Our Writers Here at FreeBetsUk.uk

Here at FreeBetsUk.uk, we think it is important that our written work is not only produced by quality writers, but also by experts in the arena of sports betting who have a passion for the industry and know exactly what they are talking about. We only use writers who can display expert knowledge in their field, so you know our articles and reviews are 100% trustworthy. After all, there isn’t much point using an extremely skilled writer to provide a betting site review if they have never placed a bet in their lives.

So, below you can have a read about some of our main content writers and see why you should trust what is written in our betting site reviews, free bet offers and our betting tips.

Aidan Ward

Aidan has had a keen interest in sports betting for over 20 years now, having started off enjoying football betting, horse racing and greyhound racing. What started out as a bit of fun, developed into a keen interest, and a love for taking on the bookies and trying to find good value winners soon developed. In the mid 2000s when the internet, and internet gambling really started to grow, Aidan was gaining a reputation on a handful of betting forum communities as not only a knowledgeable horse racing bettor, but also became skilled at “trading”, and locking in profit on betting exchanges such as Betfair, Betdaq and the now defunct, WBX. Getting to grips with different online betting sites and styles of betting soon lead to an extra knowledge of all the pros and cons of each site, which lead to another skill, reviewing those online betting sites.

Aidan is the person responsible for writing all of our betting site reviews and takes pride, and pleasure in taking his time to go through all the different features on each site and finding out exactly what they are good at, and where there is room for improvement. Looking through the eyes of an experienced online sports bettor he makes sure all the aspects of each betting site are reviewed and tested.

Over the years, Aidan has written hundreds of betting site reviews and thoroughly tested many sites. Although based in the UK, and that is where he learnt his online betting skills, he has branched out and expanded his knowledge by reviewing betting sites in various other countries as well such as Australia, India and USA.

With all that experience, it is safe to say you are in safe hands when it comes to trusting his bookmakers reviews. You’ll be hard pushed to find many more people in the industry with the combination of passion, experience and eye for detail and scrutiny.

Read more here at LinkedIn or some industry interviews here with Sigma and here with GPWA.

Alex Waite

Alex has been working as a sports writer for the past five years and provides sports betting tips each week. His interest in sports started at a young age. His interest in sports betting while at university in the early 2010s, trying to get value from his student loan on well-considered accumulators and first goalscorers. Alex specialises in football writing and has in-depth knowledge of the English Leagues and cup competitions. At weekends and midweek, he is often found behind a laptop at a press box in London or the South East, writing match reports and interviewing players/managers for the Press Association, the Football League Paper or the FA. However, he also has interests in other sports and keeps up with all the latest news on rugby, tennis, cricket, horse racing and golf, and he enjoys finding value in various sports betting markets.

Alex writes weekly sports betting previews for the site. Each week, he uses his knowledge of sports and the betting market to find relevant team news and form to find the best odds and markets to wager on. Often, he covers the biggest matches in the English Premier League, but also delves into major sporting competitions like the Grand National, the Six Nations and the Masters.

With his weekly previews, Alex always looks for the best value tips and odds for the weekend’s action. His preview tries to add a touch of flair and humour where possible to avoid the repetitive match previews that list stats and odds.

Read more about Alex and his work here at JournoPortfolio.