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Student Football Writers of the Year awards R11; 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.

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RORY 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 ...

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My Week: Ian Danter

talkSPORT’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 Scovell

Former 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 ...

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My Week: Colin Young

The non-breakfasting Ireland correspondent of the Daily Mail takes us behind the scenes of the Republic’s qualification For Euro 2012...

Monday November 8
An international week with the Republic of Ireland always starts at Newcastle airport, followed by the joys of a certain low budget airline. Thankfully I always manage to fall asleep on planes as soon as they start to taxi, so I have no idea what all the fuss is about. Myself and my colleague Damian Spellman from the Press Association, another North East football hack, arrive in wind-swept Dublin after midday and head straight to the ...

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Alan McLoughlin RIP

Alan McLoughlin, the Former Swindon, Portsmouth and Republic of Ireland midfielder, has sadly passed away. In March he asked us to send this message to our members.

Statement from Alan McLoughlin and family

"In light of questions about my situation, and some incorrect inFormation being circulated, I feel it necessary to clarify some of my circumstances.



Sports Freelancer Collective update May 5

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Philippe Auclair and Niall McGinnity give an update on the latest news affecting freelancers and small business in journalism:

HMRC has just posted online new inFormation about SEISS, which clarifies matters such as eligibility criteria For the grant that so many of us hope will help us through this uncertain period. Here are the two most important links, which I invite you to read very carefully as it seems to me that some of the government's criteria will not be fulfilled by some of our members whom we'd initially thought would ...



Brazil 2014 R11; a reporterR17;s guide to safety and security

Essential Do’s and Don’t’s For Reporters Going to Brazil

(by Mike Collett, Reuters global football editor who has visited Brazil six times in three years)

There is no doubt Brazil is a beautiful country, but it is a country with a dark Side. We all know it has wonderful beaches, samba music and a fantastic football tradition, but they will count For little if you are held up in broad daylight by some knife-wielding, wild-eyed scumbag lowlife demanding your wallet, mobile phone and laptop.


Not a vintage season but UnitedR17;s goal power could surprise Europe

As the Barclays Premier League reaches the halfway stage asked the Daily Mirror’s Chief Football Writer MARTIN LIPTON For his views on the season so far.

As the Barclays Premier League season reaches the halfway mark, how would you assess 2012/13 so far?
It’s been quite entertaining and enjoyable, but I also think the standard of the top teams is a long way behind what it was in 2008 and 2009 which For me was the high watermark in English football For the quality of players available. We still have some fantastic footballers, though, it’s been a pleasure to ...

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