William Hill Offer Season Long Betting For Fans Of Every Team

While most fans of Premier League teams may not realistically be able to back their side to win the league or even avoid relegation, William Hill are ensuring that they will have the option to back their side to improve upon last season’s performances. Not only can they back their side to finish higher than last season, they can also back the side to finish lower, or in the same position.

“As a fan of Fulham for example, you are not realistically going to be able to back your side to win the league while at the same time the price that you will get for your side to stay up is incredibly short,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “We are enabling every fan to have a positive (as well as a negative and a neutral) bet on their side depending on how they think the season will pan out.”

How will your side fare in 2012/13?

11/12 Position Team Higher Same Lower
1 Man City N/A 13/10 4/7
2 Man Utd 11/5 13/8 11/8
3 Arsenal 9/2 5/2 8/15
4 Tottenham 10/3 4/1 4/9
5 Newcastle 7/1 5/1 1/5
6 Chelsea 1/10 8/1 8/1
7 Everton 12/5 7/5 7/5
8 Liverpool 2/9 7/2 10/1
9 Fulham 16/5 4/1 4/9
10 West Brom 5/1 11/2 1/4
11 Swansea 4/1 7/2 2/5
12 Norwich 6/1 5/2 4/9
13 Sunderland 4/9 10/3 4/1
14 Stoke 8/11 3/1 9/4
15 Wigan 11/5 16/5 8/11
16 Aston Villa 8/15 16/5 16/5
17 QPR 1/4 9/2 6/1

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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Blackpool Hit By Hammer Blow…irons Odds On To Stay Up

West Ham won the ‘Richest Game In English Football’ and earned themselves a place at the top table once again and William Hill now make The Hammers 8/11 to survive in the Premier League next season (Evens to go down). There always has to be one unlucky side in the Playoffs and Blackpool were that side on Saturday. Their fans should take heart however, as they are 5/1 to go up next season and 16/1 to win the league.

“West Ham are back where they feel they belong and it looks like their stay will be more than one season,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Blackpool 2012/13 Season: 16/1 Win the Championship;

West Ham 2012/13 season: 8/11 stay up; 1/1 relegated; 2000/1 win the League

Championship outright: 6/1 Leicester City; 8/1 Bolton Wanderers; 8/1 Wolves; 10/1 Birmingham; 11/1 Cardiff; 14/1 Brighton; 14/1 Leeds; 16/1 Blackburn; 16/1 Blackpool; 20/1 BAR

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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You Be Rovers’ Fans Not Kean On Steve

YOU BET ROVERS’ FANS NOT KEAN ON STEVE

William Hill Have lengthened their odds for Steve Kean still to be Blackburn manager when their final Premier League match of the season kicks off, from 6/4 to 9/4 following the news that Rovers’ fans have organized a protest march against him. ‘When you lose the fans you normally lose the job shortly after’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
And Hills have made Kean 4/6 faourite to be the next Premier League boss to leave his club with Steve Bruce 4/1 second favourite, then 6/1 Pardew; Warnock; 9/1 Myes; Wenger; 14 Redknapp; 20/1 upwards others.

KEAN STILL THERE WHEN LAST PREM GAME OF SEASON KICKS OFF- 1/3 NO; /4 YES.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.

T: 020 8918 3731
M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk

William Hill, Greenside House, 50 Station Road,
Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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Big Sam 11/4 To Go Before End Of Season

ALLARDYCE 11/4 TO BE GONE BEFORE END OF SEASON

AFTER a disappointing home defeat by Cardiff, West Ham are 20/1 to be relegated and boss Sam Allardyce is 11/4 with William Hill to be gone (1/4 to see season out) before the end of the season. ‘The Hammers’ fans are in no mood to endure more of what they had to put up with at the end of last season and if they don;t hit winning form quickly Big Sam will be under a little pressure just as quickly.’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills have opened a book on where West Ham will finish this season and 3rd-6th is their 7/4 favourite:

1st or 2nd…2/1
3rd to 6th…..7/4
7th to 12th….11/4
13th to 21st….9/2
22nd to 24th…20/1

William Hill…To win Championship…7/2 Leicester; 9/2 West Ham; 12 Ipswich; 14 Cradiff; 16 Blackpool; Brighton; Forest; Southampton; 18 Middlesbro; Reading; 25 Birimingham; 28 Burnley; Leeds; 33 Derby; Hull. Others on request.

Further information….graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Arsene 9/2 To Quit As 5/2 United – City Final

IS THAT IT FOR ARSENE?

