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Thomas is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report primarily covering Tottenham Hotspur and the English Premier League, as well as a contributor on other aspects of world football, road cycling and Alpine skiing.

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  • Leo Collis posted 3 days ago

    Leo Collis

    Hi, Thomas. Sounds like a common issue. In the stylebook, it says: "Bleacher Report articles should follow the AP Stylebook's protocol for presenting Korean names by default (i.e. in the absence of a clear, official English roster presentation)." The "i.e..." bit is what I focus on in this instance, since the Tottenham site does offer a clear presentation. However, I will try to find something a little more concrete to give you some clarity. Sometimes it's just a crossover of ideas between editors. As you often do check over your feedback (which is great) I can understand why this must be frustrating to try and get a clear picture. Cheers!

  • Cal Gildart posted 6 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    You're more than welcome!

  • Ian Rodgers posted 10 days ago

    Ian Rodgers

    No problem, Thomas.

  • Delores Smith-Johnson posted 12 days ago

    Delores Smith-Johnson

    Thanks, Thomas!

  • Delores Smith-Johnson posted 13 days ago

    Delores Smith-Johnson

    You're welcome, Thomas! Have a great upcoming week!

  • Ian Rodgers posted 16 days ago

    Ian Rodgers

    Thanks Thomas. All good with me - thanks for the point we took from WHL before the international break. That might come in handy ;-)

  • Glen Danquah posted 20 days ago

    Glen Danquah

    No worries, Thomas. Have a good one.

  • Cal Gildart posted 26 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    You're more than welcome!

  • James Rogers posted 29 days ago

    James Rogers

    You got it, Thomas! Thanks for your words.

  • Cal Gildart posted 31 days ago

    Cal Gildart

    NP. We usually follow what clubs do, but everywhere else and how South Korean names are typically styled told us to do the other. Nice one.