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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.
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 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+
Social Media Boycott April 30 – May 3
The Football Writers’ Association is uniting with English football in a boycott of social media this weekend
This is in response to the ongoing and sustained discriminatory abuse received Online by players on the pitch, coaching staff, match day officials and our members. The FWA will halt updates on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook from 15.00 on Friday April 30 to 23.59 on Monday May 3.
Gerard Houllier – an appreciation by Patrick BarclayPatrick Barclay, our former Chairman, knew Gerard Houllier better and for longer than most of us, and here is his heartfelt and eloquent appreciation of his friend;
The word ‘’bonhomie’’ might have been invented for Gerard Houllier. Friendly almost to a fault, he was rare among football men in sharing himself with equal generosity between his beloved coaching fraternity – no photograph of a FIFA or UEFA seminar was ever complete without his smiling face – and the game’s media followers.
Harry De Cosemo – Dealing with disability in sports journalismDisability Awareness Month runs until December 20, and Harry De Cosemo, an FWA member who covers football in the North East for publications including The Morning Star and Eurosport, explains the challenges - and rewards - of his life as football journalist with Cerebral Palsy.
Writing this article is going to be difficult. I know my disability better than anybody; it has been my constant companion and part of me for my entire life. Yet, off the top of my head, I can think of a number of people who can articulate its impact much better than I ever ...
Telegraph Sports Book of the Year awards
The Telegraph Sports Book of the Year awards announced their shortlists today.
In the Football Book of the Year section, selected by us at the Football Writers’ Association and sponsored by CLOC Printing, there are six outstanding books:
Sports Freelancer Collective update May 5See here for latest news: http://footballwriters.co.Uk/editorial/sports-freelancer-collective-update-may-5/
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 ...
Sports Freelancers Collective update April 10thWelcome to the Sports Freelancer Collective's latest update April 10th
HEARD ANYTHING ABOUT SEISS?
A message from Philippe Auclair, FWA co-ordinator of the Sports Freelancer Collective...
Like many of you, I gather, I've yet to hear directly or through my accountant from HMRC re SEISS. The SFC would like to get a clearer picture of what is happening (or not happening) in this regard.
Vikki Orvice fundraising dinner
A gift to you from our birthday girl.
The FWA’s first female vice-chair, Vikki Orvice, should have celebrated her 57th birthday on Friday.
Sadly we can’t mark the occasion with Vikki this year as she passed away in February. Instead we will celebrate her life with a fundraising dinner on Wednesday (13th) for the The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.