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You may have seen recently that Footy Blog was offering football journalism internships for students, well now we’re also looking for part-time football bloggers. We’re looking for people who are interested in gaining experience working as a football writer, perhaps someone looking for a career within the sports journalism industry. This will be a completely unpaid position, but we’re hoping …

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VIDEO: Lionel Messi scores fantastic solo goal

Lionel Messi hit back at his Ballon D’Or snub this week by scoring a fantastic solo goal for Barcelona against Getafe in the Copa Del Rey. The goal by Messi, his second of the game, put Barca into a 2-0 lead, a scoreline which they saw through to the end. Messi will be hoping for a good 2014 to win …

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Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo

Although the argument has been raging for years, there never really seems to be a clear-cut answer to the which footballer is better, Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? So we’ve decided to take a look at the stats of both of these, undoubtedly world-class footballers to try and find out which is the best. Personally whenever I’ve thought about Ronaldo …

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Scout Report: USA

Background Major League Soccer (MLS) is the highest level for professional football teams in the United States and Canada. The MLS concept was created in 1993 after FIFA requested that the United States establish a professional football league in order to host the 1994 World Cup, with the first season taking place in 1996. At this present moment, the MLS …

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Football Journalism internships with FootyBlog

FootyBlog.net is offering several aspiring football journalists the opportunity of gaining valuable work experience whilst building up a portfolio as a writer right here on our famous football blog. We’re looking to build a small team of talented writers who can contribute several pieces per week to the site. Obviously these articles will need to be unique and unpublished, and …

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Cleverley's WAG Dorsett

WAG of the Week: Georgina Dorsett – Girlfriend of Tom Cleverley

Following on from last weeks footballer WAG of the week (Sam Cooke, Chris Smalling’s girlfriend), this week we’re taking a look at Manchester United teammate Tom Cleverley’s WAG Georgina Dorsett. Cleverley and Dorsett seem to have been dating since May 2012, or at least that’s when some of the tabloids started publishing their story. Georgina Dorsett of course found fame …

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What ever happened to… Luís Boa Morte?

From Arsenal, via the Portuguese national team, to South Africa, this is the story of Luís Boa Morte, currently playing in the 12th tier of English football for for Hampshire Premier League Division One side Four Marks. Boa Morte started his youth career at Sporting Lisbon in Portugal, the country of his birth. His parents were from  São Tomé and Príncipe and moved to Portugal …

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Scout Report: Turkey

Background Turkey’s Super League (Super Lig) was founded in 1959, after a number of individual city-based leagues joined forces to create the national Super Lig. Of the sixteen teams that competed in the 1959 season, only Besiktas, Galatasaray, Fenerbahce, and Genclerbirligi began the 2013-2014 season in the top flight. In recent times, the country has become an attractive destination for …

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Scout Report: Argentina

Background When Argentina is mentioned in a conversation, attention turns to the Argentine players that have lit up the world with incredible talent over the years. Alfredo Di Stefano played for Real Madrid in the 50’s and 60’s, Diego Maradona for Napoli in the 1980’s, and Lionel Messi is currently breaking record after record in the historic colours of Barcelona. …

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What ever happened to… Junichi Inamoto?

JUNICHI INAMOTO Factfile Full name: Junichi Inamoto Date of birth: 18 September 1979 (age 34) Place of birth: Yusui, Kagoshima, Japan Height: 1.81 m (5 ft 11 1?2 in) Playing position: Midfielder Playing career summary A part of Arsenal’s 2001/02 Championship winning squad, albeit with no league appearances, Inamoto was a great hope back home as part of Japan’s emerging …

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Ryan Giggs turns 40

Manchester United stalwart Ryan Giggs turns 40 today, 23 years since he signed his first professional contract at the club. Giggs looks set to become only the forth outfield player to play in the Premier League at the age of 40, following in the footsteps of Gordon Strachan (40 years, 83 days), Kevin Phillips (40 years, 89 days but still …

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