Take a bow, FIFA’s marketing guru, who must have taken all of twenty seconds to come up with the name of FIFA’s prestigious awards ceremony ‘The Best’ that rolled into London last night.
There were only 2 Premier League matches yesterday, but what a pair of games they were! It was a feast of goals during both games as Arsenal first of all smashed 5 past Everton and then Tottenham replied with a similarly emphatic 4-1 victory over Liverpool.
Football Index is booming at the moment with the Footie now over 9,000 points at 9,052 points. To put this into context the Footie launched at 1,000 points back in October 2015. That is a rise of 805% in just over 2 years! Eight hundred and Five Per Cent, incredible growth! How does this compare with other financial products on the market?
Morata has already smashed in 6 goals so far in the league, but yesterday it was another striker Chelsea had to depend on to bag the 3 points: Michy Batshuayi! (£1.10)
Yesterday was yet another day in which we saw substantial investment across the board, with new records and new barriers being broken throughout the day!
Even on the quieter nights in Europe, the Football Index continues to show masses of momentum! We saw further growth last night as the Footie Index ended 45.70 points up leaving the market at a whopping 8,897 points! We’re now just shy of 9,000 and today could be the day we break another barrier!
With only two Friday promotions left until the squad is opened up, today’s entrants to the first team both look set to be bumper additions to the Football Index. We have midfield additions from Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga, in the form of Jean Seri and Joshua Kimmich.
I’ve seen a few comments on social media about players potentially dominating once the January transfer window opens, I’m looking at you Phillipe Coutinho (£4.74),
When it comes to racking up the buzz points there really is only one winner at this moment of time: Leo Messi (£8.64).
With some of the recent media attention around both Cristiano Ronaldo (£5.45) and Harry Kane (£6.37) being the only players on the side you be forgiven to think that tonight was a fixture between Ronaldo FC and Kane FC, but Spurs trip to the Bernabeau to take on Real Madrid is one of today’s stand out fixtures as the Champions League returns for match day 3!