The Soccer Man

| January 5, 2020 | Reply

Product Name:

The Soccer Man

Company Name & Contact Details:

Bet Social

Apt 31452 Chynoweth House,
Trevissome Park,
Truro,
TR4 8UN

admin@betsocial.co.uk

Price:

£44 every 28 days or £88 every three months.

Both options come with a half-price offer for the first 28 days or first quarter.

Money Back Guarantee:

None mentioned.

What Do You Get?

Daily football tips from European leagues covering a multitude of markets from 1X2 to anytime scorer. Selections are generally given as singles, doubles or trebles but occasionally there may be permed trebles or some other form of permutations.

Where to Buy:

The Soccer Man

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 100-points is recommended for following this service.

How Much Money Can I Make?

Whilst there are no specific claims, the author refers to “having personally made over £9,000 already this soccer season!” A look at the detailed results spreadsheet shows that this refers to the position in mid-November based on £100 per point stakes. However, at the end of December the total points profit this season is standing at 37.41 points.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

Generally there are only between one and three bets per day. Days with three bets tend to be singles but there can be multiples and permed bets on some days as well. The information is clear and easy to follow and the bookmakers offering the best prices is quoted on the email. All-in-all you shouldn’t need more than five to ten minutes each day to get the bets placed.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

A PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet connection and access to a range of online bookmakers to maximise the odds achieved.

Value for Money?

I’ll offer a view on this at the end of the three months.

Quality of Customer Service?

The response I got when setting up the review was quick and efficient and the process for confirming your account is simple and speedy, the tips begun arriving immediately after setting up the account.

I have not had cause to contact Bet Social during the review so far.

Review
Bet Social joined forces with William aka The Soccer Man at the start of the 2019/20 season to bring punters William’s “well researched football bets”.

We are told that the extensive research covers a huge range of statistics, from home/away records, current team confidence, head2head records, goal ratios for/against, how important the match is to each team (e.g. promotion/relegation issues) to current form, injuries, suspensions and many more. This information is then used to seek out the value bets for each day’s matches.

The majority of selections come from the 1X2, BTTS (both teams to score) or handicap markets but there is no restriction on the markets William will look at to find the value bets. The matches covered have so far been from European leagues, with a definite bias towards the top four tiers of the English football pyramid.

Most selections will be singles, doubles or trebles, but once again there is no limitation on the bet types The Soccer Man uses to find profit and permed trebles, Patents and Lucky 15’s have all featured in this first season.

The email containing the daily selections usually arrives before 11:00 each morning and is clear and easy to follow. The bookmaker offering the odds advised is stated on the email and these have generally been achievable when I have checked them.

Stakes for the singles, doubles and trebles range from one to three-points, whilst the perms will generally be one-point per bet.

Results – Month 1 (1st December to 31st Decmber 2019)

The review didn’t get off to the best of starts with a loss of 26.11 points in the first month.

The singles fared pretty well with a strike rate of 55.56% (10/18) from average odds of 2.01 (all but evens) and average stakes of 1.83 points, returning 5.83 points profit. This was helped significantly by the two-point bet on Peterborough to beat Dover in the FA Cup with a minus 2 handicap at odds of 3.6 (13/5). Fulham waere the only three-point single and they duly obliged by beating Stoke at odds of just over evens (2.03).

Unfortunately the multiples performed poorly this month. Doubles produced just a single win from 12 attempts, losing 20.16 points into the bargain; seven trebles produced two wins but an overall loss of 1.78 points; the solitary two-point fourfold lost and both attempts at permed trebles failed to yield any return, losing a total of eight-points into the bargain.

There were plenty of doubles with one winning leg out of the two, whilst four of the losing trebles had two winning legs. The fourfold had three winning legs and was extremely unfortunate not to land as Leeds squandered a three-goal lead at home to Cardiff!

Summary at End of Month 1

Although there were plenty of near misses this was still a losing month to kick off the review. We will be looking for an improvement in the performance of the multiples next month to get the results back on track.

 

A full analysis of the results from the review can be found here.

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