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Affiliates United at the Barcelona Affiliate Conference 2014

Meet us at the Barcelona Affiliate Conference, Stand B30, October 24-25, 2014.

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Release for WH - Louis van Gaal mural

William Hill’s 25,000 tulips welcome to Louis van Gaal

MANCHESTER: WEDNESDAY JULY, 16 - William Hill yesterday celebrated the arrival of the latest world star to the Premier League - Louis Van Gaal - by commissioning a huge mural of his image made out of thousands of tulips.
A team of expert florists got to work at 6am to produce the stunning attraction, made from a staggering 25,000 red, white and purple flowers shipped in from van Gaal’s native Holland.
To celebrate his first day in the Manchester United hotseat, William Hill also offered a special price of 3/1 for van Gaal to win his first three Premier League games next month – starting with Swansea at home on August 16, before two games on the road at Sunderland and newly-promoted Burnley.
The glorious 18ft by 12ft portrait of the Dutchman’s face could be seen at the city’s Cathedral Gardens from lunchtime on Wednesday – just after the 62-year-old was scheduled to take his first training session.
United’s title odds were slashed from 8/1 to 6/1 following van Gaal’s appointment. After guiding Holland to third place in the World Cup – along with United striker Robin van Persie – those odds were trimmed further to 5/1.
Rivals and reigning champions Manchester City remain favourites at 7/4.
William Hill spokesman, Jem Maidment, said: “Van Gaal is one of the great characters in world football – his arrival merely confirms the Premier League is the place to be, even if England’s national side continue to disappoint us all!
“Van Gaal’s club record is outstanding, he has just had a fantastic World Cup with the Oranje, and his no nonsense-style is sure to further enrich the world’s greatest league.”
The highly successful Dutch manager has 19 major honours under his belt and replaces David Moyes.

July sporting review

With the FIFA World Cup shaping up to be one of the most exciting in memory, all eyes will be on Brazil until Sunday 13th July when the final will be contested at the world-famous Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Get in on all the betting action at William Hill.
Fans and players cannot rest on their laurels, however, as international obligations quickly transform in to domestic duties. Newly crowned Premier League champions Manchester City take on local rivals Manchester United and the surprise package of last season, Liverpool, in the International Champions Cup. Meanwhile, Arsenal host a stellar cast in the annual Emirates Cup.
After the bitter disappointment of the dual test series against Sri Lanka, England will be looking to make amends when they entertain India. Three Lions’ captain Alastair Cook must lead from the front to lift his fallen stars for the first Test at Trent Bridge against India beginning 9 July.
Like London buses, you wait a century for a Tour de France winner, and then two come in succession! The famous race gets under way in Yorkshire on 5th July, with the UK hoping to make it a hat trick of wins. Sir Bradley Wiggins may be absent, but Chris Froome will be determined to defend the hallowed yellow jersey.
Can Andy Murray clinch his second Wimbledon title in a row? This is one of the big questions of the summer. We shall find out when a fantastic fortnight of tennis reaches a climax on Sunday 6th July at England’s most famous postcode: SW19.
The 143rd British Open Golf Championship gets under way amongst the rolling sand dunes of the Royal Liverpool Golf Club. Tee off is on Sunday 13th July. The build-up continues to another nail-biting finale a week later when we shall discover whether Tiger Woods, Rory Mcilroy or Justin Rose can wrestle the famous Claret Jug from Phil Mickelson's sturdy grip .
The Sport of Kings comes in to its own in the sunlit English countryside this month. Ascot hosts the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, with Her Royal Highness an active onlooker. Glorious Goodwood hosts five spectacular days of first-class flat racing set against the outstanding backdrop of the Sussex countryside.
July hears Formula 1 revving up the decibels with the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on the 6th July. The roaring cavalcade motors to Hockenheim a fortnight later for the German Grand Prix and then thunders in to Hungary on the 27th July.
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside for World Matchplay Darts starting 19th July. The elegant setting of the Winter Gardens in sunny Blackpool will reverberate with a raucous crowd. Expect the Clockwork Orange to be in full voice for Michael van Gerwen’s challenge, while Phil 'The Power' Taylor will be a hot favourite with the fans as usual.
July reaches a fiery finale at the Manchester Arena with Dereck 'Del Boy' Chisora lined up to challenge Tyson Fury. Both fighters will be even more desperate to triumph as the winner gets a crack at the WBO Heavyweight Championship.
Spanish rider Marc Marquez will likely take pole position 13 July when he lines up at the grid of the German MotoGP. The super swift Spaniard is aiming for a record ninth successive victory and seems unstoppable.
Sunderland Greyhound Stadium is the venue 5th and 6th of July for the eagerly anticipated semi-final heats of the William Hill Classic and Grand Prix.
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Affiliates United at the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference 2014

Meet us at the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference, Stand H1, June 25-26, 2014.
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