NFL Scouting Combine the latest craze for fantasy draftniks

In the age of international sport, the concept of an off season is becoming ever more alien. In football and cricket there always seems to be one tournament or another going on, the Formula One season barely pauses for breath before the next one begins, and the same can be said for tennis, golf, horse racing and all the rest.

It now seems that this even holds true in the rarefied and insular world of American sport. The time was, Super Bowl Sunday would come and go, and there would be nothing for the fantasy leaguers to do but wait till the NFL draft at the end of April, to start getting their fantasy teams worked out for the following season.

The Combine, however, has put a stop to all that. Largely ignored in years gone by, it has become a hugely significant component of the annual schedule, for both those involved directly in the NFL and those who take their fantasy teams seriously.

What is the combine?

The NFL Combine provides the first opportunity to get a look at the very best college players. Representatives from all 32 NFL teams assemble at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to conduct a series of assessments and drills in advance of the forthcoming draft.

Lucas Oil Stadium - Public Tour 8/16/08
Lucas Oil Stadium (CC 4.0) by Just Bryan

Originally called the National Invitational Camp, it was first held in 1982. The Combine encompasses interviews, drug test and medical assessments, along with position-specific drills and traditional fitness tests that include bench presses, jumps, sprints and so on.

Given that the Combine is something that has been going on for more than 30 years, it might seem strange that so few fans have heard of it. The surge in popularity and profile that fantasy NFL leagues have enjoyed on both sides of the Atlantic over the past year or two certainly has a role to play in that.

When you get involved in a fantasy league, the “management” aspects of the game obviously become more important, and it is fair to surmise that the average fantasy NFL manager takes as much or more interest in the draft as the most devoted traditional fan of a given team.

The Bitcoin Bowl raises the bar

Last year, the Bitcoin Bowl combined two of the hottest topics for sports fans, particularly Stateside – fantasy leagues and cryptocurrency. Americans have a somewhat fraught relationship with fantasy sport. There is ongoing debate as to whether it is tantamount to gambling, which is heavily regulated, and has varying rules from one state to the next. Bitcoin has for some time been seen as a handy way of staying within the law, and Bitcoin gambling online has grown in popularity, whether it is in the context of casino gaming, slots or sports betting.

When the Bitcoin Bowl was announced, it led to increased engagement from American fantasy sports fans who were otherwise concerned about playing in money leagues. The result? Fantasy NFL got bigger still.

Ones to watch from the Combine

The 2018 Combine takes place in the first week of March. Who are likely to be the stand out names? Here are five that everyone will be watching very closely:

Lamar Jackson

There is something of the Michael Vick about Jackson. Twice, he has finished as a top-10 rusher while playing quarterback. At 200lb, there is not much to him, and there will be inevitable concerns as to potential fragility, particularly if he is planning to spend time out of the pocket. His accuracy as a thrower has also raised some question marks, but that is nothing that cannot be addressed with the right coaching.

Saquon Barkley

This immensely talented wide receiver is another certain first round pick. He is fast and he has great hands and spatial awareness. Barkley will be under the microscope even more than most. In training, he has successfully broken 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, and if he can do it again at the Combine, he will do himself no harm.

Josh Allen

At six foot five and 230lb, this much-discussed quarterback does not raise the same fragility concerns as Lamar Jackson. However, there are similar question marks over his accuracy. Nevertheless, if he performs well in the drills, expect him to be high on the list for those teams who have quarterback woes.

Calvin Ridley

The Alabama wide receiver has immense speed, and is expected to perform well on wideout routes. He needs to bulk out a little to look less like an injury waiting to happen, though.

D.J Moore

Another WR, Moore has already established an immense Twitter following in the fantasy NFL community. His name has been mentioned less in draft circles, but a strong showing at the Combine could give him the momentum he needs.

NFL Draft 2018: Who’s Likely To Be Picked

Now that we’re in that strange post-Super Bowl period, it’s time to keep a close eye on the NFL teams and witness team changes. With players becoming injured, retiring and simply being axed, teams within the NFL season are going to be transforming massively, but who can we expect to see in the 2018 NFL draft?

