Matt Dickinson, Chief Sports Correspondent at The Times, talks about the final days of Barclays Premier League action and the most exciting moments from the 2011/12 season.
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Earlier this week we caught up with the Mirror’s Andy Dunn to find out who he admires most in the Barclays Premier League and who we can expect to make an impact over the next five years.
Renowned football journalist Sam Wallace gives his advice on how to reach the top in sports journalism. He also discusses how social media is changing the way sport is reported and the Barclays Premier League games he is looking forward to this weekend.
Renowned football journalists Brian Woolnough and Steve Bates give their opinions on this season’s Barclays Premier League title race.
By Philip Leake What an incredible Barclay’s Premier League season is unfolding, defined by vibrant, attacking football. Players have had us on the edge of our seats – whether it be the relentless Robin Van Persie, the irrepressible Gareth Bale, or the seemingly ageless Ryan Giggs. However, it is the rejuvenated Paul Scholes who could [...]
By Oliver Holmes Arsenal fought their way back from two goals down to convincingly beat Tottenham in a pulsating encounter at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners were still reeling from their Champion’s League defeat away to AC Milan and knew that a loss against their neighbours could signal the end of any meaningful challenge for [...]
Renowned football journalists Brian Woolnough and Steve Bates talk about what it takes to be a successful football writer and give their tips to entrants of the Barclays Aspiring Football Writer competition.
By Ellie Swinton Saturday afternoon, 3pm. Different matches, different pundits, different squads. But one thing stays the same: the famous, overused, and often nonsensical footballing clichés that tumble out of mouths and onto TV screens and radio stations before they can be stopped. “Football is a game of two halves” (can anyone remember the last [...]