Carroll Cut For Kop-chop…borini Backed To Rejoin Brendan

Brendan Rodgers wants to stamp his mark on the Liverpool squad and William Hill are now betting on which players will come and which ones will go. With a bid for Fabio Borini confirmed by Roma, the Italian is 2/7 to move to Anfield before the end of the transfer window. Another name who has been widely mooted with a move to Liverpool is that of Clint Dempsey and he is 5/4 to join the Rodgers Revolution. Other potential signings include Gaston Ramirez at 6/4, Matt Jarvis at 9/2, Scott Sinclair at 4/1 with Darren Bent and Mark Davies at 6/1 each.

On the other side of the coin, there could be a couple of players on the move, with Andy Carroll perhaps the highest profile of the lot. William Hill have cut him slightly from 4/1 to 11/4 to go, with AC Milan 6/1 to have signed him by September 1st. Alberto Aquilani has enjoyed two successful years in Italy whilst being on loan from Liverpool and he is 8/15 to leave Liverpool by the close of the transfer window. Joe Cole is 2/1, Martin Skrtl 5/1 and Charlie Adam 11/4.

“Rodgers has claimed that everyone will have the chance to prove themselves but the long ball to Andy Carroll will undoubtedly be banished to the annals of Anfield history and that could mean the man himself may also become redundant,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

LA LIGA: NEW FACES BUT RIVALRIES STILL THE SAME?
With the announcement of the Spanish La Liga fixtures today, Hills make champions Real Madrid the 4/5 favourites to regain the title. They meet Valencia in their opening match but their games against Barcelona in October and March will provoke the most betting interest. William Hill offer 5/1 that Barcelona pick up six points from the two encounters, 6/1 that Real Madrid do so and 7/4 that the two teams pick up three points each.

Messi is 4/5 to score more goals than Ronaldo, while Ronaldo is offered at 10/11 to outscore Messi. Ronaldo to be top goal scorer and Real Madrid to win La Liga is 9/4 with Hills whilst the same bet with Messi and Barcelona is offered at 11/4.

Who will sign for Liverpool by the end of transfer window:
Borini : 2/7 Yes, 5/2 No.
Dempsey: 5/4 Yes, 4/7 No.
Gaston Ramirez: 6/4 Yes, 1/2 No.
Matt Jarvis: 9/2 Yes, 1/8 No.
Darren Bent: 6/1 Yes, 1/12 No.
Mark Davies: 6/1 Yes, 1/12 No.

Who will leave Liverpool by the end of transfer window:
Aquilani: 8/15 yes, 11/8 No.
Cole: 2/1 Yes, 4/11 No.
Carroll: 11/4 Yes, 1/4 No.
Adam: 11/4 Yes, 1/4 No.
Skrtl: 5/1 Yes, 1/9 No.

La Liga 2012: 4/5 Real Madrid, 1/1 Barcelona, 50/1 Malaga, 66/1 Valencia, 80/1 BAR.

Goals Match Bet (La Liga): 4/5 L Messi, 10/11 C Ronaldo.

Barcelona Points Vs Real Madrid (La Liga): 7/4 Three, 7/2 Four, 7/2 One, 5/1 Six, 6/1 None, 11/1 Two.

Real Madrid Points Vs Barcelona (La Liga): 7/4 Three, 3/1 One, 10/3 Four, 5/1 None, 6/1 Six, 11/1 Two.

9/4: Cristiano Ronaldo to be top league goal scorer and Real Madrid to win La Liga.

11/4: Lionel Messi to be top league goal scorer and Barcelona to win La Liga.

Joe Crilly
Press Officer
Twitter: @footy_joe

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

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Spl Favourites To Get Goal-line Technology First!

The goal-line technology argument will be hitting the headlines after the Bolton / QPR game and William Hill are betting on which European league will host the first match involving goal-line technology. The Scottish Premier League generally kicks off earlier than the other European leagues and is 13/8 favourite with the English Premier League 11/4 second favourite.

“The FA are keen to press the issue to FIFA and after yet another high profile incident, it is surely just a matter of where and when it comes into play,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

First League to stage game with goal-line technology: 13/8 Scottish Premier League; 11/4 English Premier League; 4/1 German Bundesliga; 11/2 Spanish La Liga; 7/1 French Ligue 1; 8/1 Italian Serie A; 10/1 Dutch Eredivisie

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Mourinho Just 2/5 To Have Left Real By The Start Of Next Season!

Rumours in Madrid are suggesting that Jose Mourinho could well be on his way back to the Premier League and William Hill make Arsenal his most likely destination at 7/2. That could probably be explained by the fact that Arsene Wenger is 11/4 second favourite to be Real Madrid manager on the first day of next season, just behind Mourinho at 7/4. Hills offer 2/5 that Jose Mourinho is no longer manager of Real Madrid come the first day of next season.

