Sunday, 6 March 2016

Webb Of Lies


"Regarding Leicester City, the coincident date of initiation of systemic biased refereeing and the marked enhancement of fitness that could only be achieved via blood doping is entirely indicative of conspiratorial processes. The stars are aligned for the Foxes" - Football is Fixed.

But firstly, a question.

According to Terry Steans, the former Global Investigations Coordinator at FIFA,  a 'secret investor' has a 20% ownership stake in Leicester City?

Are the Premier League aware of this 'secret' investment?
If not, why not?
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Leicester City in the Premier League prior to Howard Webb selecting match officials:

4 wins 7 draws 18 losses

Penalty differentials: 2 in favour 3 against
Red Card differentials: 2 in favour 2 against

Leicester City in the Premier League since Howard Webb selects match officials (to Apr 10):

28 wins 10 draws 4 losses

Penalty differentials: 10 in favour 1 against
Red Card differentials: 4 in favour 1 against

This breakpoint did not occur in the summer when Claudio Ranieri became manager but from the very first round of matches when Webb selected the officials (April 4th 2015) - Mark Clattenburg (who had given Leicester two penalties plus a red card against Man Utd earlier in the season) being chosen for the West Ham match which started the run of 7 wins 1 draw and 1 loss in final 9 games of last season.
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But there is more...

Prior to this date (April 4th 2015), Leicester City were the least fit team in the Premier League (based on yardage covered, speed of sprint, maintenance of energy over games, recovery from adjacent games etc).

Since this date, Leicester City have become the second fittest team in the Premier League.

And the change was immediate...

Leicester City instantly became the second fittest team from early April 2015.
This improvement in fitness is not due to Claudio Ranieri as he was not yet manager, and it is not due to improved training as any such improvement takes time.

Such an improvement can only be achieved instantly by blood doping.
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This season Leicester City have the third worst possession stats in the Premier League.
Leicester City also have the lowest pass completion rate in the Premier League and the fifth worst in the top five European leagues (98 teams).

So they hardly ever have the ball...
... and when they do have it, they can't pass it straight.

And yet Leicester City are going to win the Premier League title.

How?



In 25 years of recording data on the top European leagues, there has never been a team even remotely as favoured by referees as Leicester City have been this season.

21 referees have officiated in the Premier League in the last two seasons.
The following officials have not refereed any Leicester City games since Webb took over - Attwell, Friend, Hooper, R. Madley, A. Madley, Scott, Stroud, Dowd and Foy (although Foy has now retired).
All Leicester City games have been shared around the other 12 officials.
Why?

Taylor and Dean have been given four games each - resulting in 8 victories for Leicester City - and Jonathan Moss has overseen 6 wins and a draw in his seven appearances as referee or 4th official.



And how have Leicester City, whose players are given two full days off per week (more than any other team), been able to have the two fastest players in the EPL this season (one of whom is 29 years old), and 3 of the seven quickest?
And how can a team instantly become incredibly fit overnight?

Leicester City train less but run quickest...
... and they instantly became the second fittest team in the league having been the least fit!

How?

The coincident date of initiation of biased refereeing and marked enhancement of fitness is entirely indicative of conspiratorial processes.



And take Jamie Vardy.

Prior to April 4th 2015, Vardy had scored 2 goals in 25 Premier League games...
... and since that date, our speedy friend has scored 22 goals in 38 games.

In good time, we will release our analyses of the refereeing of the defences marking Vardy in this latter window together with details of his fitness profiling in the last 11 months.
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Spurs, Arsenal, Man City, Man Utd, Southampton, West Ham, Everton and Liverpool have reasons for a protest against this systemic uproar impacting upon their EPL title, Champions League or Europa League chances.


Jose Mourinho, Chelsea, Gestifute and Jorge Mendes also have a claim after the same grouping of referees targeted the club until Mourinho was sacked.
At the same time as Chelsea experienced 8 defeats and 3 draws in 14 games with the conspiratorial referees in charge, they inexplicably won 4 out of 6 Champions League games to finish top of their group.
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A number of BBC Match of the Day and BT Sport insiders have considerable trading positions (at up 5,000-1 outright) on the Foxes winning the title and/or finishing in the Champions League places.
These trades were placed presciently before the season began.
It is worthy of mention that these are good markets to be in when BT Sport's resident referee is, of course...
... Howard Webb.

It should be noted that Webb allegedly gave up selecting pgMOB referees in the summer when signing his contract with BT Sport but, in reality, #################################
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BT Sport's Michael Owen (horserace owner, professional gambler and former bookies' runner for the England team) helps to put our minds at ease by informing us that matchfixing "is not a huge issue... When someone says matchfixing to me, I automatically think of 22 players fixing the result... but [it] is not necessarily people colluding at the highest levels to rig games."

Or listen to BBC, BT Sport and Leicester City ambassador Gary Lineker: "It could quite possibly be the greatest sporting upset of all time if Leicester won the Premier League from where they were a year ago. It's a quite staggering story."

Blood and sand.
It certainly is.

And why the smoke and mirrors regarding the secret investor?

Not a Hollywood feelgood movie.
Not a fairy tale.
But something altogether more murky.
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