from Lagos State government in her quest to run the project smoothly..
Oshoala’s five day education and football clinic is endosed by the Lagos State Sports Commission, the Lagos state Football Association and also supported by the office of the First Lady of Lagos State, Mrs Bolanle Ambode.
Also,three Super Eagles stars Vincent Enyeama, Obafemi Martins and Odion Ighalo have confirmed their participation at the maiden edition of the Asisat Oshoala Lagos Secondary School Girls Football clinic.Related image

Premier League Table

PosTeamPWDLPts
1Man City871022
2Man Utd862020
3Spurs852117
4Watford843115
5Chelsea841313
6Arsenal841313
7Burnley834113
8Liverpool834113
9N'castle832311
10WBA824210
11S'hampton82339
12H'field82339
13Swansea82248
14Brighton82248
15West Ham82248
16Everton82248
17Stoke82248
18Leicester81346
19B'mouth81164
20C. Palace81073

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

CAF President Ahmad: Super Eagles Africa’s Strongest Team To Russia 2018

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By Johnny Edward: The Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Ahmad Ahmad believes that the Super Eagles of Nigeria are the strongest team to have qualified from Africa for the Russia 2018 World Cup,
The Super Eagles and Egypt are the two African teams to have secured qualification for next year’s World Cup in Russia with a game in the qualifiers left to play.
“No doubt, Nigeria is the strongest African team going to Russia and we expect so much from the Super Eagles,” Ahmad said during a meeting of Congress of Nigerian Football, which also had in attendance Members of the NFF Executive Committee at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos.
“Amaju (Pinnick) has been spot-on in at least two major decisions this year: to support the change at CAF and to get the Nigerian fraternity to work assiduously towards Nigeria’s qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.”
Ahmad also reiterated that unity in the Nigeria Football Federation is the secret behind Nigeria’s upward surge in both the boardroom and the pitch in global football.
“If you (the Executive Committee and Congress) did not support Amaju (Pinnick) in his decision to support the Change Team before the CAF elections, we would not be here today,” Ahmad added.
“Your support underscores the unity of Nigerian football fraternity, and this is refreshing considering what we have in some other countries.
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“Amaju has been spot-on in at least two major decisions this year: to support the change at CAF and to get the Nigerian fraternity to work assiduously towards Nigeria’s qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.”
Ahmad, who is from Madagascar, also advised the Congress to continue to give backing to the vision and mission of the Pinnick-led NFF, insisting that CAF has the highest regards for Nigeria.
“We are here not only to watch the finale of the AITEO Cup, but also to hold the CAF Emergency Committee meeting. Nigeria is a very important country in African football, and will remain so for a long time with the unity and cohesion that I see here.”

Monday, October 16, 2017

Governor Wike meets Real Madrid super stars Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos in Rivers

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The statement read: “The governor met with officials of the club, Football Megastar, Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos where further modalities were discussed. Read Image result for Governor Wike meets Real Madrid super stars Ronaldo, (photos)
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has met with Real Madrid stars Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos in the state - He said the meeting was used to discuss modalities on the Real Madrid new football academy in the state Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state on Monday, October 16 met two Real Madrid stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and the club’s captain, Sergio Ramos as part of the process of the setting up of Real Madrid Academy in the state. NAIJ.com gathered that a statement signed by Simeon Nwakaudu, Wike’s special assistant on electronic media revealed that the governor toured training facilities of Real Madrid football club in the state.Image result for Governor Wike meets Real Madrid super stars Ronaldo, (photos)
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has met with Real Madrid stars Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos in the state - He said the meeting was used to discuss modalities on the Real Madrid new football academy in the state Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state on Monday, October 16 met two Real Madrid stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and the club’s captain, Sergio Ramos as part of the process of the setting up of Real Madrid Academy in the state. NAIJ.com gathered that a statement signed by Simeon Nwakaudu, Wike’s special assistant on electronic media revealed that the governor toured training facilities of Real Madrid football club in the state. Read more: https://www.naij.com/1130612-governor-wike-meets-real-madrid-super-stars-ronaldo-sergio-ramos-rivers-phot.html?utm_source=mailfire&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking#1130612
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has met with Real Madrid stars Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos in the state - He said the meeting was used to discuss modalities on the Real Madrid new football academy in the state Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state on Monday, October 16 met two Real Madrid stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and the club’s captain, Sergio Ramos as part of the process of the setting up of Real Madrid Academy in the state. NAIJ.com gathered that a statement signed by Simeon Nwakaudu, Wike’s special assistant on electronic media revealed that the governor toured training facilities of Real Madrid football club in the state. Read more: https://www.naij.com/1130612-governor-wike-meets-real-madrid-super-stars-ronaldo-sergio-ramos-rivers-phot.html?utm_source=mailfire&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking#1130612

