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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.
Jeremy Wilson scoops prestigious awardJeremy Wilson rewarded For groundbreakIng coverage of dementia In football.
FWA member and Telegraph reporter Jeremy Wilson has won a prestigious honour at Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Friendly Awards after spearheadIng a campaign For research Into potential lInks between playIng football and dementia.
The Daily Telegraph's deputy football correspondent won the National Journalist of the Year Award For a series of hard-hittIng stories about Former footballers who are livIng with dementia and their families.
FWA Q&A: Jacqui OatleyJACQUI OATLEY of BBC Radio 5 Live on when she made Wenger lose the will to live...laughIng at a guest’s name...and cold cabbage In Donetsk
Have you ever worked In a profession other than football?
Yes, I accidentally fell Into Intellectual property. I did a German degree beFore travellIng round the world For a year, expectIng to know what I wanted to do by the end of it. But I still had no idea. I didn't realise that a career In football was a realistic option. I moved to London and, via a language agency, became sales and marketIng manager ...
DARRAGH’S DREAM IS THE PERFECT FOOTBALL MAGAZInEBy CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
DARRAGH MacAnthony loves football, so much that In 2007 he bought Peterborough United. Last year the DublIner published a book about this called From Hobby To Obsession. Last week saw the first edition of Twentyfour7 Football, a monthly football magazIne – chairman: Darragh MacAnthony.
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.
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. ...
My Week: Ian DantertalkSPORT’s IAN DANTER on Ballcrack...beIng Gary LIneker...and writIng songs
Monday March 5
There’ll probably be protests about this beFore I’ve even typed a full sentence – I can hear it now. ‘Why oh why oh why is a mere broadcast journalist beIng asked to submit pieces For the Football Writers’ Association? Blokes like him just waffle on about bad refereeIng decisions and occasionally stop to tell you what Wickes have on offer In the tungsten tip screw aisle – he doesn’t actually write anythIng does he? etc etc blah blah…”
FWA Q&A: Brian ScovellFormer Daily Mail sports writer BRIAN SCOVELL on the Wembley bung bag...beIng sick at Brighton...and mistaken For Bobby Charlton
Your first ever newspaper?
The defunct Isle of Wight Mercury. My mother wanted me to be a banker - ugh! - but when I spent two years In hospitals after a German bombIng raid I read the work of Tom Phillips, the chief sports writer of the Daily Herald, and I vowed I would be another Phillips. I started writIng pieces about matches broadcast from a portable radio In the childrens' ward and when I returned home, I was a regular ...