Making a Guaranteed Sure Bet Profit From Soccer

If we want to find guaranteed profitable sports bets then soccer is a great sports to start with.

Soccer matches are priced up by all the big bookmakers and some nice guaranteed profitable bets are available if you know when and where to look. Sports bookmakers never miss a trick when thinking up new ways to extract your money from you and there are many inventive bets on offer.

Soccer can in many ways be about timing. The earlier the price appears the more likely there will be a sure-bet or arbitrage opportunity (arb).

Bookmakers clearly do a lot of research as soccer has now become a big earner for them. They need to do this as they are only too aware that the serious punters are becoming much shrewder in this market and will exploit any snippets of news that could give them an edge. They advertise heavily in the tabloids.

Whereas in some minor sports there may be only one odds compiler working for the bookmaker soccer is too lucrative for this any many odds compilers will work feverishly setting prices for the big bookmakers. Any European bookmaker worth its salt will offer odds on soccer, its a high revenue turnover sport.

Such is their turnover on the ever increasing soccer betting market that Ladbrokes and other such big bookmakers are willing to take a ‘big’ bet on the outcome of a match. This is clearly great news for the arb maker. This means that the maximum bets they will accept on a bet are a lot higher.

There are many types of soccer bets. Firstly there is the match winner. This is split into 3 results, win, lose or draw. Then there are the first goal scorer and the precise match score. The less obvious bets are half-time, full-time results, total corners, total throw-ins, total numbers of yellow and red cards and so on. In fact anything where odds can be set to will offer a betting opportunity.

So which are the best soccer bets to look for? Firstly forget about predicting the match score, there are too many outcomes. The first goal scorer is a waste of time too. Both these types of bets are heavily advertised but are for mug punters only, the odds consistently being offered are poor, the bookmakers regularly taking over 15% profit on the book. These bets have far too many possible outcomes. We are looking for bets with ideally 2 or 3 possible outcomes.

Other types of bet can throw up the odd arb but the main source of arbs is on the match result over 90 minutes. This is where we should concentrate most of our efforts. Clearly this falls into 3 results, win, lose or draw.

Here is an example:

Team A versus Team B.

Team A Draw Team B

Bet365 3/1

SpotingOdds 9/4

Victor Chandler 11/10

The way to play the soccer market is to open accounts with European bookmakers as the difference in opinion between UK and European bookmakers is a good source of sure bets. They both have strong opinions on this sport. They will price up the sport in their own country and the matches in foreign countries. Anything to make a profit.

Italy, for example is even more soccer crazy than the UK, with newspapers dedicated to the sport. Everyone thinks they know best on this subject and egos get in the way of sensible pricing. This is great news for us. The European bookmakers can be opinionated and where as they may well have greater detailed knowledge of the comings and goings in their own countries they are relying on third parties to collate information on their foreign counterparts.

One good starting point is in midweek games between teams of different nationalities. There is a tendency in punters to get patriotic when it comes to events where the opposition are ‘foreign’. The chances of the home team get talked up and the odds could get skewed in their favour as the weight of money is overly wagered in their direction.

Having said that the big bookmakers offer an early price, they will often advertise it in the national papers and by and large stick to it. This means that a bench mark has been set and subsequent bookmakers may take a different opinion or try to tempt money in their direction by offering different odds. If this were to happen the arb may be available for a considerable amount of time.

There are always discrepancies in odds but clearly bookmakers tend to stick around the same price. They figure there is safety in numbers. But remember they are ‘guessing’ what the odds should be just like you and me. They are basing their opinion on past experience and they might utilise statistical formulae but they still need to form an opinion on the likely outcome.

They can get it wrong and other firms can take a totally different view of the outcome of a game. A totally different view will only result in a slight variation in the odds but this can be enough to offer a sure bet profit.

Another approach is to start with the more obscure games in eg. the Spanish, Italian or Norweigen lower divisions. They can have quite lucrative discrepancies. They will be covered by a number of different bookmakers all over Europe. This does however add a complication. Although quite easy for finding arbs, the mere fact that you concentrate on these obscure matches will throw up the possibility that you are going to get spotted by the bookmakers if you concentrate your action here.

