Just a very quick post to say that the monthly review has been updated for May-12 and is available to read here. (You will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page!)
I’ve also updated the system results as at the end of this season. You can view these latest results here.
I said this at the start of May to all subscribers and probably mentioned it on the blog that I thought May would prove a very difficult month to make a profit. It wasn’t really linked to the end of season or the fact the ratings would be less reliable, it was simply to do with the fact that with so few bets, variance would play a much bigger part than usual and if one game went against the systems, they’d probably not be able to recover.
I said it in the last post but that happened last weekend with
Rotherham and after that, I’d resigned
myself to losing this month. Of course, Everton and Inverness
this weekend turned the month around and the systems scraped through with another
If I look at the results of all systems now the season is over and look at the ROI’s that have been achieved, it is absolutely unbelievable. I’ll obviously be starting on the season review next week and the system reviews for this season etc. so I won’t bore you now but if someone had told me that I would beat last season’s performance this season, I wouldn’t have believed them.
The highlight has to be the fact that 10 of the 11 established systems have achieved an ROI of 10%+ this season. To have 10 systems out of 11 make a return of 10%+ over a season is nothing short of amazing. It’s not been the easiest season for shots on goal ratings this season (backed up by the results of other tipsters and ratings) but my ratings have outperformed the others in the market by a long, long way.
Last season, the established systems generated a profit of 263pts across 2,784 bets (9.4%). This season, they have generated a return of 293pts across 2,669 bets (11%).
Over both seasons now, these systems have generated a return of 556pts across 5,453 bets (10.2%). Not bad for a set of football systems.
The combined systems have achieved a profit of 305pts across 1,992 bets across both seasons, an ROI of 15.3%.
Of course, the planning for next season starts now and as mentioned on Friday’s blog post, there will be an announcement tomorrow on the blog regarding next season. I’m going to be offering some readers the opportunity to join the service for next season if they wish to continue following The Football Analyst on this journey. More details will be released tomorrow but places will be limited as you’d expect, so people may have to move quickly. Other places will be opened up to SBC members too, so all places will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
Back tomorrow with more details.