Top 10 Tips on How to Get Rich with Betting



1. What is your Perception of being Rich?

What is your acceptable level of wealth before you consider yourself rich? Without knowing the answer to this question, you will be unable to set wealth targets or plan for how much money you wish to earn over the time period you have set yourself. Obviously, the answers are different for everyone but the question is relevant to us all.

2. “SMART” Targets

Success with online football betting should be planned for as thoroughly as setting-up a business. It requires a well-thought out and methodical approach. There is no get-rich-quick scheme or system and commitment to your chosen strategy must be applied long-term. Targets have to be ‘SMART’: Specific; Measurable; Achievable; Realistic; Timed.

3. Identify your Target Leagues and do your Homework

At Soccerwidow, we only analyse and bet on league games with plenty of historical statistics as cup matches tend to be one-off events, are more volatile, and include too many upsets or giant-killing episodes.
Which leagues do you want to research? Do your homework; is there liquidity with the bookmakers or betting exchanges for your chosen markets to allow the size of bets you wish to make?
For great liquidity and comprehensive coverage of worldwide football leagues, one outstanding example is Betfred bookmakers. They also offer periodical free bets to reward your custom with them.

4. Understand the Different types of Bets

Absolute clarity and a firm grasp of the differences between back and lay bets is needed. This is especially the case when trading or hedging for a profit with little or no intended risk of loss involved.

5. Excel Spreadsheet Competence

A strong knowledge of Excel spreadsheets is also needed to save time calculating formulas, staking plans, net winnings, effects of betting exchange commissions (i.e. their slice of your winnings), and also to record your results for full control and continued focus on how well the ‘business’ is performing.
How do you get rich with a business? You become rich by constantly monitoring and evaluating performance, fine-tuning trading areas that require improvement, and cutting away the loss-making areas. What is going right; what is going wrong? Without a spreadsheet or copious written records, you will have no idea and the question, “how do you get rich?” will have had no chance of a solution from the outset.

6. Enough Knowledge to Recognise a ‘Value’ Bet

Absolute knowledge of what a ‘value’ bet is and how to calculate value bets using statistics is paramount in order to add the ‘edge’ that you will need in order to compete with the bookmakers on level ground. It is a myth that people ever become rich gambling on gut-feeling alone. The Soccerwidow course teaching you about statistics and value bets is a good starting point.

7. Staking Plans

These are an essential element of any successful betting strategy. Without a staking plan, your betting will be directionless, unreliable, and unrewarding. The staking plan will also help minimise losses and keep your betting bank trading for as long as possible (with a stop-loss mechanism in place), seeing out the losing streaks you will undoubtedly have to endure.
Equally important is the ratchet mechanism, to increase staking levels when you have achieved desired betting bank targets. Ratcheting stakes down again (i.e. stop-loss) is required if the bank drops back to previous target levels.
Ratcheting your stakes in this way will ensure you achieve the most reward for your money when things are going well, but retain full control when you hit troughs of losses. “How do you get rich” will be a roller-coaster ride, full of highs and lows.

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3. Start-up Capital and Money Management

Like a business, money is needed to bankroll the venture and we suggest a starting betting bank of no less than 1,000 currency units if you are serious. You will need to open accounts with at least one of the major betting exchanges, Betfair or Betdaq, in order to place ‘lay’ bets, and perhaps up to 20 bookmakers (or more) to achieve the best possible price when placing ‘back’ bets.
You can easily convert many bookmaker bonuses (free bets) into cash without risk using matched betting techniques to boost the size of your war chest, and this is where we would recommend you begin.
Ultimately, a wide range of bookmaker accounts is also needed to dilute and spread your success. You will need to consciously minimise the risks of account closure for being too successful with some bookmakers. Perhaps withdraw winnings via matched betting into your betting exchange account rather than withdrawing directly from the bookmakers.

