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Soccer Odds: Whelan confident that Martinez will stay with Wigan
By David Rose Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:58
David Whelan, Wigan chairman, believes that manager Roberto Martinez will stay with the club after leading them to the first major trophy with great soccer odds.
Soccer betting fans saw that on Saturday, Martinez’s players were able to seal a victory in the FA Cup final with a dramatic 1-0 win at Wembley over Manchester City, with Ben Watson heading a winning goal for the relegation-threatened side at injury-time.
The Spaniard received plenty of praise for keeping the club in the Premier League with very good soccer odds since he joined Wigan in 2009, and was linked with making a move away after his achievements with the DW Stadium outfit.
Tennis Scores: Nadal wins third ATP Mutua Madrid Open title
By David Rose Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:54
Rafael Nadal won his third ATP Mutua Madrid Open title after defeating Stanislas Wawrinka 6-2 6-4, and fans everywhere saw some very impressive tennis scores.
Tennis betting fans saw that the Spaniard won in only 71 minutes on the Caja Magica, recording his fifth title on his seventh consecutive final since returning to action from a knee injury that left him on the sidelines for seven months.
Nadal, ranked fifth, made it to his 55th career title, which is his 40th one on clay, while moving his head-to-head record to 9-0 against the Swiss with very good tennis scores.
Soccer Betting: Blackmore believes that nobody will ever equal Ferguson
By David Rose Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:43
Clayton Blackmore, former Manchester United utility man, said that nobody will ever match what Alex Ferguson did for the team, and soccer betting fans believe that it will be very difficult to equal what the Scot was able to do.
Manchester United’s fans, including those who bet soccer, were shocked to learn that on Wednesday the Premier League champions announced that Ferguson would retire at the end of the season, bringing to an end a 27-year trophy-laden spell at the helm.
And fans that follow the club and bet soccer learned that Blackmore, who the 71-year-old brought into the team before making for United 251 appearances, said that nobody will ever be able to equal the Scot.