FEB 27: MR FIXIT’S TIPS

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REAL MADRID and Ross County made it a decent Tuesday night’s work.

County were my 11-4 Super Single and they won at Aberdeen to go joint second in the SPL.

All of my tips on El Clasico came up including Real to qualify and over 3.75 goals and I also predicted Leighton Baines at 11-4 to score for Everton.

I was disappointed with my treble and both teams to score effort but hope to put that right tonight.

One problem is that most of the teams I fancy are pretty short – Chelsea, Celtic, PSG, Bayern, Bordeaux.

So finding value won’t be assuming you don’t want to five or six-team accumulators.

Chelsea should beat an off-form Middlesbrough in the FA Cup but are no bigger than 4-9 (various). With Boro losing four of their last six I’m taking a chance on the Blues minus one at 6-5 with boylesports.

Biggest game of the night is Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund in the German Cup quarter-finals and like El Clasico there should be plenty of goals.

Bayern, who ended a run of five defeats to Dortmund with a victory in August, have been dominant in the Bundesliga this season and on fire in recent weeks.

They have netted 20 goals in six games, including that 3-1 Champions League success at Arsenal, and I’ll be on them at 4-5 with Willim Hill. Dortmund lie second, 17 points behind Bayern, but have been concentrating their efforts on Europe and remain a good side.

Hopefully they will be play their part in a cracker and look at over 3.75 goals at 11-5 with bet365.

To Chelsea and Bayern I’m adding a French side to complete the treble. French Cup games aren’t always easy to call but some of the last-16 ties seem one-sided.

For example Ligue One bottom dogs Nancy are 4-9 with Paddy Power at BetVictor at fifth-tier Venisieux and Bordeaux are 1-2 at BetVictor at fourth division Raon L’Etape.

Both should win against little-known opponents and best bet could be Bordeaux at 7-5 with Paddy Power to score in both halves.

PSG should see off Marseille at home for the second time in four days with a possible first start for David Beckham but for the treble I’m taking Lorient at home to Stade Brest.

Lorient have lost just once at home in the league and are 4-6 at BetVictor against a side with just one win in six.

Last night’s Super Single was Ross County at 11-4 and I fancy Dagenham at a similar price away to Bradford in League Two. It’s difficult to see how Bradford can recover so quickly from their 5-0 Wembley mauling to Swansea at the weekend.

Dagenham are struggling but beat Bradford earlier in the season and are unbeaten in four visits to Valley Parade.

It’s a gamble and if you want to play safer look at draw no bet at 2-1 with Coral.

The Bayern game and ICT v Dundee Utd – flagged up in the SPL piece – start my both teams to score line. Add Ajax v AZ in the Dutch Cup with both averaging over three goals a game in the league.

Sevilla v Atletico Madrid – or Negredo v Falcao – should feature goals as both battle to set up a Spanish Cup Final with Real Madrid.

And complete the line with Braga v Benfica as the two rivals fight it out for a place in the final of the Portuguese League Cup. Braga have scored in their last 11 but kept just three clean sheets while Benfica may be less focused as they’re fighting for the title and Europa League.

Top Treble

Bayern (7.30pm), Chelsea, Lorient (4pm)
Pays a biggest £40.80 to a £10 stake at Stan James

Super Single

Dagenham
(10-3, bet365)

Both teams to score

Ajax v AZ

Bayern v Dortmund

Inverness v Dundee Utd

Braga v Benfica

Sevilla v Atletico Madrid (9pm)

Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)

Fivefold pays a biggest £112 to a £10 stake at boylesports

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283 Comments
  1. Milesey 5 years ago

    TWO games for WEDNESDAY NIGHT

    Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund, Wednesday 19:30, ESPN, Match Odds: Bayern 1.76, Dortmund 5.2, The Draw 4.1
    Back Bayern Munich to score in both halves @ 2.6
    Back Mario Mandzukic to score @ 2.1
    ————————————-

    Sevilla v Atletico Madrid, Wednesday 21:00, Sky Sports 2, Match Odds: Sevilla 2.5, Atletico Madrid 3.0, The Draw 3.5
    Back Alvaro Negredo to score @ 2.74
    Back Sevilla to score two or more goals @ 2.4
    ————————————–

    Quick look at PREMIER LEAGUE this weekend

    Southampton v QPR
    Back the draw @ 3.6 (13/5)
    Back QPR draw no bet @ 3.0 (2/1)
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    Swansea v Newcastle
    Back Newcastle @ 3.3 (23/10)
    Back Newcastle to win 2-1 @ 10.0 (9/1)
    ————–
    Wigan v Liverpool
    Back Liverpool @ 1.75 (3/4)
    Back Over 3.5 goals @ 2.75 (7/4)
    ——————————————-

    View from WAYNE MARDLE on Thursday nights premier league darts

    Robert Thornton v Gary Anderson
    Gary cannot hit doubles frequently enough for his liking (or his backers for that matter) and he’d be right to be concerned, his confidence when finishing must be very low at the moment.
    He’s up against an in-form opponent in the shape of the unbeaten Thornton and I think the Scotsman is a fair price to win his second game of the league (he’s drawn two). The Thorn is hitting 180s and double tops for fun and it’s very hard to back against him in this match-up.

    Andy Hamilton v Michael van Gerwen
    I just can’t oppose MVG in this one. He’s playing superbly well, he won the two tour events played over the weekend and is now the new world number 3.
    He faces a toughy in The Hammer, but sheer scoring power should see Michael romp home.

    James Wade v Phil Taylor
    Phil showed last week he’s still the man, averaging over 108 against Whitlock.
    James played brilliantly last week in a welcome return to form, but he will have to do so again to get anything from The Power.
    No surprises, but I expect Phil to win this.

    Wes Newton v Adrian Lewis
    I just can’t pick between the two. Both can be stunning, both can be dire. This is a draw for me.

    Raymond van Barneveld v Simon Whitlock
    RVB suffered a set-back last week in losing to MVG, how will he react against Whitlock?
    Simon is getting better every week and I think he might push the big Dutchman. If Whitlock starts well he has a massive chance, Barney isn’t a chaser and needs to lead if he is to win.
    This could be a cracker – both are lethal on the 60-bed and love a big finish.

    Recommended Bets
    Back Thornton to win
    Back MVG to win
    Back Taylor to win
    Back Newton-Lewis draw
    Back a van Barneveld v Whitlock draw

    Milesey

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, forgot about the darts. Let me know if I can post anything but I won’t use Wayne’s stuff.

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        Of Cause you can post something, do it your way, your views, but i am totally 100% with Wayne, and would have told is exactly like he has 😉 😉

        Milesey

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      Right……….. bets are on, busy day ahead, time for some sleep….. Goodluck and Good night 😉 😉

      Milesey

      Feb 27, 2013 19:30
      Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund (Half-Time/Full-Time)
      Bayern Munich / Bayern Munich 8/5

      Feb 27, 2013 19:30
      Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund (To Score in Both Halves) Bayern Munich 7/5

      Feb 27, 2013 19:30
      Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund (Anytime Goalscorer)
      M Mandzukic 5/6

      Feb 27, 2013 21:00
      Sevilla v Atletico Madrid (Team Goals in Match)
      Sevilla to Score 2 or more goals in the match 6/5

      Feb 27, 2013 21:00
      Sevilla v Atletico Madrid (Anytime Goalscorer)
      A Negredo 6/4

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      Chelsea have a huge tie against Middlesbrough in the FA Cup fifth round on Wednesday night, but no one seems to be concentrating on the football match in the build-up.

