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I opened an online account on bet9ja without registering under an agent.am now afraid if i win like 32 million will this guys siphon? Win the 32million first

I opened an online account on bet9ja without registering under an agent.am now afraid if i win like 32 million will this guys siphon? Win in hundreds and or thousands first.

Wait till next week. thanks ma nucca, weekend we win big

Even if it's me, how does that change ur miserable scamming lifestyle. Tell another lie please, Ole.

Pls fellow punters in the house pls help,what does "clean sheet" means

It means the team will not concede a at all. For example, you play Chelsea clean sheet, for your bet to go through Chelsea must win 1:0 2:0, 3:0 etc or draw 0:0. If the other team score even a single goal, your game don cast be that.

I opened an online account on bet9ja without registering under an agent.am now afraid if i win like 32 million will this guys siphon? Lol

even If na 80 Millie dem go give you.

guys pls what do you think about surebet do they pay fast Yep

ok,so how much am I expecting when I go to the place I played the game? 6k

so u want 20 games acca. even Barcelona to win @ 1.10 is very risky. betting is a risk game.

Still open. 3N6G6BJ BOOOOMMM already, I doubt if you played it

this one self!! U scammed someone n still have the guts to show urself. If yahoo pay you shey you no go show yourself? Abi dat 1 no be scam?

if you played in shop it will still give you cash out option like mine did. I cashed out and went to the shop they paid me my cash out amount. bro pls enlighten me on this cashout stuff.. How do i cash out a ticket i played in shop? Tnx

Mirandes - Huesca 1 @ 9.75

Less Risk 1X @ 2.70 1:3

1X @ 2.70 Already 3-1

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The meaning of clean sheet is : When someone has a clean sheet, they have got no criminal record or problems affecting their reputation. In football and other sports, a goalkeeper has a clean sheet when let no goals in.

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What does the CLEAN badge mean in iTunes?

I noticed an indication 'CLEAN' on iTunes today. What does it mean?


It is opposite to the Explicit version of a song, which may contain profanity or other unacceptable language. I do assume these don't have bad words in the text, etc. Unlike Explicit, which are more "clean" from author's point of view — they aren't "beeped" over phrases inappropriate before certain ages.

BTW there are several threads on Apple.com about people losing their Explicit versions after Music Match, just because songs are the same but Apple hasve a Clean version of it.

Is there perhaps an EXPLICIT version? Then this would indicate it's the PG version.

If that is the case that there is an "Explicit" version of a song and a "Clean" version. Makes me wonder what Kenny Loggins might be thinking that the Essential Kenny Loggins are all listed as "Clean."

EFL: Norwich Gunning For More Clean Sheet History, WantMyBet Blog


EFL: Norwich Gunning For More Clean Sheet History

EFL: Norwich Gunning For More Clean Sheet History James Capps

There’s a west London derby to kick things off in the Championship on Friday night as QPR host Fulham at Loftus Road. The Cottagers are picking up a decent run of form, courtesy of last week’s draw with Middlesbrough and an impressive win at Forest in midweek. QPR, meanwhile, are winless in four, and have only beaten Fulham at home once in the last 34 years. Make your Friday night interest bet a Fulham away win at 5/4 with BoyleSports – a result that will put them on the cusp of the play-offs.

Norwich pulled off the result of the night on Tuesday when a James Maddison screamer secured a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough to make it five consecutive clean sheets for the first time since they joined the EFL back in 1920. There’s every chance of another shutout this weekend when they visit a Reading side that have only scored once in their last two home outings and are winless in five games. The Canary clean sheet is a great price at 11/4 with Ladbrokes.

