Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Ranieri delighted with Monaco

Claudio RanieriClaudio Ranieri and pay per head sportsbooks were surprised by Monaco’s great start to the season following an extensive overhaul of the squad.

Price per head services saw that Monaco only lost once this season in the top flight and are sitting in third, after promotion last term.

After the club brought several high-profile players like Ricardo Carvalho, Joao Moutinho, Radamel Falcao, James Rodriguez, and Eric Abidal, Ranieri and pay per head sportsbooks expected the transition to take more time.

“It was a surprise because it’s not easy to build a team in one month,” Ranieri told BeIN Sport.

And pay per head sportsbooks can see that they did a very good job at that.

“But I have very, very good players.”

Ranieri also spoke about the challenge of bringing to the club the right players, instead of only top names, something that pay per head sportsbooks see as being very important.

“We want to bring experienced players, champions, and also young players to do the bigger blend of experience and young players,” he added.

“Monaco is a fantastic place, for this reason.

“I think that our job was at the beginning, to choose the players that want to win, want to win for them, and for the club and for the project.

“That was very important at the beginning.

“And I think Abidal wants to win, Carvalho wants to win, (Andrea) Raggi wants to win, (Jeremy) Toulalan wants to win, Falcao wants to win, Moutinho too. That is important. As is transmitting this to the young people.”

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Even though Monaco had a strong start to the season, pay per head sportsbooks saw they did not win in their last three games in all competitions, and in the process they bowed out of the Coupe de la Ligue to Reims.

Pay per head sportsbooks will definitely continue to follow developments on Monaco, especially with their strong start and their players, and many are confident that they’ll continue to shine on the pitch.