SUPER SINGLE CONTEST: WEEKEND REVIEW

NO ONE took my lead as I backed Barnsley for a big Super Single for the second week running – but there were 35 winners posted.

The biggest success came from Derek Swanson and Badham with Southampton at 9-2 and Gerard Gallagher who picked Christian Benteke to score first at the same price.

Mr H put up the most impressive tip of Livi 2, Dumbarton 3 but his Super Single was the away win at 4-1.

Rory picked Jordan Rhodes to score first at 10-3 and John Connor picked Yeovil at 3-1.

Marc, Brian Thom, Fathead and Greg Browning were all on Wycombe at 6-4 while Tam TT backed Aston Villa at 13-8.

Other winners included Stephen Boyle, Gary F, John Henderson and Robbie D on Dundee United at 13-8 and Danny Gallagher with Burton at 12-5.

On the continent Danny went for over 1.5 first-half goals at 11-10 in the Dortmund v Hamburg game while Kirky took Bayern Munich at 13-8 minus two.

Three winners will be picked at random from all 35 to win a £10 free bet with bet365.

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21 Comments
  1. Mr H 5 years ago

    As i stated previously Paul i will donate any free bet winnings to a charity of your choice but aslong as its not Rangers lol

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Mr H, OK you can give it the Bankies and they’ll put your name up in lights in their programme.

  2. Mr H 5 years ago

    Ahhh Clydebank now theres a blast from the past. I will gladly donate too them Paul,im all for helping those who struggle in Scottish football and promoting the domestic scene

  3. Mr H 5 years ago

    Lets be honest Paul,outwith Celtic who has money in Scottish football. The German league is a shining example for every other football association…..Season 2009-10 Turnover of 2bn euros (£1.68m) for the first time in its 50-year history
    Fourteen of the 18 clubs had posted a profit – double the total from the 2009-10 period
    Highest average attendance figures of any of the top four European domestic leagues – more than the Premier League, Serie A and La Liga – with 44,293 spectators on average (about 10,000 more than the Premier League)

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Mr H, one of the keys to German success is cheap ticketing and many clubs in England and Scotland should be taking note.

      • Mr H 5 years ago

        Their average ticket price is a little over £19 which is incredible given their performances on the European stage. English football will suffer in the next 5-10 years in my opinion due to the new financial regulations that will come into force and i believe this will create an even playing field across the continent and benefit small nations like ourselves. Its not before time that these rules came into play too stop football being a billionaires playground. Average teams in England becoming competitive because of outside investment rather than interior growth

  4. Milesey 5 years ago

    ……… and my super single won

    Cristiano “w*nker” Ronaldo 2 or more Goals
    8/5 Bet365

    Milesey.

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Milesey, indeed but they’re not all mentioned. Too many, not enough time.

  5. Guido 5 years ago

    what the Germans do well is the associated food and drink and general well oiled efficiency at the stadium. Clean toilts/plenty room, not blocked of rivers of p*sh running over yer shoes/helpful staff. I have a bro in Germany/happened to be there at the time was at the Allianz Arena a few years back at a four team pre sesson tourney..Bayern, AC Milan, Barcelona and the Brazillian champs…2 games both went to pena;lties..in the stadium for about a total of 6 hours concoiurse was brilliant/swipe money say 20 euros and that was u/cood toip it up onto a “in house card” – none of this nonsense queing up for 25 mins missing half the second half waiting for some slack jawed dead eyed numbskull behind the counter that grunts n canna count and punters scraping aboot for change to pay for a greasy pie. They were allowed to sell beers and german sausages etc/good quality. 6 hours and no danger of the scran running oot before 10 past four!! People selling beer in the aisle with thon big pack on tyheir backs. Tickets if I recall were 60 euros for 4 of the best club sides in the world. Compared to the efficiency seen there…we are not at the races in Scotland nor the UK Im afraid.

    • Muzza 5 years ago

      GUIDO

      One of my best footy experiences was Werder Bremen vs Munchengladbach back in early 90’s. random game I know but we were just there! Beer on the terraces for the full game, no hassle, great laugh. There was only 6 of us and by the end of the game we had even managed to get the crowd behind the goal singing ” WOOOOHHHHH YOUR SHIT AAAAAAAAHHHHH!” As the keeper took his kicks!

      Brilliant!!

      • Guido 5 years ago

        Muzza, I would back u 100% on the German experience/nice atmosphere/good grub/clean/organised/every one spoke English/courteous and helpful. 6 hours n never ran oota tiddle squat. Went to see 2 gamesin same day as part of the Olympics at Hampden..Spain were pllayion ion 1 of them….spent 25 mins in a Q at h/t at first match and the stadium was half empty /waiting to fill up for Spain and it wizna even busy….the food was a joke…Fanta or water and a “steak pie” (F&&& knows what horsemeat content wiz in it??)…and if ya were so icline for the veggies a bean one…I swear that was the choice!! Think I wiz aboot 8 notes for 2 pies, 2 waters n a Fanta !!

        • Muzza 5 years ago

          BMW/ROVER say no more mate………

          The Germans do it right

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Guido, now that I follow the juniors I can appreciate how overpriced the Scottish senior game is. Fiver to see the Bankies and loads of fun trips to far-flung places. And the scran – can’t beat the chilli at Largs or the casserole at Irvine Meadow.

      • Guido 5 years ago

        No only that Paul…if you were to take the wife or kids or whatever to a Scottish senior match in the Premier league u be looking at a ton 20 by time ud bought a pie etc. that’s half a weks wages for sum individuals in full time jobs. Robbery. Went with daughter to Partick Thistle before xmas/she lves in Otago st/local club etc the match they beat Airdrie 7-0. £16 for me and she wiz a tenner as a student at GU…great day oot/good fitba and the Thistle fans were great/nice atmosphere/lots of parents with kids lotta young lassies in fact and families. Great stuff. Recommend it tho I thot £16 notes was bordering on pricey

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          Mr Fixit 5 years ago

          Guido, my Clydebank season ticket was £55 for myself and my son. The standard as far as I can tell is similar to Scottish Div 3 so that’s value although the grounds aren’t anything like Firhill although you could some tidy ones such Pollok, Auchinleck and Petershill.

  6. Mr H 5 years ago

    Amen too that Giudo, England may generate more money than any other league on the planet but they also spend more. Id rather watch Spanish or German football before the EPL anyday

  7. malcolm caithness 5 years ago

    When you’ve not got a system where a team drops out of league and a new team can come in it’s going to go stale and we can thank the Juniors for not wanting a pyramid system, How many years did East Stirling be bottom of Scottish 3rd Div and not be out of league

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Malky, I think the juniors would vote for a pyramid system now but the problem is most club’s facilities wouldn’t be up to league standard.

  8. Jonathan Grieve 5 years ago

    Big fan of German football myself. I remember seeing Paul say a while ago its a good idea when betting 2 try 2 concentrate on 1 league. I chose the Bundesliga and although my bets probably aren’t much more successful,I at least enjoy keeping up 2 date with the German game. On that note,my successful super single was Bayern Munich win both halves :)

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Jonathan, definitely helps to specialise in a few leagues rather than try to cover the world. I’m trying to keep an eye on the major ones of course but thinking about picking out one of the lower leagues, such as Dutch second division which has provided a lot of us with goals galore wins, and really specialising on it. Right, hitting the sack. Have all my tips picked for tomorrow and they can’t be worse than Monday’s.

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