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As a professional football writer from the UK, I have worked with some of the biggest players in the modern game. And I feel very privileged to be able to call that 'work'.
I have ghostwritten blogs, columns and articles for top-level professional players from England and abroad, managed their personal websites and syndicated content from my interviews around the world.
My work has appeared on many platforms, including: UEFA.com, Icons.com, BBC London, The Observer newspaper, The Singapore New Paper, The Irish Examiner, BT Vision magazine, FourFourTwo, London's FreeSport Magazine, The Argus, Nuts, Zoo, The Locker Room, Total Youth Football, Match Attax, the Official SoccerEx Delegates guide, Betclic.com and much more.
I now live in the US and, if you need to find me, chances are I'm at home watching VHS copies of football matches from the early 90s. It's a habit I can't shake.
in what world is reus to man u, falcao to chelsea, or cavani leaving psg a "surprise"? the only people those are surprising to would be people who don't read football sites. seeing as how B/R runs multiple stories a day on each of those scenarios, those would be the exact opposite of a "surprise" to people on a football site
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You're welcome, Laura!
No problem, Laura.
Glad you weren't shy in asking a question about feedback. As far as those extra line breaks, I noticed there were three or four after the last line of text; it's as if you hit the return/enter button three times after the very last period of the slide.
So when you're writing, the cursor should go as far as that last period; if it goes any lower than the period, then you've got extra line breaks.
It's really not a big issue, but too many of them creates this unnecessary white space between the last line and those buttons for retweet, sharing, etc. Hope that makes it more clear ... rick.
I really enjoy your articles. Keep up the good work.
Miss Greene, my question for you is about writing on this site.
I don't know much about it, but I do know how much I love the idea of this site, and how much I would love the opportunity of writing in the football section someday. So if possible, could you please tell me how you became a writer for this site? And do they pay you?
Plenty of thanks in advance Miss!
Agreed, life without football is very painful and frankly speaking transfer rumors don't keep me hooked on,as I love the game. Bayern are changing their style a little but but so far what I see is really exciting if Pep can pull it off, only problem is he will have to keep everyone happy. He seems to have the backing of the management and fans which is the most important at Bayern. The German national team came to Miami which is not too far from where I live but I couldn't go see them, I wonder if they will do well in WC.
Do you follow Bayern closely? Good analysis, though I don't read too much into pre season friendlies barring assessing fitness levels.
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