      Instead, reports have been emerging this week of a heated training ground exchange between senior players and interim manager Rafa Benitez.

      Following Chelsea’s 2-0 loss to Manchester City on Sunday, Rafa is thought to have accused some of his players of not pulling their weight for the cause and not listening to his instructions.

      At the centre of the “exchange of views”, as diplomatically described by the Chelsea boss, was out-of-favour club captain John Terry, who apparently stuck up for his under-fire teammates.

      Terry wasnot been selected for the game at the Etihad Stadium and was also omitted from the starting line-up for the first leg of the Blues’ Europa League tie in Prague.

      The Chelsea stalwart has previously denied a rift with Benitez over his selection policy, though this latest development would suggest that there is certainly some needle there.

      However, if Rafa is consistent with his recent selection strategy with Terry then ironically the ex-England captain should be in line to start against Boro.

      Although Chelsea are still in the Europa League round-of-16, the FA Cup is surely still their best chance of silverware, although a trip to Old Trafford does await the winners of this one.

      Standing in their way is a Middlesbrough side whose season has started to slide away from them recently.

      Tony Mowbray’s team have now lost seven of their last nine games in the Championship, instigating a drop out of the top six for the first time since October.

      Despite some unrest in the build-up, whatever Chelsea side is picked here should have enough quality to get past a confidence-drained Boro outfit, who’ve now lost three of their last five home games and would probably willingly sacrifice this competition for a promotion spot.

      Half With The Most Goals

      One of Middlesbrough’s deficiencies which has contributed to their recent slump is an inability to get a grip on the match before the half-time whistle. You have to go back ten games to the home win over non-league Hastings in this competition for the last time Boro struck a first-half goal. Equally as sluggish before the break of late are their illustrious visitors. Only one of Chelsea’s last 12 goals in all competitions has arrived before the oranges are handed out.

      Back the second half to contain the most goals @ 2.12

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        David Beckham will get a chance tonight to do something he’s been doing less and less of late – lace up a pair of adidas boots and actually play a game of football. After coming on to replace Javier Pastore (another of PSG’s superstars; what’s French for ‘Galactico’?) in the league game against tonight’s opponents at the weekend, D-Beck will take his place in the starting line-up for the Coupe de France game in place of Italy’s bright young thing Marco Veratti.

        Veratti is many people’s tip to become the long-term replacement for Andrea Pirlo as the deep-lying playmaker or regista in the Italian national side, and it’s in this position that Beckham will line up tonight. Ancelotti appears to be of the belief that, aside from the commercial positives that arrived with his signing, Beckham’s best role is in the middle of the pitch where his dwindling pace won’t be as exposed and his exceptional passing ability can be most effectively utilised.

        Traditionally, a role sitting in front of the back four involves some sort of protection of the defence, a role that Beckham isn’t entirely used to, but maybe Ancelotti feels that Beckham’s use of the ball will mean the lion’s share of possession for the home side and thus less need for ball-winning skills. It also depends who plays alongside Beckham in the middle. Blaise Matuidi isn’t exactly defensively robust, so there’s a chance PSG could be left exposed if they both occupy the centre of the pitch. Clement Chantome is another option, and he’s certainly more attuned to the role of breaking up play, so maybe that’s a combination the Italian boss will try. That said, Chantome was deployed from the bench on the right in the last meeting between the sides.

        Beckham has of course played through the middle before in a ‘quarterback’ role for Milan and LA Galaxy with mixed success, and most famously occupied the middle of the pitch in the 1999 Champions League Final against Bayern Munich. His passing ability can be, in theory, better utilised, but as Sir Alex Ferguson once said, you then lose arguably Beckham’s greatest asset: his trademark crosses.

        The league game between the two sides at the weekend was interesting. With the exception of Valbuena, Marseille didn’t really offer too much creatively going forward and that’s something they’ll need to put right if they want to get anything out of tonight’s affair. Andre-Pierre Gignac is having a decent season but of late he has failed to fire consistently, netting just three goals in his last ten games. His overall contribution is also open to criticism.

        One of Marseille’s key problems is that they don’t have a large enough squad to compete on too many fronts. Of course, not many teams in European football have a squad to compete with PSG full stop, but the fact that Marseille will likely line up with exactly the same team that played at the weekend tells its own story.

        For what it’s worth, I think the newest Beckham experiment will work tonight. He’s still got enough in his legs to be effective through the middle, and more importantly he’ll have excellent players around him. The hosts will shuffle the pack a fair bit, but they have a strong squad. They represent little value for the straight win at 1.74, but I like them to win by around the same scoreline at the weekend, so backing them at -1 in the handicap market at 2.94 looks like good value to me.

        And who knows, we might just get a trademark Beckham free kick to send us on our way to a profit.

        PSG to win with a handicap of -1 @ 2.94

        • Milesey 5 years ago

          Having endured a nightmare few days where they exited the FA Cup before being beaten by Bayern Munich, many observers declared the demise of Arsenal.

          While there are still lingering issues for debate, not least the position of their manager, a cursory glance at the form table suggests that they may not be sunk so deep in crisis after all.

          Looming on the horizon is Sunday’s north London derby but, as the Gunners approach this famous fixture, they actually bring the second-best form in the Premier League, bettered only by Manchester United.

          Arsene Wenger’s much-maligned troops are actually unbeaten in five league matches, picking up four wins, one of which was a 5-1 thumping of West Ham at the Emirates.

          Summer signings Santi Cazorla and Lukas Podolski have been in particularly inspiring form, notching four and three goals respectively across the last eight games in all competitions.

          Tottenham themselves enter Sunday’s game off the back of three straight league wins, though the Lilywhites have only won one of the last four encounters with the old enemy, so Arsenal’s price of 3.2 to win holds serious appeal.

          In the back of their minds, Andre Villas-Boas’ players also know that they let a huge lead over Arsenal slip last season, so they will be the ones carrying the extra pressure into the weekend clash.

          The way the table is shaping up actually means this fixture, as important as it is for local bragging rights, may not actually be worthy of the winner-takes-all tag that it will be labelled with.

          Most observers have spent the season inferring that Wenger’s side will miss out on fourth spot but, the way Chelsea are going, Arsenal may yet spring an ambush on those Champions League spots without needing to overhaul Spurs.

          The Gunners are only two points behind the European champions heading into this weekend’s fixtures and, under Rafa Benitez, Chelsea are a side who can’t string a run of Premier League wins together.

          You can back Arsenal at 2.08 to gatecrash the top four at present, odds sure to shrink if they beat Tottenham.

  2. Guido 5 years ago

    I fancy Sevilla 2moro, they gave as good as they got in first leg and appear to be hitting a wee bit of form at home. Could maybe see a 2-1 with Falcao snatching one and going to extra time perhaps?

  3. Craig alves 5 years ago

    ledley/celtic
    oscar/chelsea
    mackay/ICT
    btts seville/athletico
    verona DNB
    EMILE HESKEY anytime haha

    50p for £252

  4. MUZZA 5 years ago

    No sure who talks the most pish on this site but I reckon Turkish “de-shite” I post my bets after the results are in and Sean Jock Aggie nob head Ireland Barca will never lose this tie are right up there with he best of them!

    Oh and Meeeeeeeeee – sorry Mr F before my bollocking!!

