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Football Book of the Year shortlist announced
For the first time, The Telegraph Sports Book Awards to take place at The Kia Oval’s new hospitality suite on 20th September 2021. The FWA is delighted to have been involved in the judging process for the Football Book of the Year.
Football Book of the Year
Biographies of some of the most successful football managers, past and present, dominate the Football Writers' Association Book of the Year Award Longlist for 2018.
Now sponsored by Coutts, it is one of 10 categories within the Sports Book Awards Ceremony which takes place at Lord’s Cricket Ground on June 7th.
Women in Football celebrate 10th anniversary
FWA vice chair Vikki Orvice was among 150 guests who celebrated the tenth anniversary of Women in Football during a gala evening at the House of Lords earlier this month.
Vikki was a founder member of the networking and campaigning group, which also includes prominent FWA members such as Jacqui Oatley and Lucy Pepper.
‘Think of the worst hangover you’ve ever had then add a whole new level on topR30;I’d had better days’CHRIS BRERETON on the amazing story of Fabrice Muamba’s autobiography which was written in 38 days
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
CHRIS BRERETON was watching Tottenham Hotspur versus Bolton Wanderers in a bar in Bangkok when Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the White Hart Lane surface on March 17, 2012 in an FA Cup quarter-finals tie.
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 ...
Dennis Signy – an appreciation by Gerry CoxWhen Dennis Signy rang, he didn't need to introduce himself – that marvellous, gravelly basso profondo could not have come from anyone else.
But of course, being unfailingly courteous and having been brought up to introduce himself at the earliest opportunity, even to old friends, he would say: “Gerry, it's Dennis. Everything alright, son?” before getting down to the nitty gritty, which was invariably a tip-off, a lead to follow up, or a bit of hot-off-the-press gossip.
FWA Q38;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 ...
FWA Book Club: Forgive Us Our Press PassesFrom Forgive Us Our Press Passes (Know The Score Books - Amazon £13.99).
Never before have so many leading football writers been united in one publication. Newspaper rivalries are set aside as the Football Writers' Association present a unique collection of more than 60 original essays on every aspect of modern football. Know The Score Books are giving 10 per cent of the retail price of the book to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. The best writers have come together for the best of causes.
FWA Q38;A: THE SECRET FOOTBALL WRITER
THE SECRET FOOTBALL WRITER on ZZ tops...an offal meal in Bordeaux...and expensive Russian wives
Have you ever worked in a profession other than football?
Stacking shelves at Sainsbury's helped to pay my way through school and university - a remarkably unremarkable job only made bearable by the freely available freshly squeezed orange juice in the chillers out the back which got many of us through the 7am Saturday/Sunday starts. Ownership of the reduction labels for soon to be out of date produce also provided family and friends with some amazing bargains.
CAPITAL ONE WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR THIS FINALBy CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
SIMON PARKER, the football writer closest to Bradford City, on the rise and rise of the Bantams
"In the future everybody will be world famous for 15 minutes" – Andy Warhol, 1968.
BRADFORD CITY are one win away from securing a place in the Europa League. Old sages may say nothing in football surprises them, but the rise and rise of the Bantams is up there with all the tales of the unexpected the occasionally beautiful game can offer.