Today is the last day to vote for the Best EPL Blog (qualification round). Since there are so many good Premier League-related blogs to choose from, we decided to have a qualification round for many. Out of these, the top three winners (the polls close at midnight tonight) will enter the final round of voting next week for the Best EPL Blog.
This is the third year that the EPL Awards, hosted and organized by EPL Talk, will be taking place. It’s one of the few award competitions that allows you, the supporters to choose the winners. Plus it’s conveniently held at the end of the season so it’s a true representation of the best of the best from a Premier League season.
All of the categories for the EPL Awards will open next week (categories such as best online newspaper coverage of the EPL, best commentator, best iPhone app, best Twitterer as well as a few new categories). But the qualification round for the Best EPL Blog of 2010-11 begins now and runs through Friday, April 29, 2011 at midnight ET.
The 18 blogs nominated in the qualification round include many remarkable sites including Dispatches From a Football Sofa, Left Back In The Changing Room, The Best Eleven, The Andersred Blog, World Soccer Reader, Ginge Talks The Footy, Three And In, Soccer Report Extra, Three Match Ban, The Political Economy of Football, Unprofessional Foul, Post Match Pint, Bagsy Not In, In The Stands, Soccer By The Numbers, Surreal Football, Beat The First Man, and A Football Report.
To go ahead and vote, visit the Best EPL Blog of 2010-11 voting page.
Also, importantly, I’d like to ask for your nominations for the other categories in case we missed any. Feel free to post your recommendations below in the comments section for the follow categories:
- Best EPL Podcast,
- Best EPL Club Podcast,
- Best EPL Podcast Presenter,
- Best EPL Podcast Pundit,
- Best EPL Video Site,
- Best EPL iPhone App,
- Best EPL Twitterer,
- Best EPL Club Forum,
- Funniest Football Site, and
- Best Online Football Game.
Thanks in advance for your suggested nominees!
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