Liverpool fan chasing quadruple bet win missed £95,000 cash prize

The Liverpool fan who placed his first bet had hoped his team could win the Premier League and Champions League titles but ended up losing it all

Tanya Hanley lost £95,000
Tanya Hanley lost £95,000

A Liverpool fan who bet £100 on his team winning a historic quadruple earlier in the season missed a chance to cash out £95,000.

Tanya Hanley placed the bet before a ball was kicked this season and scored a huge score as the Reds finished the Carabao Cup and FA Cup, the reports Liverpool echo.

Things looked rosy for the fan on the final day of the Premier League as City lost 2-0 to Aston Villa and Liverpool gave a hand to the Premier League trophy.

She decided to ignore the £95,000 withdrawal option as she would have won a whopping £367,000 if Liverpool were to win the league and win the Champions League crown.

The fan was hoping to land a whopping £360,000



However, their bravery ended in disaster as Pep Guardiola’s side struck back in a 3-2 win to send the title to the Etihad Stadium.

Tanya said: “I just felt like Liverpool could do it

“I opened my account and placed my very first bet. If it’s meant to be, then so be it… everyone says I’ve got balls of steel.

“I’ve never bet before, so it was really just about the feeling. I’ll take it to the end – I believe they can do it. It’s a magical moment.”

After the last day’s drama, Betfair revealed they hadn’t cashed out, leaving them potless.

Tanya had hoped Liverpool could win the quadruple



Luckily, former Manchester United and Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov – a company ambassador – heard about the bet and stepped in.

Tanya was offered a consolidation cash prize of £1,215 – the last withdrawal offer Betfair gave her.

In a tweet, Betfair added: “It’s only fair.”

Although Tanya missed the chance to win an amazing amount of money, the Reds still have a chance to take home a third silverware to add to their trophies.

Manchester City won the league, ending Tanya’s bet


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Desperate Liverpool fans found a variety of ways to reach tonight’s game, with a group supporter using a dinghy to cross the English Channel ahead of the game Champions League Final in Paris.

Paddy OToole’s 12 pals hired a boat to travel to Saint Malo, France, after their easyJet flight to Paris was cancelled amid the airline’s software outage .

They left Huyton, Merseyside and managed to catch a flight to Jersey where Paddy lives before taking a boat across the water.

And this despite the fact that none of the fans have a ticket for the big draw.

Fans were pepper sprayed by security forces ahead of the Champions League final


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Speak with Liverpool echo Paddy said: “My boy Patrick’s pals Adam and Tom Dring, who are from Huyton, had their EasyJet flight canceled so their father rushed them to Heathrow to try and catch a flight but there was nothing.

“You got a flight to Jersey at the last minute and you met us and asked if we could take you to France?”

The cheers of fans turned to anger tonight as several fans were tear-gassed by security forces as they attempted to enter the Stade de France.

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