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The MANarama National LeagueWe at the FWA are pleased to support a ground-breaking charity initiative from Vanarama, sponsors of our Golf Day and regular National League column.
Vanarama are supporting Prostate Cancer UK and for the month of October will rename the National League, which they sponsor, the MANarama National League, as well as pledging to raise £150,000 for the charity.
Vanarama column March 21 – “make the most of it!”
Throughout my career, I have heard senior players share different words of wisdom with younger team mates. Yet, there is one reoccurring quote of advice that every older player is in agreement upon; ‘make the most of it, it’s over before you know it’.
Hugh Jamieson RIPThe FWA send condolences to the family and friends of Hugh Jamieson, former football and tennis writer for The Sun and later the Mirror, Mail and today. Hugh was also a former FWA Midlands secretary.
Hugh, who succumbed to cancer last week at the age of 76, was widely admired and liked from his earliest days as a reporter on the Sheffield Morning Telegraph, before joining the Sun. Below is a tribute, with thanks to the Sports Journalists' Association website.
FWA Live: LondonThe latest FWA Live, sponsored by Barclays, was another rousing success. A packed audience at the Soho Hotel in London heard some strong views from the panel which comprised andy Dunn, chief sports writer of the Sunday Mirror and chairman of the Football Writers’ Association; Martin Lipton, chief football writer of the Daily Mirror; Alan Curbishley, the former Charlton and West Ham manager who had an eventful six weeks as technical director of Fulham; and Ray Wilkins, the former Chelsea and Manchester United (plus nine other clubs) midfielder who more recently was assistant first team coach at Chelsea and ...
FWA Q&A: PAUL JIGGINSPAUL JIGGINS of The Sun on the greatest gift from his dad...minky whale and reindeer in Reykjavik...and Dyson with death in Baltimore
Have you ever worked in a profession other than football?
Yep. Supermarket shelf-stacker, early morning office cleaner and trainee asphalter. I then joined The Sun as a messenger before going on to write, take photosrong class='search-excerpt-19'>tos for and eventually edit the company's staff newspaper and newsmagazine. I later spent a year (six months of that on gardening leave) as officer of communications for the NHS in North London before John Wardle and Ian Whittell saved me from insanity by ...
FWA Live – ManchesterGary Neville: There’s an inevitability that one day either Guardiola or Mourinho will be at City
Steve Bates: United fans say the team hasn’t been right for two or three seasons
andy Dunn: Chelsea are a club without soul
Neil Custis: Chelsea live on the edge...it was like Tiger Woods, when he was a naughty boy he was winning every Major going, now he’s calmed down he can’t hit a golf ball
FWA Q&A: James DuckerJAMES DUCKER, Northern Football Correspondent of The Times, on Bruce Lee in the mixed zone...doing a chicken dance for Geri Halliwell...and drinking a £500 bottle of Disney wine
your first ever job in journalism?
I did a week's work experience on the Manchester Evening News sports desk about four months after starting at university in Sheffield. Someone must have been feeling charitable that week because they asked me back and gradually I started to do more and more to the point where I was working regularly in a freelance capacity on sport by the time I reached my third and ...
My Week: andy Mittenandy Mitten on no Wise guy...a dancing daughter...and Xavi, the best talker in football...
Sunday, May 27
Sunday starts with an early morning rejection in paradise. I’m in Barbados to cover the PFA British Airways Legends tournament. Last year was good – 17 interviews done over four days on a beach for FourFourTwo. It made up for the hours waiting in mixed zones throughout the season.
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.