  5. al 5 years ago

    Muzz a :-) :-) :-) :-)

    • MUZZA 5 years ago

      Al you look like Ian Poulter without Hair & a big question mark on yer grid? :-)

  6. al 5 years ago

    Turkish de shite
    Sean jock Aggie nob head Ireland :-) :-)

  7. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Her hee hee :-):-):-) x

  8. al 5 years ago

    Your right muzza

  9. al 5 years ago

    U look like Eric cantona with a car going over on 1 side

  10. Ian bomber Harris 5 years ago

    Mr Fixit , thanks for Ross county tip had a twenty spot on it at 3s with bet victor , nice eves work keep up the good work !

  11. al 5 years ago

    Mr fixit looks
    Like that guy who used to be on EastEnders :-) :-)

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      ARTHUR FOWLER 😉

      Milesey

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Al, I’ve been called worse. Was reminding the boys in work yesterday about the time (just once) when two kids asked me in a pool hall if was Joe Johnson (about the time when was snooker world champ). I said yes and about two minutes later they appeared back with their old man asking for my autograph.

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        well according to AL and 1plus 2, shave the head and you look like willie thorn 😉

        Milesey

      • Guido 5 years ago

        haha..coda been worse Paul, coda been mistaken for Jimmy Savilles man friday or something 😉

  12. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Fixit looks F’All like Ross Kemp! :-)

  13. al 5 years ago

    Not Arthur fowler milesey the other 1

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      Dean Gaffney, AKA robbie Jackon ? or his dog well ARD :)

  14. al 5 years ago

    What’s his name

  15. Craig alves 5 years ago

    derek branning ??

  16. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Tucker?

  17. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Dirty den? Sanjay?

  18. al 5 years ago

    That chubby bloke

  19. al 5 years ago

    No man

  20. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Lofty? Angie? Stan Ogden?

  21. Sean Ireland 5 years ago

    Ill forgive that little outburst from muzza and just put it down to a bad reaction from the boot polish hes been licking all week, 😉

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Sean, I disappear to walk the dog and come back to this. Can’t believe but that’s happens when you put up a “Cert of the Day” and it loses.

  22. Milesey 5 years ago

    TUCKER ? hahaha ROOLLEY 😉 😉 ROLAND ?

    Milesey

  23. al 5 years ago

    Wait let me google it

  24. Milesey 5 years ago

    Ethel and her little willy ?

    Milesey

  25. al 5 years ago

    Got him :-)

  26. MUZZA 5 years ago

    I think you mean Pete Beale or Derek Branning Al?

  27. Milesey 5 years ago

    FRANK BUTCHER ?

  28. al 5 years ago

    Hey guys Google barry evans in images

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Al, google White Town (a one-hit wonder), that’s who the boys in the work say I look like plus that North Korean leader who died and there are a few others too.

      • Bryan 5 years ago

        Not sure about White Town but I can definitely see the resemblance with the former North Korea leader. PMSL

  29. al 5 years ago

    :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

  30. Milesey 5 years ago

    Jimmy Corkhill ?

  31. al 5 years ago

    A bit more on the forehead

  32. Milesey 5 years ago

    BARRY EVANS ha ha, didn’t Janine roll him down a hill 😉

    Milesey

  33. al 5 years ago

    Milesey:-)

  34. MUZZA 5 years ago

    LOL FAT BARRY WAS BOLD AS A COOT!!

    MR f looks F’all like him! That deserves a suspension!! :-)

  35. al 5 years ago

    Delete the comment quickly

  36. 1plus2 5 years ago

    I would say shave the head and he looks a bit like that bloke of Masterchef (b4 he lost the weight) 😉

  37. al 5 years ago

    U right there 1 plus 2

  38. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Pat Butcher?? kelvin? hatty? Another grange hill classic bird – RROOOOLLLLAAAND!

  39. Milesey 5 years ago

    hahaha, google Mr Fixit and look through the images, the man has a range of merchandise he is selling, hats, aprons, mugs….

    Milesey

    • MUZZA 5 years ago

      Mr Fixit – Leicester based handyman LOL!!

      Lots of mentions for you on Twitter Milesey……

  40. al 5 years ago

    Roland lol:-) :-) :-)

  41. al 5 years ago

    Mr fix it window installer :-) :-)

  42. Milesey 5 years ago

    ssssssshhhhhhhhhhh, he’s back 😉 😉

    Milesey

  43. al 5 years ago

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Al, I phoned a guy the other week to tell him he’d won line of the week in the Record. His wife answered and she shouts “Jimmy, it’s the plumber!”

  44. al 5 years ago

    :-)

  45. al 5 years ago

    Google milesey

  46. al 5 years ago

    Shocking milesey

  47. Milesey 5 years ago

    Looking for Central heating installation in Newbury, look no further, Mr Fix It offers a wide range of services. 😉 😉

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, Muzza, when we getting back to the tips? I’ll let you know when we do a lookalikes contest.

  48. MUZZA 5 years ago

    I’ve played golf with Big Willy Thorne and he has the shiniest heed in the world! He must polish it with Mr Sheen in the mornings!! It’s like a big mirrored malteser!!

  49. al 5 years ago

    Mr fix it :-) :-) :-)

  50. Milesey 5 years ago

    I played snooker against him in the willie thorn club in cambridge many yars ago, and he blinded me 😉 you had to stand about 8 foot away from him with sunglasses on to not get effected by the glare.

    Milesey

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, I played Stephen Hendry for charity when he was 16 but he had hair – loads of it. I potted the first red and black then he blew me away.

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        Blew you away ? were you abit skinny back in them days then ? 😉 was it when he was all spotty ?

        Milesey

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          Milesey, indeed I was. A sprinter, flying rugby winger and attacking left-back in my school days. Then someone showed me a pub.

      • Guido 5 years ago

        Dya remebr the Scottish pro Eddie Sinclair Paul?? played him in an exhibition once..hada decen break but he finished off with a 60 odd…these blokes even Eddie and he was an average pro were something else

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          Guido, I remember the guy. Before Scotland had any real snooker stars it was players like Eddie Sinclair who were the main men on the circuit up here. Did his son play football or am I just imagining that? I started life at the Clydebank Post and the local pro John Rea was Scottish champion back then (still owns a club in the town) so I used to cover some of his games and remember seeing him hit a 147 in a tournament in Glasgow. Think it made the front page!

          • Guido 5 years ago

            must be 25 years back Paul..i was a boney faced/arsed sraggy youth (still have a boney arse haha) barely able to get in a pub!! I recall John Rea as well..the Stephen etc came along…still good value players tho…but Hendry was just in on a different planet

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              Mr Fixit 5 years ago

              Guido, bumped into John a few months ago when he was playing golf behind us at Mar Hall. It was the day when he was putting out and saw a guy jump off the Erskine Bridge. Missed his putt I believe.

              • Guido 5 years ago

                Inconsiderate sod jumping off the bridge when a mans about to putt…no finesse!!

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              Mr Fixit 5 years ago

              Guido, I was at the Clydebank Post about 1986 then went back as editor in 1989 but can’t remember if the Hendry game was first or second spell, probably the first.

      • robert miller 5 years ago

        yeah PAUL, Steven Hendrie, it brought back memories of a piece he done in the Record a couple of months ago.

        he was complainin about snooker players not gettin recognition, sayin he puts as much effort as runners and cyclists. he also says he puts in 6 hours a day in

        to top it all off theres a wee picture of his glum face with a cue in his hand SITTIN DOWN WHILST COMPETIN!!!!

        priceless i nearly choked on my belly buster fry up!!!!

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          Robert, you need to be particularly fit to be a snooker player, remember big Bill Werbeniuk. But you don’t need the same dedication as any athlete to reach the top and mental strength. I enjoy a couple of frames but can’t play for more than two hours or so. Six hours a day would do my head in. Having said that I could play golf all day every day if it was on different courses.

