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LeoVegas signs Irish football legend

LeoVegas Group has signed Irish former keeper Shay Given in a deal that will see him deliver weekly football insights, betting tips, and predictions on LeoVegas and its various social media pages. Additionally, LeoVegas Ireland customers will get special deals as well as the chance to win exclusive, signed merchandise.

Republic of Ireland legend Shay Given has signed for LeoVegas to deliver weekly football betting tips, predictions, thoughts, and opinions to Irish fans. LeoVegas Ireland will be the only place to hear Shay’s say and customers will have unrivalled access to insight from one of the greatest goalkeepers to grace the Premier League. Customers should also keep their eyes peeled for exclusive special offers and giveaways including signed sporting gear and football prizes.

Shay Given will also cover trending topics on LeoVegas’ various social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, and be interviewed on the stories that are dominating the great game’s discourse.

“I’m delighted to sign for LeoVegas,” said Shay. “After many years of playing in the Premier League for some really incredible teams and representing Ireland at major tournaments, I look forward to sharing my views and football tips.”

Sam Behar, Director of UK and Ireland at LeoVegas Group said “To have an Irish sporting hero like Shay Given on board shows the huge strides LeoVegas is making in the Irish market. We are excited to be able to share Shay’s unique insights on all the big games for the rest of the season and, of course, offer our customers special offers, giveaways, and the greatest igaming experience along the way!”.

Shay Given’s playing career spanned more than two decades and he is widely regarded as one of the finest goalkeepers of the Premier League era. His most successful spells came at Newcastle United – where he was the club’s three-time player of the year – and at Manchester City, where he lifted the 2011 FA Cup. He can also count 134 Ireland caps to his name, scooping Ireland’s footballer of the year gongs in 2005 and 2006.