The Coronavirus pandemic has meant that a large majority of the world has been in lockdown and life as we know it grinding to a halt. Economies have been badly affected and sport being one of the industries that really took a big hit. However, improvements are now being made and it appears that normality could return soon enough.
If you’re looking to join forces with the Premier League you will need to swear your allegiance to Manchester United, Arsenal, Newcastle United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Leicester City or Chelsea. These are the top-performing teams of the EPL. The Premier League season runs between August and May.
Football is a very popular game for various sports fans all over the globe. Perhaps the simplicity of the game mechanics is the main reason why people are attracted to this sport. Add to this the marketing techniques implemented by the sponsors of the games to enhance the curiosity of the fans. If you are one football fan, then you would definitely be interested in some of the fun facts below.
There’s nothing like watching football on a Sunday afternoon. You’ve got your friends over, you’ve got your beverage, and you've got the sweet, sweet violence of brute strength and blinding speed. It’s a great time. Like all sporting events, what would make it even more interesting? Placing a wager.
Since Sir Alex Ferguson chose to retire, Manchester United have had their toughest time in the club's modern era. Following the meltdown when Ferguson's successor David Moyes was in charge, the two top managers Louis Van Gaal and José Mourinho, failed to take the biggest club in England back to the top. Is their current manager Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer now giving the fans a proper rebuild to believe in, for the first time in seven years?
If you have eyes, then you will have seen hundreds of sports betting adverts over the years. They’re everywhere. Now, if you’re a more avid follower of football then it’s highly plausible that Football Index isn’t a new concept to you. BetIndex Ltd who run the fast-growing platform label it the ‘future of betting' but is that really the case? Here we take a look how it varies to the traditional betting systems and answer that very question.
In 2007, Major League Soccer adopted the Designated Player Rule allowing clubs to usurp the league’s restrictive salary cap to add marquee players without affecting their wage structures. The rule changed MLS overnight as clubs could suddenly attract big-named players from outside the United States. The 2020 MLS season sees over 50 Designated Players competing across the league’s 26 teams.
Following the postponement and cancellation of the majority of sporting events due to the coronavirus, it seems we may be gearing up for some leagues to get underway again. Many of the postponements have been in place for a little over a month at this point, and whilst fans are going to have to wait for a while longer yet until the Euros take place as it was moved through to 2021, restrictions are being lifted across Europe and as such we may see a return to a regular football schedule.