The most prolific football acca winner!

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Britain’s deadliest football accumulator punter has his eyes on Ladbrokes‘ maximum million pound payout after landing a monster £67k haul from four small stake bets! 

The most prolific football accumulator winner!

The bookies believe that the man has become the most prolific football accumulator winner in recent times after landing a £44,718 windfall from a £10 12 team bet which follows on from a bumper Boxing Day payout of £15,886 (from £10 on 12 sides) and equal small stake hits landing £5,000 and £1,700.

It was the winner’s hometown club who sealed the windfall with an odds-defying victory away at a West Ham side fresh from a win over Arsenal at the Emirates, with the Foxes included in less than 3% of coupons nationwide.

And now the 32 year old groundworker from Leicester who wishes to remain anonymous has his eyes on a six figure sum by the end of the month, before taking the bookies to the cleaners with their ‘millionaire’ coupon before 2015 is out.

The winner’s target is the million jackpot!

The winner said: “The money’s in the bank and my luck is in so why not aim for the jackpot. One hundred grand before the end of the month would be nice but my target is the million and I’ll be sticking with my system.”

The winner’s betting strategy is…

The Leicester City fan who will spend some of the winnings on a new Ford Focus ST didn’t want to share the secret to his success in full, only revealing that; “I’ll always go for the teams that I think ought to win and that I’ve stuck with, but I then throw some funny results in as there are upsets in football each week and most punters never pick them out”.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Most football fans are doing well to land a five figure accumulator once in a lifetime so to bash the bookies with 2 in 8 months is unheard of. We don’t think we’ve known anyone go on such a hot streak in as short a space of time and all we can do is bow down whilst counting out the cash.”

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