8. Be Disciplined, Unemotional, and Patient

If you are gambling because you are desperate to earn money then you are doing it for the wrong reasons. You are already too emotionally attached to the task ahead.
If you enjoy the buzz and have decided to adopt a business-like approach to securing a regular income then you have a chance of succeeding.
Image result for how to make money online football bettingStart by stop asking “how do you get rich?”. There is an established theory that if you put 10,000 hours of time into a project and really apply yourself to it, then success will invariably follow.
Keep financial records, just in case the taxman needs answers as to how you became rich! (We are being serious here!).

10. Never Gamble Tired or Drunk and Never Chase Losses

A fool and his money are easily parted. Casinos ply customers with free alcohol because they know it is a surefire way of unhinging your discipline and sense of reality.
“Never gamble more than you can afford to lose” is a mantra you will see repeated many times over in this blog.

Benfica v Manchester United (Wednesday, 7.45pm) and Chelsea v Roma (Wednesday, 7.45pm) and Bayern Munich v Celtic (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

This is another Jose Mourinho job. Go to an old rival and frustrate them. These are the sort of games he relishes, neutralising the opposition and leaving with a narrow result.
Benfica are not the force they once were either. When I used to watch Benfica they were always an attack-minded team and strong at home, but they don't have the same intrigue and excitement.
Romelu Lukaku led Man Utd to a 4-1 win at CSKA Moscow
Romelu Lukaku led Man Utd to a 4-1 win at CSKA Moscow
Even two or three years ago they had four or five names which would jump out at you, but I see this being quite a scrappy affair between two sides unwilling to give much away.
Mourinho will make three or four changes, bring back Marcus Rashford and Juan Mata to help them get a result which will put them on the brink of qualifying.
Charlie predicts: 1-2 and Rashford to score first (28/1 with Sky Bet)

Chelsea v Roma (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

I think this is a really tough one for Chelsea. Roma are two points behind them in the group so it is also a dangerous situation in terms of winning the group, while Edin Dzeko is always a handful.
I covered Chelsea on Soccer Saturday and I wasn't impressed with them defensively. David Luiz was poor, Gary Cahill was all over the place and they just couldn't get hold of Wilfried Zaha.
Michy Batshuayi struck a late winner at Atletico Madrid
Michy Batshuayi struck a late winner at Atletico Madrid
Eden Hazard barely had a touch. I just look at him and he doesn't look in shape to produce those slalom runs. He was top-notch last season but I was watching him closely and that burst of pace wasn't there.
I understand it takes some players longer than others after injuries and when that sharpness comes back he'll be flying again, but for this game Antonio Conte has issues.
Victor Moses went off at the weekend, N'Golo Kante is out, Danny Drinkwater is out, Willian was really poor on Saturday and I don't know if Alvaro Morata will make it, so I'm going for a draw.
Charlie predicts: 1-1 and Dzeko to score first (30/1 with Sky Bet)

Bayern Munich v Celtic (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

Well this is my game on Soccer Special and not one I'm hopeful about given their only recent decent display in the league was against Rangers, while their performance wasn't actually that good against Anderlecht.
Craig Gordon came out and said 'we're ready to challenge Bayern Munich' and I just thought 'keep quiet'. He should hope the Bayern players haven't heard that because the likes of Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller don't need any more motivation.
Celtic recorded a 3-0 victory at Anderlecht
Celtic recorded a 3-0 victory at Anderlecht
Jupp Heynckes has returned and will be saying 'let's put these to the sword and take second place out of doubt ahead of the trip to Glasgow'.
Celtic can't change their style and the team has never recovered from their loss to PSG, when they passed the ball as badly as I've seen them.
They also have defensive fitness concerns and they'll try to sit in with their backs to the wall in what will inevitably be a damage-limitation exercise.
Charlie predicts: 2-0 Lewandowski to score first (13/1 with Sky Bet)

Real Madrid v Tottenham (Tuesday, 7.45pm) and Manchester City v Napoli (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Here's what he's predicting for the six clashes involving British sides...

Real Madrid v Tottenham (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Watching Spurs is never high on my agenda but I have to admit I'm looking forward to this. It's a cracking game and a great test for Mauricio Pochettino and his team.
I liked the way they played against Dortmund but they now come up against a side who represent everything great about this competition.

