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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.
Footballer of the YearPreparations are underway for our Footballer of the Year and Women's Footballer of the Year awards dinner, which will be held at the Landmark Hotel, London on Thursday May 9.
Below is a note from the FWA's Executive Secretary Paul McCarthy outlining how FWA members can vote for their choice and apply for tickets to the dinner, one of the top nights in the sporting calendar:
ELECTRONIC MEDIA CANNOT COMPETE WITH THE THRILL OF A BACK PAGE EXCLUSIVESunday Mirror sports editor DAVID WALKER on how the internet is affecting newspapers
By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
IN THE very old days spectators were told the half-time scores from other games when someone placed numbers along the touchline of one side of a ground. By “A” – say, Arsenal v Chelsea – the numbers “1” and “1” or whatever were placed, the key to the letters in the programme.
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.
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.
My Week: Dan TolhurstPICTURE: Dan Tolhurst and Arsène Wenger at a pre-match media conference.
Dan Tolhurst. Communications Manager, Arsenal, on a major decision about CBeebies...problems with a chunky monkey...and a happy boss
I’m proud to say that I’ve been Communications Manager/Press Officer at Arsenal for nearly 14 years. I joined Arsenal just after the Double’season of 1997/98. Since then, a lot has changed in football and at Arsenal, including a new training ground and a new stadium, but thankfully all the while with just one manager.
My Week: John LeyTHE DAILY TELEGRAPH’S JOHN LEY on stats...Stinking Bishop...and speaking at the House of Commons
Monday, March 12
Wake up with a start. It’s going to be a busy old week and I don’t feel if I’m as prepared as I should be. The last 10 months have been strange; since switching from my role as a football writer on The Daily Telegraph after 24 years, I am still adapting to life as ‘Production Editor’ – that’s a sub in real money – and it still feels strange, knowing that I don’t start work until 4pm.
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.
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+