You Bet Hughes And Barton Will Be Staying Put Despite First Defeat!

Mark Hughes’ reign at QPR started with defeat and William Hill are offering 4/1 that he is no longer at QPR come the start of next season (1/7 to still be there). Should QPR be relegated, Hills offer 7/1 that they win the League and 3/1 that they would gain promotion by any means.

Joey Barton was the subject of much speculation in the Sunday papers as they suggested that Mark Hughes could let him go in January. Hills are erring on the side of caution and make him 1/8 to stay (9/2 to leave in January). Joey Barton did not play against Newcastle due to being suspended and Hills go 1/4 that he starts the first game for QPR that he is available for.

“Mark Hughes has already claimed that Joey Barton will remain his captain and while it is not uncommon for clubs to sell their leaders, we think that Joey will be staying put for the time being,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Mark Hughes to be at QPR on the first day of next season: 1/7 yes; 4/1 no

Joey Barton to still be at QPR at the end of the January transfer window: 1/8 yes; 9/2 no

Joey Barton to start first match he is available for: 1/4 yes; 11/4 no

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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500/1 United Pointless In Prem During January

United 11/10 NOT to beat City this season as:
500/1 UNITED POINTLESS IN PREM DURING JAN!

With Manchester United- who are 2/5 with William Hill to win no trophies this season – currently pointless in the Premier League in January, Hills have opened a book on how many points they will collect during the month, in which they have three more scheduled games – and offer 11/4 that they get nine by winning all three.
But Hills are also betting on how many more consecutive competitive game defeats United will add to their current two – and offer 500/1 that they will lose all of their next three. ‘This could be a pivotal point in United’s season, and possibly Fergie’s future’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Share, as they trimmed their odds for the United boss to be the next manager to leave his job from 66/1 to 50/1. He is 5/2 not to be manager on the first day of next season.
AND Hills, WHO MAKE CITY 4/6 TO ELIMINATE UNITED (UTD 11/10 TO GO THROUGH) FROM THE FA CUP, ARE ALSO QUOTING ODDS OF 11/10 THAT UNITED WILL FAIL TO BEAT CITY THIS SEASON. ‘They have to play again in the League, they meet in the FA Cup and could be drawn together in the Europa League’ said Sharpe.

Man Utd Premier League points in January,2012:
9 11/4
7 9/4
6 9/4
5 6
4 7
3 25
2 50
1 100
0 500
v Bolton H, Arsenal A, Stoke H (all three games must be played in Jan or bets void)

How many more consecutive competitive games will Man Utd lose?
0 4/6
1 5/4
2 25/1
3 or more 500/1

**Starting vs MAN CITY (FA CUP)

UNITED TO BEAT CITY THIS SEASON – 4/6 YES; 11/10 NO
FERGIE TO BE BOSS 1ST DAYOF NEXT SEASON? – 2/7 YES; 5/2 NO
ROONEY AT UNITED 1ST DAY EXT SEASON – 1/5 YES; 10/3 NO

NEXT PREM BOSS TO GO…11/10 Kean; 3/1 Coyle; 10/3 AVB; 11/2 Warnock; 8/1 McLeish; 12/1 McCarthy; 16/1 Jol; 50/1 Fergie; 16/1 no more managers to go this season. Others on request.

Hills OFFER 8/1 THAT ANOTHER PREM KEEPER WILL SCORE A LEAGUE GOAL THIS SEASON.

Graham Sharpe,
Media Relations Director.
Twitter-@sharpeangle

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M: 07803 233702
E: gsharpe@williamhill.co.uk

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Wood Green, London, N22 7TP.

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