In a new series for this blog, I’m going to be detailing what it’s like reporting at the different grounds I visit. This week’s edition features Wembley Stadium.
Social Media has now been in our lives for just over a decade. It’s brought a few negatives but a plethora of positives. Although, the influence Social Media has successfully brought supporters close to their club. The role of a sport’s club’s media team has evolved over recent years. The revolutionary online change that is […]
The latest addition to football, VAR, was introduced to English football for an Emirates FA Cup tie between Brighton and Crystal Palace in early January. But the innovative technology has received more criticism than praise in recent weeks. There had been no previous need in the Third Round tie to refer to the Video Assistant […]
It’s becoming increasingly regular that a press conference in a sporting context is regulated by a media officer, however, is it correct that they have the power to do this? One of the most recent managerial rumours circulating the media has been one linking Tottenham Hotspur’s manager Mauricio Pochettino to Real Madrid. The La Liga […]
When Wales reached the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championships, they returned home to an open-top bus parade through Cardiff. But they did not win the tournament, so why was a celebration needed? In my opinion, the need to celebrate success is a subjective matter. Depending on the context of the situation, then success should […]
Logan Paul may have ruined his career by his rash actions while in Japan, however his mistakes have made us talk about suicide and that is what is needed.
Recently I was told that some countries use a mandatory voting system and that made me wonder whether it could be used in the United Kingdom or not.
In April 2015 BT Sport and The Football Conference agreed a deal that would revolutionise the top two tiers of Non League football. But how much of a benefit was the work between the two companies?
On a night when the TV cameras would be firmly focused on Billericay Town, it was outsiders Leatherhead who triumphed against the odds to reach the Emirates FA Cup Second Round Proper.
On a weekend when the country came together to remember soldiers who have fallen during conflict, England Rugby coach Eddie Jones woke on Rememberance Sunday to find his foul-mouthed exclamation being disected and scrutinised by the nation’s media.