Over the years, the Premier League has seen some dirty players. From Vinnie Jones to Duncan Ferguson, the Premier League has never been short of a player who likes to get stuck into a tackle. But since the Premier League began in 1992, who have been the all-time dirtiest players? We’ve taken the card stats for every player to have played in the Premier League with the aim to answer just that question.
Card stats can be very beneficial when picking your bets. If a team has a lot of players committing fouls and receiving cards then they have more chance of conceding free kicks and getting sent off. Both of which can have a huge effect on the result of the game. One way to minimise the risk of your bets is by matched betting. When matched betting, you use the free bets and bonuses offered by online bookmakers and cover all outcomes of the game, which means you’ll return a profit whatever happens. There are hundreds of bookmakers offering free bets, all of which can return a good profit when matched betting. There’s plenty of information on the internet on how to get started with matched betting and thousands of people in the UK do it on a daily basis. It’s a great way to ensure you return a profit from your bets and you won’t have to endure the agony of when a player on your team that you backed gives away that penalty or gets sent off for a dirty challenge.
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