A German Triumph Would Be a Disaster for Bookies

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwire – July 6, 2010) – williamhill.com are hoping that Germany don’t win the 2010 World Cup, as the firm have taken some monster bets on Joachim Low’s side lifting the trophy on July 11th.

Hills have taken bets of €80,000 and €100,000 on the Germans winning the World Cup and the firm have confirmed that a Germany triumph would be their worst possible result.

“We’ve taken a couple of big wagers on the Germans – a €80,000 at 14-1 and another one of €100,000 at 13-2. Which means we’ll be cheering on the three other teams left in the World Cup.’ said William Hill’s Irish spokesman Tony Kenny ‘If Uruguay go onto to win – it would be our best World Cup result ever.’

WILLIAM HILL…TO REACH THE FINAL…8-11 Spain v Evens Germany (90 mins – 9-5 Germany; 2-1 draw; 13-10 Spain)

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