  51. John 5 years ago

    Yeah i agree that Mr F looks like that guy from Eastenders, his name is Shaun Evans i think, mirror image :-)

  52. Milesey 5 years ago

    Who is shaun evans ? ha ha ha

    What about Lee Evans 😉 😉

    Milesey

  53. al 5 years ago

    I played snooker against him in the willie thorn club in cambridge many yars ago, and he blinded me
    :-) :-) :-)

  54. Guido 5 years ago

    Muzza is Wullie Thorn talk a good game on the golf course as well as the snooker?? beats me why he never wiz world champ…appears the best snooker player in history with a microphone in his hand?? :-) Whits his hcp apart from his malteser heid n big know all mooth? :-)

    • MUZZA 5 years ago

      Played off 15 Guido but proper bandito! Great crack though – Roger de Caucey was funny as feck, as we were looking for his ball in the rough he started throwing his voice & I thought the rabbits were speaking to me!!!!

  55. John 5 years ago

    I put a small bet on Sproule to score tonight, he got substituted and his replacement scored the goal…so unfair…lol

  56. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Hahahahaha

    Good old Willie! He likes a bet or 2! Me and him took £12 off Roger de Caucey (nookie bear) & some other bloke round the Belfry & it was like he had won the Ryder Cup! Top man!

    • Guido 5 years ago

      Heres me thinkin Nookie bear wid talk more sense than Wullie!! Wiz Nookie caddying for Roger?? 😉

  57. Milesey 5 years ago

    About Chris Guy

    Chris is a family man, married to a teacher with two adult daughters. During his 14 years teaching career he became interested in the causes of learning difficulties and noted how physical activity sometimes helped. He left teaching, trained with INPP and began his practice in 1989. In more than 20 years experience of the INPP programme he has helped hundreds of adults and children overcome a wide variety of specific learning difficulties, co-ordination and behavoural problems.

    Chris has given lectures and seminars in the UK and abroad on Neuro-Developmental issues and the INPP Programme in particular. He is trained in both Bi-lateral Integration and Samonas Sound Therapy, using both, where appropriate, in forming the individual programmes for clients. He currently teaches module II of the I.S.N.D. training programme in Chester, UK.

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      AL you want to learn to spell, you have got someone called MILESEYE hahaha 😉

      Milesey

      • Guido 5 years ago

        Maybe Al meant Japs-eye Milesey..think it cood get a few peeks at Cheltenham with a thick wallet :-)

  58. Milesey 5 years ago

    Chris Guy[1] (born January 25, 1973) is an American professional wrestler better known by his ring name Ace Steel. He is perhaps best known for his time with Ring of Honor and occasional appearances for World Wrestling Entertainment, as well as his stint with its Ohio Valley Wrestling developmental territory. He is a former 6 time ZCW World Heavyweight Champion.

  59. Milesey 5 years ago

    Shall we just call you ” ACE ” from now on ?

    Milesey

  60. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Ring of honor? Is that what they call it nowadays??!!! Lol

    I bet this whole thread gets deleted tomorrow!!!!!

  61. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Oscar FGS for Chelsea tomorrow 9/1 @ Ladbrokes….

  62. al 5 years ago

    Muzza is an Australian English slang word generally used in Melbourne, Victoria to describe the young male subculture that has developed in the city’s suburbs. Use of the term muzza came to light in the mid to late 1990’s, as an evolution of the 1980’s Mario culture.
    A muzza is most often a European or middle eastern male (female equivalents are known as Marias or Muzzettes, and ‘nerdy’ equivalents are usually known as Muzza Mark), generally between 16 and 30 years old who is usually of Southern European, Mediterranean descent. The muzza is normally from around metropolitan Melbourne, Australia, and is of first to third generation Australian.
    It is difficult to pinpoint what characteristics define a muzza, however there are consistencies between muzzas that are common traits, including: a very vocal pride in their heritage, a love of cars, a general distaste for any kind of rules or authority, an obsession with house/dance music and a strong interest in loitering around local fast food outlets.

    • MUZZA 5 years ago

      Lol MUZZA = chav!!! Rave on…….!!!

      We need a site night out!!

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        “a love of cars, a general distaste for any kind of rules or authority, an obsession with house/dance music and a strong interest in loitering around local fast food outlets.”

        pretty much summed you up there 😉 😉

        Milesey

  63. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Velez still 0-0 btw
    Betting now 21/10 10/11 6/4

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      yes i am watching it, looks like it’s going to be a draw, but both have had chances. Chris Guy ” ACE ” and his ring of honour ha ha, 😉

      Milesey

    • Guido 5 years ago

      Did ya go for draw then Muzz??..I wizna gonna bothrr /didn’t realise it kicked oof but talked maself into it!! hahaha..13/8 with 3 score on. I don’t mind backing draws..if I don’t fancy a winner overly quite happy to put it on?…

  64. al 5 years ago

    It is difficult to pinpoint what characteristics define a muzza, however there are consistencies between muzzas :-) :-) :-)

  65. Guido 5 years ago

    hahaha..classic!!! :-) Muzza you win the Mr Fixit lookalike contest with the Rolllllaaaaaaaand from Grange Hill comment..surely that’s worth a free 25 quid bet Paul?? :-) wonder wha Rolllaaaand does now..probabaly works behind a kebab counter in Befffnall Green???

  66. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Yeah lol. I’m also a designer. Visit my website

    http://www.christopherguy.com

  67. al 5 years ago

    Guido /ˈɡwiːdoʊ/ is a slang term for a lower-class or working-class urban Italian American. The guido stereotype is multi-faceted. Originally, it was used as a demeaning term for Italian Americans in general. More recently, it has come to refer to Italian Americans who conduct themselves in a thuggish, overtly macho manner.[1] The time period in which it obtained the latter meaning is not clear, but some sources date it to the 1970s or 1980s.[2][3][4]

    • Guido 5 years ago

      hahaha..thanks Al….but you can call me Eddie if I can call u Aaaaaaaallllllllll 😉

  68. al 5 years ago

    Any tips for tomorrow guys I willing to stake £76 on the comp

    • Guido 5 years ago

      Al – Sevilla 7/5 for me

      • al 5 years ago

        Guido I want to stake £76 to win about £500

        • Guido 5 years ago

          Slowly slowly catchee monkey Al?..go for one of Mileseys hot doubles..usually pretty good offering

  69. al 5 years ago

    Need about £500

  70. Milesey 5 years ago

    No point posting any tips on here is there ? going to get all deleted and a new thread put up 😉 Mr F is sitting there now waiting to do it haha 😉 and when we all try to get on tomorrow, computer says ” NO “,

    Milesey

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, won’t get deleted. Don’t my mind a bit of fun, it’s when it starts getting bitter is when we hit the delete button.

  71. MUZZA 5 years ago

    RAAAAGGGIIINNNGGG!

  72. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Joe Ledley anytime @ 13/2. £60 returns £450 :-) that’s close enough.

  73. al 5 years ago

    That’s looks good Chris

  74. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Night all!

  75. al 5 years ago

    Laters muzz a

  76. Milesey 5 years ago

    so…….. how did you get involved as a tipster then Mr F ? was it when the Krankies broke up and you needed another job ? 😉 😉

    Milesey

    • Guido 5 years ago

      hahah :-) Milesy what time does your stint start/do you have to work weekends?

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        No weekends for me, saturday once a year, on National day, 8.30am i start.. got a few trips out beginning of next week to a few yards for the build up to cheltenham.

