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Bookie: Ba says that departure from Chelsea is ‘not definite’
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 22 April 2014 12:27
Demba Ba, Chelsea striker who’s very famous with bookies for his talent on the pitch, responded to newspaper reports that linked him with a move away by saying that his departure from the club is “not definite”.
UK bookmaker services and pay per head sportsbooks saw that the player found first-team opportunities difficult to come by under Jose Mourinho, but the player was rewarded with a start on Sunday at Swansea City after firing the Blues from the bench into the UEFA Champions League semi-finals in midweek, in a performance that impressed bookies everywhere.
And price per head services saw that the Senegal international was again on target as Chelsea clinched a 1-0 victory at the Liberty Stadium after the hosts saw defender Chico Flores sent off in the 16th minute.
However, pay per head sportsbooks and bookies learned that Ba did not want to commit his future to the Stamford Bridge outfit after the last whistle, telling BBC Sport: “No, it’s (departure) not definite.
And bookies saw that many fans were somewhat relieved when they learned about this.
“I’m a football player and I love playing football..
“I look forward to playing those 90 minutes next season, wherever that is.”
Bookies saw that when he reflected on his successful week, he said: “It has been a very good week for the whole club, the fans and my family.
“I always believe even though it’s hard when you don’t play, because fitness and confidence go down… I just said I would give everything and the goal came today.
“It was difficult today, especially for the strikers. They were defending very tight together.
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“The through ball for my goal was perfect from Nemanja Matic and I had to finish it for the team and I did.”
UK bookmaker services are very well aware of how talented Ba is, and the player’s progress will be closely followed by bookies and pay per head sportsbooks all over the world.