All 32 First-Round Picks Set

Luckily for you, we have the full 2018 NFL draft order list here, with all 32 first-round picks. With every week of the NFL being filled with DFS action, every tweak is essential to your fantasy football strategy, so you’ll want to watch these drafts closely. Now that the NFL is currently off-season, several tweaks are being made to the team in order to accommodate for retirements and axes, so all of the picks and tweaks can be found below.

Team Player

Cleveland Browns Saquon Barkely, RB, Penn State
New York Giants Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
Indianapolis Colts Bradley Chubb, DE, N.C. State
Cleveland Browns Sam Darnold, QB, USC
Denver Broncos Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame
New York Jets Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Minkah Fitzpatrick, S/CB, Alabama
Chicago Bears Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa
San Francisco 49ers Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech
Oakland Raiders Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia
Miami Dolphins Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State
Cincinnati Bengals Derwin James, S, Florida State
Washington Redskins Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
Green Bay Packers Marcus Davenport, DE, Texas-San Antonio
Arizona Cardinals Mike McGlinchery, OT, Notre Dame
Baltimore Ravens Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma
Los Angeles Chargers Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
Seattle Seahawks Derrius Guice, RB, LSU
Dallas Cowboys Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan
Detroit Lions Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech
Buffalo Bills James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
Buffalo Bills (via Kansas City) Vita Vea, DT, Washington
Los Angeles Rams Orlando Brown, T, Oklahoma
Carolina Panthers Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA
Tennessee Titans Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State
Atlanta Falcons Isaiah Wynn, G, Georgia
New Orleans Saints Harold Landry, DE/OLB, Boston College
Pittsburgh Steelers Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama
Jacksonville Jaguars Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
Minnesota Vikings Billy Price, G/C, Ohio State
New England Patriots Sam Hubbard, DE/OLB, Ohio State
Philadelphia Eagles Braden Smith, G, Auburn

Familiar Faces

What you may notice from the above table is that several faces are popping up more than once. The upcoming NFL season is proving to be extremely quarterback heavy, and thus talented players are required to fill in these gaps in order to lead teams to victory. With the NFL season being home to some very talented players, such as Brady and Fitzgerald continuously performing remarkably, there is a lot of competition and pressure on all NFL teams to perform to the best of their ability, but who are the players that are most in demand?

Orlando Brown

Orlando has been drafted to both the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Rams, both for reasonably similar reasons. Baltimore Ravens are in desperate need of a strong offensive player, and with Brown’s tackling skills and general build, he could become a very valuable asset to the team. There has been speculation that Calvin Ridley could be up for the same position as Brown, and while Brown would make an excellent offensive player, it might be too early for him on the Ravens.

Alternatively, while Los Angeles Rams experienced huge success with Andrew Whitworth this season, he is now 36-years-old, and while he has continued to defy the odds, the team could do with an upgrade – enter Brown. He’s raw, but he has great potential as Ram’s left tackle, and Isaiah Wynn could benefit from his support.

Marcus Davenport

Another familiar face on the 2018 draft list is Davenport, being listed for both the Panthers and Packers. In 2017, the Packers experienced quite the failure with signing on Vince Biegel to the team, as he simply didn’t impact the team at all, making a tweak in this position wise for the team for the next NFL season, with Davenport being an ideal candidate. Highly athletic and energetic, Davenport could be the perfect outside linebacker for the team, with a strong pre-draft process to his name.

Tremaine Edmunds

Since the scandal of the 49er’s former linebacker, Reuben Foster, came out, with stories about him allegedly dragging his injured girlfriend, the team are likely to replace him altogether. Moreover to this scandal, Foster has also been arrested twice, and is suspended for 6 games at the very least, making a cut highly likely. As a result, the 49ers will be looking for a new linebacker, making Tremaine an excellent choice thanks to his undeniable instinct and initiative. When it comes to the Detroit Lions, Tremaine could also fit well here, as he’s expected to rise high in the upcoming NFL season.

Da’Ron Payne

After Thanksgiving last year, the Redskins really struggled in their all-important game, with a lot of this being down to the inability to stop Alfred Morris on the opposing team. As a result, they need to seriously revise their defensive front, making some cuts and signings necessary in order to build a stronger side. Luckily for them, Payne is on the market, and happens to be an exceptional defensive player. Similar to the Redskins, the Chargers had a difficult time with their defence last season, so with Payne on their side, they should be able to dramatically improve their defensive stance.

