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longford 12:45 Wed May 29
Football Index
Good morning..

Does anyone use football index , its some kind of trading platform for players , just wondering if its worth getting involved in , or anyone has had any dealing with it, good , bad or indifferent

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Jim79 2:09 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
unlikely Grumpster as the algorithm that they run only increases the value of a player by sourcing positive media coverage. Doing gear of a brasses arse is likely to see their value go down rather than up!!!

Grumpster 1:14 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
So if they're secretly video'd doing lines of charlie off of some tarts back before all steaming through her, that will earn you some wedge?

BRANDED 1:11 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
Josh 12:59 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index

I dont know anything about it which is why I asked. Thanks.

pulhampete 1:01 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
Talksport bang on about it on a daily basis.
I think players values go up depending on coverage they get in the media.
Seems like the latest idea to get hold of football fans money.

Josh 12:59 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
I don't take any money out. See if there are any cheap players if sell at a profit. Used to be all about on the pitch performance when I first started but its all about media hits etc now included.

Its a flutter, not sure how serious you can be by selling 400 Paul Pogbas if I'm honest.

BRANDED 12:52 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
When you say "returns" Josh is that tens, hundreds or thousands? Is it like a little flutter or serious?

Josh 12:51 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
Have done for a couple years now. Hard to get your "portfolio" up and running to begin with but getting some decent returns now.

Block 12:49 Wed May 29
Re: Football Index
It's like buying shares, basically.

The players go up and down in value according to their performances.

Don't think the margins are that great, unless you invest a fair amount into it.





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