Bent, Bentley and Betting

Darren Bent continued his impressive pre-season scoring record with three goals against Leyton Orient last night in another 5-1 victory. Aaron Lennon and Luka Modric were also on the score sheet.

Unless something major happens with us bringing in a couple of big name strikers in before the start of the season, it looks like Bent will be leading the front line coming off the back of some excellent displays.

Spurs have called a press conference for later today to unveil David Bentley. The fee is £15m rising to £17m depending on his performances. Arsenal are rumoured to be getting £7m of this.

A statement from Tottenham plc read: “Tottenham Hotspur plc is pleased to announce that agreement has been reached with Blackburn Rovers for the transfer of the registration of the England international midfielder, David Bentley, age 23 years, to Tottenham Hotspur FC for a total consideration of £15million and up to an additional £2million payable upon future performances.

“The player’s contract is for a period of up to six years.”

Goals from last night

Spurs Betting

My bread and butter is a betting site Expert Betting Advice, just a friendly horse racing forum where people exchange tips and news. We also have a horse racing syndicate and and free to enter competitions.

I have set up a page with just Spurs Odds for the coming season. Covers pretty much anything and everything Tottenham related. I’ll be writing some previews before the season starts and before each game, be pleased to hear your thoughts.

Tottenham Betting Odds

That’s me for today, might be back later if we sign Arshavin or if anything interesting happens at the Bentley party!

7 thoughts on “Bent, Bentley and Betting”

  1. i like all the odds in one place, nice work.

    the way spurs are playing in these friendlies is something else.

  2. Like the betting page – Spurs without the big four has to be the bet. Backed the win at middlesbrough too.

  3. This is the season something good is going to happen, I know we won the Carling last year, but i can see bigger and better things to come, with these signings and Ramos at the raines, whos to know what Spurs can win, Uefa, FA, maybe finish 4th if the Goons dont sign anyone.

  4. Vooghty the yid,

    Dont try to mention Arsenal pal. You wont be near us again this year.

    Save yourself the heart break.

    I believe Spurs have a bright future under Ramos, but I feel another mid-table finish is on the cards for you.

    Too many chopping and changing, the year after you will be more of a force.

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