Every single team is eager to win the Super Bowl, especially with the likes of the Eagle’s not yet winning a season. As a result, this off-season period is really crucial for all NFL teams, with new players completely transforming the team’s overall performance. Only time will tell how accurate these drafts are.

Man United eyeing move for Real Madrid defender

Manchester United are reportedly lining up a big money swoop for Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane, with the La Liga giants president Florentino Perez willing to listen to offers, according to reports.

The Frenchman has forged a reputation as one of the hottest defensive prospects in Europe during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, and Jose Mourinho is said to be interested to be keen to rekindle his relationship with the 24-year-old from his time in Spain.

According to Spanish news outlet Diario Gol, the reigning La Liga and Champions League holders’ hierarchy are willing to offload their player to Man United for around €60m (£54m), but also see him as a bargaining chip to get hold of their most desired target.

Perez is said to be keen on signing the Red Devils goalkeeper David De Gea, despite the Spaniard being tipped to extend his stay in the North West during the coming weeks.

The Spanish report adds that Perez will use Varane, as well as the duo of Toni Kroos and Gareth Bale – who are valued at £54m and €90m (£80m) respectively – to secure the shot-stopper.

Real Madrid see the upcoming summer as an opportunity to rebuild their squad following their disappointing season which could well leave them without silverware, while Mourinho is hoping to strengthen the core of his team and close the gap on Manchester City.

The former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss will, however, have to complete his business earlier than usual in the upcoming transfer window, with new regulations coming into play halting any English league side adding to their squad ahead of the opening match of next term.

Man United return to Premier League action on Monday night against Crystal Palace (away) while they welcome Liverpool at Old Trafford on Saturday in Premier League Gameweek 30. If you’re looking for uk free bets that have enhanced odds for the upcoming clash? as got you covered!

Three Teams Misjudged in the World Cup Odds

The art of setting odds in sports is a curious business. Not only do you have to take in the tangible factors like form and precedence, but also intangible issues such as how a team will cope with the pressure to deliver. England and Germany are good examples of this, with the former regularly underachieving when bringing talented squads to international competition and the latter consistently delivering regardless of how average the squad is judged to be.

Bookmakers, of course, don’t always get it right when it comes to odds-setting. Below are three nations who may have been misjudged in the odds for this year’s World Cup. That is not to say they will definitely lift the trophy in at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on 15th July, but their odds are perhaps a little bigger than they should be, and they can always be backed each way.

There are lots of free bet offers from major bookmakers available to use on the World Cup, so some of these teams might be worth backing in a shot to nothing:

Spain: World Cup Odds 8/1 (Betway)

This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA

Nobody is going to label Spain a dark horse team to win the World Cup, but there is clear daylight between them and the other favourites – Germany (5/1), Brazil (5/1) France (11/2) – in the latest betting odds. For many, Spain should be neck and neck with that trio. While La Furia Roja were disappointing at Brazil 2014 and Euro 2016, they seem to have really got their act together again.

An unbeaten qualifying campaign saw only three goals conceded and 36 scored in a group containing Italy. Unlike some of their rivals, the Spain squad is ridiculously deep and not dependent on a handful of players, meaning they could easily cope with injuries to star players and still shine in Russia.

Belgium: World Cup Odds 16/1 (Stan James)

Belgium’s large odds can only be put down to the fact that they have never truly succeeded in a World Cup, with their best performance being 4th place in 1986. The current generation of Belgian stars is probably their best in history however. Crucially, the team is made up of some of the form players in world football, with the likes of Hazard, De Bruyne and Mertens all at the very peak of their careers.

In a way, Belgium are the perfect team to use a free bet on, because they offer both generous odds and a very, very good chance of becoming the ninth nation to win the World Cup. This once in a generation squad really could deliver.

Croatia: World Cup Odds: 40/1 (Various)

This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA

Croatia may not boast the squad depth of Spain or France, but they have a brilliant starting XI featuring the likes of Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic, Mario Mandzukic and Ivan Perisic. If those players can stay fit, there is every chance that Croatia could emulate the 3rd place finish achieved at the 1998 World Cup in France.

It should be worth nothing that Croatia have been given a decent draw for Russia, despite being placed in the same group as Argentina. They look a really good bet to reach the knockout stages and could provide huge each way value for punters looking to make a profit in Russia.

