Ex-Liverpool manager’s daughter wins huge 350/1 bet from Reds destroying Man Utd
The daughter of an ex-Liverpool manager made an absolute killing with a bet she placed on the Reds' 7-0 thumping of Manchester United.
Stacey Evans, daughter of Roy Evans, went full on Nostradamus after predicting a massive win for her father's former team, and very nearly got the scoreline bang on.
She stuck £5 on a 6-0 Liverpool win, at odds of 350-1, and cashed out to win a whopping £1,350 when the sixth goal went in. Taking to Twitter afterwards, an elated Stacey wrote: "What a win! GET IN RED MEN!!!! And When you cash out at all the right times," followed by several champagne glass emojis.
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A screenshot of her betting slip revealed she also cashed out on a bet that Jurgen Klopp's side would win the game 5-0, for a further £280, and did the same for a bet predicting a 4-0 win, which returned an extra £97.
Furthermore, she claims to have cashed out on the 6-0 bet "15 seconds" before Roberto Firmino netted Liverpool's seventh, however there was tinge of misfortune amidst her lucky streak.
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In another tweet, Stacey says she regularly bets on "big results" and claims she would have put money on a 7-0 scoreline, but sadly the option wasn't offered.
Stacey's father Roy managed Liverpool between 1994 and 1998. He took over from Graeme Souness with the team in free-fall, and although he successfully steadied the ship, he failed to reverse the decline and won just one major honour during his tenure – the League Cup in 1995.
In 1998, Gerrard Houllier was appointed joint-manager alongside Evans, but the bizarre arrangement backfired and Evans resigned just a few months later.
In October last year, Stacey posted a photo of herself with Roy on his 74th birthday on Twitter, captioning the post: "Wishing my amazing Dad @Roy_Evo the happiest of birthdays. Love you so much hope you have a great day."
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