“All is not well at Real and it has been suggested that Jose could be on his way ‘home’,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

Real Madrid manager on the 1st day of the Spanish La Liga season 2012/13

Jose Mourinho 7/4
Arsene Wenger 11/4
Rafa Benitez 7/1
Joachim Low 7/1
Guus Hiddink 20/1
Juan Martinez 20/1
Fabio Capello 20/1
Sven Goran Erikkson 25/1

Others on request.
Only permanent manger counts.

Jose Mourinho Real Madrid manager on the 1st day of the Spanish La Liga season 2012/13: 2/5 No 7/4 Yes

The Next club that Jose Mourinho manages after Real Madrid:

Arsenal 7/2
Man Utd 4/1
Tottenham 4/1
Man City 6/1
England National Team 8/1
Portugal National Team 12/1
Chelsea 12/1
Inter 14/1
AC Milan 20/1
Juventus 25/1
Barcelona 33/1
Liverpool 33/1
Rangers 100/1
Celtic 100/1

Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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

William Hill Press Office; Greenside House; 50 Station Road; Wood Green; London; N22 7TP

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Sol Headed Back To Prem? Bet On It

SOL HEADED BACK TO PREM? BET ON IT

William Hill have opened a book on where Sol Campbell will next play his football – and rate the Premier League the 5/2 favourite.

‘Sol’s future is a matter of huge speculation and his ill-fated liaison with League Two has probably raised his profile so high that there will be no shortage of offers from other clubs as a result – he’ll probably be looking to get back to the top level after what seems to have been an unproductive flirtation with League Two football’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills are also betting on whether Sven will remain at Notts County as Director of Football or Coach/Manager until the end of this season and offer 1/10 that he will, 11/2 that he will not. ‘Sven is in an ideal position at the moment – where someone else is getting the blame for the side’s current indifferent form. But if the current manager were to leave the pressure would be on Sven to take over – and then he’d be in the firing line if results weren’t up to expectation’ added Sharpe.

William Hill – WHERE WILL SOL NEXT PLAY? (Next club after Notts Co)

English Premier League
5/2

Championship
3/1

MLS
4/1

SPL
10/1

French Ligue 1
10/1

Spanish La Liga
10/1

Italian Serie A
10/1

League 1
14/1

German Bundesliga
14/1

League 2
40/1

**Sven to see season out employed as Director of Football or Manager at Notts Co? – 1/10 yes; 11/2 no.

**Sven to see out his 5 year contract?

20/1 Yes, 1/150 No

Where will Notts County Finish in League Two?

Winners
15/8

Runner Up
7/2

Third
4/1

Fourth – Seventh
11/4

Eighth – Twelfth
10/1

Thirteenth – Twenty Second
18/1

Relegated
33/1

Further information…..graham sharpe…..0780 3233702

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Sol Headed Back To Prem? Bet On It

SOL HEADED BACK TO PREM? BET ON IT

William Hill have opened a book on where Sol Campbell will next play his football – and rate the Premier League the 5/2 favourite.

‘Sol’s future is a matter of huge speculation and his ill-fated liaison with League Two has probably raised his profile so high that there will be no shortage of offers from other clubs as a result – he’ll probably be looking to get back to the top level after what seems to have been an unproductive flirtation with League Two football’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills are also betting on whether Sven will remain at Notts County as Director of Football or Coach/Manager until the end of this season and offer 1/10 that he will, 11/2 that he will not. ‘Sven is in an ideal position at the moment – where someone else is getting the blame for the side’s current indifferent form. But if the current manager were to leave the pressure would be on Sven to take over – and then he’d be in the firing line if results weren’t up to expectation’ added Sharpe.

William Hill – WHERE WILL SOL NEXT PLAY? (Next club after Notts Co)

English Premier League
5/2

Championship
3/1

MLS
4/1

SPL
10/1

French Ligue 1
10/1

Spanish La Liga
10/1

Italian Serie A
10/1

League 1
14/1

German Bundesliga
14/1

League 2
40/1

**Sven to see season out employed as Director of Football or Manager at Notts Co? – 1/10 yes; 11/2 no.

**Sven to see out his 5 year contract?

20/1 Yes, 1/150 No

Where will Notts County Finish in League Two?

Winners
15/8

Runner Up
7/2

Third
4/1

Fourth – Seventh
11/4

Eighth – Twelfth
10/1

Thirteenth – Twenty Second
18/1

Relegated
33/1

Further information…..graham sharpe…..0780 3233702

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