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  • Indran Goncalves Edirenko posted 1918 days ago

    Indran Goncalves Edirenko

    Didn't realise it was 'the' Jacob Steinberg here. Love your work and I'm really glad you are here, sure can learn lot from you. Welcome to B/R mate :)

  • Liam Blackburn posted 2016 days ago

    Liam Blackburn

    Hi Jacob,

    Just finished my second year, still got another one to go then potentially a post-grad course. Off to London on Sunday for 2 weeks work experience at The Sunday Times which I'm really looking forward to. I've seen quite a bit of your stuff in The Guardian, how's life as a freelance treating you?

    Liam.

  • John Purroy Jackson posted 2018 days ago

    John Purroy Jackson

    Bobby Moore over Pele and Maradona. My God man, you know your football.

  • Barney Corkhill posted 2024 days ago

    Barney Corkhill

    A belated welcome to B/R Jacob! Looks like you're bringing a serious pedigree here! Hopefully I can learn quite a bit from you as I hope to be a Sports Journalist in the future!

  • Eddy Hirono posted 2025 days ago

    Eddy Hirono

    hey there jacob, was wondering since u're a west ham fan, if you could spare some time to take a look at my suggestions for possible signings next season?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/191882-the-three-transfers-road-to-improvement-west-ham

    thanks in advance, cheers!

  • Yoosof Farah posted 2026 days ago

    Yoosof Farah

    Oh and also, welcome to Bleacher Report! Glad to have you on board; I'm sure this site will benefit greatly from your work. Keep up the stellar stuff!

  • Yoosof Farah posted 2026 days ago

    Yoosof Farah

    Thanks very much for the advice Jacob, I appreciate it, thank you.

  • Yoosof Farah posted 2026 days ago

    Yoosof Farah

    Thanks for the advice. I already write for my school paper as well, and for the official matchday programme for my local team, League One club Gillingham FC, where I mainly do 150-word match reports, interviews with players (albeit in Q&A style), and the occasional opinion article.

    As for work experience, I haven't done much in the way of that. I read on the SJA website it would be best to get experience for a local paper (as I want to write for newspapers), would that be best? The work experience I have done is just one week helping out Martin Weller, Gillingham FC's Media Manager, where I wrote articles for the website and club programme and attended the club's press conferences. Also, next season I will be with Martin in the press box for every home game, so will be at all the post-match press conferences and all, does that count as any sort of experience?

    Anyway, thanks again for the advice, and sorry to keep asking questions, but if I may ask, what sort of qualifications would I need? A degree (in Journalism?) I take it, and then a post-graduate course in journalism? And does it have to be accredited by the NCTJ? or that other one for magazines, the P-something or other...

  • Yoosof Farah posted 2026 days ago

    Yoosof Farah

    Hey Jacob,

    I just read your latest article. I figured you must be a journalist, as your article was indeed of a higher quality than most others on this website (and through the use of a more extensive vocabulary it was clear you write for the broadsheets).

    Also, as I aspire to be a sports journalist in the future (I'm 16-years old), I just want to ask for some advice, if that's alright, on journalism, and how to make it in what of course is a very, very competitive industry.

    Anyway, I look forward to reading more of your articles, both in here and The Guardian,

    Cheers,
    Yoosof

  • Rohini Iyer posted 2027 days ago

    Rohini Iyer

    Hey Jacob..Thanks for the fan add...Really appreciate it...[:)]

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