        Milesey

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, I joined the Record sports desk in 1993 and there was a guy, Alan McMillan, doing the Mr Fixit column. He was asked round about then to do something else and Mr Fixit was passed to me because I liked a bet. Started off about five paragraphs then half a page and now two pages on a Saturday and whatever else I can get midweek.

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        so what happened to Alan ? is he now MR FIXED IT 😉

        Milesey

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          Milesey, you won’t see the Record but he does a really popular column in Monday’s paper called On the Record. Readers basically ask him any question about football and he answers it for example: My first game was watching Clydebank against Raith Rovers in 1975. Give me teams and scorers please?

          • Milesey 5 years ago

            well if that was your first game surely you can remember the teams and scorers yourself ? whats up with you, got some kind of memory lapse 😉

            Milesey

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              Mr Fixit 5 years ago

              Milesey, I know it’s shocking eh. Pretty sure Bankies lost 2-1 but went on to win the league that year on goal difference from Raith.

  77. Milesey 5 years ago

    booooooooooom VELEZ just scored 4 mins left of the game

    Milesey

    • Guido 5 years ago

      Aye..did u do Velez Milesey?

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        no, i did the draw ha ha ha

        nevermind

        Milesey

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          Milesey, I’m calling it a night and I’ll speak to my lawyer in the morning and get him to look at the comments before admin wake up and see that users of the this site are officially MENTAL!

  78. Craig alves 5 years ago

    boyd and mcfadden both to score 23/2 wi boylesport although only ladbrokes and boylesport giving odds for boyd, 15/8 13/8, skybet top shop by far for mcfadden anytime at 9/2. cld be no bad bet if both start but doubt any of them will

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Craig, pretty sure neither Boyd or McFadden will start but both might come on depending how the games are going.

  79. John 5 years ago

    Just out of curiosity, has Ledley ever scored in consecutive games for Celtic?

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      John, I don’t know, a Celtic fan might know. That would be one for our On the Record column.

    • Bryan 5 years ago

      The answer is yes, John.

      He scored against Caley and then Rangers in the 10/11 season and he scored against Hearts and then Caley last season.

  80. Mikey 5 years ago

    Premier league darts

    MVG+Taylor double 0.96/1
    Thornton 6/4
    MVG over 3.5 180s 10/11

    All bet365

  81. mark talbot 5 years ago

    Anone know the rules regarding cowdenbeath v Patrick game abandoned. After 80mins I did btts and over 2.5 goals with hills and coral. Do I get paid out?.can anyone advise. Thanks.

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Mark, you will definitely get paid. Any settled bets are winners such as HT, first scorer, btts etc. You wouldn’t get paid on a Cowdenbeath win and any draw or Partick bets will be voided as are last scorer, over 3.5 goals etc.

  82. Craig alves 5 years ago

    you should get paid out on both as the bers are already up therefore can be settlee, ma pal had £20 double partick Bolton and sktbet paid out last night

  83. FATHEAD 5 years ago

    MORNIN MR F I KNOW SOMETIMES THE BANTER ON HERE GETS OUT OF HAND BUT LAST NIGHTS WAS FUNNY AS FECK. MANAGED TO KNOCK MY BACARDI OVER LAUGHING.GREAT SITE.GREAT TIPS

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Fathead, didn’t have a problem with last night’s banter. It’s when folk start slagging each other’s tips or go down the Old Firm road that things get out of head.

  84. mark talbot 5 years ago

    Thanks Craig.

  85. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Mark you will def get paid out on both as they were still winners before the game was abandoned. Same as if you had a first goalscorer

  86. John Connor 5 years ago

    1 bet today,Mouscron Peruwelz @ 10/11 bet365

  87. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Just stuck £10 on Rogne first goal 55/1 @ Betfair

  88. John 5 years ago

    Chris i’ve a feeling Motherwell are going to score 1st tonight, being at home and against Celtic they’ll be up for it so i think 1st scorer will be a home player

  89. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    John Motherwell have not won or even scored in their last 3 games, I think Celtic will win this one comfortably, possibly to nil.

  90. david 5 years ago

    Come on then chelsea to win 3-2 at 25/1. celtic, st johnstone , dag & red and st mirren to win???

  91. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Thanks for that Bryan, I tried searching this season then gave up. Don’t thinks its relevant anyway, I’m site you’ll agree of he’s going to score he’s going to score. With Brown still out he’s taken on the role of the team captain. He will also be out to continue impressing Neil Lennon with him a out to be offered a new contract. He might score and he might not but with his double at the weekend I simply can’t ignore him at 18/1 for first goal and 13/2 anytime.

  92. Mr H 5 years ago

    John I’m a Celtic fan and I’d say back hogs on 1st goal and Celtic too win 3-2. Optimistic but 3-2 away results have been handy lately

  93. Bryan 5 years ago

    If you’re ever looking for player stats just google the players name and then ESPN stats.

    http://espnfc.com/player/_/id/45409/joe-ledley?cc=5739

  94. Jamie Aitken 5 years ago

    William Hill giving 2/1 on Madrid to beat Barca on Saturday at the Bernabeu….after watching last night’s game that could be a steal!!!!

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Jamie, my only fear about Madrid on Saturday is whether they’ll bother too much as it’s La Liga which they have basically given up on.

  95. Carl D 5 years ago

    I really like the look of Chelsea -1 tonight. @ 23/20.

    Boro in no sort of form, lots of injuries and ineligible players (Ameobi, Dyer, McEachran) should be an easy win for chelsea.

    Also might double it with the Bayern win, Bayern in red hot form and Dortmund conceding a few with main strikers out.

  96. John 5 years ago

    I must ask who this Hogs player is :-)

  97. Milesey 5 years ago

    HOME AND AWAY DOUBLE
    WEDNESDAY 27TH FEB 2013

    Bet 1: PSG (HOME) @ 1.6
    Bet 2: Benfica (AWAY) @ 2.12

    ————————————

    Zwolle claimed their first ever victory over PSV a few short weeks ago and while they are still outsiders for this clash, despite having home advantage, PSV are just too short at 1.5 to get the job done in 90 minutes. That’s why, at the prices, I have to make them my lay of the day.

    Lay PSV v Zwolle @ 1.5

    Milesey

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      Todays Multiple
      —————

      Back Sevilla @ 2.4 (7/5)
      Back Chelsea @ 1.4 (2/5)
      Back Over 2.5 Goals in Bayern Munich v Dortmund @ 1.66(4/6)
      Back Under 2.5 Goals in Bari v Verona @ 1.61 (8/13)
      The Multiple pays approximately 8.98 (8/1)

      Milesey

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        BET Of The DAY
        —————

        Back Both Teams to Score @ 1.8 in Anderlecht v Zulte Waregem

        Milesey

        • Bryan 5 years ago

          Milesey, you know you can get 19/20 with Coral for the Anderlecht btts bet?

      • AC 5 years ago

        You can make that accumulator more tasty by altering it to Chelsea -1 or Chelsea -2

        • Milesey 5 years ago

          -1 at evens is the highest i would go, midweek, travelling north, are they really going to be up for this game ? Leave it for you to decide.

          Milesey

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          AC, that’s your choice. I’ve put up my treble, people can take or leave it, add to it, whatever. As I said I’m tempted to go with Chelsea, Celtic, PSG, Ajax, Bayern, Bordeaux, Lorient and Nancy. But I don’t do eight-team accers and I’m sure at least one would beat me – just don’t know which one.