Also they are going to be reluctant to accept high maximum bets on matches where they have done little research. On the other hand it is a training ground for arb spotting and may gain you valuable experience. You need to weigh up the pros and cons of this strategy.

This is a fairly obscure area of betting and if someone was to check your account over a number of months and found solely these obscure foreign matches on your account it could ring alarm bells. The motto here is to dilute the bets by betting on as many different type of sport and events as possible so that your accounts have varied bets on them. This shouldn’t be a problem as many different sports are great for sure bets.

The more prominent European ties will also produce arbs and they are less likely to attract attention to you and the maximum bets will be higher.

As before you cannot control whether the individual bets win or lose but soccer is a 3 way result and so 2 losing bets to one winning one can be useful on your account. The point here is that not many people are interested in the lower European divisions and it may become clear that the betting pattern is a little unusual. This is especially true if your bets towards the maximum permitted.

Injury news can be a lucrative area in soccer. Think about it. If a player fails a late fitness test on a Saturday and he is the teams star striker then this will greatly affect their chances. Recently Alan Shearer turned up to play a premiership game for Newcastle but was declared unfit to play at the last minute. Newcastle were soundly beaten. I am not saying this wouldn’t have happened, I don’t know. But the odds on the game clearly changed the minute this news broke.

Some bookmakers were alert to this and altered prices as the money poured in for the opposition. Some were slow to react or would not have reacted at all. Either way arbs were available. This type of last minute frantic activity is particularly keen on the betting exchanges like Betfair where you can act as the punter or the bookmaker (lay bets).

You can find injury news through one of the many soccer web sites. Alternatively satellite television channels always have comprehensive news coverage of all the games and are quick to offer any ‘off the press’ news. Slowly the bookmakers’ prices will all change, but not all at the same time, only one by one so creating sure bets.

In this scenario where prices are changing bet on the old price first. The new price is the one that wont change the old price is the one that is about to and so may be lost if you are not quick.

To re-emphasise, arb hunting can be all about timing. When the odds are first produced or have reason to change then the arbs are much more likely to appear.

Recently the English referees have become more lenient in the issuing of yellow cards. This had an effect on the prices for the total number of bookings in a game. Some of the bookmakers adjusted their prices accordingly and others did not. This will affect the bet ranges applied for total bookings.

Let’s look at the red and yellow card market. If you didn’t know the yellow and red cards bet is calculated as 10 points for a yellow card and 25 points for a red. A player can get a maximum of 35 points in a match (10 + 25).

The betting here is normally split into 3 ranges. Under 11 points at say odds of 100/30, 11 to 30 points, at 6/4 and over 30 points, the most likely outcome, at about 11/10. This doesn’t vary much unless there is a history of animosity between the teams in which case the odds are adjusted accordingly.

Here is an example:

Team A versus Team B – Total points for red and yellow cards during the match.

Less than 11 points 11 to 30 points Over 30 points

Ladbrokes 100/30

William Hill 6/4

Victor Chandler 11/10

Usually this type of bet will not figure strongly in your plans. Also it is unusual to find information being issued that will affect the total bookings bet. But a simple piece of news like the policy for issuing cards has just changed can affect prices and lead to one or more arb. The conclusion is not to expect too much sure betting activity from the issuing of red and yellow cards but it simple enough to check the odds.

Soccer and the English football league is the basis of a lot of arb opportunities. A Saturday morning is a very hectic time in the soccer season and if you only allocate 3 hours on each Saturday morning, up to half a dozen arbs could appear every week. Equally spending the same time researching prices when they are first issued earlier in the week can equally be rewarding. Have a game plan and concentrate on how you are going to organise your trading activity.

The obscure British matches are more likely to offer an arb than one of the premiership games. This is because there is less information available on team selection and injuries. Bookmakers will spend a lot of time gathering information on the likely result of the premiership games because they are high profile but are less likely to research the more minor games. They tend to try the ‘safety in numbers’ approach and all give a similar price for the games where they have little or no current information on the outcome.

