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Neil Jones

Right, where to start? My name is Neil Jones, I'm 23 years old and from Liverpool- therefore I'm a Liverpool F.C. supporter. I have been writing football related bits and bobs for as long as I can remember. It was a massive ambition of mine right the way through school to be a sports writer, until the smell of money distracted me from University at 18! But now I'm determined to give it another go, starting from now! I guess I find it easy to write about something I seem to spend most my life talking/thinking/reading about, and have an awful lot of passion for. Hope you enjoy reading my pieces, and don't be afraid to cut me down if you disagree with my opinions. After all, that's what football is all about isn't it?

Football Injuries and Modern Footballers [INFOGRAPHIC]

It's the bane of a footballer's life. Not a salary cap, not kiss-and-tell scandals or even the dreaded, and eternally-blamed Credit Crunch (always a...

Football Tickets Online – Goldmine or Minefield?

So that big cup draw has been made, your team has got the tie that they were praying for. A home tie as well....

Liverpool star Dirk Kuyt reveals Inter Milan approach

Dirk Kuyt’s proposed move to Inter Milan took a new twist this weekend after the Dutchman revealed that the European Champions had submitted a...

Krisztian Nemeth to join Olympiakos from Liverpool

Krisztian Nemeth is set to join Olympiakos next week, after the Greek giants agreed a €1.5m fee with Liverpool for the young striker’s services. The...

Alberto Aquilani and Dirk Kuyt set for Liverpool exits as Roy Hodgson looks to...

Roy Hodgson’s reshaping of his new Liverpool squad is gathering pace, with news that midfielder Alberto Aquilani is on the verge of completing a...

Football Superstars Review

“Sign up now for the biggest multiplayer, PvP football game ever. Go head-to-head with players and teams from around the world, competing in friendly...

11Kicks Fantasy Football Review

It had to happen eventually. The conversion of football from a joyful sporting pursuit into a sprawling global business had to have side effects. They are visible everywhere; from shirt sponsorships to endorsements, from stadium names to media coverage. And now, it seems, the world of fantasy football has decided it is time to get with the times.

Fantasy Football: Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea to clean up this week

Another week, another manager under-fire. This week it is Arsene Wenger’s turn to assume what has recently become known as “The Rafa Benitez” position...

Fantasy Football: Manchester United and Manchester City to clean up this weekend

Crisis. That’s what the papers are saying. A team in crisis, a manager who is losing the plot. No, I’m not talking about Liverpool...

Fantasy Football: Injuries to Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United forcing changes

So the last international break of the noughties has been and gone, we know who will be lining up in South Africa next summer,...

Fantasy Football: Its all about Arsenal and Manchester City this week

Eight red cards, thirty two goals and more talking points than a Peter Andre exclusive, Gameweek 11 had everything. Even by the implausibly high...

Fantasy Football: Pick Manchester United and Aston Villa players this week

It was a momentous week in the Premier League, as we saw Arsenal give further ammunition to those who claim they have a soft...