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Ante-Post Angle: Championship Chases

Entries for the championship chases at Cheltenham have been made, and this welcome festival milestone provides a perfect excuse for an in-depth look at the current ante-post markets, and a quest for that most elusive beast: good value. 1,536 more words

Ante-Post Angle: Action Roundup

Montserrat's Gold Cup hopes take a hit

Last week CONCACAF issued the following statement

CONCACAF DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE ISSUES DECISION IN THE BARBADOS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYER ELIGIBILITY CASES

CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE QUALIFYING 2018… 281 more words

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Montserrat's Route to the Gold Cup Finals

The final round of matches in the CONCACAF Nations League looks extraordinary. It is as if someone has deliberately manipulated the draw to create maximum anxiety. 605 more words

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The Montserrat Miracle Men March On: Aruba v Montserrat Post Match Review

Montserrat kept the dream of an almost preposterous Gold Cup qualification alive with a 2-0 win away to Aruba on Friday night. With just one round to go in what is one of the strangest football tournaments ever devised, Montserrat may just need a win in the Cayman Islands next March to make it to the USA. 1,151 more words

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The History Between the United States Women's National Team and The CONCACAF™ Gold Cup

by Jeremiah Jones

The United States Women’s National Team continued their dominance amongst international women’s soccer scene with their convincing 2-0 victory over Canada in the final of the… 306 more words

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Ekiti State apt to skyjack Gold Cup Tourney from Benue State

Impressed by Gold Cup standard and quality, Ekiti State is set to hijack the nation’s prestigious pre-season tournament hosting right from Benue State.

The General Manager of Phoenix Athletic Sports Club, Bayo Olanlege, disclosed to Newsmen in Ado-Ekiti, that he has been given the mandate by Ekiti State to woo the organisers of the foremost Nigerian pre-season tourney. 301 more words

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Mitchell leads a Merlyn foursome at Oulton

Ben Mitchell consolidated his lead of the HSCC Historic Formula Ford Championship, leading a procession of four Merlyn Mk20s home.

The Cotswold local was lucky to make the grid at all; a right-rear stub axle broke in qualifying and his father Westie had to go home and cannibalise his own Mk20 in order to repair it in time. 335 more words

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