Authors

Alex has worked for Opta since 2015 and primarily covers English, Italian and Dutch football.

Andy Jones is a lifelong Manchester United fan based in Salford, who just about managed to survive the Moyes disaster. He has spent more than 17 years in sports development and grassroots football. Andy is a qualified football coach and has worked on major sporting events including the UEFA Cup Final and Champions League Final.

Brian was born and raised in Johnstown, Pa. He lives in Wheatfield, Indiana with his wife and two kids. He Has been writing about the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2007 for such entities as Pittsburgh Sports Tavern, Pittsburgh Sports Forum, and SteelerZone, which he created in 2015. He is the Team Manager for the Steelers writers at Last Word On Sports.

Chris Henderson is a football writer and editor of Toe Jam Football, covering topics across the European landscape. He is a long-time suffering Blackburn Rover. Chris has a soft spot for hotpots and midget gems.

Chris Ross is the owner of BabbleSports.com . A lifelong sports fan, Chris started sportswriting in 2013 before founding BabbleSports in 2017 with the goal of sharing his passion for sports with people everywhere.

Chuck has covered a multitude of sports for over 20 years after finishing college, where he played baseball. While juggling a career in business, Chuck has dedicated some of his time to outside writing endeavors with a number of outlets including his own blog, “The Barrel”.

Clive is a sports breakfast show host for sportsLINE Cumbria living in Cumbria, United Kingdom. He is a former professional footballer from the halcyon days of black and white television.

Daniel is a Premier League accredited journalist. He has had features published by The Leicester Mercury, The Derby Telegraph and VAVEL. Daniel is a season ticket holder at his local club, Leicester City.

Dan is a football writer living in the Basque Country, in the north of Spain. You can follow his adventures and read more of his writings at www.thelinesman.org

Passionate fifty-something Arsenal supporter who has been making the journey to N5 regularly since the early 1980s – although his first game was in 1976. Always passionate when talking about The Arsenal, Dave decided to send a guest blog to Gunnersphere in the summer of 2011 and has not stopped writing about the Gunners since. He set up his own site – 1 Nil Down 2 One Up – in February 2012, and this site is now well established in the busy Arsenal Blogosphere. Dave’s own writing for that site will continue, but he wanted to launch a new site filled with writing talent to offer something fresh and exciting – so he teamed up with some like-minded friends: Gunners Town is that project…

Ger is a European football writer based in Dublin, with a particular passion for English and Italian football. He is the founder of footballosti.com as well as featuring for the likes of Newstalk, These Football Times, RealSport101 and more. He studied at the University of Wolverhampton.

James is a European football writer specialising in all things Turkish. His work for These Football Times has been translated by several national publications, including CNN, Fanatik, Habertürk and Hurriyet.

James Adam Shaw is a sports writer and editor specialising in College Football and the NFL. His work has been featured on Bleacher Report, Yahoo Sport, and Grosvenor. He is also the man behind the public policy and sports governance magazine, ShouldHappen.com.

Jason Westall is a football writer with more than 9 years' editorial experience. He has written for well-known bookmakers and had publications in Vice and Huffington Post. Jason is a devout - albeit pessimistic - Leicester City fan.

Josh White is a college football enthusiast who has previously contributed articles to Playoff PAC, the non-profit political action committee that was formed in 2008 to help create a college football playoff and destroy the BCS. He takes prides in having played some infinitesimally small part in helping to create the College Football Playoff.

Huddersfield native exiled in the south of England, dividing his spare time between cricket, cycling and football.

Mark Docherty has written for the likes of All Out Football and runs the website, Fratton End View. He is a season ticket holder at Portsmouth FC and passionate about all levels of English football.

Michael Matias. Chicago native. Boxing enthusiast, started writing on the sport since 2014. Also a Cubs, Bears, Bulls and Barcelona fan.

Neil Jensen is an experienced business and football writer, based in the UK. A lifelong Chelsea fan, he also follows RB Leipzig, Ferencvaros, Paris St. Germain, Hitchin Town and Randers FC. He has high hopes that his Anglo-Japanese grandson will play for Japan in 15 years’ time.

Ryan Fisher is a sports journalism student at the University of Central Lancashire. He is a lifelong Manchester United fan who has written features for GiveMeSport, VAVEL, AllOutFootball and Total Wrestling Magazine, among others.

Scott Andes is a longtime writer and Dodger fanatic. He runs LA Dodger Report, a community dedicated to discussing Dodgers news, rumors, trades, and recaps. LADR fosters deep Dodgers discussions and throws tantrums when they lose.

Sean is a football journalist based in the North West, regularly covering both Everton and Liverpool fixtures from the Goodison Park and Anfield press boxes.

Shane McNichol is the founder of PalestraBack.com .He has also contributed to ESPN, Rush The Court, Larry Brown Sports, and USA Today Sports Weekly. When he's not writing about basketball, he's screaming about one of Philadelphia's sports teams. Follow him on Twitter @OnTheShaneTrain.

Stuart is a Scottish football fan and keen traveller. He is a fully paid up and battle weary member of the Tartan Army. You can find his other bletherings at thefootballblether.wordpress.com.

The Pursuit is an independent blog that covers the Washington Nationals with game stories, news, analysis, opinion and original content. The site is by Nats fans, for Nats fans.

Traven Tapson is Chief Editor at offthewallbaseball.com. He is a recent graduate of Claremont McKenna College and is pursuing a career in baseball operations.

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