New Year’s Day Football Tips: Here’s to a Better 2021!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I think we can all agree that we’re glad to see the back of 2020, an absolute disaster of a year that’s brought so much pain, suffering and disruption to the lives of many.

Our community here has felt that pain as keenly as anyone following the sad and sudden loss of our gaffer, Mr Fixit. So, if you’re raising a glass to welcome in the new year please keep Paul in your thoughts.

The many messages of condolence have been a great source of comfort to Paul’s family and we can be proud of how we’ve kept Paul’s flame alive here on the site. We head towards 2021 with hope and determination to continue to make the site the best we can in Paul’s honour.

Here’s to a better year ahead for all of us!

Friday’s Tips

We kick-off the year with a couple of Premier League matches. Both Everton and Man Utd have Liverpool in their sights at the top of the table and KevMac and SlipsTips have penned previews for each match as well as making start on Saturday’s fixtures including the massive match at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership.

As expected there were still some winners posted on Thursday despite the lack of fixtures to choose from – Hullshaker deserving of a special mention for his ability to find winners in any corner of the world. Best of luck if you’re posting tips in the comments section on Friday.

Friday’s Racing Tips

Alan Thomson is on duty with four bets at Musselburgh’s New Year meeting

New Year Resolutions

The beginning of a new year is always a good time to reset and refocus. This Masterclass, penned by MrFixit back in 2017, is still as pertinent today as it was three years ago, suggesting 10 golden rules to stick to when you’re betting in 2021.

Wishing you all the very best of health, wealth and hapiness in 2021.

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Donate in Paul’s Name

We’ve now exceeded the £3,000 mark for both causes set up in Paul’s honour, which is a wonderful tribute to him, so thanks to all who have donated so far. If you would like to make a donation in Paul’s memory please read about The Bubble Foundation and St Margaret of Scotland Hospice and find how to donate here.

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