Meet The Team

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This year (2021), through a combination of circumstances and an ambition I’d had for a while, I took the plunge to become a full time sports bettor and to spend a year immersed in betting, trading and devouring as much knowledge as I can on the subject. I came to betting late, despite a short stint as a bet taker at a spread betting firm many years ago, I convinced myself that gambling was a mug's game and didn't think about it again until a few years ago when I found some strategies that worked for me and saw the potential. I still have a lot to learn and it’s nowhere near the glamorous life people think it might be, but it’s been an amazing and profitable experience so far and I’ve absolutely loved it. If I have a rare night off from betting, I love to write, play video games and binge on trash TV.2 Articles


Growing up as a Burton Albion supporter, I was exposed to the lower leagues of English football a lot. Burton were a League Two team throughout all of my time in high school and though they have since climbed out of that division, my interest in the league's clubs, stadiums and players has not gone away. The EFL is full of fascinating clubs, some of which have rich history and some of which are just starting out on their journey into league football. It may not have the glamour and financial power of the Premier League, but it can be just as entertaining, if not better! Alongside my enthusiasm for EFL coverage, I am also the founder of The Matchday Man, a free Stadium Guide that in the long term will provide detailed guides for all the stadiums in England's five highest tiers. The aim of each stadium page is to help you pick your seat and stand so that you can get the exact matchday experience that you want. The Matchday Man is a stadium guide for football fans, from first-time visitors to the most loyal of supporters and you can check it out at: www.thematchdayman.com and on Twitter @TheMatchdayMan.1 Articles


Currently plying his trade in the statistics and computing industry as a League One match analyst and researcher, Oli’s lucky enough to get to spend his days watching, researching, or writing about football, with a particular focus on the most exciting (his words) of the EFL divisions. When not at his desk, he can be found ruminating about Luton Town or exploring the great outdoors.1 Articles



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