This can lead to some more informed bookmakers, who have a stronger opinion, seeking out the money by offering differing prices. This inevitably leads to arbs appearing. Injury news is clearly a news event that will change a team’s chances, so keep informed of the injury news by looking at one of the many soccer websites that are running.

As mentioned previously foreign games produce arbs on a regular basis. Whether it’s the fundamental difference of opinion between the British and continental bookmakers or just the fact that the foreign ones are going to be better informed about their own matches matters not. Variations in prices occur regularly.

Here are some recent UEFA cup examples:

Celtic versus FK Teplice (Note the odds are in the decimal format).

Celtic Win(1) Draw(X) FK Teplice Lose(2)

Sportwetten 1.45

Canbet 5.50

Canbet 13.00

Here are the odds translated to percentages:

Celtic Win(1) Draw(X) FK Teplice Lose(2)

Sportwetten 68.97

Canbet 18.18

Canbet 7.69

This resulted in an arb of about 5%. If our total stake was £1,000 we would have bet about £690 on Celtic, £182 on the draw and £77 on FK Teplice.

The interesting thing here was that Canbet make up two sides of this arb. Their thoughts were that Celtic were overwhelming favourites to win this tie and priced the match accordingly. Sportwetten, along with other bookmakers, had the Celtic win at 1.45, favourites yes, but not as much as Canbet had thought. Maybe Canbet were trying to attract a lot of money. They were certainly offering what appeared to be generous prices on FK Treplice.

Another example: Benfica versus Rosenborg:

Benfica Win(1) Draw(X) Benfica Lose(2)

Canbet 1.95

SportOdds 3.50

SportOdds 5.50

Here are the odds translated to percentages:

Benfica Win(1) Draw(X) Benfica Lose(2)

Canbet 51.28

SportOdds 28.57

SportOdds 18.18

This resulted in an arb of 2.0%. If our total stake was £1,000 we would have bet about £513 on Benfica, £288 on the draw and £182 on Rosenborg.

Not as lucrative as the previous arb but again one bookmaker, SportOdds, making all the running in terms of two generous prices and Canbet being the make weight in the bet.

These days, the major clubs have big squads and participate in at least three different competitions. Tactical switches of personnel are more common and unpredictable than injury news which is normally known a day or two in advance of a match and will focus on only one player. Be wary of personnel changes, weaker teams being fielded to save the best players for the big games.

As always, the rule is the earlier you can get a price, hopefully by phoning up before the prices are on-line, the more likely a price differential will appear. Also the period before a match results in frantic trading and can lead to price movements. With so many bookmakers offering prices they will not all move as one.

There are so many bookmakers catering for soccer that you are spoilt for choice. Terrestrial and satellite TV. This is fast becoming the best place to pick up to the minute news on injuries and team selections. Satellite TV stations literally show wall to wall coverage of soccer on Saturdays and this can be invaluable when looking for sure bets.

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What Are the Benefits of Liver Detox Diets and Who Should Not Do It?

There is a wide variety of detox diet plans publicized in magazines, on the Internet, and on television. Some take up to four weeks, and are ruled out as too extreme by many nutritionists. There are also milder, 24- to 72-hour detox diets combining fasting and drinking nothing but purified water for the first 24 hours.

The detoxification diet that targets the liver is the most effective of all the detox plans out there. Among the body’s most important instruments, your liver is an intricate and complicated organ with more than nine hundred functions. The liver filters toxins from your bloodstream. In our everyday lives, exposure to pollutants, combined with our own less-than-healthy diets, cause the liver to clog, something like a vacuum cleaner filter.

Once it becomes clogged, the liver can’t function properly, leaving toxins to accumulate in body tissue. This can cause an array of health problems including allergies, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, fatigue, elevated cholesterol levels, constipation, and irregular levels of blood glucose. To avoid such health issues, many nutritionists recommend partaking in a liver detoxification periodically.

What Should You Eat?

The liver detox diet is not difficult to follow when contrasted with most detox diet plans. The crux of this detox diet is to hydrate with lots of water in addition to eating only whole organic foods like whole grains, lean meats, fish, fruit, and vegetables. During your liver detox diet beets, artichokes, seaweed, radishes, turmeric, cabbage and broccoli are all particularly liver-healthy foods.

