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26 Nov
2014

Midlands football merry-go-round among media

Brian Doogan: transferred from Villa to Everton

West Brom and Birmingham City’s press offices have both pilfered respected local reporters while Aston Villa are looking for a replacement for their Everton-bound head of media, Brian Doogan

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23 Nov
2014

Catterick’s Everton legacy too easily overlooked

Harry Catterick: built one of the greatest teams of the 1960s

ERIC BROWN welcomes the overdue biography of one of the top managers of 1960s English football

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15 Oct
2014

Make VAT’s flat rate work for your business

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Accountant BARRY KERNON offers his latest piece of advice for freelancers looking to manage their business

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20 Sep
2014

SJA and Ladbrokes are off to York Races next May

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“We want as many of our members from across the country to have an active part in all our activities. This includes social events such as the Race Day, and we are delighted to be working with Ladbrokes and returning to York”

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27 Jul
2014

Working for nothing can be a bad experience

No one in this press box is working for nothing

The SJA tries to offer advice based on our members’ experience and common sense, and not receiving pay for work is rarely a good idea. By STEVEN DOWNES

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9 May
2014

Dot the i, cross the t, and check your apostrophes

Pen writing

ROB STEEN, sports journalism lecturer at Brighton University with experience as a sports writer over four decades, maintains that his students should always exercise the best standards of English grammar in their writing – even in emails and texts

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21 Mar
2009

Dear Keith: How do I become a sports journalist?

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Wish I had a pound for everyone who comes to see me saying: “I’d like a job in sports journalism.” Sadly, their qualifications rarely match their ambitions

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