Best Writer – 2022 World Soccer Talk Awards
The nominees for best writer are some of the most recognizable names and faces in the soccer media.
Some count journalism as a past art. Yet, few people have the ability to tell stories and break news in the way these writers do. Writing is just that, an art. Everyone can watch a soccer game, and most can tell you what went wrong. Only some can ask the right questions to make one game or one headline into a true story.
Writers have to get into the minds of players, coaches or executives. In doing so, they provide insight into what is happening in the soccer world. Plus, journalists must understand what their readers are interested in.
That applies to those up for the award for Best Writer. These journalists ask the hard-hitting questions. In turn, readers receive a complete overview of what is happening in the soccer world.
Here are the nominees for the Best Writer in the 2022 World Soccer Talk Awards.
Best Writer 2022
- Jonathan Tannenwald (18%, 447 Votes)
- Ryan O'Hanlon (16%, 403 Votes)
- Pablo Maurer (13%, 322 Votes)
- David Ornstein (9%, 211 Votes)
- Rory Smith (7%, 181 Votes)
- Felipe Cardenas (5%, 118 Votes)
- Steven Goff (4%, 93 Votes)
- Gab Marcotti (4%, 91 Votes)
- Meg Linehan (4%, 87 Votes)
- Sam Stejskal (3%, 81 Votes)
- Grant Wahl (3%, 79 Votes)
- Sid Lowe (3%, 69 Votes)
- Jonathan Liew (3%, 63 Votes)
- Jonathan Wilson (2%, 52 Votes)
- James Horncastle (2%, 49 Votes)
- John Nicholson (2%, 38 Votes)
- Jeff Carlisle (1%, 20 Votes)
- Nicky Bandini (1%, 17 Votes)
- Charles Boehm (1%, 13 Votes)
- Tariq Panja (0%, 12 Votes)
Total Voters: 2,446
Voting closes at midnight ET on July 31, 2022.
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