  98. AC 5 years ago

    After their poor performance at the weekend I think they will be looking to smash a few goals in and boro’ are really weakened for this game, They travelled up yesterday morning so will be all ready to rumble … 3-0 or 4-0 tonight, Chels usually do well against boro

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      Someone put big money on chelsea 6-0 in Coral this morning and i laughed in their face. Remember whats happened to the likes of Arsenal when travelling North in midweek, teams just do not like doing. i’d give it 2-0 chelsea, 3-1 chelsea at the max, they do not want to play for Rafa, so up for this game, i doubt that very much to be honest.

      Milesey

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        Mr Fixit 5 years ago

        Milesey, I’m happy to go with minus one. Boro have been poor but should be up for it.

  99. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Celtic, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid all to win in 90 mins @ 6/1 with Boylesports

  100. Milesey 5 years ago

    I am happy with a -1 especially at evens, Chelsea will win, but not by these big scores that are being chucked around, unless Boro just throw in the towel. Can’t see many goals in the 1st half, maybe Chelsea scrapping it 1-0, but i see alot more coming in the 2nd half. Maybe draw 1st half / chelsea win offers some value. More goals in the second half, 3-1 chelsea would be a nice scoreline.

    Milesey

  101. Milesey 5 years ago

    I’m happy to pick a few out of my tips tonight, for some high stakes 😉 😉

    Milesey

    ———————–

    HOME AND AWAY DOUBLE
    WEDNESDAY 27TH FEB 2013

    Bet 1: PSG (HOME) @ 1.6
    Bet 2: Benfica (AWAY) @ 2.12
    —————-

    Lay PSV v Zwolle @ 1.5

    —————–

    Back Sevilla @ 2.4 (7/5)
    Back Chelsea @ 1.4 (2/5)
    Back Over 2.5 Goals in Bayern Munich v Dortmund @ 1.66(4/6)
    Back Under 2.5 Goals in Bari v Verona @ 1.61 (8/13)
    The Multiple pays approximately 8.98 (8/1)

    ——————

    BET Of The DAY
    —————

    Back Both Teams to Score @ 1.8 in Anderlecht v Zulte Waregem

    ——————–

    Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund, Wednesday 19:30, ESPN, Match odds: Bayern 1.76, Dortmund 5.2, The Draw 4.1
    Back Bayern Munich to score in both halves @ 2.6
    Back Mario Mandzukic to score @ 2.1
    ————————————-

    Sevilla v Atletico Madrid, Wednesday 21:00, Sky Sports 2, Match odds: Sevilla 2.5, Atletico Madrid 3.0, The Draw 3.5
    Back Alvaro Negredo to score @ 2.74
    Back Sevilla to score two or more goals @ 2.4

    ———————–

    Chelsea V Boro
    Back the second half to contain the most goals @ 2.12

    ————————

    PSG to win with a handicap of -1 @ 2.94

    ————————-

    Milesey

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, right I’m off out for a few hours, check in about 6pm. I can see it being a good night if the favourites win but there is always a possibility of it going wrong in cup games.

  102. AC 5 years ago

    ha it was only a suggestion to beef up both your accy’s … I think -2 is do-able for Chelsea but it does depend on who they have in goal if its Cech then should be a clean sheet, if it’s Turnbull then boro could possible get 1

  103. Ian bomber Harris 5 years ago

    I am going for Chelsea HT/FT , over 2.5 in German cup , daggers to beat a hungover Bradford treble pays over 12/1

  104. Madi 5 years ago

    Falcao to score anytime is worth a look at 2.15

  105. Seamus 5 years ago

    Chelsea bayern celtic enhanced treble at 3/1 with paddy power!

    A will defo be on that! Good luck lads

  106. Stevie H 5 years ago

    Salzburg
    Anderlecht
    Ajax
    St Mirren v Hearts – btts
    Invernsss v Dundee Utd – btts
    Negredo Anytime goal

    acuum pays around 18/1

  107. Danny 5 years ago

    4 Homes
    Stuttgart
    Ajax
    Anderlecht
    Chester

    4 Aways
    PSV
    Olympiacos
    AustriaVienna
    StJohnstone

    Treble – Fenerbahce – RapidVienna – Zaglebie

    Single – Benfica 2 Score In Both Halves

    Both 2 Score
    Sevilla-Athletico
    Bari-Verona
    HadjukSplit-Zagreb
    Arbroath-Alloa

    Goalscorer Treble
    Leigh Griffiths (Hibernian)
    Billy McKay (Inverness)
    Nahki Wells (Bradford

    Bonkers Bet – Bayern 3 – Dortmund 1

  108. FATHEAD 5 years ago

    HA HA MUZZA
    YOU THROW IN THE BAIT
    AND YOU CATCH A WHOPPER EH 1

  109. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Seven……..

  110. FATHEAD 5 years ago

    666 LOL

  111. Seamus 5 years ago

    Going just shut up the pair of you!

    Anyways, done a five gold tonight also. First time in ages I have done more than a treble.

    St Johnstone
    Benfica
    Bayern
    Chelsea
    Celtic

    Good luck gents

  112. John Henderson 5 years ago

    FA Cup Matches Middlesbrough v Chelsea
    27-02-2013 19:45
    Handicap Betting
    Chelsea (-1.0) @ 11/10

    Scottish Premiership Motherwell v Celtic
    27-02-2013 19:45
    Handicap Betting
    Celtic (-1.0) @ 7/5

    German Cup Matches Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund
    27-02-2013 19:30
    Handicap Betting
    Bayern Munich (-1.0) @ 7/4

    Sit back and wait to collect :)

  113. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    BETS/TIPS FOR TONIGHT

    Chelsea Game

    Oscar First Goalscorer ew 9/1 @ Ladbrokes

    Celtic Game

    Ledley First Goalscorer @ 18/1 Coral
    Wanyama First Goalscorer @ 14/1 Betfred
    Wanyama Last Goalscorer @ 14/1 Betfred
    Ledley Anytime @ 13/2 Coral

    Bayern Munich Game

    Schweinsteiger First Goalscorer ew @ 12/1 Bet365

    Good luck everyone.

  114. Seamus 5 years ago

    18/1 FGS with Ledley! That’s a cracking price chris, if stokesy starts think he’s in with a shout – but 18/1 too good to refuse

  115. AC 5 years ago

    I think you can send them over to MR F via email and then he can confirm … Or you could just post your tips on here before the even happens

  116. Craig alves 5 years ago

    chris am wi the night fiver free bet as baines scored in last nights game and hadchim 1st so goin a double wincast at 20/1 or £100

    ledley/celtic 4/1

    oscar/chelsea 16/5

    took billy mackay/ict out at last minute as think thats gonna be an even game, £372 think teble paid

  117. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Good luck with that Craig.

  118. Turkish 5 years ago

    Next time I wount bother. Coz I can’t be asked with the crap I get. Ill keep my winnings to my self.

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Turkish, you’re welcome to put your winnings but it’s always better to post the tips first. I don’t know what kicked this off but some of your replies were uncalled for even if you were baited.

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        It kicked off for the bloke posts nothing, then comes on and says he has won all this money on certain teams, anyone can do this 24 hours after the event !

        Milesey

  119. John 5 years ago

    Just put a small stakes bet on Lorient to win, got them at Evens just after half time, good tip as i didn’t know much about that league

  120. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Seamus I agree, the fact he is as short as 10/1 and 3/1 elsewhere tells me the 18/1 and 13/2 on offer is too big. As always the price will only matter if he scores but it is a decent price. If Wanyama starts in midfield I will def be on him also @ 14/1 as he is generally available at 9/1 elsewhere and is due a goal.