What to Avoid

Avoid processed foods during your liver detox, as well as all drinks that are seeped in fat or sugar. Toxins like caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and illegal drugs must be shunned during a liver detox diet. Remember, you’re trying to filter and cleanse your liver, help it to free itself from the toxic substances that overwhelm it so that it can perform at its maximum effectiveness. If you prefer to stay with your habits don’t do it – it might harm you.

Flushing and Supplements

Certain people cleanse their liver for 24-hour periods during their liver detox diet. Flushing your liver is accomplished by consuming nothing but purified water, plus a drink that is a blend of lemon and orange juice, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, ginger and a pinch of cayenne pepper. It may not taste great, but this combination is excellent for detoxing the liver.

If you decide that you want to give the liver detoxification a try, be sure to have a good multivitamin on hand, to make sure your body is receiving all its vitamins and minerals. A bit of milk thistle and dandelion, both liver-friendly supplements are good to have on hand during your liver detox as well.

One of the best liver detox regimen which can be done over the weekend can be found in the works of Dr. Hulda Clark. Although controversial this woman has written down a well functioning and cheap method to cleanse the liver and get rid of toxins preventing the liver to work in the best possible way.

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How to Talk Dirty to a Guy – Forgetting Your Ps and Qs

Men are simple creatures. They love women, food, and fun. Women of course want to keep their men happy so they do all sorts of things to manage the relationship. They might cook, clean, do favors, and of course meet his sexual needs. Some men require a bit more prodding to stay with one woman. Maybe their hormones are elevated or their eye wanders – whatever the reason, she needs to keep the passion alive, so she turns to various weapons in her sexual arsenal. The first one many women turn to would be the passion of the tongue. We're referring to the art of dirty talking. Most women first want to learn how to talk dirty to a guy as this simple act can propel a relationship to new heights, strengthening his virility and endearing him to her for life.

However, women first need to learn how to speak dirty to a guy properly. The words we speak matters just as much as the way the words are said. Imagine the following line of dialogue being spoken with more and more emphasis being placed on the next word. It's not a matter of going through the sentence fast, but emphasis where he knows you're getting serious. This is a primer line – a sexual indicator – a message to him that you are horny and ready for some action.

"Your muscles turn me on."

If you still don't see the difference, imagine the first word "your" being said in a whisper and the last word "on" being said through clenched teeth in his ear. Do you see it now? He would be turning to kiss the girl in about three, two, and one. The motive of good dirty talk is to get him into the mood and keep him there. He should be thinking about you for the next twenty-four hours. He'll be begging for you to come back over to him for more of your tongue action.

So what keeps him excited? Most men are the same – they love women who can turn them on and care for them at the same time. They want sex and the love, without being smothered. The passion behind the sex usually comes through talking mildly sexual to him in unexpected places. You might be walking through the grocery store and catch a glimpse of his physique. Let him know. If you have fantasies that revolve around how he looks, acts, and behaves, then let him know. Play it out in real life, but walk him through how he acts in your mind.

How to talk dirty to a guy begins with how you say things and ends with how you present those things. Sure the words coming off your tongue may seem odd at first, but if you paint a picture of the fantasy you have, then he will begin to see it too. In time, dirty talk will feel less dirty and more like talk. Give it a try. It's sure to spice up the relationship.

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Why Brazil Can’t Win FIFA World Cup 2006

Before it even arrived on German soil Brazilian team of 2006 is touted as one of the best ever. It has the world best player in it, world cup most prolific scorer, two of the most promising and improved midfield players in Kaka and Robinho. Someone like Juninuo sitting out on bench and couldn’t make a place for himself in starting 11 though he is the most prolific dead ball player in the game now.

Three matches into the tournament the shine is going off. Ronaldinho has huffed and puffed in most of the games so far without any real intent or threat to opposition goal. His only major contribution is the pass to Gilberto to score the third goal against Japan.

Ronaldo is the shadow of the man he once was, though he has scored two goals against Japan I don’t think in the coming matches he will be allowed such luxurious time and space to find the back of the net.

