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Jurgen Klopp Quips About Simon Mignolet Error

Nov 28, 2015
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Ouch!

Everyone in the football world is cracking jokes about the Simon Mignolet error—even Mignolet’s coach, Jurgen Klopp!

The jovial German proved once again that he not only possesses fantastic football skills, but a warm sense of humour as well when he told a journalist who took long pauses between questions that: “You take almost as long as Simon Mignolet taking a kick.”

He is referring to, of course, the bizarre Simon Mignolet error that occurred during the Liverpool versus Bordeaux match. Though a football goalie is only meant to control the ball with his hands for 6 seconds prior to a kick, Mignolet held on to his for 21 seconds before an indirect free kick which led to the visitor opener.

Needless to say, it was awkward. Really awkward.

Following the incident the football and sports betting media were buzzing with news of the Simon Mignolet error, and Klopp decided to join in on the good-hearted fun.

Had the game ended badly for Liverpool, the Simon Mignolet error would’ve been handled very differently. But given that the Bordeaux match ended in a hard-fought victory for the Reds, fans of both Premier League football and sports betting in UK can laugh things off along with Klopp.


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Europa League Qualifiers: Debrecen Bags Nine, West Ham Struggles

Jul 27, 2015
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9 – 2! (Photo: Focimagazin)

Hungarian side Debrecen completed a club record 9-2 victory over Skonto Riga in the second leg of the second round in the Europa League qualifiers.

Debrecen were considered as top dogs against Skonto after their first leg fixture in the second round of the Europa League qualifiers. However, looking at their first respective match, nobody thought that the reverse fixture will bring Debrecen’s record European success. However, the Hungarian side dominated the Latvian outfit that is not used to the hot weather, bagging a goal in every ten minutes on average, nine in total.

While Loki thrashed Riga 9-2 and advanced with a 11-4 aggregate score, the West Ham United players were fighting for their lives in the Maltese heat. After winning the first leg in the last minutes in London, they conceded early against Birkirkara. Moreover, they went down to ten before half time, and they faced a long night. Only the penalties saved them eventually, as the WHU players scored all of their spot kicks, sending themselves to the next round.

UEFA.com: West Ham survive, Debrecen record, Nordic glee

 
Debrecen played a 2-2 in the first leg in Riga against Skonto in the second round of the Europa League qualifiers. That result made the Hungarian outfit favourite to advance, but not too many of those who are involved in UEFA Europa League betting would expect what would have come in the reverse fixture.

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Tibor Tisza (Photo: nb1)

Tibor Tisza opened the scoring in the seventh minute, and Debrecen finished the game off in the first half with a 5-0 havoc in the Hungarian heat. That wasn’t enough for the home side however, and Loki stopped at nine goals eventually, while the visitors also had two for consolation. The 9-2 result that marks out from this week’s sports scores is the largest European win in Debrecen club history, while also the biggest loss for Skonto.

After the 11-4 aggregate victory, Debrecen will meet Rosenborg, one of the three Norwegian sides advancing to the third round, while West Ham United will face Astra Giurgiu. To set up the trip to Romania, the Hammers needed to survive 120 minutes plus penalty shootouts in Malta. Birkirkara, the home team scored the only goal of the game in the 15th minute, and WHU went down to ten in the first half. However, they were able to secure an advance in the Russian roulette.

The Guardian: Ten-man West Ham beat Birkirkara on penalties to stay in Europa League

 
West Ham United, playing the majority of the match with ten men, relied on a penalty shootout against Birkirkara. The Maltese side achieved a 1-0 through Fabrizio Miccoli’s goal on a humid and hot evening. Matching the result from the first leg of the second round in the Europa League qualifiers, extra time and then a shootout was needed to determine who to advance.

All five selected WHU players scored from the spot. The decisive penalty was sent home by Diego Poyet, the son Gustavo, the former Uruguayan international. Gus played for Chelsea and Tottenham, as many of those, who follow live sports results might remember.

The Hammers were down to ten in the first half, when James Tomkins, who scored the winner in the first leg, was sent off. He was the second WHU player who received a red card this year’s competition, after Diafra Sakho was sent off in the previous round. This is interesting, since the Hammers were qualified to the Europa League through their Fair Play ranking. The numbers were evened out when Birkirkara’s Mauricio Mazzetti was also red carded in overtime.