  121. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Turkish put up your winnings if you want mate. Who cares if nobody believes you. I want through a phase of emailing my betting slips to Mr Fixit as I was getting fed up with people questioning my stakes/return. Now I couldn’t care less. People also on for a bit of banter so don’t take the bait.

    • Milesey 5 years ago

      well said ” ace steel ” and how is your ring of honour today 😉 😉

      Milesey

  122. Seamus 5 years ago

    Too true mate, in rich vein of form. Seems being benched for Juve game really motivated him, also Lenny has been saying he wants more goals added to his game. Can see big vic playing in middle, think rogne will play at the back. Can see midfield being Forrest wanyama Ledley commons.

    Here’s hoping to a comfortable game for the tic and a nice wee earner on Ledley. Good luck mate

  123. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Bayern Munich celebrates its 113th birthday today. Just a bit of useless info for you guys.

  124. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Seamus same with you mate

  125. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Milesey my rings on fire tonight, must have been dodgey cream on my mocha from Starbucks or the KFC for lunch take your pick.

  126. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    I’m fairness Turkey you should post your bets before kick off, if they win then all good, if they lose them so be it. There could be a slagging afterwards but its all in fun and part o the banter. Anyone could post comments after results have came in. Nobody getting at you, people just pointing something out.

  127. Bryan 5 years ago

    Chelsea have now gone from 4/9 to 4/7.

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Bryan, there are obviously problems but hopefully be Ok when they get out on the pitch. But money must be on Boro.

      • Milesey 5 years ago

        There isn’t money on either to be honest, odds shortened earlier to get the punters in, but still not happening, people avoiding the short price on chelsea and looking at handicaps instead.

        Milesey

  128. weordie 5 years ago

    So Bordeux suck, bust my free bet from paddypower already

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Weordie, that’s one problem with French games, should have taken Lorient who are in my treble or even just the treble.

  129. Peter Brown 5 years ago

    Gone With mr fixit Btts

    Chelsea -1 Celtic -1 st mirren v hearts draw treble

    Good luck

  130. Seamus 5 years ago

    STARTING XI
    1 Forster
    4 Ambrose
    25 Rogne
    6 Wilson K
    3 Izaguirre
    46 McGeouch
    33 Kayal
    16 Ledley
    49 Forrest
    10 Stokes
    88 Hooper

    Starting line up for celtic gents

  131. Bryan 5 years ago

    It seems Chelsea have rested a few players.

    Ferreira, Ake and Benayoun all start.

    Chelsea team vs Middlesbrough : Cech; Ferreira, Ivanovic,Terry, Bertrand; Ramires, Ake; Moses, Oscar, Benayoun; Torres.

  132. Danny 5 years ago

    while were at it with lines up Bayern going with strongest teams for cup game against dortmund

    While were at it with starting line ups

    Neuer
    Lahm vanBuyten Dante Alaba
    Martínez Schweinsteiger
    Kross
    Muller Robben Mandzukic

  133. Turkish 5 years ago

    Thanks chris guy I c were ur coming from about posting after game. But that was a one off I was jus showing how I won. N to be honest I dnt care if haters dnt believe.

  134. weordie 5 years ago

    Was just a £2 free bet Mr F so had to bulk it up with a lot of bets, just hate getting bust at the first one.

    Was hoping to get on Ledley 1st goal but pay didn’t go in in time, just means more money to lose on Saturday I guess.

  135. Craig alves 5 years ago

    “@bbcsportsound: Celtic starting XI v Motherwell: Forster, Matthews, Rogne, Wanyama, Izaguirre, Commons,
    Kayal, Rogic, Forrest, Samaras, Stokes

    seamus where u getting that line up, no ledley so there’s that f*cked. spoke to PP on phone and the guy told me it’ll just go on celtic single if ledley comes on after the 1st amd oscar/chelsea. sure he’s wrong but at least they’ve recorded him telling me so got a bit of a safety there haha

  136. Seamus 5 years ago

    Sorry for mistakes lads I got that from sky sports news app!

    Hope it has not had any factor in your bets.

    Sincere apologies lads

  137. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Really annoyed with Ledley not starting, totally threw me off so instantaneous decisions at the bookies there. Put on a number of bets. Didn’t realise that Betfred doing double delight on Celtic game. Anyway here are my bets all over the place lol.

    £50 ew Oscar first goal @ 9/1

    £40 Mandzukic first goal @ 7/2
    £50 Vine first goal @ 5/1
    Plus £10 double

    £60 Ledley anytime @ 13/2
    £30 Ledley first goal @ 18/1
    £100 Stokes first goal @ 5/1
    £10 Rogne first goal @ 55/1
    £20 Matthews anytime @ 18/1
    £20 Ht Motherwell Ft Celtic @ 25/1
    £5 Ht Celtic Ft Motherwell @ 70/1

    Good luck everyone. Time to dash home for a quick shower then off to start my nightshift!

  138. Craig alves 5 years ago

    I just tried to change ledley to wanyama but because it’s a free bet they can’t void bet, hope oscar does the business first then worry bout ledley coming on

  139. Seamus 5 years ago

    Really sorry gents, genuine mistake!

    Feel like a right knob just thought was doing a favour but that’s what it said. Can only apologise

  140. FATHEAD 5 years ago

    GOAL DROUGHT

  141. Guido 5 years ago

    No exactly a glut of goals in the first 30 mins eh?

  142. Seamus 5 years ago

    Just read what you said after line up Craig. I will buy you a beer burger at James young for you and mrs! LOL

    Hope Oscar does the damage, and celtic get finger out! Really sorry mate

  143. Craig alves 5 years ago

    bet was already on seamus, stupid really not seeing the line ups but looks beat already wi celtic gettin beat, 1st out on the poker tae haha treating it lke a game of zynga poker:)

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Craig, how was the poker? Celtic pretty shocking so far but at least Chelsea have scored.

  144. MUZZA 5 years ago

    Chelsea 1-0 Ramirez strike off Torres ass & in!! Lol

  145. Seamus 5 years ago

    Cheers Pau/Craig appreciate not receiving hate posts LOL! Cektic not looking good at all, should still win though! Win lose or draw though – hail hail

  146. Seamus 5 years ago

    As I posted big sammy! Oh ah samaras ! Boom – game on

  147. Craig alves 5 years ago

    was no bad but a was just going in wi every hand so never done too well, on a table the now wi $2 as had free $8 for opening account so just getting used to it, not got the patients tae sit for hours playing poker tho, celtic equalise tho :)

  148. Seamus 5 years ago

    Hooper winner am feeling it

  149. weordie 5 years ago

    Seems Motherwell aren’t feeling it

  150. Seamus 5 years ago

    Sound weordie – as previous post says win lose or draw? Forever faithful son :-)

  151. weordie 5 years ago

    Don’t need to tell me mate, I’m a season ticket holder at St James’ Park, I know all about the lose or draw part

  152. Seamus 5 years ago

    Tbh bit defensive on my part mate, Newcastle fan then understand the passion LOL

  153. Striker 5 years ago

    Looks like the super single is coming in!

  154. Craig23_50 5 years ago

    Nice one Mr F did your treble thought Dortmund were going to sneak a goal to blow it out but happy days it stayed 1-0 to Bayern good stuff :-)

  155. Striker 5 years ago

    Oh shit

  156. Seamus 5 years ago

    Really need to stop backing my team on my bets, nonetheless where we didn’t turn up Motherwell did! Deserved in my opinion, hats off!