Kaka started brilliantly against Croatia with that peach of strike from outside the 18 yard box but the in the next two matches against Australia and Japan he has to satisfy with half chances strike from outside the box rather than being on the end of a flowing move.

Adriano has scored one but I’m not sure he fits well into this Brazilian system of play, he is more of a European striker than a Brazilian.

Midfield

In the 4-2-2-2 system the two defensive midfielders are stars of the show for Brazil so far in this world cup. Emerson and ZeRoberto has played magnificently breaking down opponents attack, doing the donkey work, winning tackles and allowing the star forward line to operate.

Defense line

The defense line is old with Cafu and Roberto Carlos well into their 30’s and far beyond their glory days. The center back partnership also seems fragile as we have seen over years that Lucio is susceptible of making mistakes.

What is in store for Brazilian team for future?

As we have already seen that Australia and Croatia created a lot of clear cut chances and Japan time and time again able to slip behind the Center backs and Full backs to create opening. The future of Brazilian team seems bleak in this world cup.

If we have a look at the draw, Brazil will face Ghana in the round of 16 and most probably Spain in Quarter finals. Beyond Quarterfinal for this team on present form seem improbable even though I’m not a great fan of Spanish team.

Round of 16 encounter against Ghana

I believe Ghana will be a stern test for the Brazilian team as the Ghanaian team plays at some real tempo and very hard in their tackles. The only thing which counts against them is their experience at the biggest stage and absence of Essien, who is suspended for the match. According to me it will be nail bitter but I guess in the end Brazil will reach into the Quarter finals due to their technical supremacy over the African team.

Quarter Final

This is the year I believe Spain will reach in last four since Brazil 1950. This Spanish team seems a good unit, a mix of youth and experience. Spain will provide massive test to Brazil and to my mind it will mighty hard for Brazil to go beyond Quarter finals.

First and foremost Spain has the players to counter Brazilian treats. Defense lineup headed by Pujol from Barcelona plays day in day out with Ronaldinho and company. Secondly as Brazil till now has only scored goals through some exclusive shots from distance this window will be shutdown by the Spanish as they have the best shot stopper goal keeper in Cassillas. Plus he knows Ronaldo inside out with his time in Real Madrid.

Lack of aerial threat also solves the problem Spanish defense as they themselves are not the greatest in that area.

Spain is a good passing side and possession of the ball with Brazilian players will be less compared to what they had against lesser opponents like Croatia, Australia and Japan. So the opportunities created will be far lesser and greater the pressure on strikers to score goals. Trust you me Ronaldo is not scoring against this Spanish defense and Carlos Perreira is not keeping him on bench either so it will be hard a grind in the park for the Brazilians.

In Torres and David Villa Spain has two hitman who can exploit the space behind aging Cafu and Roberto Carlos. With Febregac and Alonso in the middle ZeRoberto and Emerson will have their handful as we already saw in Arsenal’s match against Juventus in the Champions League earlier this year.

Last but not the least, I don’t discount these things as we saw in Euro 2004, it was a Greece’s year with Athens Olympics. So far it seems like a Spanish year, we have Montoya dominating Formula One, Nadal dominating the tennis circuit and above all Barcelona and Seville are the current holders of Champions League and UEFA Cup.

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"Hands-Up-To-The-Sky" – Ricardo Kaka Biography

Kaka Biography – Introduction

I’m writing this Kaka biography a few weeks after the 2006/2007 Champions League final, a final ending with a happy result, 2-1 for the Brazilian’s team, AC Milan against England’s Liverpool.

I must say, as impressive as Filippo Inzaghi (who scored both AC Milan’s goals) was, my eyes were focused on the Brazilian Kaka throughout the entire match. His passes, his dribblings, his speed and his vision on the pitch were honey to my eyes.

I decided to write this Kaka biography not because the Brazilian needs it, but because I want you to find out who the real Ricardo Kaka is, how he rose up the ladders of his career before being a super star and what exactly does that «hands-up-to-the-sky» kaka celebration mean.

