December 18, 2013
December 18, 2013
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Will is Global Sport Manager and a Lead Writer at Bleacher Report. His has written for Eurosport-Yahoo!, ESPNFC and CNN, amongst others, and appeared as a guest on BBC radio, Sky news and CNN International. He started working for B/R in the summer of 2010.
His first book, Life with Sir Alex, was released in the U.S. in March 2012. Will has also contributed chapters to the forthcoming, Cambridge Companion to Football and Deepest Red: A Manchester United Anthology.
Hi Will...your a legend! Really a good writers. B/R would have become boring without you.
Btw, want to say this to you as you are a Lead Writer at B/R .
Can you check up on some of fake account that always harassing others user and trolling Manchester United section. And Someone for unknown reasons (Trying to make me look like the bad person) is making new accounts with a similar and obviously a copy of my account.
http://bleacherreport.com/users/3312222-so-many-idiots-here-wtf (This One 'Racist')
http://bleacherreport.com/users/3188903-manu-football (This One 'Racist')
Please do something about it..Thank you
Hello there, it looks like another United fan was quicker than me to express it... I want to say this to you as you are a B.R staff member and idk who else to say this to.
Can the United section just be for writers who support United and writers who don't necessarily support United but write some logically thought out and show very little bias in their articles?
For example, there is a writer named Phil Keidel, a City fan. His 2 articles that I remember (Why City will win the EPL and Why Young Fans should support City over United) just showed bias and hatred all throughout the article. There was no need for him to say many things he said to support his point, just shows how biased he is and how full of hate he is. Why should people like him, who do not write anything logically about a team he hates, and who shows extreme bias on a team, be allowed to write about that team?
Please do something about it.
I was wondering if there was anyway to stop the anti-United (with no constructive criticism) articles on the United page. I don't mind them posted under world football but the United page should be reserved for writers who aren't only trying to show their partisan pride. I don't mind an article with bias that has some good talking points and is well thought out. For example my most recent annoyance is with Mr. Keidel who wrote an article that gave no feedback and it's primary purpose was to troll the United fan base. These types of articles clearly shouldn't be posted in the United section.
Hi Will, I'm not sure if you got my inbox message? I seem to have lost your email address. Was hoping to have a chat with you about writing for football again. Hope to hear from you, Andy.
Hi Will, thanks for becoming a fan. Just thought I would drop you a line to say I am really enjoying writing the assignments I have been given so far for B/R.
Thanks again for the add.
hi Will, I was under the impression that Arsenal had a buy back clause on fabregas in the region of 25m so if barca agree uniteds next fee then arsenal can buy him for 25m
Hey Will, thanks for the fan add, and good reviews for "Life With Sir Alex" on Amazon - will buy a copy in the next couple of days.
Quick question: If you were David Moyes, would you send Fabio back out on loan, sell, or throw him into the squad for next season?
Hey Will, I'm glad you see things my way now. I knew that my relentless pestering would prove effective eventually ;) Haha. I'm usually just trolling man trying to have fun with people. I'm really not THAT one-sided. Cheers.