Championship Talk Joins Football Media

football media Championship Talk Joins Football Media
We’re proud to announce that Championship Talk and our sister sites have joined Football Media, a network of leading football websites from around the world covering the beautiful game.

Fellow sites within Football Media include Soccerlens, Footy 24/7, Anfield Red, FCB News, The Republik of Mancunia and several other sites.

Some of the goals behind Football Media is to share best practices among soccer bloggers about how to create better sites, generate advertising revenue and to answer technical questions.


4 thoughts on “Championship Talk Joins Football Media”

  1. The (admittedly atrocious and long) civil war in Sierra Leone ended more than five years ago. There have been two democratic elections in that time, with one party recently handing over power peacefully to another. Yes, the country is hardly paradise and many basic services are lacking. But if Bangura's asylum application was based on Sierra Leone being a dangerous country, it was right to be rejected. Remember, it wasn't an application for a regular work permit… which presumably he can still seek. Sierra Leone is a poor country but it's no longer dangerous.

  2. The (admittedly atrocious and long) civil war in Sierra Leone ended more than five years ago. There have been two democratic elections in that time, with one party recently handing over power peacefully to another. Yes, the country is hardly paradise and many basic services are lacking. But if Bangura’s asylum application was based on Sierra Leone being a dangerous country, it was right to be rejected. Remember, it wasn’t an application for a regular work permit… which presumably he can still seek. Sierra Leone is a poor country but it’s no longer dangerous.

  3. Paul Sturrock himself has quit in mid-season three separate times but doesn't get the weekly 'hair dryer treatment' from Brian. Sturrock quit Dundee United in mid-season to take charge (the first time) at Plymouth. And then he subsequently quit Plymouth in mid-season for his brief spell at Southampton. And of course, he quit Swindon in mid-season to take the Plymouth job a second time… an act which Brian never mentions in his anti-Holloway/Leicester rants. You have a great show and I love a good rant once in a while but please try to be a little more even handed, Brian. Until that happens, I'm only sending emails to Georgie so she can kick your butt in the contest!

  4. Paul Sturrock himself has quit in mid-season three separate times but doesn’t get the weekly ‘hair dryer treatment’ from Brian. Sturrock quit Dundee United in mid-season to take charge (the first time) at Plymouth. And then he subsequently quit Plymouth in mid-season for his brief spell at Southampton. And of course, he quit Swindon in mid-season to take the Plymouth job a second time… an act which Brian never mentions in his anti-Holloway/Leicester rants. You have a great show and I love a good rant once in a while but please try to be a little more even handed, Brian. Until that happens, I’m only sending emails to Georgie so she can kick your butt in the contest!

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