Lacazette blow for Gunners

Arsenal have been dealt a blow with the news that striker Alexandre Lacazette is set to miss up to six weeks after undergoing minor knee surgery. Lacazette is expected to return in March after a successful operation on his left knee. The £52m summer signing will however miss the upcoming Carabao Cup Final against Manchester City at Wembley later this month.

The French forward came off the bench as a 65th-minute substitute during Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat to Tottenham on Saturday, missing a late chance to level the match when one-on-one with compatriot Hugo Lloris. Lacazette will be absent when Arsenal travel to Sweden to face Ostersunds FK in the last-32 of the Europa League on Thursday.

The Gunners are odds on to win that game, while they may be pinning their hopes on justifying a price of 5/1 to win the Europa League in a bid to get back into the Champions League next season, given their struggles in the Premier League’s top-four race. With January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang not eligible for European football, Danny Welbeck is set to be Arsene Wenger’s only available senior striker for Thursday’s game in Sweden. News and odds courtesy of Bet365.

Premier League Injury News

Swansea City‘s recent revival under new boss Carlos Carvalhal has been dealt a blow with two key players set to miss the rest of the season.

Leroy Fer and Wilfried Bony both suffered injuries in the Swans draw away to Leicester in the Premier League on Saturday and both were confirmed by the club to be season-ending. Fer has ruptured his Achilles tendon while Bony, injured just coming on as a substitute in the game, has torn his anterior cruciate ligament.

The double blow threatens Swansea’s recent revival under Carvalhal who took over from Paul Clement at the end of last year. In his short time in charge he has seen the side suffer just one defeat in nine matches and they are now unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions. The point at the King Power Stadium saw the Swans climb out of the relegation zone on goal difference and, in a congested bottom half of the Premier League table, they are just three points behind Watford who are 11th.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has urged Marouane Fellaini to sign a new contract as the Belgian nears the end of his current deal. The 30-year-old former Everton star, who out of contract at the end of the season, is set to miss several weeks after suffering a knee injury in United’s 2-0 defeat at Tottenham on Wednesday. Fellaini has made 12 top-flight appearances this season but may now be sidelined until mid-March.

“I told him, ‘sign the contract and shut up’,” Mourinho said. “I told him, ‘don’t gamble too much, sign the contract before you know the extent of the injury’. “It is not an ACL, a complete rupture of any structure of the knee. “But we need him, the Champions League is arriving [United play Sevilla on 21st February] and lots of tough matches to play and probably we are going to lose him for a few weeks. Two, three, four or five, I cannot say at the moment.”

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has confirmed that midfielder Steven Defour will miss the rest of the season because of a knee injury. Crystal Palace forward Bakary Sako will not play again this season after suffering a serious ankle injury during Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with West Ham United.

Finally, away from injuries, Liverpool and Tottenham drew 2-2 in their Premier League game at Anfield in a tale of two penalties in the dying minutes. Liverpool led early through a Mohamed Salah goal only for Victor Wanyama to score with a thunderous equaliser on 80 minutes. There then followed 10 minutes of drama with Spurs missing a penalty, Salah scoring again and Harry Kane taking another penalty and scoring to equalise with virtually the last kick of the game. The result keeps Liverpool third in the table with Spurs in fifth.

Premier League news courtsey of

The Importance of Football Betting Price Boosts

The football betting industry is hugely competitive among online bookmakers. A lot of effort is put into advertising campaigns and other forms of marketing, with bookmakers keen to get themselves noticed and highlight what advantages they hold over their competitors.

This competitiveness can obviously work to the benefit of those who bet on sports. There is, of course, always some sort of promotion, such as a free bet, available when signing up to a bookmaker. These are always useful for anyone looking to maximise their profit from betting. However, one promotion offered by some bookmakers, yet often overlooked by the majority of punters, is the idea of a price boost.

What is a price boost?

A price boost is a deliberate inflation of the odds by a bookmaker. It could be based on a single event, such as a player to score a goal in a match, or for several different events, such as three specific teams to win in the latest round of Premier League fixtures. The idea is that the bookmaker will show the ‘real’ odds then give you an option of betting on ‘boosted’ odds.

How does it work?

