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Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016

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British bookmakers have suffered their heaviest losses ever on football this weekend, estimated at over £25 million pounds, due to what has been described as a ‘perfect storm’ in terms of football results. Simon Clare, Coral spokesman, explained, “The football results on Saturday were absolutely shocking for bookmakers. Fourteen of the top fifteen best backed selections all won yesterday and by this morning thousands of small stakes punters across Britain had landed winning accumulators paying £500 or more.”
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016

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January 11, 2014
What I like most about betting football accumulators at Betvictor is the "UK long match list" which lists all of the weekend football games in an easy to read format and makes putting together an accumulator super easy. If I had one complaint about it though it is that it is too easy to add in games that take place on the sunday or are early/late kick offs which can either kill the action before it has begun or leave you sweating on the late Sunday kick off.
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016

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Date
November 30, 2013
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This week I've picked a fivefold Premier league accumulator coombining three home wins with two draws to make a very respectable return of £870.30 for a £10 stake at Betvictor. All five games kick off at 3PM so it should provide us with some good entertainment throughout the afternoon. Here are your games: Norwich v Crystal Palace Cardiff v Arsenal Everton v Stoke West Ham v Fulham Aston Villa v Sunderland
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016

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A second 4-1-3 week on the trot. We are nothing if not consistent! Here are last weeks results Birmingham 1 Blackpool 0 11/8 Millwall 1 Barnsley 0 21/20 Bristol City 0 Sheffield United 1 11/8 MK Dons 2 Bradford 3 1/1 Shrewsbury 1 v Notts County 0  21/20 Plymouth 2 Dagenham 1 5/4 Portsmouth 1 Scunthorpe 2 11/10 Cheltenham 0 Newport 0 6/5
Football Accumulator £2 wins £985.64
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016

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Reducing the odds closer to evens has brought us a 4-1-3 week which is slightly worse than our previous four results! Let's get back to the knitting for this week! Here are last weeks results Aston Villa 2 Cardiff  0 Leicester 0 Notts Forest 2 Bolton 3 Millwall 1 Huddersfield 1 Birmingham 3 Brighton 3 Blackburn 0 Barnsley 0 Doncaster 0 Partick 0 St Mirren 3 Grennock Morton 2 Dumbarton 0
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016

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November 09, 2013
Yet another 4-2-2 week which makes our streak 4! This week I'm going to tighten up and include evens to try and get closer to the winner. Here are last weeks results: West Ham v Aston Villa 6/5 0-0 Birmingham v Charlton 11/8 0-1 Gillingham v Carlisle 23/20 1-0 MK Dons v Walsall 21/20 1-0 Bristol City v Oldham 23/20 1-1 Peterbrough v Leyton Orient 21/20 1-3 Plymouth v Northampton 21/20 1-0 Cheltenham v York City 23/20 2-2
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016
Before we dive into this week's football accumulator let's have a quick recap of last week's action to find out where we are. Here are the games from last week: Hull v Sunderland – Draw 12/5 1-0 West Ham v Aston Villa Home win 6/5 0-0 West Bromwich v Crystal Palace Home win 4/7 2-0 Arsenal v Liverpool Draw 5/2 2-0 One out of four then which is disappointing so what's the verdict?
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016
Last weeks fourfold accumulator never looked like bringing home the bacon as Aston Villa lost another home fixture and the alarm bells will be starting to ring for Villa fans. Which was a shame really because we managed three out of four and we would have had a good sweat on if Villa had managed to put up some resistance and look like gaining a draw. That’s the nature of the beast though, how many times do you hear your mates bemoaning the fact that one got away?
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K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016
It looks like we are being consistent in our results with another W4 D2 L2 weekend. Here are last weeks results: Wycombe 1 v Bury 2 5/4 Stenhousemuir 1 V Forfar 1 6/5 Brechin 3 v Arbroath 1 21/20 Tamworth 4 v Solihull 1 21/20 Staines 0 v Poole 0 21/20 Biggleswade 1 v Canvey Island 0 11/8 Workington 1 v Stourbridge 3 11/8 Saylybridge 2 v Leamington 1 6/5
Football Accumulator
K Kopfan   Updated January 25, 2016
One of the funniest things on television this week was a clean-shaven Roy Keane remarking that "he wouldn't lose any sleep" over the revelations in Sir Alex Ferguson's new book, imaginatively titled "my autobiography," painting Keane as a demonic monster. It was as if Ferguson had become horrified at the Frankenstein type character that he had helped to create and shipped him out before he could do any serious damage. In some ways Keane as a presenter reminds me of Graeme Souness, there is a dark brooding barely concealed menace lying just under the surface. It's like watching car crash TV, you just know that there is going to be one of those "moments" in their broadcasting career when they just can't contain the pent-up furious rage inside them.
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