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Student Football Writers of the Year awards – Ella Graunia Cook and Jacob Tanswell win
Congratulations to the winners of our inaugural Student Football Writers of the Year awards. Ella Graunia Cook has won the Vikki Orvice award and Jacob Tanswell has won the Hugh McIlvanney award – both were considered worthy winners by our judging panel, who were deluged with 536 entries to these first awards of their kind.
David Meek – more tributesMore tributes have come in For David Meek, the Former Manchester United correspondent For the Manchester Evening News, who has passed away at the age of 88.
Colin Young was given a huge help in his fledgling career by David:
"When I was 14, my heart already set on football reporting as a career, my headmaster Alan Walker arranged For me to go over to Manchester to spend a day of work experience with his best school friend and a proud Archbishop Holgate’s Grammar School old boy. He had arranged a similar ...
IAN STAFForD of the Mail on Sunday on dousing a flaming laptop at Highbury…eating an elephant’s backside…and playing alongside RomarioHave you ever worked in a profession other than football? :
Well I guess the true answer is I work in pretty much all sports and that's how it's always been apart from student days when, like everyone else, I did a million jobs.
Most memorable match?
One I've covered? Probably the 1990 World Cup semi when England lost on pens to (who else?) the Germans, Gazza cried and Waddle's shot is still rising 23 years on.
WHY CAN TODAY’S STARS NOT PLAY AS MANY GAMES AS YESTERDAY’S HEROES?DID THEY breed them tougher in the old days? Are current footballers pampered? Have managers taken rotation to an unnecessary level?
Yes, the game is faster now, yes, players are stronger while there is a perception among managers that they must rotate For domestic cups and even European competitions to keep their top stars fresh For the Barclays Premier League, even though For most clubs the Capital One Cup and FA Cup represent their only realistic chance of silverware.
PATRICK BARCLAY looks at England’s 2014 World Cup qualifying ties against San Marino and MontenegroWIN in Montenegro and England are favourites to qualify
LOSE and there’s an international crisis
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
The preparation to the week that will go a long way to shaping England’s 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign could hardly have started worse. Instead of the focus being on an improving and dangerous Montenegro after the lesser demands of San Marino, Riogate has dominated the build-up.
SOCCER…SUNSHINE…SAMBA…BUT BRAZIL 2014 WILL NOT BE EASYBy CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
BRAZIL. A country that conjures up images of sunshine, fabulous beaches, carnivals, Pele...the most successful nation in World Cup history, so what better place to stage the 2014 World Cup finals?
Mike Collett, the football editor of Reuters and member of the Football Writers’ Association’s national committee, spent two weeks in Brazil checking out the venues and any possible problems. Brian Homewood was Reuters’ South America football editor For 20 years. Footballwriters.co.uk asked them about the good and bad of Brazil 2014.
Giving Alan Ball a piggy-back after the 1966 World Cup win…drinks with Ronnie Biggs…and praying For the phone to ringAs Fleet Street legend STEVE CURRY celebrates his 70th birthday he looks back on a successful and eventful career.
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
IT WAS Cassius Clay who was the springboard For Steve Curry’s career as a football writer.
And when a young, innocent lad from Lancashire came to London his life literally went to pot.
FWA Q&A: RORY SMITHRORY SMITH of The Times on being mistaken For a drugs trafficker in Chile...why Ian Herbert grew a beard in 17 minutes...and Joycey’s two-foot long loaf
Have you ever worked in a profession other than journalism?
Regulars at several pubs in west Yorkshire will bear witness to the fact that I’m a better barman than a journalist. I was a Christmas card salesman For a while, too – in an office, not door-to-door, like some sort of festive tinker – but the best job I ever had was with a landscape gardener. My boss was a raging alcoholic. We’d do ...
TRIGGS – FOOTBALL’S MOST FAMOUS DOG – TELLS ALL ABOUT HER OWNER“Dogs don’t talk s***” – Roy Keane
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
IT IS rare that a book, especially a football book, makes you laugh out loud. A private chuckle, yes, but an audible reaction to something you are reading is unusual, not to mention a little embarrassing if you are on a train, as I was.
FWA Q&A: Lee ClaytonLEE CLAYTON, the Daily Mail head of sport, on a laptop swimming in Diet Coke...Bradley Wiggins’ sideburns...and trying to be Alvin Martin
Your first ever job in journalism?
I worked at The Sun 25 years ago, aged 16. One of my jobs was copytasting from the wires For the editor Kelvin Mackenzie. I had to learn fast. I worked with some excellent journalists, who taught me high standards and I was thrilled to be part of a team who expected to win every day. It was a good early lesson. In those days, The Sun was must-read. The first read. ...