Using UK Company Betway Sport as an example, we can see that they offer ‘Betway Boosts’ for the Premier League, as well as various other sports. On Premier League Gameweek 25, they offered a boost on Liverpool, Arsenal and West Ham to win their games Huddersfield, Swansea and Crystal Palace respectively. The ‘real’ odds for the teams were: Liverpool 1/3, Arsenal 1/2 and West Ham 21/10.

Those odds for a treble work out at just a touch over 5/1, thus a £10 bet would return £62 if all three teams win their respective games. However, the boosted price offered by Betway is 13/2, meaning a £10 bet would return £75. This represents a 17.5% increase in returns by the person placing the bet.

Why are boosts important?

It might be stating the obvious, but price boosts can really increase your profit margins when betting on football. As mentioned at the start of this piece, bookmakers are highly competitive when it comes to offering odds and promotions, but that is not always the case for customers. Many punters will simply not check around for the best odds or promotions, simply settling for their current bookmaker’s offerings.

Are bet boosts different from other promotions?

The thing to remember about boosted bets is that they are just like a regular betting selection, i.e. there are no hidden catches. Many bookmakers’ promotions, while generous, may carry certain stipulations, such as requiring you to turn over (re-bet) money before it can be withdrawn to your account. With a bet boost there are no such restrictions, it is simply a standard bet with increased odds.

Are bet boosts only available for the Premier League?

Major UK bookmakers, like the aforementioned Betway, will offer price boosts across a whole range of sports, with everything from football to US sports to eSports included. The main thing to remember is to check out the promotions tabs on the top of your bookmaker’s homepage to see if you can get a boost for your chosen sport. It really is a no-brainer, as it does not cost the punter anything, yet increases the odds of their bet.

Use Your Fantasy Football Knowledge To Your Advantage

We all love keeping our Fantasy Football teams up to date and following their progress every step of the way. It is a constant conundrum to decide which eleven players to start in your team each week and who to leave on the bench.

When watching football, having your Fantasy team set up gives every kick a bit of extra spice. Never has an assist meant more than when it comes from the player you eventually decided to captain after hours of deliberation.

As fun as it is to see your side rack up the points each week, you can also use your extensive knowledge of Fantasy Football to your advantage to potentially make a bit of extra money. If you have a player that is constantly banging in the goals, then a bet on that player to score anytime in the next match may be worth a look.

For example, with Tottenham striker Harry Kane racking up the points for your Fantasy team, you will be able to predict a goal from him in the next game. Therefore, you will know that a bet on the England striker to score in a market such as First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer or Anytime Goalscorer is quite likely to win.

Knowledge of other football betting markets will also come into play. A lot of the time, picking an excellent and winning Fantasy Football team starts with building from the back. Your defenders and goalkeeper can be crucial. If a defender from one particular team keeps picking up clean sheets every single week, you could make a profit from their next game.

Markets such as Both Teams To Score and Over/Under 2.5 Goals can be exploited. If Phil Jones is grabbing clean sheet points every week, the chances are that his Manchester United team are going to keep a clean sheet in the next game too. Therefore, a bet on ‘Both Teams To Score – No’ will probably offer you a good chance of finding a winning bet.

You will also be able to benefit from football betting predictions with Tipsfix tips. They provide tips for the biggest and best football matches taking place around the world, and by following their tips you may be able to earn a bit of extra cash.

The tips on their website cover a couple of different key betting markets, including Match Odds, Over 2.5 Goals, Correct Score and Both Teams To Score. Many people simple use Fantasy Football as a fun game to play for free, but there are opportunities to make a little more money too.

Fantasy Football is all about the stats, and when trying to find a winning bet the stats will almost always be the most important thing.

Expert Tips for Making the Best Football Score Predictions

People who practice sports betting on a regular basis agree that making accurate football scores predictions is both a science and an art. There is a series of important aspects to consider when predicting, which is why many beginners fail and end up losing money. In this article, you’ll find what experts have to say about the latest score predictions, what things to pay attention to the most when predicting, and where to find the best betting offers.

Make sure you check your odds

According to experts, football odds available on the Internet don’t always match up to what happens in real life. Even so, they are the closest and fastest source you can get. The first thing to do before betting on a game is to take a quick look at the odds to see which team has more chances to win. Based on this aspect, you can make a more accurate football score prediction and increase your chances of winning more money.

