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Soccer Betting: Pardew would be delighted to sign Zaha
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 29 December 2013 01:22
If the opportunity arises, Alan Pardew, Newcastle United manager, would be eager to sign next month Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha, and many soccer betting fans would not mind seeing this happen.
Price per head sportsbooks and many soccer betting fans saw that since the England Under-21 international completed a permanent move from Crystal Palace to Old Trafford at the end of last season, he only made two appearances in the Premier League from the substitutes’ bench.
Newcastle are one of various English top-flight clubs to be linked with a loan move for the player, but the team’s fans that bet soccer saw that this week United boss David Moyes revealed that he did not receive any interest in Zaha.
But pay per head services learned that on Thursday, Pardew confirmed his interest in taking the player to St James’ Park when the January transfer window arrives.
“He’s a Manchester United player as far as I’m concerned,” he said. “He’s a player I know well. He played for my old team (Palace).
“He was absolutely phenomenal when they got promoted, and he got a big move to Manchester United.
And soccer betting fans all over the world know very well what a great player he is.
“Unfortunately, his career has stalled, but if an opportunity arises, we’ll grasp it.
“If not, we won’t.”
Price per head sportsbooks and the team’s fans that bet soccer found out that the manager is also looking at securing a place next season in the UEFA Europa League, even though experience tells him that it is not easy to make an assault on Europe with the Premier League’s demands, and many soccer betting fans can see that he has a point.
“The Europa League causes massive problems for Premier League teams,” he said. “Swansea and Tottenham are feeling that.
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“The demands of the Premier League are much greater than other leagues. It’s something we’re wary of, but we’re chasing a European spot.”