Two of the division’s highest scorers should give us a decent game at Portman Road as Ipswich face off against Bristol City. The Tractor Boys thrashed Sunderland on Tuesday to keep themselves in the top six, while Lee Johnson’s Brizzle City have only failed to score once away from home this season. 7/10 for both sides to nick a goal is by no means a bad price in the Both to Score stakes…

Sheffield Wednesday are in action on a Sunday for the second week running as they host Yorkshire rivals Leeds United. The Owls will be hoping for better luck this Sunday after being well beaten by their city rivals Sheffield United last week. Leeds come into the game off the back of their first defeat of the season at the hands of Cardiff, but they don’t have a bad record at Hillsbrough, winning on two of their last three visits. Wednesday have lost back-to-back games, and you can forgive me for thinking 11/5 for a dangerous Leeds side to make it three defeats in a row for the Owls is a bumper price.

Fleetwood surprised the form book on Tuesday with a superb 3-0 win at Bradford City, and they’re a scorching 9/5 to build on that with a home win against an out-of-form Charlton side. The Addicks are winless in four, and haven’t kept a clean sheet since August – Not the kind of defensive form you want when you’re coming up against the likes of Devante Cole.

Five wins in six have seen pre-season title favourites Wigan leap to second in the League One table, and they’re better than even money to keep their fourth straight home clean sheet when they host Walsall – who have only won once away from home this calendar year, but that was last time out, a result that busted last weekend’s acca… the swines.

A Nick Powell goal did the trick in Wigan’s 1-0 win over Plymouth last time out. (Source: Daily Mirror)

Oldham delivered a great response to manager John Sheridan’s departure on Monday with a surprise 3-2 victory over Peterborough the following day. Caretaker boss Richie Wellens will be hoping for more of the same when they travel to Fratton Park to face Portsmouth. Pompey have had an inconsistent start to the season, summed up by their L-W-L-W-L-W sequence in their last six games, and that could well play into the hands of the Latics, who will be keen to build on their encouraging midweek result. An Oldham away win may well be a bridge too far, but 23/10 for them to win just one half is worth a tenner of anyone’s money.

Exeter lost out in the battle of the top two against Notts County on Tuesday, but they have a great chance to bounce back against a Morecambe outfit that have only bagged maximum points on their travels once since February. 8/11 for the Grecians to get back to winning ways would have been shorter if they didn’t get a hammering in midweek, so take advantage of it this weekend.

Barnet’s promising league start is slowly fading away, and three defeats in four isn’t helping their slide down the League Two table. They’re facing Wycombe this weekend, who have won their last two games and look set for another tilt at the play-offs this season. Both teams have no problems finding the back of the net, so 7/10 for both to score is a near-certainty. The Wycombe home win is going into Cappa’s Acca, and should go in yours too, at 19/20.

Last up is a feisty Nottinghamshire derby between Mansfield and Notts County. If you’re not afraid of a potential bout of early-kick off syndrome then you simply have to go with the Magpies at 23/10. They’re top of the league, winning their last six games (including their last four away games), and come into the game following their most impressive display of the season at Exeter in midweek. Mansfield’s promotions ambitions took a hit following defeat to Cheltenham, and consistency continues to be a problem for Steve Evans’ side. League Two games can be hard to call, but this looks pretty black and white…

Cappa’s Acca: £10 on Wolves, Middlesbrough, Fleetwood and Wycombe returns £172 with Ladbrokes. Back it here!

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What Does It Mean to Have a Clean Sheet? (with pictures) - mobile wiseGEEK

wiseGEEK: What Does It Mean to Have a "Clean Sheet"?

A “clean sheet” occurs when a sporting team manages to prevent its opponents from scoring any goals or points during a game. With a no-score-draw, it is possible for both teams involved to keep a clean sheet. The idea is more commonly expressed as a “shutout” in American English, a term not used in countries such as Britain. Shutouts are more likely in some sports than others.

The exact origin is unknown, but is thought to have come from a time when scores were written on pieces of paper. If one team failed to score, then its piece of paper would be blank. As the paper is rectangular and white, it would resemble a freshly-washed or clean sheet.

