October 13, 2014

Global Soccer Goals

Global Soccer Goals seeks to exploit the correct score market in football. The service is provided as an executable file (Windows only I’m afraid) and once you download the zip file it can be installed without too much trouble. To safeguard your purchase you are required to fill in a form with your email address and submit the details. In return you’ll receive an activation code (mine came in a couple of hours) and once you enter that the manual can be read.

As another safeguard the manual can’t be printed so you should make sure that you download it to a machine that you have ready access to.

The manual sets the scene and provides the rules you need to follow.

You only need two websites to find the information you need. Note that you are likely to need several bookmaker accounts to obtain the best odds but the manual also contains advice for those who would rather use Betfair but the author has not used this method himself so offers it as an alternative for those who prefer that trading platform.

Selections are possible each day. This does not mean to say that you have to follow this each day, I suspect you could dip in and out as necessary.

The system is very easy to follow, with only two websites to check and one simple rule so anyone using the system would get the same bets as anyone else, and it can be completed in minutes. There is no form study required, in fact you don’t even have to have any knowledge, or interest, in football either.

Since the start of the season on 22nd August, the system has produced a rather incredible 104 points profit so I have no hesitation giving this system the thumbs up.

As a bonus offer for limited time, you can also get Smart Soccer Trading Intro package with Global Soccer Goals of £29.99 absolutely free. That is 12 video’s (over 2 hours).Approved2

You can get Global Soccer Goals here:

http://www.cash-master.com/GlobalSoccerGoals.php

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michael manning October 13, 2014 at 9:23 pm

,Hi Graham…the profits for the above service are indeed impressive but i’m sure i recall each bet required 5 points ,that would make it approx 22 points profit.If i’m incorrect i apologise, but if not ,this should be explained in your posting.Thanks.

Graham October 14, 2014 at 10:53 am

Hi Michael, no you’re mistaken. It’s true that each bet requires five points, but we are betting one point on five different score lines, and a losing bet is taken as -5 points, not -1. So the profit figure of 104 points is accurate! Good, eh?

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