What a few days for the Spurs Danish maestro, Christian Eriksen (£2.14) who arguably had the performance of his career with his sublime hat trick vs Ireland
Author Jim Johnson
Neymar who has burst through the £7 barrier to currently be trading at £7.23, having been available for £5.80 in the last month but yesterday witnessed another mammoth rise of an Index giant, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Worlds most expensive player is living up to that title on the Football Index…
The honour of being England captain was bestowed on Spurs midfielder/defender Eric Dier (£0.71) yesterday and what a game to take the armband!
Could these strikers be a new growth opportunity when the domestic campaigns get back up and running? A look at forwards around the top 5 leagues.
This weeks international break has England taking on the worlds best, and first up is the team currently ranked first in FIFA’s standings, Germany.
The final whistles yesterday marked the end of the league campaigns for a fortnight of international football. Depending on your national allegiances it is either an exciting period with the play offs for the World Cup or you are itching for the league to get back as you can’t stand the international breaks…
You read that right, today marks a humongous 18p dividend on offer for tonight’s Europa League star player thanks to the new doubling of dividends. Each position will have a 12p buzz dividend on offer with a further 6p dividend for the days star player.
The 1st November 2017, remember the date, it’s a huge day in the world of the Football Index as we welcome the arrival of double performance buzz dividends! And Indexers will be profiting instantly this evening as the Champions League continues
England’s youth teams appear to be the direct opposite of the national team at this moment in time, in that they actually look rather good! Earlier in the year the U20’s national side won the World Cup in their age category thanks to the likes of Dominic Solanke (£0.85