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

Alex regularly writes about Manchester United and has had a number of publications for The FA, FourFourTwo, Manchester Evening News, Yahoo Sport and SPORTBible.

Alison St.Clair is a sports blogger with northern wit and southern charm. An avid sports fan of teams that mostly end up a disappointment; similar to her dating life. If Alison owned a race horse, she would name it RunningInHeels.

Andy Bisnos is a football blogger and part-time content writer. First taken to Filbert Street as an 8 year old in February 1988, Andy's specialist subject is Leicester City. He also enjoys Social Media, Politics and many other sports including Boxing and Cricket.

Anthony Kelly is a football blogger and part-time content writer. Born and raised in Liverpool before moving to Stockport, unsurprisingly his specialist subject is all things Liverpool with a particular interest on the state of the broader game and La Liga. Also enjoy hiking, traveling and The Simpsons.

Ben is a Senior Analyst at Nielsen and is based in New York City. He graduated from Cornell University with a double major in Statistics and Applied Economics. He's passionate about football and basketball. Ben will be writing long form essays pertaining to football history, philosophy and occasionally analytics.

Brandon James Anderson is a writer and editor living in the Metro Detroit area in the U.S. state of Michigan. Having served as a bench warmer for the Edge Hill University basketball team while studying abroad in the U.K., he considers himself a retired athlete. For more information, visit

Brandon Sysak is a avid Detroit sports fan who loves to write about both the NFL and NBA. Brandon is the founder of the Basket Bloggers, a basketball blog and podcast network covering the NBA. He is a graduate of Central Michigan University and a newlywed to his lovely wife Anna.

Brian McLaughlin is the creator of Mouthpiece covers all Philadelphia professional sports, with daily blog posts and a weekly podcast.

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 . 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 endeavours 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.

Conor McKnight is a Belfast-based European Football Writer with a passion for the Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1. A long time Villarreal C.F. fan who makes the pilgrimage to Spain at least once a year. He also runs his own blog:

Craig is a freelance writer who has written for the Move Mag, Football Pink and Northern Echo, amongst others. He has also written a collection of short stories due to be released in October 2018 on Mudfog Press. Craig currently lives in Hartlepool.

Craig Davies, a tortured Sunderland supporter for many years. Lives in the beautiful cathedral city of Durham on the banks of the River Wear. An English Literature graduate, Teacher, father of 3 and husband of one. Blogger, sports opinion writer for numerous blogs and sites. Runs the Sunderland, blog, podcast and website, The Roker Report.

After reading Bill Simmons' The Book of Basketball, Daniel fell in love with NBA trivia and history. Today he runs his own NBA podcast and blog.

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.

David currently writes for quarterly magazines No Place Like Home and The Football Pink. His book, The Unbelievables: The Remarkable Rise of Leicester City, was published by deCoubertin Books in 2016.

Declan is a football writer who runs

Dom is an aspiring football writer. Match Reporter at @Thurrock FC, blogger for @FootyStats_org and @FootieWriter

EJ Ayala is a sports writer that covers the NBA and NCAAB. He’s a published NBA writer that likes to podcast. His work has been featured on HoopsAddict, Basketball Insiders and Hoopsworld. He’s Los Angeles raised but now resides and operates primarily out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Feel free to connect on twitter @EJ_AyalaNBA.

Ellis Douglas is from Dundee, Scotland, and is a long-suffering Sunderland fan.

Emmanuel Odey is a freelance journalist with a love for all things football. His work has been featured on several well-known publications.

Franco grew up chasing a ball through the streets of La Capitale. He holds an MA in Oriental Languages and Civilizations and regularly talks football for a variety of websites, including Just Football, The Gentleman Ultra, These Football Times and The Football Pink. His work can also be found on The Guardian.

Gary Beeson is a sports writer that focuses intently on the both the NFL & English Premier League. Gary has been operating the @UK_Patriots twitter account since 2014. Gary is also a lifelong supporter of Tottenham Hotspur.

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

Jackson Lloyd is an NBA writer from Shakopee, Minnesota, whose work has been featured on The 94 Feet Report. Jackson likes to live life like the shot clock is winding down.

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,

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.

Jason is a passionate Liverpool fan who lives in Perth, Australia. When not cheering on the mighty Reds, he is a lover of a wide variety of sports including the NBA, Cricket and Tennis to name just three. Jason has a degree in Journalism and is currently a freelance writer who has had their work published on a number of websites .

Joseph Lowery is a freelance football writer based in the United States. He writes about the domestic game, European club football, the United States Men's National Team, and the broader international football scene. You can find him on Twitter @joeInCleats.

Kat is a freelance sports writer specialising in football and cricket for various publications online and in print.

Lauren enjoys writing about English football and social issues within sport. She has had work published on sites such as The Tab and United Politics and is a keen Chelsea fan.

West Ham and non-league football fan following the adventures of five clubs from the fifth to ninth tiers of English football for 2018-19. Converted New York Knicks, Atlanta Falcons, Miami Hurricanes, Bristol Rugby and Gloucestershire Cricket fan/sufferer.

Luke is a Sports Journalism student at Sheffield Hallam University. He writes about Queens Park Rangers and European Football, in particular the Swedish Allsvenskan.

Mark is a loyal Spurs fan who lives in Bristol. He has attempted most sports, including quarterback in the British Universities American Football League and is currently seeking to emulate Hugo Lloris in goal for his local Saturday league football team. Mark combines a career in law with pursuing a long-held passion for sports writing.

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.

Love all things football related, avid Man Utd supporter, follow rugby when the internationals are on! Former Sunday League referee and married to a Liverpool supporter! Contribute for @CSportsFootball.

Michael is an aspiring football journalist based in the North West of England. He is a Liverpool fan but also follows the results of Bayer Leverkusen, Norwich City and Barcelona.

Mike is an avid Arsenal supporter, who enjoys sharing his views via his site,

Michael Lai-Turay is a sports writer with a passion for all sports, specifically the NBA and NCAA Basketball. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Communications and Journalism at the University at Albany. He is also the creator of Lai-Turay's 3/4 Court Press.

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.

Nick Fay and Off the Glass provide NBA content provide; breaking down games, trades, free agent signings, predictions, Esports and much more.

Nick is an an avid soccer fan who has a passion for writing. He is a college student from Texas, and has played soccer for around 15 years, in both Europe and the US.

Patrick is the founder and owner of He is an avid sports fan, particularly MLB and NFL, and is a student at UNCC.

Football writer with a focus on Thai and Southeast Asian football. Writes for ESPN FC, AFC and others.

Working on all things FinTech 📲💻 Food lover and also tweeting on @Seahawks

Phill is a huge sports fan, but darts is his first love. He's a presenter for Live Darts TV and covers most events.

Ross is a Glasgow-based freelancer currently contributing to publications such as VICE, Nutmeg, Bright Wall/Dark Room and The Skinny.

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 .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.

Steve is a San Francisco Giants fan from London and writes about baseball. You can read more of his work at

Steven Scragg, Senior Writer for These Football Times, columnist for This Is Anfield, featured on Guardian Sport and shortlisted for the Blogger of the Year category at the 2017 Football Supporters' Federation Awards.

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

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.

Tim Haïdar is a journalist and content strategist who writes about energy, geopolitcs….and football. A life-long Spurs fan, he’s increasingly wondering if the Beautiful Game is estranging itself more and more from the people that love it.

Tim Lees is a Director at

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

Soccer fan in the United States who writes for Royal Blue Mersey of SBNation and Soccer 'n' Sweet Tea covering soccer in the Carolinas.

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