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Sam and Pardew beat the bookies

AllardyceWhat a difference a few months make.

The Sun points out- interestingly – that Sam Allardyce is now 100/1 against getting the sack today as opposed to 5/4 on August 30.

in the other dug-out Newcastle and former Hammers boss Alan Pardew  is now 66/1 against having been 1/3 on September 13.

images (4)The odds on the pair’s departures were at their worst this season when the Hammers lost to Southampton at home and Newcastle capitulated 4-0 to Saints.

Now both clubs are looking at the top spots and a place in Europe. How long before the bookies over-react again.

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West Ham are today priced at around even money and Newcastle 5/2 with the draw at 12/5.

Odds vary and should not be taken as being 100 per cent correct.

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3 comments on “Sam and Pardew beat the bookies

  1. 100/1 are great odds.if he keeps up the losing streak he could get the sack at Xmas.tenner on these odds would pay for the fa cup final with the new manager.what bookies was it?

  2. “Keeps up the losing streak”. That will be one loss in 6 then Rugby? That’s quite a losing streak that. I would keep your tenner and put it towards your all inclusive fortnight in Senagal if I were you.

  3. Rugby, this forum is not here to allow you or anyone else to peddle their pet hobby horse day in day out. Either open your mind to other issues or expect to see far fewer contributions from yourself on here

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