Pay per Head: Allen said that Liverpool’s loss was the ‘worst feeling in football’

Joe-allenJoe Allen said that the Red’s FA Cup fourth round loss at Oldham was the ‘worst feeling in football’, and Liverpool’s fans, especially those that enjoy making a soccer bet with a pay per head sportsbook, can imagine exactly how he must feel.

Liverpool’s fans that enjoy betting with a pay per head sportsbook were very disappointed to see that their team’s defeat at Boundary Park was the first time that they lost an FA Cup tie to a team that is from outside the top two tiers since January 1993, when Bolton won a third-round replay at Anfield.

The former Swansea player rubbished claims that the changes made by Brendan Rodgers for the game could be used as an excuse for their performance and the result.

“It’s the worst feeling in football,” Allen told The Liverpool Echo.

And soccer betting fans everywhere know very well how bad it must feel.

“These are the kind of games you have to be on it mentally for the whole game but we started slowly.

“To concede three goals in the manner we did was bitterly disappointing.

“We still had a strong side out. The manager made changes but for those of us who came in it was a chance to impress and stake a claim. A lot of people will look at themselves and be disappointed that they didn’t take that chance as well as they could have.

“I don’t think we underestimated them. But, no disrespect to Oldham, when you’ve been knocked out by a team in League One, then something has definitely gone wrong somewhere.

The Reds’ fans and price per head sportsbooks know that improvements must be made, and hopefully as soon as possible.

“It hurts and I feel sorry for the fans. Once again, they turned up in their thousands and they have gone home very disappointed.”

It’s not difficult at all to imagine Liverpool’s fans – especially those that enjoy making a soccer bet with a pay per head sportsbook –  feeling very upset over the loss, but as long as they don’t lose hope and the team makes good improvements on the pitch, all should go well.