Bish Bash Bosh Milan Done
Well I’m back in blighty following a cracking week in Milan, nice place & highly recommended. I might do a proper write-up on Milan because it’s a great place for footy fans to visit and I have some local tips and recommendations to get the best out of your visit.
I didn’t manage to get too many Betfair trades done as being on holiday with the missus obviously puts a limit on the amount of time you can spend online, but thanks to the wonders of modern technology, namely my phone and the wi-fi in the hotel I managed to get the my prediction emails for bot the Football Trading System and the Football Maestro System.
Once again the Football Trading System simply keeps on winning, I used a Betfair app on my phone and it was easy to trade as per normal, without annoying the good lady too much . Tuesday saw me trade on Inter Milan v Dinamo Kiev and AZ Alkmaar against Arsenal. Both of them came up trumps for a profit of £4.83, made sweeter by the fact I was actually at the Inter Milan game. Wednesday’s Champions League action saw me trading on the Chelsea and Wolfsburg matches and the Wolfsburg ended up as my first loss for October although I still made a profit of £0.48 for the night (woohoo).
Thursday saw me trade on the Ajax and Athletic Bilbao matches and both matches came up trumps for me and I took away a profit of £3.76 for the night. So all in all I have traded on 6 days in October using the FTS and all 6 have been profitable. There have been 9 trades with 8 winning trades, it’s definitely the best £50 I’ve spent in quite a while.
The Football Maestro System meanwhile has been a little less than successful so far, but I still have confidence in the system as since I started this blog I have had a couple of chats with people who have used the system over the past couple of years and have actually done quite well out of it. I am mindful of the fact that the Maestro System is actually up for the season so far (Aug & Sep were both in profit), but unfortunately I seem to have joined it during a rocky patch, which I am also mindful of. I mean who would have predicted Rubin Kazan to beat Barcelona at home or Stoke to win at Spurs today. There have been some big footy shocks in October and hopefully the system will come back to the fore in November.
Tuesday saw me follow-up Saturday’s -£13.00 day with a -£20.00, thanks to Inter Milan & Arsenal somehow contriving to draw their respective Champions League matches as well as just missing out on several correct score predictions. Wednesday saw a profit from the Chelsea v Atletico Madrid (their manager has since been sacked), but unfortunately some of the scores were all over the place, so the correct score predictions again generated a loss. So another £27.51 down since my last post, but I’m going to stick with it as these things are all about the long-term and every system is liable to blips.