Pay per Head: Rodwell ends bad stint with City and joins Sunderland

Jack RodwellJack Rodwell, who’s very well known around the world for his great talent and soccer odds, signed a five-year-deal with Sunderland for an undisclosed fee, ending the terrible time that he spent at Manchester City, and pay per head services can’t wait to see how he’ll perform for his new club.

Price per head services remember when two years ago, the 23-year-old moved to City after he did a great job at Everton with very good soccer odds.

However, many soccer betting fans and pay per head services were concerned when they saw that the player had a poor stint at City, as a series of injuries along with the club’s variety of options at midfield meant that during the time that he spent with the Premiere League Champions he was only able to play 28 times in all matches.

Sources confirmed on Tuesday that Rodwell agreed on a switch to join Sunderland in their bid to improve on their 14th placed finish last season, but many fans who follow the soccer odds believe that he will prove to be a great addition for the club.

“I met up with the head coach and all the people involved with the club. They told me about the club and their vision and it swayed me,” Rodwell told Sunderland’s official website.

“It’s such a good club with passionate fans and I can’t wait to get on board. This is a great place for me to be.”

Pay per head services learned that Rodwell is Gus Poyet’s fifth signing of the close-season after Patrick van Aanholt, Jordi Gomez, Billy Jones, and Costel Pantilimon joined the club – all players who are very famous for their soccer odds.

And soccer betting fans found out that Rodwell, who was capped three times by England, hopes to get back some of the form that saw him catch the attention at Goodison Park.

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Before Rodwell secured a move away from Everton, soccer betting fans saw that the player made 109 appearances for the club, but will face competition for a place at the Stadium of Light from players like Sebastian Larsson, Lee Cattermole, and Gomez – former Swansea City player who makes great soccer odds and is a favourite with pay per head services.

On Thursday, he could make his debut for Sunderland against Real Betis, or on Saturday against Udinese before the club takes on West Brom on August 16 on their Premier League opener, in a match that is eagerly anticipated by many fans who follow the soccer odds.