Consider the team’s history when making predictions

Another important aspect you must keep in mind before going on with score prediction is the history of each team. Spend some time browsing the Internet and learning everything that is out there about each football team. Simply assuming that some team is stronger won’t take you too far with score prediction. Find out what the specific strengths of each team are, which players will be on the field during the match, and so on. The latest score prediction you find online may not match the reality, so you’d better do some research yourself and see which football team is actually worth betting on.

The best team doesn’t always come with the best value

The most frequent betting mistake many beginners make is to bet all their money on the team that is known to be the strongest instead of the one that has the best value. Chances for the best team in the league to win against any other football team are lower than you may believe. Even the best ones have their draws sometimes and lose matches. Don’t make football score predictions based on assumptions because you may have a surprise.

Consider unpredictability too!

Keep in mind that even those who have years of experience in sports betting and make some of the most accurate football score predictions can be wrong sometimes. You’ll always have to be prepared for unpredictable results, unexpected losses or, why not, surprise victories. You’ll never be 100% sure with score prediction, but this doesn’t mean you can’t use it to get an idea of what football team to bet your money on this time.

Overall, football score prediction is something that can only be learnt with time. There are several important aspects to consider when betting and some of them have already been mentioned above. Take them into account and you’ll definitely improve your betting strategy in the shortest time possible.

Lavish Lifestyle of Footballers

Most of the football players nowadays earn high class wages, with the power of living life the way they want. Their houses speak for itself, and at the same time show how they like to live with their sense of tastes. These luxury homes feature the most beautiful and extravagant amenities that one could ask for. At the end of the day, footballers have the lavishness to live a fancy life in a fancy home. In the following, you will read about some of the well-known footballers, and their luxury homes:

Zlatan Ibrahimović

The former Swedish international and current Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimović, definitely has a greater taste and loves living the deluxe life. The dynamic footballer famous for his crazy bicycle kicks and witty one-liners found himself an extravagant mansion in Cheshire, England.

Estimated around £16,500 per month, the wonderful mansion comes with six bedrooms, gymnasium, a plush garden for his two kids to kick the ball around, a luxury swimming pool, a cocktail bar, and a double car garage for his expensive supercars.

Ricardo Kaka

Ricardo is one of the most popular and beloved football players across the globe. During the peak time in his career, he was one of the most decorated players. The latter also went on to win personal accolades such as the FIFA World Player of the year and the FIFA Ballon d’Or.

Ricardo later moved to America, to play football for Major League Soccer team Orlando City SC. This move meant that he had to find himself a nice home. Ricardo went on to buy a beautiful $2.4 million mansion in Isleworth. This mansion may not be as expensive as his other mansions located in Italy and Spain, but it certainly has a lot of charm to it.

Frank Lampard

The 39-year-old former Chelsea football club legend is one of the top midfielders football has ever seen. Frank enjoyed his last spell in the Premier League with Manchester City, after his beloved club Chelsea FC chose to let him go. He later moved to play to New York City FC in the Major League Soccer.

It is believed that this football gem has a $39 million penthouse in New York. This 9,000-sq. ft. apartment was formerly rented out by Hollywood megastar Robert DeNiro. And it is also believed that the rent is an enormous $95,000 per month.

Gareth Bale

The Welsh superstar has come a long way from since he made his debut with Southampton Fc, before moving to Tottenham Hotspur FC. The winger now plays for Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid FC, and has managed to cement himself in a starting spot within the team.

Being part in this giant club gives Gareth the luxury to live amongst the famous and rich. The star currently lives in Pozuelo de Alarcón, Spain, near his famous teammate Cristiano Ronaldo. Current Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane also lives nearby. The luxurious mansion is estimated around $8 million. The property consists of four bedrooms, an indoor gym and pool, and a six-car garage. The place has effective security 24/7 and is secure from paparazzi.

There are many more football players who live in luxury houses, and have a lavish lifestyle. This include the likes of Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr, Cristiano Ronaldo, and many. Football is all about passion and wins, just like the countless online slots at Aspers Casino Online. This online casino site consists of a huge array of online slots, that can make you feel the football spirit while accessing its sports themed slots, such as Cup Carnaval Slot, Football Champions Cup Slot, and Football Star Slot.