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WHY CAN TODAY’S STARS NOT PLAY AS MANY GAMES AS YESTERDAY’S HEROES?DID THEY breed them tougher in the old days? Are current footballers pampered? Have managers taken rotation to an unnecessary level?
Yes, the game is faster now, yes, players are stronger while there is a perception among managers that they must rotate For domestic cups and even European competitions to keep their top stars fresh For the Barclays Premier League, even though For most clubs the Capital One Cup and FA Cup represent their only realistic chance of silverware.
Martin Leach RIPThe FWA is saddened to learn that Martin Leach, a stalwart of the News of the World in the North West For many years, has passed away. Martin was a friend, colleague and even mentor For many of our members, and below is a wonderful tribute written by his son Matt.
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.
Alan McLoughlin RIPAlan 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.
Football Writers’ Association Student Football Writer of the Year Awards
As part of its long-term commitment to the next generation of football writers, this year the FWA is initiating a pair of exciting new awards. Named after two much missed greats of the trade, the Vikki Orvice Award and the Hugh McIlvanney Award are For the Student Football Writers of the Year and open to anyone who is currently engaged in full time education.
Vikki Orvice celebration night at Lord’sJust a reminder that there are still a few tickets remaining For the gala night at Lord's on November 13 to celebrate the life of our dear departed colleague Vikki Orvice.
Vikki sadly died of cancer in February after several years of Treatment. We plan to spend the evening remembering the highlights of Vikki’s working life as a trailblazing sports journalist, while raising vital funds For the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, via auction and raffle. Many fantastic prizes have already been pledged, and there will be spectacular live music and entertainment, as well as superb food and drinks.
Vikki Orvice Celebration – Nov 13 at Lord’sWe are pleased to announce a special evening to celebrate the life of our dear friend and FWA vice chair Vikki Orvice, and would like to invite you to buy tickets For this star-studded event, on Wednesday November 13th 2019 at Lord’s Cricket Ground in the Nursery ...
Vikki Orvice – a tribute by Jacqui OatleyJacqui Oatley, the broadcaster, was brought on to the FWA's National Committee by Vikki Orvice, who passed away today at the age of 56. Here is Jacqui's tribute to her friend and our dear colleague.
BRAVE. FEARLESS. TRAILBLAZER. PIONEER.
There was only one Vikki Orvice. That’s clear from the many tributes which have poured in from journalists and senior sporting figures alike following the desperately sad news of our beloved colleague’s passing. Taken from us by cancer at the age of 56, but not beFore she’d squeezed every drop out of life and found humour ...
Munich – 60 years on
To mark the 60th anniversary of the Munich airliner crash that cost the lives of 23 passengers returning from Manchester United’s European Cup quarter-final in Belgrade, FWA chairman Patrick Barclay remembers the journalist victims. Eight of the nine football writers aboard died. Only Frank Taylor, of the News Chronicle, survived along with the photographer Peter Howard and Ted Ellyard, who had wired Howard’s pictures back to the Daily Mail.
FWA Q&A: Tony StensonHave you ever worked in a profession other than football?
Sold fish and chips while still at school (some say I should have stayed there - I did a decent battered haddock) and was a messenger boy at the London office of The Sydney Daily Telegraph, often delivering front pages to owner Frank Packer when he stayed at the Savoy.