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Jennifer Juneau is a writer from New York City. Her published work has appeared in many magazines such as the American Poetry Journal, Cimarron Review, Cincinnati Review, Evergreen Review, Pank Magazine, Passages North, Portland Review, Seattle Review and so forth. She has received two awards for her writing and has been nominated for the 2011 Pushcart Prize for Fiction. Currently she writes for 90:00 Soccer Magazine, where she covers the Swiss national team matches and important club matches, as the Europa League, Liverpool FC vs Young Boys Bern and The Champions League Manchester United vs FC Basel. She also freelances for other magazines.
Her graduate studies at the University of Zurich in linguistics, theory and criticism have enabled her to marry her passions for literary analysis and European football and to write it lyrically. She lives and writes in Switzerland.
Jennifer: Is it possible for you to review my article? Please? Thank You.
Really enjoyed your article on Liverpool. Loved the video console angle to it.
Here is a look at my article.
Another disconcerted fan writes in response to Alex Massie's article: LucyChloe2007
I love English soccer and wish greedy Americans would keep their bloody mits off of English clubs.
English sports teams should be owned by English people!
I screwed up, that post beneath me on Arda Turan was meant for someone else's article. My apologies.