William Hill offer 9/2 that Arsene Wenger will cease to be Arsenal manager before the first day of next season after his side crashed out of a third competition and were quoted at 2/5 by Hills to have yet another trophy-less campaign. ‘The fans have to begin to get restless after seeing their hopes of a Quad, a Treble and a Double reduced to a Single’ said Hill’ spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…Arsene Wenger Still Arsenal Manager On The 1st Day Of Next Season

Yes 1/8
No 9/2

Hills…Cesc Fabregas Still An Arsenal Player On 1st Day Of Next Season

Yes 1/2
No 6/4

Hills…Arsenal Win Nothing 2/5

5/2 UNITED-CITY FA CUP FINAL

Manchester United are 11/10 favourites to win the FA Cup with William Hill who also offer 9/4 Man C; 5/1 Bolton; 9/1 Stoke; 16/1 West Ham; 66/1 Reading.
Hills OFFER 5/2 THAT THE FINAL WILL BE AN ALL MANCHESTER AFFAIR.

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Stark Choice For Dons ?

ABERDEEN’S STARK CHOICE?

William Hill have cut former Aberdeen player Billy Stark from 4/1 to 2/1 favourite to become the club’s next permanent boss after the departure of Mark McGhee.
‘Stark, now with Scotland’s U21s, would be a popular choice with fans, but the market is still volatile and he may not be the last favourite for the job before it is finally decided’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills previously made Gordon Strachan favourite, and now offer:

Billy Stark2/1
John Hughes9/2
Gordon Strachan5/1
Neil Simpson5/1
Neil Cooper (Current Coach)11/2
Terry Butcher8/1
Jocky Scott10/1
John McGlynn10/1
Neale Cooper (Peterhead)10/1
Derek McInnes12/1
Gus McPherson12/1
Jimmy Calderwood12/1
Jimmy Nicholl12/1
Steve Clarke12/1
Steven Pressley12/1
Stuart Baxter12/1
Gordon Chisholm14/1
Craig Brewster16/1
Darren Ferguson16/1
Eric Black16/1
Henrik Larsson16/1
Ian McCall16/1
Paul Hartley16/1
Billy Reid20/1
Derek Adams20/1
John Hartson20/1
Michael O’Neill20/1
Bruce Rioch25/1
Duncan Shearer25/1
Hans Gillhaus25/1
Paul Sheerin25/1
Roy Aitken25/1
Alex Miller33/1
Billy Dodds33/1
Mixu Paatelainen33/1
Further information…..graham sharpe….0780 3233702

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You Bet Hughton As Likely To Go As Stay

Hills….HUGHTON STILL AS LIKELY TO GO AS NOT

After their 5-1 win over Sunderland, Newcastle boss Chris Hughton is 5/6 with William Hill to be in charge at the club on the first day of next season and 5/6 not to. ‘The fans and players appear to be supporting Hughton as boss, but that isn;t always enough for a manager to remain in place’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe, ‘We think it is as likely that he goes as that he stays – and those that disagree can bet accordingly.’
Meanwhile, Steve Bruce is 4/1 no longer to be Sunderland boss on the first day of next season.

To be Manager of their club on the 1st day of next season
Steve Bruce 1/7 YES 4/1 NO
Chris Hughton 5/6 YES 5/6 NO

Top Newcastle Goalscorer of Prem goals this season.
Andy Carroll [5]11/10
Kevin Nolan [7]11/8
Shola Ameobi [3]4/1
Joey Barton [1]16/1
Nile Ranger [0]25/1
Peter Lovenkrands [0]25/1

Others on request.
Premier League Goals Only. Dead heat rules apply.

Season Match Bet
NewcastleEVS
Sunderland8/11

Further inforation…..graham sharpe….0780 3233702

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Hodgson Favourite To Be Next Boss Out

As Liverpool shortest ever price to be relegated:
NOW HODGSON FAVOURITE TO BE NEXT PREM BOSS OUT!

ROY HODGSON is now favourite with William Hill to be the next Premier League manager to lose his job this season, following Liverpool’s lacklustre display against Everton. ‘The new owners have said they want to give Hodgson their backing, but everyone knows how vulnerable bosses are if they lose the fans, and capitulating to your deadliest rivals is not the best way to keep them on your side ‘ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill HAVE SLASHED LIVERPOOL FROM 18/1 TO 11/1 TO BE RELEGATED – THE SHORTEST ODDS AT WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN QUOTED IN PREMIER LEAGUE HISTORY. AND Hills ALSO OFFER 80/1 THAT THEY WILL FINISH BOTTOM OF THE TABLE. ‘Liverpool being quoted at just 11/1 for the drop this season, is something we’d have offered longer odds than 11/1about at the start of the campaign!’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills… Roy Hodgson to leave Liverpool before the end of the season?
Yes 5/6
No 5/6