BBC.com: Europa League: We were better than Astra – Inverness

 
Astra Giurgiu eliminated Scottish Cup winners Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the second round of the Europa League qualifiers. Through this, they set up a meeting with West Ham United, however Inverness midfielder Greg Tansey thinks that the weaker side advanced from their respective fixture.

He said, “We look at them and there’s better sides in the Scottish Premiership. We more than held our own and I firmly believe we were the far better side.” However, Caley Thistle weren’t able to score a single goal during the two legs, and experts of gambling facts know, that such an unprolific display rarely results advancing.

Tansey added, “We gave everything, but we’re just lacking maybe that bit of killer edge in the final third and it’s something we need to get as quickly as possible. For the possession we had, I thought we could have done better. I thought over the two legs we were by far the better side in terms of ball possession.”

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Celtic to Play against Scot-beating Icelanders

Jun 23, 2015
The UEFA Champions League and Europa League draws were held on Monday in Nyon

The UEFA Champions League and Europa League draws were held on Monday in Nyon

Teams participating in the first round of the UEFA Europa League will have to start their campaign as early as July 2 with the reverse fixture scheduled to a week later. Those sides beginning their campaign in the second round of the UEFA Champions League will play their first game in the middle of July. West Ham United, the first placed team in the English fair play ranking will return to European football after an eight-year long absence, while Celtic, the Scottish champions, who not so long ago started the European competition in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League, will enter in the second qualifying round this term.

 

BBC.com: Celtic face Icelandic side Stjarnan in Champions League qualifying

 

Celtic, the champions of the Scottish Premier League will start its 2015-2016 European campaign in the second qualifying round of the Champions League in the middle of July, online gambling news reported. As keen followers of sports scores might remember, the Hoops failed to make it into the group stages last year after being eliminated by Maribor.

FC Lusitans is to host West Ham United at Camp d’Esports d’Aixoval

FC Lusitans is to host West Ham United at Camp d’Esports d’Aixoval

Now the Bhoys will entertain Icelandic champions Stjarnan, while West Ham United, the other British side involved in the early stages of the competition, will face FC Lusitans from Andorra in the first qualifying round of the Europa League. West Ham, the side that finished twelfth in the English Premier League gained qualification through their Fair Play record.

The Hammers will start the campaign with their new boss Slaven Bilic as early as July 2. After a clash of fixtures between the two Andorran sides occurred, the initial schedule was reversed, so West Ham will play the first game home at Upton Park before travelling to Andorra a week later.

 

TheStar.com: West Ham kick off season against Andorran minnows

 

The draw of the Europa League qualifying was held on Monday in Nyon, Switzerland. West Ham United were paired with FC Lusitans from Andorra in the first round, and the Hammers will kick off their campaign at the beginning of July, five weeks before the start of the Premier League.

Those with an adept knowledge of gambling facts might recall that West Ham participated in the competition last time in the 2006-07 season. Now they will play in Andorra at Camp d’Esports d’Aixoval, a 1,000 capacity stadium. Andorra’s other team in Europe, Sant Julia will entertain Randers from Denmark in the first round.

England was ranked first by the UEFA fair play system and that provided them an extra place in the competition that went to West Ham, the team that came first in the English first-tier’s fair play ranking. 102 teams participated in the draw and the former European Cup winner Red Star from Belgrade will also enter in the first round travelling to Central Asia to visit Kairat Almaty in Kazakhstan.

 

UEFA.com: Qualifying round draws: best of the reaction

 

After the draw for the UEFA Champions League qualifiers was held in Nyon, Switzerland, the teams’ representatives spoke about their upcoming opponents. Icelandic champions Stjarnan will play against Celtic after they eliminated Motherwell in the Europa League qualifiers last year, as keen followers of live sports results might remember.

Celtic is to face Icelandic Stjarnan.

Celtic is to face Icelandic Stjarnan.

“We have mixed feelings,” said Stjarnan defender Daniel Laxdal. “It is great to meet Celtic but I think they are the most difficult team we could have met. We saw them against KR last year and know it will be hard work in defence. Last season we showed anything is possible if we are at our best so hopefully we can do something similar. Celtic will start their season against us and that might help a little but we are up against a great team.”

Celtic FC assistant manager John Kennedy commented the draw via his social media account. He expressed that all pressure is on Celtic, and this situation might suit the Icelandic underdogs. He added, “We have to make sure we go in fully prepared and we win the game. That’s the most important thing.”