The likelihood of such a non-score occurring varies from sport to sport and from skill level to skill level. Professional teams in high-scoring sports such as rugby and basketball are extremely unlikely to go a game without scoring. In low-scoring sports such as ice hockey and especially football, it is more likely. This is because teams can cancel one another out defensively.

Nil-nil draws and games where only one team scores are a regular occurrence in soccer. This includes games at the highest levels, including World Cup finals. In 1994 in America, Italy and Brazil drew 0-0 before the game was decided on penalties. Spain won the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and Brazil the 2002 World Cup in Korea while keeping clean sheets.

The level of achievement in keeping a soccer clean sheet depends on the nature of the game and the two sides. It is possible for a team to be rarely challenged defensively, yet still concede a goal while another team spends most of the game defending, but somehow keeps its opponents out. A “clean sheet” is a mark of distinction for a goalkeeper, but is rarely applied, as a statistic, to defenders who are measured on passes and tackles.

A “clean sheet” is less likely in rugby and American football. There have been shutouts in rugby, including a few rare 0-0 draws. An example occurred in the 2010 premiership in England when the eventual champions, the Saracens, beat Leeds 39-0. The longest run of shutouts in American football stands at 52, set between 1942 and 1949 by the Bedford County Training School Fighting Tigers of Shelbyville in Tennessee.

Earning a this distinction is almost impossible in basketball, but it has been done. Most shutouts have happened in girls’ high school games. In one example, a team from Texas beat a local rival 100-0. Instead of celebrating, the victorious school sacked its coach for being un-Christian in allowing the game to be so one-sided. In this case, keeping a “clean sheet” is not always a good thing.

Article Discussion

3) In terms of trying to keep a clean sheet, I find it interesting that those in America and those in Britain use completely different terms to describe a word that still means the same thing. Not that I have a problem with this, but it does show some of the cultural differences in relation to sports.

As an example, what Americans know as football is actually soccer in Spain. That makes sense, because in soccer, you're only allowed to use your feet. Hence the name foot-ball. It's an interesting comparison, and can definitely get people confused. However, back to the article being discussed, not only does it do a good job at discussing clean sheets, but even more so, I like how it's mainly associated with (American) soccer.

It's a very intense sport, and one of the hardest to get a perfect score in. Lastly, I do agree with the article where it states that getting a "clean sheet" isn't always a good thing. While it can certainly give one a good sense of victory, other times, it's just not worth the effort.

2) @RoyalSpyder - Not only do I agree with you, but you make some convincing points as well. In fact, adding onto what you said, I feel that in sports (soccer in this case), not only is getting a clean sheet something that happens only after you have a lot of experience, but more importantly, at the end of the day, clean sheets aren't as important as some people make them out to be. The reason why I feel this way is because in some ways, it relates to people trying to be perfectionists. When you're in a sports game, it's all about winning.

After all, whether you're opponent scored some goals or not, as long as you win the game, that's all that really matters, right? On the other hand, if you have more than enough experience with what you're working with, then I say go for it. In fact, as the article also indirectly mentions, sometimes, getting a clean sheet might be based out of luck, especially if someone spends all of their time defending. While I'm not trying to discourage anyone from getting a perfect score on their sports games, my point stills stands, and it's something to consider.

1) Based on my experience, sporting games can be pretty intense, and for the most part, getting a clean sheet certainly isn't an easy feet. Overall, in order for someone to prevent their opponent from scoring any goals or points during a game, I feel that they need to have a lot experience with what they're working with. For example, if someone is a rookie as a soccer goalie, they will probably have a lot of trouble in preventing others from scoring, especially if said opponents have more experience. After all, the more experienced you are, the more knowledge you have of the sport, and one may even end up using some tips and tricks to outwit their opponent, who is just getting started on the game.

Related wiseGEEK articles

A clean sheet is typically called a "shutout" in ice hockey.

Soccer is one of a few sports where having a clean sheet is common.

A "clean sheet" occurs when a team is able to prevent opponents from scoring any goals during a game.

It's very unlikely to have a clean sheet in a professional rugby game.

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