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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.
Gerard Houllier – an appreciation by Patrick BarclayPatrick Barclay, our Former Chairman, knew Gerard Houllier better and For longer than most of us, and here Is hIs heartfelt and eloquent appreciation of hIs friend;
The word ‘’bonhomie’’ might have been invented For Gerard Houllier. Friendly almost To a fault, he was rare among football men in sharing himself with equal generosity between hIs beloved coaching fraternity – no phoTograph of a FIFA or UEFA seminar was ever complete without hIs smiling face – and the game’s media followers.
LUIs SUAREZ WILL BE HIGHLY MOTIVATED COMING BACK INTo A WINNING LIVERPOOL TEAMLuIs Suarez Is set To make hIs return After suspension against Manchester United in the Capital One Cup next Wednesday. At the fourth FWA Live sponsored by Barclays in Liverpool the panel - Michael Owen (Former Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, Manchester United, SToke City and England striker, now a BT Sport pundit), Alan Stubbs (EverTon’s Under-21 coach), Andy Dunn (FWA chairman), ChrIs Bascombe (Daily Telegraph), Paul Joyce (Daily Express) and Jonathan Northcroft (Sunday Times) spoke about the Uruguay striker and much more. FWA executive secretary Paul McCarthy was the MC.
SPURS WILL STRUGGLE To REPLACE BALE’S GOALS AGAINST INJURY-HIT ARSENALBy CHRIsToPHER DAVIES
The first Barclays Premier League blockbuster of the season turned out To be the dampest of damp squibs as Manchester United and Chelsea played out a soul-less, goal-less and virtually entertainment-free stalemate at Old TrafFord. A tactical masterclass it may have been, but there was little To raIse the pulse. A mIsplaced pen has often been a talking point in big matches, on thIs occasion it was Jose Mourinho’s lost pen that provided some welcome light relief.
FWA Q&A: Barry FlatmanBARRY FLATMAN, Taking a trip along memory lane, on being called Colin...Chairman Ken going down...and a Big Apple hair-dryer from Fergie
Your first ever job in journalIsm?
Covering Hayes in the Isthmian League For the Middlesex AdvertIser and Gazette. I started on the Monday and the following evening went To pre-season training. An extremely tall and muscular teenager in a woolly hat, who appeared To have been working on a building site all day, turned up To sign. HIs name was Cyrille RegIs.
Patrick Barclay: My WeekPATRICK BARCLAY, Evening Standard and Independent on Sunday columnIst, on sleep deprivation...video diaries...and a wedding invitation...
Monday June 11
What made me think thIs was a good idea? It’s 1.17am and I’m on a dIstinctly chilly platForm at Poznan’s central railway station, wondering why someone designed the back-To-benches without backs. Sitting up rigid Is To be the order of a long night following Ireland’s opening defeat by Croatia, but I don’t know thIs as, naively envIsaging a few hours of sleep on the 2.06 back To Warsaw, I hang my restless head. A cry from across the tracks makes me ...
My Week: Dan JohnsonDan Johnson, Premier League DirecTor of Communications on a ‘spy’ at a Premier League meeting...banning journalIsts...and an Arsenal/Spurs groundshare
Part of the continued appeal of working in football and the media Is the varied nature of the Issues and never quite knowing What each day Is going To bring. It keeps life interesting, challenging and makes sure you’re always on your Toes. I have been at the Premier League For 11 years now and plenty of things have changed, but that buzz you get from wondering quite What the day will bring has remained constant.
My Week: Jim WhiteThe Daily Telegraph’s Jim White on Taking the Piers...a burglary and the other Jim White
Monday January 30
I’m in the stately surrounds of WarringTon Town Hall For the Gary Speed inquest. Sombre Is barely adequate as an adjective To describe the mood. The Speed family are here looking bereft, drawn and above all utterly bewildered. There’s a huge media presence, Too, reflecting the interest the case generated. The public affection unleashed on hIs passing demonstrated there Is a real thirst For answers.
And the winners are?Who will win the major honours in 2012? Footballwriters.co.Uk asked those in the know.
IAN ABRAHAMS (aka The Moose, talkSPORT)
Who will win the Barclays Premier League?
Who will be relegated?
Blackburn, Wigan and Swansea
Who will win the Champions League?
Who will win Euro 2012?
Football Writers’ Association and Sports Media LGBT+ working Together on industry inclusion
In Pride Month, the FWA joins with Sports Media LGBT+ in sending a message of welcome and inclusion To industry colleagues, with the two organIsations collaborating on a panel event on 14 June in association with Football v Homophobia
By FWA / Sports Media LGBT+