TV Soccer Pundit Gerry Armstrong Knows the Score on

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World renowned soccer guru Gerry Armstrong has taken his TV soothsaying abilities into cyberspace with the launch over the summer, of The new and unique site claims to offer "Football Intelligence" and regularly features tips, insights and predictions from the big man himself and his insider friends.

Gerry Armstrong and his team have worked hard to create a site that balances input from professionals such as his cohorts in ESPN and Sky Sports, and the all important fans.

Gerry said of the project, "I've been giving my insights and opinions regularly on TV so it seemed a natural progression to put them up on the web for followers to see and maybe have a flutter."

He continued, "... it's definitely been a bit of an adventure these last few months, getting the website, Facebook and Twitter profiles up and running, but I think we've done a pretty good job and the fans have really taken it to heart."

Since the launch in August and the commencement of the new Football Season, Gerry has been faithfully posting up his predictions on and announced with pride that he has a near perfect record of win/lose/draw predictions, some even with correct scorelines. Based on this fans can then log on to the betting portal (powered by within the site to place a bet based on the tips.

Gerry is true to his word about keeping balance though, featuring a section for fans to have their moment in the limelight by having their posts appear on the home page. His team will scour the "Fan's Shout" forums, Tweets and Facebook posts, for those nuggets of passion and knowledge and give them airplay in the "Fans Tips" section.

Gerry has been involved in football for many years playing for Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, West Bromwich Albion and a spell in Spain for RCD Mallorca.

He is best remembered for his outstanding performance in the 1982 FIFA World Cup campaign when playing for Northern Ireland, he scored against Spain's formidable Arconada to take the team into the finals. For his performance in the entire campaign, he won the Golden Boot as the 4th best scorer under Rummenigge, Rossi and Brazilian, Zico. Since late 1980's he moved out of playing to management including notably, 2 spells as assistant manager for his beloved Northern Ireland, but now prefers to be presenting and is a regular studio analyst for both Sky Sports and ESPN TV networks.

As a salute though to the dedicated "Norn Iron" fans he's releasing a new range of memorabilia, replica and merchandising under the new One Night In Valencia™ brand…kicking off with a limited edition replica 1982 shirt which will be limited to only 750 and will be personally signed with a certificate of authenticity. The new range will appear as it's released in the site's online store for purchase. Gerry said of the range, "We're really buzzing with ideas for this and this is just the beginning. We're not stopping here and if all goes to plan there will be a few more surprises to tell you about in the coming months!"

Find Gerry and watch for updates and developments on and on Facebook and Twitter.


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