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The Duke’s Easter review

The Duke looks back on a busy Easter schedule and he was delighted to see his namesake claim the Irish National, but spared a thought for Barry Geraghty.

Columnists, Horse Racing

A case for the defence – Klopp is no improvement on Rodgers and needs to step up

Results wise Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is no improvement on previous incumbent Brendan Rodgers and the German really needs to step up his game, well his defence anyway....


Vicente impresses The Duke as Punchestown looms

The Duke looks back on the weekend's action including Vicente's win at the Scottish National and casts an eye to Punchestown, coming up this week.


Brexit – what does it mean for gambling industry?

Recent controversy in regards to status of Gibraltar post-Brexit serves as a reminder that the UK gambling industry has a lot to lose.


Football INDEX – our man in the know

Football INDEX trader Louis Moore joins and will look to offer some insights in the coming weeks - first up some basics of the game...


Psychology of a Betfair Trader

Breeze over this and you’re making a mistake. It’s totally under-rated. New traders do it again and again.


Is John Terry’s exit again showing why money can’t buy you class?

Does Chelsea's failure to keep another one of their legends at the club show their lack of class once again?


The Duke’s Weekend Preview

Some big Flat and National Hunt action this weekend and The Duke casts his eye of the weekend's action.


Puncheon good enough for England

Andy Gray delivers his latest column and he believes Jason Puncheon is now good enough to be playing for England.


Emotional night at EFL awards

David Craig looks back on an emotional night at the EFL awards, and he is full of praise for one of the night's big winners - Anthony Knockaert.


Alonso is up there with Kante and Mane

Now don't get me wrong, Marcos Alonso will not be getting my vote for Football of the Year - but he is up there with Kane and Mane for signing of the season, no doubt.

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