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statto

(ˈstætəʊ)
n, pl -tos
informal Brit a person who is preoccupied with the facts and figures of a particular subject, esp a sport
[C20: from statistics]
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FERGIE looked to be getting guidance from former BBC betting expert Angus Loughran during Sunday's win over Liverpool - you would too if the only other option was Mike Phelan.
MY liking for the odd statistic or two has occasionally earned me the nickname "Statto" but I have nothing on the Welsh Premier League's own version of Angus Loughran, David Rapson.
Also this week the sponsors have came up with a tipping challenge between Angus Loughran (Stato), Floyd Amphlet and myself.
Wisden, the latest edition of which is published in early April, brings together the game's finest writers, its most amusing tales and enough statistics to satiate the cravings of an Angus Loughran XI.
I DON'T know whether the BBC dropped Angus Loughran from their racing team out of compassion or embarrassment when the man known as Statto was declared bankrupt.
Gambling expert and TV pundit Angus Loughran has been declared bankrupt, the Insolvency Service confirmed yesterday.
MERCURY Sport has teamed up with Betrescue.com to offer readers the chance to win a free copy of betting guru Angus Loughran's World Cup 2006 book.
And BBC betting expert Angus Loughran added: "The whisper started to go round last night and just snowballed.
vvBROADCASTER Angus Loughran is the studio guest on RPGTV tonight.
The poker challenge, held by the meeting's sponsor Intercasino, saw football legends John Durnin, Stuart Barlow and John Aldridge take on racing personalities Angus Loughran (BBC Presenter and Statto from Baddiel and Skinner show), Lorna Bradburne (RUK presenter), plus top tipster Paul Jacobs, in addition to Aintree racegoers.
Scots gambler and tipster Angus Loughran, who once reportedly won pounds 270,000 on a race at Aintree, officially went bust this month.
It doesn't require Angus Loughran to work out the favourites to today's FA Cup showdown between Belper Town and Causeway United.