7/2 For More Penalty Woes For Home Nations In 2014

Team GB caught the missed penalty bug, losing to South Korea and William Hill offer 7/2 that any of England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland exit World Cup 2014 on penalties. Hills also go 1/3 that Team GB make no appearance in the Olympic 2016 tournament.

“As soon as Saturday’s match went to penalties, there was only really going to be one outcome such is the resignation with which British players now view shootouts,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Will any of England, Wales, Scotland or NI be knocked out of World Cup 2014 on penalties: 7/2 yes; 1/6 no
*includes qualification play offs

Team GB to take part in Olympics tournament in Brazil: 1/3 no; 9/4 yes
*does not include qualifying

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

T: 0208 918 3746
M: 07850 518 164
E: jcrilly@williamhill.co.uk

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8/1 England Do Not Win A Shootout For At Least 10 Years

AGAIN England were beaten in a penalty shootout and William Hill are now betting on when they will actually win one and they are 8/1 to fail to win one until after Euro 2020.

“The hopes of a nation have once again been dashed from 12 yards and it is impossible to ever see England winning a shootout,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

On the plus side for William Hill, England’s exit has eliminated a £1m plus liability.

ENGLAND are 14/1 to win the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

Euro 2012 winner: 13/8 Spain; 13/8 Germany; 11/2 Portugal; 11/2 Italy

When will England next win a penalty shootout: 2/1 WC 2014; 5/2 Euro 2016; 5/1 WC 2018; 7/1 Euro 2020; 8/1 After Euro 2020

Further Information…Joe Crilly…07850 518 164

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Evens Another Prem Boss To Go On Or Before Xmas Day

UNHAPPY XMAS FOR AVRAM- OR ANYONE ELSE?

WITH Avram Grant apparently safe in his job at West Ham at least until Christmas, William Hill have lengthened their odds about him being the next Prem boss to go from 11/8 favourite to 7/4, and Roberto Mancini is now clear favourite at 13/8, after Hills took a flurry of three figure bets for him to go; with Roy Hodgson 7/2; and Messrs Holloway, Hughton and McCarthy all 12/1 shots.
‘Avram’s somewhat grudging temporary vote of confidence may just leave time for someone else to beat him to the exit at their club’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Grant is 11/8 with Hills still to be West Ham boss on the first day of next season, 8/15 not to be.

William Hill OFFER EVENS THAT ONE OR MORE PREMIER LEAGUE BOSSES IN THEIR JOBS TODAY WILL LEAVE THEIR CLUBS ON OR BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND 8/11 THAT NONE WILL DO SO.

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Liverpool Out – Rafa Too ?

LIVERPOOL OUT – RAFA, TOO?

WITH Liverpool’s exit from the Europa League, William Hill have made Rafa Benitez odds on to leave the club before the start of next season at 4/6, while quoting him at 11/10 still to be there. ‘Rafa’s Liverpool world has been crumbling slowly about him all season and he is now left clutching at straws with Liverpool 16/1 to finish 4th and qualify for the Champions League’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill NOW MAKE FULHAM 5/4 TO LIFT THE EUROPA LEAGUE, WITH ATLETICO MADRID THE 4/7 FAVOURITES. ‘Another match as underdogs will not faze Fulham’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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You Bet Hull Fans Browned Off

YOU BET HULL FANS BROWNED OFF

William Hill offer 5/4 that Phil Brown will no longer be Hull City manager on the final day of the Premiership season and 4/7 that he will still be in place. Brown has been backed down from 7/2 to 13/8 second favourite to be the next Premiership manager to leave his club after their Carling Cup exit to Everton.
Hull are now 4/7 to be relegated this season (5/4 to stay) and 11/4 to finish bottom of the table. They are 18/1 to pull off a shock win at Liverpool this weekend.
‘Hull fans are clearly not best pleased with their current form, although they will obviously be aware that Brown is the man who took them to their current heady heights and it is not that long ago that they were languishing in the bottom division of the Football League’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

William Hill; NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO….6/5 Hart; 13/8 Brown; 9/2 Megson; 6/1 McLeish; 16 Allardyce; Hughes; Martinez.
Hills: TO BE RELEGATED: 4/9 Portsmouth (!3/8 stay up); 4/7 Hull (5/4); 11/10 Burnley; 13/8 Birmingham; 9/4 Wolves; 9/2 Wigan; 5/1 Bolton.
TO FINISH BOTTOM: 11/8 Portsmouth; 11/4 Hull; 4 Burnley; 8 Birminngham; 9 Wolves; 16 Wigan; 20 Bolton.

FURTHER Information……..graham sharpe…….0208 918 3731

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