FWA Live – Lampard and Scott on fine formOur latest FWA Live was a great success, with England Legends Frank Lampard and Alex Scott joining Carrie Brown, Neil Ashton and Paul McCarthy on a panel to discuss the FA Cup final, World Cup and many other topics.
Supported by our title sponsors William Hill, it was held at the Landmark Hotel, London, on Thursday May 17 and covered a lot of ground. Frank and Alex kindly donated their fees to charity. Frank donated his to the Matthew Harding Trust while Alex supported Millwall Lionesses, who are struggling to survive.
FWA Live – last few tickets availableThe last few tickets are available for a special night with Frank Lampard and AlexScott at FWA Live this Thursday. The former England legends will take audience questions on the FA Cup final, World Cup and more. Tickets here: bit.ly/2I1ynFR
England Legends at FWA Live on May 17England legends Frank Lampard and Alex Scott will be our special guests at the next FWA Live, to be held at the Landmark Hotel London on Thursday May 17.
Former Chelsea midfielder Lampard and Arsenal Women's star Scott both reached over 100 caps for England, and will be previewing the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United and also discussing this summer's World Cup, and in particular England's prospects.
FWA Q&A: ANDY DILLONANDY DILLON of The Sun on being Vince Champagne...his fear of Harry’s open car window...and a naked sauna with an unknown female...
Have you ever worked in a profession other than football?
I worked on a building site labouring as a teenager but got sacked after having a fight with the foreman. Construction's loss is football's gain I like to think. I have also had various jobs including filing the insides of the telescopic legs of fold up fishing chairs to make them fit and buttering bread at the Student Union while at University. I also made cash as a ...
Frank Lampard Sweeps to Footballer of the Year AwardFRANK LAMPARD has beaten off the challenge of his Chelsea team-mate John Terry to win the Football Writers' Association vote as Footballer of the Year.
The Chelsea and England midfielder becomes only the second Englishman since Alan Shearer in 1994 to win football's oldest and most prestigious individual award - Teddy Sheringham was the other in 2001.