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12 minutes ago, slinger208b said:

 

My angle is incorrect, just woke up and misread the post...

 

 

Oooh you turn from spoilsport to tease

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2 minutes ago, slinger208b said:

 

That says more about you than it does about me...

My angle was correct and I didn't misread your post .....

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26 minutes ago, Pulsar said:

 

I have never been a betting man and don't fully understand how people pay their hard earned money on chance least of all because i don't understand the process, odds and all that.

But am i to get my hopes up with this?

Basically what has happened, is Betfair have been told by the EFL there is no points deduction but they have forgot to tell the club 

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59 minutes ago, RigBon said:

 

That's pretty-much my point. They have not yet settled Wigan bets, because they know that they have a points deduction pending. But they HAVE settled bets on us.

 

What do you want them to settle exactly?

 

Wigan inclusive of deductions can still survive?

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1 hour ago, RigBon said:

 

That's pretty-much my point. They have not yet settled Wigan bets, because they know that they have a points deduction pending. But they HAVE settled bets on us...

Wigan HAVE been handed a points deduction.

 

We HAVEN’T been handed a points deduction (yet).

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Seen media reports today that it could be mid September until these issues get sorted for clubs in the Championship and league 2. I think it's quite safe to assume any points will be taken off next season (if at all.) 

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1 hour ago, Pulsar said:

 

I have never been a betting man and don't fully understand how people pay their hard earned money on chance least of all because i don't understand the process, odds and all that.

But am i to get my hopes up with this?

Yes and no, if that makes any sense.

 

it appears that they’re thinking that we’re not going to get a points deduction that would result in relegation this season - but it doesn’t rule out the possibility of us starting next season on (say) minus 12

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1 hour ago, deano said:

Seen media reports today that it could be mid September until these issues get sorted for clubs in the Championship and league 2. I think it's quite safe to assume any points will be taken off next season (if at all.) 

They'd have a job doing that, next season starts 3 weeks after this one ends.

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1 hour ago, daleblue said:

Both my bets are still valid, one for promotion, and one for relegation, that's with 365.


Yes they are a canny lot 365 - they obviously arent counting out us doing a late run for the play offs ....

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9 minutes ago, ANDY said:

Bet365 give it til the end of July 

 

 

 

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I put mine on after xmas, only got odds at 16/1

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3 hours ago, the monk said:

Basically what has happened, is Betfair have been told by the EFL there is no points deduction but they have forgot to tell the club 

They did tell Swansea’s manager though who just happened to be in a boozer in Oughtibridge the night before a Swansea home game. 

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58 minutes ago, We'llNeverBeMastered said:

They'd have a job doing that, next season starts 3 weeks after this one ends.

Well yeah, that's my point. 

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4 hours ago, Pulsar said:

 

I have never been a betting man and don't fully understand how people pay their hard earned money on chance least of all because i don't understand the process, odds and all that.

But am i to get my hopes up with this?


Lump on! lol

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37 minutes ago, BIG D said:

They did tell Swansea’s manager though who just happened to be in a boozer in Oughtibridge the night before a Swansea home game. 


I can confirm this is true. He had a pint of Moretti and a bag of pork scratchings whilst attempting to chat the landlord up.  He also failed to maintain a safe social distance. 

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