Hills….Roy Hodgson to still be there on the first day of next Premier League season 2011/12?
Yes 5/4
No 4/7

Hills…NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO….
Roy Hodgson15/8
Roberto Martinez7/2
Avram Grant4/1
Roberto Mancini9/1
Chris Hughton10/1
Mark Hughes10/1
Alex McLeish11/1
David Moyes14/1
Ian Holloway16/1
Mick McCarthy16/1
Roberto Di Matteo20/1
No Manager To Go25/1

ROONEY BACKED TO LEAVE UNITED

William Hill have cut their odds for Wayne Rooney to leave Manchester United after punters backed him to go following Sunday newspaper stories suggesting he could soon be on his way out of Old Trafford.
‘Very few punters are interested in backing Wayne still to be a United player at the start of next season and we have cut the odds about him going both during the coming January transfer window – from 7/1 to 13/2, and at the end of the season but before the start of next from 7/2 to 3/1’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
And Hills no longer even make Rooney favourite to top score in the Premier League this season for his own club, offering him at 15/8 to do so – behind favourite Dimitar Berbatov, who currently has a five goal lead over Rooney.

Hills….Rooney to leave in the Summer Transfer Window

Yes 3/1 (from 7/2)
No 2/9

Hills…Rooney to leave in the January Transfer Window?

Yes 1/14
No 13/2 (from 7/1)

Hills….Top Man Utd League Goalscorer?
Dimitar Berbatov…4/5……Wayne Rooney…15/8….Nani…11/2….Javier Hernandez…7/1…Michael Owen…20/1
Others on request

Dead heat rules apply. Current goals count towards total.
Berbatov, 6. Nani, 3. Rooney, Owen & Hernandez all 1.

Current red cards are shown in brackets. Dead heat rules apply.

WHO’LL SEE MOST RED CARDS DURING PREM SEASON?

William Hill have opened a book on which Premier League side will be handed the most red cards during this season, and make Bolton their 11/2 favourites, just ahead of Arsenal, with Chelsea and Manchester United the complete outsiders. ‘Red cards are suddenyl newsworthy after Danny Murphy’s recent comments so we have decided to open a book on who’ll end up the most red-faced at the end of the campaign’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Bolton11/2….3
Arsenal..6…..3
Wolves13/2….2
Sunderland9….2
Birmingham10…..1
WBA14……..1
Blackpool14…..1
Liverpool16…..1
Newcastle18….0
Stoke City20…..0
West Ham Utd25…..0
Blackburn25….0
Everton25….0
Wigan Athletic28…..0
Aston Villa33…..0
Tottenham33….0
Fulham33……0
Manchester City33….0
Chelsea40…..0
Man Utd40………0

Further information…..graham sharpe…0780 3233702

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Fab Bet For Barca ?

A FAB BET FOR BARCA?

William Hill make Cesc Fabregas a 1/4 shot to be a Barcelona player by the first day of next season and 11/4 still to be a Gunner. ‘The vibes are not good for Gunners’ fans and Fabregas looks like being an imminent departure from the Emirates’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe. ‘We already make Arsenal 2/5 to win nothing next season, but surely even Wenger will not be able to resist signing a big name replacement if Fabregas departs and we are speculating on who may arrive at Arsenal before the start of the next campaign’

WILL THESE PLAYERS SIGN FOR ARSENAL BY DAY ONE OF NEXT SEASON?
Mikel Arteta 7/1
Steven Gerrard 16/1
Eden Hazard 7/1
Stephen Ireland 5/1
Javier Pastore 5/1
Miralem Pjanic 7/1
Yaya Toure 7/4

Arsenal to win nothing next season: 2/5
Wenger not to be in his current role at Arsenal on 1st September 2010 7/1
Further information…..graham sharpe…..0208 918 3731

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O’ Neill To See Season Out ?

O’NEILL STAYING – BUT WILL HE GO BEFORE END OF 2010/11?

WITH MARTIN O’NEILL reportedly staying with Aston Villa for the 2010/11 season, William Hill have opened a book on whether he will still be there on the final day of that season and offer 2/5 yes, 7/4 no. ‘O’Neill seemed to be weighing up his options carefully towards the end of last season and fans will be pleased that he has decided to stay – but if things don’t go well he could still decide to quit before the end of the forthcoming campaign’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills…Where Will Villa Finish 2010/11 ?
1st or 2nd….100/1
3rd or 4th……25/1
5th or 6th…..6/1
7th or 8th….11/10
9th or Lower…..Evs
Further information…..graham sharpe…0208 918 3731

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