    Still pissed off though

  157. Ian bomber Harris 5 years ago

    Mr fixit absolutely feel sick I never do five folds your right one always lets you down check this done Chelsea , bayern , lorient , PSG , and you guessed it who let me down for a 20/1 Acca …………. Celtic !!!!! #gutted :(

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Ian, it’s why I just put up the treble. I was tempted to take more teams but had a feeling there would be a few surprises – but spotting them is the key.

  158. madi 5 years ago

    falcao delivers :) everytime uve backed him hes scored

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Madi, he’s some player is Falcao. I missed him when he was out injured.

  159. madi 5 years ago

    *ive

  160. Stevie R 5 years ago

    St Johnstone has just done me outta a lovely wee quad … £20
    Chelsea -1
    bradford (draw )
    PSG -1 & st Johnstone 2-2 (dundee down to ten men (66 mins) unbelievable! !!!

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Stevie, yeah it was a shocker, last-minute goal with 10 men. Fancied Saints as well.

  161. Ian bomber Harris 5 years ago

    What did you do in the end Mr F ?? I appreciate the feedback , only had a £5 on the five fold but gutting when so close especially when a 8/15 selection lets you down , big singles way forward for me

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Ian, I went big on the treble and added three for a small sixfold, permed them and got beat by Ajax. Other two were Chelsea and Stuttgart so fivefold returns my stake.

  162. John 5 years ago

    Oh well lads, onto the weekend, one thing i’ve learned from tonight is favorites can’t be trusted

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      John, the problem as I said early today is that each of them look good on their own but put them all together and it’s tough to get a big accer up. If you pick five teams you need to beat the bookies 5-0. Go for a single and 1-0 does you. But you can’t beat the thrill of landing a big accer.

  163. Madi 5 years ago

    Lovely goal aswell mr f. Was only watching the game for him to score as soon as he did I switched it off lol

  164. Seamus 5 years ago

    Tonight reiterated two things; never back your team; never more than a treble – too risky!

    Roll on weekend, unlucky with super single Paul

  165. carl d 5 years ago

    More relieved tonight rather than anything having taken Chelsea -1, lucky first goal then a bit of Hazard class to give Moses a tap in. 2 nights on the trot now that my bets have scraped in, add the weekend to that and its a hat trick. Really hope that this weekend gives a win but with a margin!!

    Early tip that stands out, bristol Rovers to win, bristol Rovers to score 2+. both well over evens and Burton conceding for fun!!

  166. Danny 5 years ago

    next 2 nothing on Thursday….anyway

    -1 Double @ 5/1 – Lens – PAOK

    Treble @ 5/1 – ClubBrugge – Bursaspor – WislaKrakow

  167. Seamus 5 years ago

    Danny ma man! Your sleeping must be up your arse LOL!

    Am off betting until Saturday mate, pay weekend so going to spank a whack on single double most. Hopefully help pay lawyers to try get my 6points admonished!

    Hope all is well your end mate :-)

    • Danny 5 years ago

      aye mate ma sleepin patterns are nonsense wouldnt be a bad idea to get rid of espn that way id have nae fitbaw to watch at stupid oclock

      that wouldnt be a bad idea spending money on something like that murder if you lost your license plenty on at weekend to get a few winners up mate but il be tuned into El clasico( weird ko time of 3pm but doesnt bother me (11pmWST)

      everys bran spanking oor this neck ae the woods mate everythin cooshdee in Scotland

  168. FATHEAD 5 years ago

    DID YOUR TREBLE TONITTE MR F
    LORIENT {FROM HALF TIME .ONLY GOT IN LATE }
    CHELSEA
    BAYERN
    NICE PROFIT THANX

  169. Chris Guy 5 years ago

    Very bad night for me. Celtic were atrocious but I blame Neil Lennon for putting out such a stupid teamninnthr first place. Ledley scores twice on Sunday and is rewarded by being stuck on the bench. Hooper on bench too. To make matters worse I had £20 on ht Motherwell ft Celtic @ 25/1. At 1-1 I thought good chance of £520 back…..

  170. John 5 years ago

    I only do singles or doubles really, unless it’s both to score and then i generally go up to 4….like you say you can’t beat the feeling of landing a big accumulator but i’m not that big of a gambler yet :-)

  171. John 5 years ago

    I didn’t put money on it chris but i had a feeling Motherwell would score first

  172. Craig alves 5 years ago

    free £10 from betway andbstuck it on seville double chance at 2.55, the question is how times do I have to bet the tennee before I can withdraw anything haha playing money a suppose for the top treble at the wknd

  173. Seamus 5 years ago

    Can only imagine, sounds hammered!

    Aye would help to lawyers fees, not losing been driving more than two years but cos in justice course can plead special circumstance costs more but worth the risk – lets be honest we all know about risks! Hopefully odds on I get admonished, but aye everything sound ma man! Pay day the mawra so plenty bevy women and can guarantee all be spaced more than Neil Armstrong ever was!

    Here’s hoping to a big win at weekend! Glad is well, here Danny YouTube this number duck sauce, song is anyways .

    • Danny 5 years ago

      fingers crossed you get admonished mate result fur ye gettin payed fur the weekend sounds like yer plannin a heavy wan (spaced more than armstrong) belter be stealing that wan

      aye its a nice wee feel good tune get that fuul blast on saturday so a will when its no 7am

  174. Seamus 5 years ago

    Last bit of comment must have been taken off but was you would have a cheeser even if your mrs was doing the dirty listening, it would be smile then smash. Uplifting as personally lol

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Seamus, just watch the language as we get complaints. That’s why it was deleted.

  175. Seamus 5 years ago

    Better believe! If you like that saying mate watch human traffic, and you will understand every bit of that film! All about music and the odd wee pill!

    Take it easy ma man.

    • Danny 5 years ago

      lol all look into human traffic it rings a vague bell but my memorys not to clever

      snd buddy enjoy yersel…dont do a me stay off the site when foamin oot the mooth

  176. Craig alves 5 years ago

    keegan and Smith seamus???

  177. Seamus 5 years ago

    You know it Craig mate! Went to kw law up boulevard instead of Keegan smiths up Grampian court in dedridge? Tens mins late! How do you know lol? Best lawyer criminal wise is jerry brand, don’t get me wrong am no criminal, law abiding cirizen according to her majesty LOL!

    Aye human traffic will ring a bell or two Danny! Nice one bruuvaaaaaaaaaaa

  178. Seamus 5 years ago

    Apologies again Paul! Should probably save that comment ready for the paste LOL

  179. Craig alves 5 years ago

    gerry bann yi mean :) ur right there but av bn wi keegan smith since was 16 and still wi them, got me few results over yrs but f*cked me over couple times tae. mustve made them thousands when a was younger but aw part ae growing up a say, changed man now that gt responsibilties and that so dinnae need lawyers anymore haha hope case goes awrite fo yi :)

  180. Seamus 5 years ago

    Aye Gerry the man mate! Saw few cases he has spanked the PF. Boy knows his job, got my pal out remand and tag for attempted armed robbery. If your f***** that’s your man! Like I say only driving offence and I am law abiding young lad – goldwn rulw dont get caught i heard! if your from Bathgate you know MacArthies? Utter mugs bog hall area?

    Anyways hope all had good night :-)

  181. Craig alves 5 years ago

    nah am fi linlithgow originally but got ma own house in bgate for last 6-7 years, trying to get swap back down but council beimg c*nts haha more hassle than its worth now, ur right tho dinnae get caught haha

  182. Seamus 5 years ago

    True that mate ! Have a good week speak weekend and don’t worry wont be announcing line ups! All the best lads

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