Kaka Biography – Early Career

After spending his early days at different youth clubs around his home town of Brasilia and Sao Paulo, Kaka was eventually offered a professional contract at a very tender age: seventeen.

Since Kaka played great soccer for Sao Paulo’s youth teams, the reserve team and the Brazilian U-17 national squad, he immediately attracted the eyes of several European clubs, the one coming forward first being Turkish side Gaziantepspor.

Sao Paulo agreed to sell Kaka, for a sum of $1.5m, a sum that, if you think of the player’s market value now, would seem like peanuts. Still, the sum was quite big for the Turkish side, especially for a 17-year old footballer, Kaka’s young age giving them no guarantees that he will turn out to play great soccer regularly on professional level.

Kaka Biography – Swimming Pool Incident Sao Paulo FC

In his first season as a professional player for Sao Paulo, Kaka didn’t play for the Brazilian team, but he used this time to accommodate himself with his new colleagues and the hardships of professional soccer in Brazil.

He was probably going to get his debut that season still, but an unfortunate swimming pool incident almost ended his career as a footballer, Kaka fracturing his spine in September 2000. Not only did he risk his future, but this fracture almost cost him his life and he was in real danger of being paralyzed for the rest of his life.

Miraculously, Kaka made a full recovery and came back to training after his full strength came back to him. From that day forward, Kaka found faith in God and some of his profits as a professional footballer always go to the Church, as a small gesture of thanking God for saving his life and his career. The famous Kaka celebration, after he scores a goal, is related to that incident, as each time, he thanks God for allowing him to play soccer and be there on the pitch.

Kaka Biography – Attracting the European Giants

After fully recovering from his horrible fracture, Kaka was finally given a chance to play for Sao Paulo, in January 2001 and he didn’t disappoint, scoring no less than 12 goals in 27 appearances that season. This guaranteed him a solid first team place for the 2001-2002 season, in which he scored another 10 goals in 22 matches and whenever a young Brazilian soccer player performs that well, he’s bound to get a few calls from some major European clubs.

One of these clubs would be AC Milan, one of Italy’s most important teams and Kaka signed without blinking, eager to start a European career.

You probably know the story from here. Kaka is currently in his fourth season with Milan, whom he won the Serie A championship with once, the Italian Super Cup once, and the UEFA Champions League a few weeks ago (he also played another Champions League final in the 2004-2005 season, but lost it to Liverpool in what is considered one of the most beautiful finals of the tournament). He became an indispensable player for AC Milan but also for Brazil.

As a Brazil soccer player, Kaka scored 31 goals in 52 matches so far and gave out numerous perfect assists in his role as an attacking midfielder. Having the young midfielder in the squad, Brazil football became even more technical and quick (if that was even possible) and they’re considered amongst the main favorites for the following international tournaments.

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Premier League Football Player Photos – Handy Hints and Tips For Taking Good Photos

This guide is about the specifics of taking your snaps at ‘the match’ and hints about the do’s and don’ts. Make an effort to understand your own camera’s capabilities – ‘happy snappers’ can take great football players photos as today’s modern digital cameras are all pretty good. One important thing to recognise is that taking photographs at a sporting arena, can require a permit, as obtained by the press and media organizations. However, with the proliferation and qualities of mobile phone camera’s and the compact digital cameras, all stadiums and clubs now turn a blind eye to their use by the general public. Remember this, it’s important, it is a privilege not a right and acting as such can avoid difficult situations.

Equipment: Read the camera’s instructions and understand what you can and can’t do with your point and shoot. Extra battery power is essential, small and easy, keep them warm in your pocket – longer life. An extra memory card is always a good idea. An SLR camera may be too bulky to get past security plus, may make you look like a ‘pro’ and therefore attract the wrong kind of attention. In the same vein, tripods and telephoto lenses may prove troublesome.

Location: Most premier league stadiums are modern and will not have restricted views. However, older more characterful arena’s such as Goodison Park and Craven Cottage for example, will have pillars and stanchions blocking some views. Also sunshine can play havoc with a good shot either in reflective light or, cast shadows, be prepared to adjust your camera’s setup manually if you can. Or, check which direction the stand you are choosing seats in is facing; remember the sun rises in the east, sinks in the west.

