Since making my move onto the web in early 2005, I have had articles and opinion columns published by a variety of media organisations.
Whether it be one-off opinion pieces, weekly reporting or daily news updates, I have established an online presence in my short time online.
Admittedly, the majority of my published work has come via one source in Burnden Aces, but as it has proved a success over the years, why not brag to the world about it?
Below is a list of links and brief information of this work, or if you don't want to read all that, click the quick links down the right.
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Around the Grounds
Info: In early 2010, I was approached by Rob Phillips of Footprint Handbooks about writing a piece for a new book called 'Around the Grounds', by Chris Nelson.
I agreed to take them up on the offer and give my opinions on several aspects of Bolton Wanderers Football Club, detailing the ups and downs of life as a football fan.
The book was published, with my comments included, in August 2010 and is available for purchase by clicking here.
You may claim a 25% discount on the book by entering the word 'footie' in the coupon box at the checkout.
Info: When approached by the Daily Post in January 2010, I was asked to preview an upcoming football match between Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool.
Labelled "Speaking with the Enemy", I responded to a Q&A session and as a result, had my answers and the name of my website printed in an article which sells thousands of copies on a daily basis.
You can read my answers by clicking here.
Happy with the response I gave, they returned in August 2010, asking me to provide a short preview ahead of the new football season. Again, I happy obliged and had my comments published in the newspaper.
You can read my comments in the Bolton section by clicking here.
Info: After being approached by Maxim editor, Stuart Messham, in July 2009, I agreed to write post-match articles on behalf of Burnden Aces for a new football feature.
Published on an almost weekly basis, these reports would include a twist on the traditional match report, injecting a bit of humour and personal feelings into the article.
These articles are available on the Maxim website. Just search for 'Passions of the Prem'.
Warning: Some of the content on this website is not safe for work
Info: In May 2010, prior to the climax of the English football season, I received an enquiry to write an end of season review for Irish newspaper, Irish Examiner.
After accepting the invitation, I, along with 19 other fanzine owners, took a short break from the professional duties to share my opinions with the rest of the world.
Just like the previously mentioned Daily Post, this newspaper is sold to thousands of people each day and allowed free, widespread, publicity of Burnden Aces.