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After two shocking days as a punter for me but great to watch this festival as a spectacle. I'm back with a blog for day 3, taking you through the card :)
When I first looked at this race I thought DYNASTE would be my lay of the day but seeing as this is not a very strong renewal, I think it will take a lot of beating but it is not value at current ...
PDC Darts star Michael van Gerwen was at The Porters Lodge in London on Monday night to officially announce his sponsorship with Bodugi.com - and was joined by personalities from the world of Horse Racing to help raise funds for the Injured Jockeys Fund and the Darts charity 'Heart of Darts'.
Racing personalities such as Channel 4 presenters Nick Luck and Tanya Stevenson, along with National Hunt Jockeys including Richie Killoran, Sam Jones, and AP Cawley were pitted against the PDC World Championship finalist. Each of their scores were converted to cash to be donated to the I.J.F ...
Bodugi.com hit the road for the first time to meet football fans and punters on a night of dramatic European football.
The crew moved into the newly-opened Sports Bar and Grill in London’s Waterloo Station to mingle with 250 supporters in the midst of two major upsets for British teams.
Arsenal lost an unbeaten home record in Europe stretching back to 2009 when they went down 2-0 to Schalke whilst Manchester City tripped up in Amsterdam, losing 3-1 to Dutch legends Ajax.
The Premier League teams were clear favourites to win both games, so it was a night ...
Frankel will almost certainly be the shortest priced horse with the conventional bookmakers at the 2012 QIPCO Champions Day, and his odds-on price certainly looks warranted considering he’s 13/13 in all races, nine of which came in Group 1 Company. There were some doubts about Frankel handling the extra two furlongs he faced for the first time at York in August, but he still was sent off odds-on for his debut try at 1m2f. He handled it with aplomb and won like any short priced horse should. Sir Henry Cecil has been criticised for a lack of ambition ...
What is the point of the Europa League?
And I don’t ask that as a fan of a club that is not competing in Europe.
I’m actually asking the question in order to sympathise with fans who find themselves involved.
My heart sinks when my team finishes a season and I realise that we have qualified for the grandly titled, but completely superfluous Europa League.
It means you could be starting the following season as early as late July and by November you could be flying off to Eastern Europe to some God-forsaken outpost and not return until ...
The mind-set of modern young footballers sometimes worries me.
Jack Rodwell, one of the finest young prospects in the game has left Everton and gone to Manchester City. It was an unlikely transfer because for the last couple of years it has been prophesised that Rodwell was on his way to Manchester United, having caught the eye of Sir Alex Ferguson.
One possibility is that Manchester United lost interest because of the 21 year-old’s fitness record. His career peaked in November last year when he starred for England against Sweden but he’s been dogged by rib and hamstring ...
I'm back again with a Big Bodugi Bath Blog Bonanza!
Nice to be back on Bodugi as have been off it for over a week or so. Been working hard to get my pennies to play Bodugi with! Haha
I expect you have all been enjoying the hot weather recently! I think everyone will agree it's about time! Even Leicester managed to stage a meeting last night, and who knows - it might actually be a Glorious Goodwood next week after all!
So to my Bodugi social betting selections today. Today's blog is going to concentrate ...
England might not go all the way in the European Championships but victory is already assured in the diplomatic stakes.
The squad of players based in Krakow have become the greatest sporting ambassadors we have ever sent abroad. And I hope they get the credit for it when they return.
But they might not for one very specific reason. They are footballers.
The establishment works in a very funny way in this country. If you are a cricketer or a rugby player you become “high-spirited” in your celebrations after a victory.
But if you’re a footballer you become a ...
You might find this hard to believe but I’ve spent the hours after England’s fabulous victory in Kiev battling against the doom-mongers who can only find negativity in our thrilling performance.
What is wrong with these people. Texts, tweets and e-mails have been hitting my machine with the most ridiculous messages. The “ne’er do-gooders” seem to have three principle complaints.
1. The Swedish team was the weakest we have seen for 30 years.
2. Theo Walcott’s performance was just a freak of nature.
3. Wayne Rooney won’t be worth his place against the Ukraine.