Planning: If you know where you’re going to sit, you can plan what kind of shot you think best will work from your station. Information about such positions can be gleaned from the club or internet. If you can choose you seating, then avoid being behind the goal – too much excited jumping up and down around you. Or, being too high as the angle will seem odd and the digital zoom will not be enough.

Shots: If there is a barrier or wall that you can utilize to steady the camera then, more chance of avoiding ‘shake’. You can always use football players taking free kicks or corners as a bench mark shot as there are moments of ‘stillness’, this will assist you calibrating and manual changes to the camera set up. Want football players photos close up? Then try and get a seat near the corner flag or front row along the touchline.

Continuous mode: Your camera should have this facility. If there’s a melee in the box or, good action close by, then continuous mode will give you the best chance of catching the action. Typically the built in flash turns off on ‘continuous mode’ if not make sure you do it manually.

We wish you happy snapping and you get the shots you want, hoping the simple guide will assist you getting your favourite football player photos.

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Premier League Preview: Arsenal Vs Liverpool

Premier League match time returns to the Emirates with Arsenal set to host Liverpool in match week 33 on Sunday, April 17, in the second of a two-legged contest.

The first, hosted by Liverpool on August 15, 2010, ended in a 1-1 stalemate. With neither side scoring in the first half, the stalemate was broken immediately after the interval, when Ngog gave Liverpool the lead. Arsenal had Reina in the Liverpool goal to thank for their equalizer when the Reds’ keeper gloved an own goal in injury time. Earlier Liverpool were reduced to 10 men, when Cole was sent off, on the stroke of half-time. Arsenal midfielder Koscielny collected two bookings to reduce the Gunners to 10 men, themselves, in stoppage time.

Their keeper Almunia was the weak link in the Arsenal armour, and for some time, arsene Wenger had been negotiating to wean Fulham’s Schwarzer to take his place. Barring Cole’s sending off, Liverpool gave a good account of themselves, and kept Arsenal’s forwards at bay, for the best part of 90 minutes.

Head to head, Arsenal have established an 8-4 lead over Liverpool in the last 20 league games played between the sides, with the remaining 8 matches drawn.

In their last 10 league games, Arsenal have registered 5 wins and 5 draws, while Liverpool have won 6 of their last 10, while losing and drawing 4 each. Of their 16 home games this season, Arsenal have won 10, and lost and drawn 3 games each, while Liverpool have won 4 of their 16 games on the road, while losing 2 and drawing the remaining 10.

In match week 32, Arsenal won 3-1 away at Blackpool, while Liverpool beat Manchester City 3-0 at home.

Sunday’s game assumes great significance for both teams. Arsenal would seek all of their remaining games, to keep their slender title hopes alive. Similarly, Liverpool, who are currently in 6th place, would want to use the remaining games to best advantage, and try to wrest a European qualification. Expect the Reds to fight hard in a game that will give Arsenal the considerable advantage of playing at home.

Arsenal’s starting eleven against Blackpool had the following players: Lehmann, Eboue, Squillaci, Koscielny, Clichy, Diaby, Fabregas, Wilshere, Nasri, van Persie and Arshavin. Ramsey, Gibbs and Walcott played as substitutes.

Liverpool had the following men in their starting eleven against Manchester City: Reina, Flanagan, Carragher, Skrtel, Aurelio, Kuyt, Lucas, Spearing, Meireles, Suarez and Carroll. Ngog was used as a substitute.

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Middlesbrough is Back at the Top Table of English Football

The Pride of the North East

Pride of the North East is a richly deserved title given Middlesbrough Football Club's recent results, sharing the spoils away to title contenders Arsenal and Manchester City.

Few people outside the north east expected Boro to make a fist of it amongst the big boys feasting at the top table of English football this season. Although the club might lack a glut of star players and expensive signings, what they do possess is one of the brightest young coaches in the game, having honed his coaching skills under the watchful eye of Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid, at a time when his star burnt brightly in the firmament. As you'll discover later, Mourinho was linked with another famous Middlesbrough coach as he took his first tentative steps in his coaching career.

