Billy Taylor

Trent TV Station Manager and freelancer

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm a 21-year-old student journalist currently studying at Nottingham Trent University, the current Station Manager of the award-winning Trent TV (Student Television Station), a presenter on Fly FM and general man of video editing, sports' writing and futsal.

I have previously written for the FA, the Recorder Newspaper and The Football Pink magazine and have had videos and pictures published on the BBC and several nationwide newspapers.




Ilford Recorder
Five-star Dereham down Redbridge

Archant Ryman North: Redbridge 0 Dereham 5 Action from Redbridge's clash with Dereham (pic: Billy Taylor) Redbridge succumbed to their sixth defeat in a row in all competitions with a heavy loss against Norfolk's Dereham Town at Oakside.

Excitement Builds Ahead of Super League Kick-Off

The start of a new FA National Futsal Super League season brings new changes as the FA aim to improve the professionalism and competitive nature of Futsal in England. The North, Midlands and South Divisions have now been replaced with two Super League groups for the North and South.

Capitalist football and the start of a revolution

Viva la revolution!...cries BILLY TAYLOR. Are the wheels in motion that would see the end of ridiculous wealth dictating success? It was not so long ago that football used to be dominated by a niche group of elite clubs. Week in, week out, I used to watch Final Score so that I could witness the...

Dagenham and Redbridge FC
Dagenham and Redbridge vs Charlton Athletic Match Report

An own goal from Matt Partridge and a well hit free-kick by Tareiq Holmes-Dennis was enough to do the damage. The game started with Charlton in the ascendancy with Tony Watt looking like the main threat to Mark Cousins' goal. But it was the Daggers who had the best opportunity of the match in 14th minute.

Last minute Loughborough earn first victory in thriller

Loughborough 4-3 Sheffield Super League North 20th September 2015 Loughborough captain Connor Woodworth secured a dramatic first win of the season for Loughborough when his shot flew past Sheffield goalkeeper Marcin Piotrowicz with just 1.2 seconds left on the clock.

The Pig Bladder Project
1930 World Cup Modernised: The Tactics of the Finalists in Uruguay

Without trying to sound as patronising as possible towards you, the reader, football was a lot different 84 years ago. Fitness and safety conditions were not seen as paramount concerns and the structure of your average team differed substantially to the tactically precise vision of the modern beautiful game.


Romford Recorder
Super Beadle serves up double gold at Special Olympics

Archant Upminster local continues to shine on the world stage Upminster youngster Olly Beadle has returned from The Special Olympic World Games 2015 in Los Angeles victorious after winning both the Level 5+ Men's Singles Gold and the Level 5 Mixed Doubles Gold with partner Laura Campbell.

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