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part II)

Mar 18, 2015

This Thursday night will showcase some great matches between exciting European sides. As always, Europa League offers plenty of football action for all adorning fans to relish in, so they will not be left disappointed with the 1/16 finals. Besiktas will go head to head with Club Brugge away from home, while Wolfsburg will aim to defend its lead against Inter on the road as well.

Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part II) (March 19, 2015).

Europa League 1/16 Finals Latest scores – Europa League:
Besiktas Club Brugge 1-3 
Inter Wolfsburg 1-2 
Sevilla Villarreal 2-1
Torino Zenit 1-0 

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part I)

Mar 17, 2015

After thrilling games took place in the 1/32 finals of the tournament, only the best teams managed to progress to the next round. There are only 16 teams remaining which means that all the stakes will rise and will see the clubs put on good performances to make it to the final in Warsaw, Poland.

Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part I) (March 19, 2015).

Europa League 1/16 Finals Latest scores – Europa League:
Dynamo Moscow Napoli 0-0
As Roma Fiorentina 0-3 
Dynamo Kiev Everton 5-2 
Ajax Dnipro 2-1 

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part II)

Mar 10, 2015

Following the first set of games that we covered in part I of our betting preview, we will examine some other great encounters that will delight many football fans and also plenty of betting enthusiasts. British side Everton will play Dynamo Kiev at Goodison Park in what should be a great match to watch.
Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part II) (March 12, 2015).

Europa League 1/16 Finals Latest scores – Europa League:
Everton Dynamo Kiev 2-1 
Fiorentina AS Roma  1-1
Napoli Dynamo Moscow  3-1
Villarreal Sevilla 1-3 

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part I)

Mar 10, 2015

Right after the Champions League games are over on Tuesday and Wednesday, Europe will shift its focus to the Europa League on Thursday to follow all the superb action it is known to provide. Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg will square off against Torino at their stadium where they will aim to overcome them thanks to home field advantage.
Europa League Betting Preview – 1/16 Finals (Part I) (March 12, 2015).

Europa League 1/16 Finals Latest scores – Europa League:
Zenit Torino 2-0 
Club Brugge Besiktas  2-1
Dnipro Ajax  1-0
Wolfsburg Inter 3-1 

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part IV)

Feb 25, 2015

Feyenoord will be looking to use evertything they have in their arsenal to beat their upcoming opponents AS Roma at home. This should prove to be a game full of tension following the saddening events that occurred in the Italian capital last week. Both teams will be vigilant to put on a good show and make it to the next round.
Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part IV) (February 26, 2015).

Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals 4 Latest scores – Europa League:
Feyenoord AS Roma  1-2
Napoli Trabzonspor  1-0
Olympiakos Dnipro  2-2
Sporting Wolfsburg  0-0

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part III)

Feb 25, 2015

Salzburg will face Villarreal at home where they aim to take advantage of playing on their own ground and hopefully clinch a win. Spanish side Athletic Bilbao reached the final of the Europa League in 2012 but unfortunately lost to domestic rivals Atletico Madrid. They will now play against Torino in hopes of once again reaching the final.
Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part III) (February 26, 2015).

Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals 3 Latest scores – Europa League:
Salzburg Villarreal  1-3
Athletic Bilbao Torino  2-3
Club Brugge Aalborg  3-0
Everton Young Boys  3-1

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part II)

Feb 24, 2015

Dynamo Kiev is gearing up to play against Guingamp at home where they will be looking to over the 2-1 deficit from the first game and add another goal to make it to the next round. Tottenham will go head to head with Fiorentina away in what is aiming to be an exciting game as the first leg ended in a 1-1 draw.
Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part II) (February 26, 2015).

Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals 2 Latest scores – Europa League:
Dynamo Kiev Guingamp  3-1
Fiorentina Tottenham  2-0
Inter Celtic  1-0
Legia Ajax  0-3

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Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part I)

Feb 23, 2015

Following the encounters that went down last week in the Europa League, football fans will have a chance to witness more exciting games in the second leg of the 1/32 finals. According to EU gambling news Dynamo Moscow will clash with Anderlecht at home where they will try to overcome the draw they recorded while playing in Brussels last week.
Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals Return Leg (Part I) (February 23, 2015).

Europa League Betting Preview – 1/32 Finals 1 Latest scores – Europa League:
Dynamo Moscow Anderlecht  3-1
Zenit St. Petersburg PSV  3-0
Moenchengladbach Sevilla  2-3
Besiktas Liverpool  1-0 (5-4p)

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