The FA Cup always attracts plenty of bets at sports betting sites, and this year is unlikely to be any different.
Already a lot of people will be putting money on those sides rated amongst the favourites by bookmakers – such as Manchester United at 4/1, Manchester City at 9/2 and Chelsea who have odds of both of these, depending on which bookies you choose. However the smart betters will know that, although these represent fairly safe bets, they are also not worth much in financial terms – you need the risky longer-odds bets for that.
Sunderland recently signed the Swansea striker Danny Graham in one of the protracted transfer moves during the January transfer window. Many expected the 27-year-old to join the north-east club much earlier in the transfer window, but he completed the move only in the final few days.
The recent number of matches and the exertion nearly cost Sunderland a place in the fourth round of the FA Cup according to the manager Martin O'Neill. Sunderland took on Bolton Wanderers in the third round of the FA Cup.
The match was played at the Reebok stadium, which made it difficult for Sunderland because their away form has been poor this season. Bolton recently changed managers after a poor start to the season, and they made a great start to the match. They had a two-goal lead after 50 min on the clock through goals from Chung-Yong Lee and Sordell.
The Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has said that he is extremely disappointed with his side's inability to take advantage of the home match against the bottom team in the Premier league – QPR. Sunderland took on QPR at the stadium of light looking to win only their third match of the season.
The Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has said that he expects the former Manchester city winger Adam Johnson to be a major player for the club in the next few seasons. The 25-year-old was signed from the Premier league champions for an undisclosed fee. He has signed a four-year contract with the north-east club.
The Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has said that his players should have more confidence in themselves when going on to the pitch next time. Martin O'Neill recently saw his team defeated 3-0 by the champions Manchester city at the Etihad stadium.
Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has said that there are still plenty of room for improvement within the club ahead of the start of the new season. The former Aston Villa manager took over at the club to replace Steve Bruce midway through the last season.
Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has revealed that he will not be spending a huge amount of money in the summer, but instead will be focusing on developing the youth at the club. Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has since developed a reputation for spending big money during his time at Aston Villa.
Over the past few weeks, Wolves target man Steven Fletcher has been strongly linked with a £10,000,000 move to Sunderland.
This has, in general, been met with howls of derision from the Black Cats’ faithful; he’s not a “next level” player, we shouldn’t be looking at relegated teams’ cast offs and £10,000,000 is far too much.
First of all, I doubt the fee will be as much as the figure quoted in the bastion of truth that is the Daily Mail. Secondly, it’s not our money. Thirdly, Fletcher is just the type of player Sunderland need.
Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has said that he is extremely displeased with the comments made by Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini.
Mancini said that United are certainly the favourites to win the title this season, as they will be facing a number of teams that roll over when they face United.