James Lassey

Freelance Journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

An aspiring journalist currently studying for a degree in Sports Journalism at the University of Brighton. Within this particular degree, I'm hoping to achieve the NTCJ Gold Standard Diploma.

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SPORTING VIEWS/OPINIONS
11/07/2015
Arsenal can win the Premier League... and here are the 10 reasons why

WENGER PUTS A PLUG ON LEAKY DEFENCE Arsene Wenger has tightened his defence this season with the North London club having conceded the least goals in the league with eight. If this form continues it can only assist Arsenal's title hopes. FAITH IN THE YOUNG GUNS The rise of young Spaniard Hector Bellerin, 20, has...

SPORTING VIEWS/OPINIONS
12/18/2015
Can Ipswich win promotion?

Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town enter the Christmas period with back to back away wins against Fulham and MK Dons but can the Suffolk based club end the 14 year tenure away from the premier league. The tractor boys are respectively sitting in sixth place and are amongst the division's highest scorers.

SPORTING VIEWS/OPINIONS
11/13/2015
Premier League:Season Review

The international break is upon us, so what better time would there be to see who has hit the ground running within the Premier League. Table-toppers Manchester City and Arsenal are in full flow as the run for the title is well and truly on. While down at the roots of the table, Bournemouth, Sunderland...

SPORTING VIEWS/OPINIONS
10/18/2015
What's going wrong at Bolton Wanderers?

Neil Lennon's Bolton succumbed to another defeat away to Burnley which leaves the Trotters at the foot of the Championship. Whats going wrong at the Macron Stadium? Lennon has achieved one win in 11 games so far this season and only 14 wins from a possible 57.

SPORTING VIEWS/OPINIONS
10/22/2015
MATCH REPORT:ANDERLECHT 2 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1

Anderlecht 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur Gillet 13 Okaka 75 Eriksen 4 A repeat of the 1984 Uefa Cup Final sees Besnik Hasi's Anderlecht remove Tottenham from the top of Group J. Monaco's 1-0 home win against FK Qaraberg means they leap frog over Spurs. Maurico Pochettino's men couldn't maintain Anderlecht's prolific striker Stefano Okaka.

SPORTING VIEWS/OPINIONS
10/25/2015
Oscar Pistorius: What's Next for the "Blade Runner"

Oscar Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide over the shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Culpable homicide is unintentionally killing a person and not being held to account to murder or manslaughter. The double amputee Olympian Pistorius has since been released from prison after serving 10 months of his five year sentence and is...