Month: October 2017

De Onvoorspelbare Toekomst van Online Casinos

  Verse V.S.- Rapporten: 13 Oktober 2006 was een donkere dag voor online gokkende enthousiasten, aangezien de overheid van de V.S. het ` Onwettige Internet het Gokken Akte ‘ voorlegde. De negatieve implicaties van het Akte kunnen een verwoestend effect op de online casino industrie en zijn winstmarges hebben. Van de tijd is het Akte […]

Who should Rafa target

Who should Rafa target to improve for next season? Assuming that Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is at the helm again next season and the fact Liverpool have endured a miserable time of it in 2009-2010, who are the players whom Rafa should be targeting to turn this around? Let’s imagine for a moment that the […]

Golf Preview

With my equilibrium perhaps damaged by the volcanic ash that seems to be enveloping the UK your intrepid correspondent missed the first day’s play at the Volvo China Open. Or perhaps I’m just struggling to keep abreast of the European Tour’s quite incredibly haphazard early season scheduling. Pablo Larazabal had a good start Anyway with […]

Champions League semi finals preview

One of the most wonderful things about football is that despite months of progress through the group stages, hundreds of games, meticulous tactical preparation and the genius of some players, it may well yet be a volcano in Iceland which is the biggest influence on each of this week’s Champions League semi final first legs! […]

Preview – Open de Andalucia and Arnold Palmer Invitational

First Europen Tor event in Europe for the season! The European Tour’s relaxed attitude to geography means that this week’s Open de Andalucia is actually the first of the season’s events to take place in Europe. The tournament is co-promoted by Malaga native Miguel Angel-Jiminez and the Spanish influence is extended throughout the field. Jiminez […]