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Good temper and psychology in online betting

When we place for the first a bet, the ultimate goal is definitely to know the game and why not, to have fun with it. The risk can always fascinate us and if this can be combined with personal benefit is of course preferable in the long run. But there are many more consequences to our preoccupation with this sport.

Since we hear what this is all about, we will try to increase our profits and minimize losses. Of course, this effort does not always bring the desired results and it is something that every player has experienced. Good psychology is important in everyday life and especially in bet, where we risk our own money.


Brendan Rodgers:You can't have a good match for Liverpool and then three days later have a poor game.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits he is growing increasingly frustrated by his side's inconsistent form.

A 4-0 win over Fulham on 22nd December was followed by a 3-1 defeat to Stoke on Boxing Day, leaving the club 10th in the table going into the weekend's fixtures. A top-four finish is now at 14/1 and Rodgers concedes he has much work to do.

"To play for a club like this there are certain requirements you need," he told the Daily Telegraph.

"They are not just technical and tactical requirements. You can't have a good match for Liverpool and then three days later have a poor game. This is Liverpool. This is every game of your life.


David Moyes: I don't think it is any surprise that Chelsea are winning games.

Everton manager David Moyes is relishing taking on former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez once again when Chelsea visit Goodison Park on Sunday.

Benitez and Moyes met many times while the Spaniard was in charge at Anfield, with Everton only able to win three of their meetings during those six years.

"It was always tough because Liverpool had a great team," admitted Moyes.

"It was always hard to get the better of them. They had a tremendous team, and still have.


Arsene Wenger cools talk of Ba swoop

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has played down talk of his club making a New Year move to sign Senegal striker Demba Ba from Newcastle United.

The 27-year-old has netted 11 times in the Premier League already this season and has been linked with a January move away from Tyneside, with a £7.5million release clause reported to be in his current contract.

However, Wenger was keen to play down the latest links, with Newcastle the visitors to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.


Nadal out of Australian Open

Rafael Nadal's much-anticipated comeback has been put on hold after he was forced to withdraw from next month's Australian Open.

The Spaniard hasn't been seen in a competitive match since this year's Wimbledon after being forced off the circuit with tendonitis in his left knee.

After a six month absence the 26-year-old was expected to make his return at the ongoing  exhibition tournament in Abu Dhabi, the Mubadala World Tennis Championship.