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21 Jul
2016

Gazette seeks replacement for high-powered Watt

Watt: tries to aviod the club's politics

Watt is the sports journalist who called for the Football Association to take action against football clubs who try to ban newspapers from attending press conferences, interviewing players and managers, and even reporting on matches

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20 Jul
2016

Human rights group gives advice for Rio journalists

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An international campaign group has today published a guide for journalists working at the Olympics on best practice when filming around Rio de Janeiro or interviewing children during their coverage of the Games

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19 Jul
2016

Press screening of Unbelievable, Thu, Jul 21

Unbelievable

SJA members are invited to a special preview screening of Unbelievable – The Chad Clos Story being held in Barnes, London, this Thursday morning from 9am

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18 Jul
2016

Long-suffering Carter’s tale of Grecians’ legends

Gus Honeybun

Gus Honeybun… Your Boys Took One Hell of a Beating is the first book to be published by Simon Carter, the sports editor of the Southern Daily Echo, who carries the unfortunate burden of being a fan of his home town team, the spectacularly unsuccessful Exeter City

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15 Jul
2016

Hearst Magazines: sub-editor

Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World magazines seek a sub-editor

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13 Jul
2016

Real insights from Charlton’s account of ’66 and all that

Sir Bobby Charlton: spoke of the importance of volunteers

For the second time in his career, ERIC BROWN tackles Sir Bobby, this time in book form

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12 Jul
2016

SJA begins the search to find a new Secretary

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We need someone to pick up the baton and be part of the world’s largest and most active national organisation of sports journalists

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11 Jul
2016

Farewell France. You got just about what you deserved

Au revoir: there are some things Hack will miss about his five weeks in France

VIEW FROM THE PRESSBOX: Hack’s hacked off. And he’s off now, returning home after five weeks on the road in France, where enthusiasm for Euro 2016 was less than ecstatic, just as the football was less than epic

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8 Jul
2016

Liverpool Echo: Premiership beat blogger

This is a role that will focus on the off-beat aspects of Liverpool Football Club and Everton Football Club digital content generation. It is not about covering premiership football matches or attending premiership press conferences, but about communicating the lighter side of the beautiful game

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7 Jul
2016

Homesick hack’s lesson in humility from Ronaldo

Humility: Christiano Ronaldo consoles Gareth Bale at the end of the Euro semi-final

VIEW FROM THE PRESSBOX: Wales fans have had a great time, they’ve drunk France dry, and now they get to go home. Meanwhile, after more than a month, our tame football hack is counting the days to the end of Euro 2016

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