Harry Kane has already scored five Champions League goals
Harry Kane has already scored five Champions League goals
People may know what I think about Sergio Ramos and the problems he causes for his team. He will be in for a real test in facing Harry Kane and I could see him being wound up into a red card.
If there's a club which would suit Kane then it is Real as he's an upgrade for Karim Benzema, and I think him and Cristiano Ronaldo both to find the net is nailed on.
Marco Asensio is the next superstar and I see him replacing Gareth Bale on the right flank, while Eric Dier will have a tough job in picking up Isco.
I can't believe I'm saying it, but I'm going for Tottenham to get a result here.
Charlie predicts: 2-2 and Ronaldo to score first (35/1 with Sky Bet)

Manchester City v Napoli (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Merse was drooling over Man City on Saturday and watching it back, with their interplay, they just have a Barcelona feel about them now.
Yes that leaves you vulnerable at the back but Stoke's two goals came and went without a blink of the eye as they struck back in the most emphatic manner.

Manchester City scored another seven goals at the weekend
Manchester City scored another seven goals at the weekend
Kevin De Bruyne is absolutely incredible at the moment and he's linking together with David Silva brilliantly, but Napoli are a strong outfit and will provide a real test for Pep Guardiola's side.
If they can win this then I would say this all but puts them through. I've said from the start this City team will score bundles of goals this season and I can see it continuing here.
Charlie predicts: 4-2 and Gabriel Jesus to score first (66/1 with Sky Bet)

Maribor v Liverpool (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

I have to say when I was looking at this that I felt there was a big opportunity for a bet on Maribor at 20/1.
I don't think they have changed much in their approach of sitting in and playing on the counter-attack, which they did against Celtic a couple of years ago. We know that's where Liverpool have issues.

Jurgen Klopp has cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines
Jurgen Klopp has cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines
There's agitation and annoyance in Liverpool, not just with Jurgen Klopp, who must be sick to death of saying 'we were the better team again'.
I think this will be another tough night for Liverpool. I think it could even be a late goal for them to get the win, with captain Jordan Henderson coming to the rescue with an overdue goal.
Charlie predicts: 0-1 and Henderson to score first (80/1 with Sky Bet)

Charlie Nicholas' Champions League predictions: Tottenham to trouble Real Madrid

Charlie Nicholas previews the latest Champions League action
Charlie Nicholas provides us with his Champions League predictions, tipping Tottenham to get a result at Real Madrid.
The Gunners legend is also expecting Manchester City to produce a big performance in their key clash with Napoli, while backing rank outsiders Maribor to trouble Liverpool.
His other former side Celtic face a tough test when they head to Bayern Munich on Wednesday, while Charlie expects tight encounters when Manchester United and Chelsea face Benfica and Roma respectively.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Why Chinese clubs are breaking transfer records – and why players are wise to go