When Aitor Karanka was appointed as Boro's first foreign manager in November 2013, the club may have appeared to be taking a gamble on raw talent, rather than playing it safe with a trustworthy pair of hands with extensive experience of the British game. A lack of success at the hands of Gordon Strachan and Tony Mowbray, may well have influenced their thinking.

This leads me to reflect on a period in Boro's history, when the club's hierarchy in their wisdom decided to turn towards Malcolm Allison, who at one time just like Karanka was considered to be one of the brightest young coaches of his generation. The difference being, that when Big Mal turned up at the old Ayresome Park stadium in October 1982, his star as a visionary coach was very much on the wane.

Ironically when Malcolm Allison was manager of Portuguese side Vitoria Setubal just before his dramatic arrival on Teesside, he was aided by former Boro conditioning coach Roger Spray and an ambitious young coach by the name of Jose Mourinho. While the special one's stock might be currently on the decline, as was the case with Big Mal during his fateful spell with Boro, few would argue that in their heyday, they were the brightest coaches of their era. As a fitting tribute to Big Mal, who sadly departed from this world in October 2010, Roger Spray holds him in such high esteem as to consider him as influential as Mourinho and Arsene Venger!

The club being in dire financial straits further compounded the depression enveloping the Boro faithful. While neighbors Sunderland were given the tag of 'Bank of England' in the late 1950s due to their abundance of cash, the early 1980s was a time for drastic financial measures at Ayresome Park.

When you consider that the club is today valued at around £ 87 million and that the incumbent English manager by the name of Southgate opened the floodgates and splashed a whopping £ 13.6 million on the record breaking signing of Brazilian Afonso Alves during the 2007-08 season , Allison's antics seems to belong in a long forgotten distant past!

When Big Mal was lured to Teesside by ambitious chairman Mike McCullagh, the club was bottom of the old second division, attracting gates of only 5,000, half a million pounds in debt and losing £ 12,000 a week!

Today the average attendance at the Riverside is an impressive 30,000 in stark contrast with the poorest crowd since the Second World War of only 5,435 that witnessed their home game against Fulham in March 1984. Almost inevitably this led to Allison being relieved of his managerial duties. With Middlesbrough having finished in sixteenth position in the old second division during his first season, the club's heroic effort in holding Arsenal to a 1-1 draw in their FA Cup fifth round home tie, represented the zenith of his short stint with the club. Unfortunately time was not of the essence and Big Mal failed in his quest to revive the sleeping giant of the North East!

The manager's antics and double standards were reminiscent of scenes familiar to viewers of the Carry On films of that period. In keeping with his reputation for an insatiable appetite for stunning birds and the high life, Allison was in his seventh heaven, entertaining his female companions courtesy of the finest champagne at the Baltimore Hotel, while running up a hefty bill of £ 3,500. In comical fashion, his answer to the required harsh financial measures was to sack the club's tea man on £ 18 per week! Fortunately the man capable of a fine brew was reinstated following assurances that the players would pay his princely wage!

Big Mal, always one for the limelight, embarked on his mission to bring stars to the Teesside gloom, with ambitious efforts to sign George Best from San Jose Earthquakes and the Liverpool duo David Johnson and David Fairclough! He succeeded only in signing the ex- Ipswich Town star Kevin Beattie to bolster his defense, although by this time he was crocked by knee injuries! Indeed some would say that his best capture came off the field in the form of local beauty, 28 year old school teacher Lynn Salten, by far the classiest act on show!

Today the footballing landscape has changed beyond recognition with Middlesbrough plying their trade at the wonderful Riverside Stadium and recipients of the huge sums of money assured by entry to the top table of English football.

Whether Karanka and his charges can preserve their premier league status remains to be seen, but the Boro faithful will be encouraged by recent accomplished performances. Some would say that football has come a long way since the 1980s, but it seems that today's global nature and rich trappings of the premier league, seems to have left our beautiful game void of true characters like Malcolm Allison, who despite failure on the field , certainly lit up the North East with rich experiences that will forever be a part of Middlesbrough Football Club's folklore!

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