Nathan Clifton

Nathan Clifton

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My name is Nathan and I am an adamant "football" fan. I have followed the EPL all my life since its inception and follow Manchester United through thick and thin. I also look at La Liga closely as I consider it to be a close contender with the EPL for the best league in the world title. Serie A is ok but there is way too much acting in that league for my liking as there is in the Portugese SuperLiga (Do these grown men know they're on TV?!).

I am just about to embark on a degree in Journalism as I realised 2 years in that Physiotherapy wasn't for me.

I hope you enjoy.

Also feel free to drop me a line if you want to chat about ANY issues regarding the great game, I will definitely get back to you.

You can find me on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/NateC87?ref=profile

And Twitter:
http://twitter.com/NateClifton

And please feel free also to follow my up and coming blog 'Football on Tap'
http://footballontap.blogspot.com/

Nate

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  • Owen Watson posted 1883 days ago

    Owen Watson

    Alright man...to answer your question, don't worry about it being too long...the headline bar will go Red on Bleacher if the headline too long...

    My general advice would be, think about if you searched on google...what words would you type in? e.g. Sneijder...so if your headline has "Sneijder" in it, you'll catch people that typed that...but not people that typed "Wesley Sneijder"

    Whereas if you typed "Wesley Sneijder" in the headline...you'd still get people that typed "Sneijder"

    So the more specific, the better...

    But also, if you type "Sneijder" into google...you're going to get a whole list of hits, so you need to write a headline that makes someone go "wonder what that is" and click it...

    So make the headline interesting as possible, but with the key terms...

    Hope that helps!

  • Brian Son posted 1884 days ago

    Brian Son

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/243349-perhaps-now-is-the-time-for-video-replay

    In light of Eduardo's audacious dive, perhaps its time to re-open the argument about video replays.

  • Stefan Vasilev posted 1886 days ago

    Stefan Vasilev

    Hey, Nathan.

    What's the common thing between the great military strategist Sun Tzu and modern football managers? Have a look here:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/241863-sun-tzus-six-must-know-rules-for-every-football-manager

    Thanks,
    Stefan

  • Nathan Clifton posted 1907 days ago

    Nathan Clifton

    Just look at the old school articles, 1000 views!!!

    Now you're lucky to get 200.

  • Ryan Droege posted 1924 days ago

    Ryan Droege

    Not a problem, sir! That's what I'm here for.

  • Zander Freund posted 2443 days ago

    Zander Freund

    Hey Nathan,

    I just wanted to let you know that Bleacher Report has launched out of beta with an updated look and feel and some great new features. Check out the "Game On" link in the header to find out more.

    Next week we'll be launching the site to the world with some public announcements—and it'd be great to get a contribution from you between now and Tuesday to make Bleacher Report's launch a success.

    Let me know if you need any help with ideas or have questions. Have a great weekend Nathan!

    Zander

  • Ryan Alberti posted 2597 days ago

    Ryan Alberti

    Glad everything checks out, Nathan. You keep "just providing the content"...and I'll keep right on being grateful for it.

  • Dave Nemetz posted 2611 days ago

    Dave Nemetz

    Sounds like you've a good assessment of where Liverpool stands this year and how they've managed to put together such an outstanding squad. Might an article be on the way on this very topic?

  • Beezer McBeeze posted 2612 days ago

    Beezer McBeeze

    Far too much acting in Serie A. Could not agree more. Well done with your first two pieces.