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The world started to pay serious attention to the Chinese Super League during last January’s transfer window. Chinese clubs spent huge amounts of money as they tried to lure world-class footballers to the country, with the most notable spending coming from Guangzhou Evergrande, who signed Jackson Martínez from Atlético Madrid for £32m, and Jiangsu Suning, who paid Chelsea £20m for Ramires. The deals hit the headlines across the globe, and Shanghai SIPG’s £52m acquisition of Oscar from Chelsea and Carlos Tevez’s £71m move to Shanghai Shenhua, suggest the big spending will continue this year.
Although many people, including Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, claim that Chinese wealth is a danger to clubs around the world, the large figures are partially caused by market imperfections that have arisen due to the rule that Chinese clubs must limit the number of international players in their squads. This, coupled with the lack of world-class Chinese players, drives up the price of the best homegrown players; for instance Zhang Lu, a 29-year-old goalkeeper with just two caps for China, moved clubs for £8m last year. The high cost of top Chinese talent means it makes economic sense for clubs to spend large sums on top foreign players such as Oscar and Tevez. Indeed, given the inflated prices of Chinese players, Oscar’s price tag may be closer to his real value.
The Chinese government’s ambition to become a footballing superpower is another reason why clubs are so keen to splash the cash. The companies who own the 16 clubs in the Chinese Super League see investment as a way to gain favour with the government. Although China’s plan to become the world’s best footballing nation has many flaws, it is attracting a large number of fans to the game and, while the country may not produce the “Chinese Messi” the government wants, the large-scale investment in academies will improve the base level of Chinese football in the future, as well as the nation’s interest in the game.
The chance to make lucrative connections with the government, along with the restricted Chinese transfer market explain why clubs are willing to pursue foreign superstars. However, many people outside of Asia, especially in the English press, do not understand why top players are willing to move to China in their prime, often still seeing leagues outside of Europe as essentially retirement leagues. These players are deemed greedy and unambitious, descriptions they seldom deserve.
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Footballers may dream of winning the Champions League with a storied European club but, essentially, football is football. Oscar will still be doing his dream job: he is still training through the week and then playing for 90 minutes, albeit on the other side of the world. I doubt there are many people who, if offered four times their current salary to do the same job wouldn’t be tempted to move to China for a few years, especially if their careers are as short and fragile as that of a professional footballer.
As for a lack of ambition, Oscar has the chance to go from benchwarmer at Chelsea to potentially the biggest star on an entire continent. If anything, staying at Chelsea and sitting on the touchlines would be showing a lack of aspiration and adventure.
Critics also claim that moving away from Europe damages a player’s career prospects. The quality of football in China is still a long way behind the top European leagues but moving to the Far East is not quite the career-destroying move many people make it out to be. First of all, there are plenty of players who have moved to a “retirement league” before returning to Europe and continue their careers successfully. People assumed Jermain Defoe would finish his career in Major League Soccer when he moved to Toronto FC in 2014. They thought the lower quality of football across the Atlantic would lead to Defoe losing his edge but his goals effectively kept Sunderland in the Premier League last season and a return to the England squad has been suggested.
Even Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba, whose spells at Shanghai Shenhua were reported in the English media as being disastrous, both returned to the Premier League after playing in China, with Drogba returning to Chelsea and Anelka joining West Brom.
With scouting systems and media now global businesses, it is possible to keep track of players’ careers from the other side of the world, so a move to China doesn’t mean players will drop off the radar. In fact, the influx of expensive imports and big-name managers have given the Chinese Super League more international attention than ever before.
Moving to Asia can put players in the shop window. Hulk, who will play alongside his Brazil team-mate Oscar at Shanghai SIPG, made his big break in Japan, where he played for Kawazaki Frontale, Tokyo Verdy and Consadole Sapporo. He scored 70 goals in 104 appearances in the J League and his goalscoring attracted the interest of FC Porto, where his impressive form led to a call-up for Brazil.
Edu had a reasonably prolific spell for German club Vfl Bochum towards the start of his career, but when he moved from Mainz 05 to South Korean side Suwon Bluewings in 2007, it may have looked like his time in Europe was over. However, after a successful spell at Suwon – where he helped them become Korean champions – he returned to Germany and ended up playing for Schalke 04 in the Champions League, scoring twice against Inter in the quarter-finals and playing against Manchester United in the semi-finals. He is now back in South Korea with Jeonbuk Motors, the current Asian champions.
Often players move from Brazil to Asia not due to footballing ambition (or greed for that matter; wages in Korea and Japan are similar to what a player would earn back in Brazil and are far lower than what players earn in the Premier League) but because of third-party ownership agreements, or deals with players’ agents. However, if players perform well in Asia, they will attract interest from other parts of the world.
Playing outside of Europe might dent English players’ chances of representing their national team – although David Beckham did earn international caps while at LA Galaxy, even before his loan spells in Italy – but Brazil are perfectly willing to call up their stars who play in China. Paulinho, who swapped Tottenham Hotspur for Guangzhou Evergrande in 2015, and Renato Augusto, who moved to Beijing Guoan last year, both played in Brazil’s 2-0 win over Peru in November.
Asian football still has a long way to go before it can match Europe’s top leagues for quality – the rule limiting foreigners prevents the leagues from just buying their way to the top – but standards are steadily improving every year. Asia’s leagues are slowly becoming more attractive for sponsors, viewing figures are slowly increasing and scouting networks are becoming truly international. China may not become the footballing superpower that its government craves, but Asian countries are not a graveyard for footballers’ careers.

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The 10 best football matches on TV this weekend


Weekend football on TV
Kostas Mitroglou
Benfica vs Porto
Friday night
BT Sport Europe, 20.30 kick off

What better way to start your weekend than by watching two of Portugal's biggest clubs duke it out on a Friday night, for no real reason? In 42 games between them Benfica and Porto have lost a grand total of six games, yet both trail Sporting at the top of the table. A win for the home side puts them top...Until Sporting dismiss Nacional on Saturday night.


 Inter vs AC Milan viewing info

Inter vs AC Milan: Both sides battling for vital three points in highly-charged Milan Derby

 

 Man City sets EPL record after beating Stoke

Manchester City sets Premier League record with 7-2 win vs Stoke

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