Soccer Goals Syndrome is a product from Steve Davidson of Winningmore which claims to be able to offer users big payouts with only modest outlays.
What does the product offer?
The headlines for Soccer Goals Syndrome certainly make some pretty substantial claims in terms of ability and income potential and in theory, Steve Davidson can make this kind of thing profitable. With that in mind, is Soccer Goals Syndrome any good? In terms of what you are getting, Soccer Goals Syndrome is a sports betting system that puts a focus on football based betting.
As with any product from Winningmore, this isn’t a system that comes as a downloadable PDF etc. but is instead a windows application. Soccer Goals Syndrome is a flexible system with Steve Davidson claiming that you can use the method with almost any league in the world, something which is demonstrated to some degree in the proofing which shows a healthy combination of well known and obscure examples (including everal leagues that play during the offseason).
There is no real staking plan as such in place for Soccer Goals Syndrome and there is unfortunately no published strike rate either. Looking at the various leagues however, you can realistically expect to lose a number of bets before one really comes in.
How does the product work?
The fundamentals of Soccer Goals Syndrome as a system are actually immensely simple and as such, it wouldn’t be reasonable to discuss anything in any real detail.
What I can says is that Steve Davidson has built Soccer Goals Syndrome around a certain method of betting, namely trixies. All that you have to do as a punter is check odds checker for certain criteria which when met, you back.
What is the initial investment?
At the time of writing this, Winningmore are offering Soccer Goals Syndrome to limited numbers with Stheve Davison with the system costing £59.97 on a Windows computer which represents a £10 discount on the “actual” price of £69.97.
There is also an Android version at the same price. As with all products from Steve Davidson, there is no real money back guarantee in place with the marketer saying that there is no tangible exchange of goods.
What is the rate of return?
There aren’t any specific claims made about how much you can use with Soccer Goals Syndrome and ultimately, there will be a lot of variables from one user to the next. Once again, the proofing does suggest that Soccer Goals Syndrome will operate at a profit.
I am always a little bit wary when it comes to stuff from Winningmore as I feel that there is a bit of history with their products working best on paper.
I mentioned earlier that Steve Davidson can make things like Soccer Goals Syndrome work in theory, but it is perhaps of no real surprise that this doesn’t in reality. The problem for me lies in the fact that there are some very long and frankly substantial periods between wins and as well as being impractical and disheartening, it can mean long waits before you see any real money.
For £60, I would be inclined to look elsewhere.