Why Manchester United Keep Spoling Accumulator Bets
Manchester United have always been the safe bet. The most premier league titles out of any team, and the same manager for over a quarter of a decade. Without Sir Alex at the helm, we all knew it would be different, but lets face it, not quite this different though…
United’s topsy turvy form goes to show just how tough it is at the top, and what an amazing job Ferguson did for all those years. But this year has seen them become the avid punter’s worst nightmare, completely and utterly unpredictable. Just a few months after beating Swansea 4-1 in their own back yard, United welcomed them back to Old Trafford this January and in spite of the Swans being out of form and stretched by competing in 4 competitions, the Welsh club pulled off an upset.
David Moyes will surely be given time to figure things out after that huge contract hike, but the frustrating nature of Uniteds patchy form continues to be a mystery in the mean time, even for those who religiously use their account on bet365 sportsbook to wager a weekly premier league accumulator. Having won an impressive six games on the spin in December, despite an injury ravaged squad, you could be forgiven for thinking the United of old were coming back, but January flops against Swansea, Sunderland and Champions League Rivals Spurs have suggested otherwise. Nobody seems to know which Manchester United will turn up to games right now, and unless they reclaim some sort of consistency it could be a rocky road for some time.