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Joel Sanderson-Murray

Journalist | Writer | Podcaster

Location icon United Kingdom

Journalist & Writer skilled in Sports Writing, News writing and Copywriting. Experience in appearing on, hosting and producing podcasts.

Strong Media, Communication and Writing background after completing an MA in Sports Journalism and BA in English and Film Studies.

Below are examples of my work. For any enquiries please contact [email protected]

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joelsmurray/

Fan Ownership: The Way To Go For Financially Stricken Clubs?

The sorry state we have witnessed Bury Football Club fall into in recent times resulting in the withdrawal of their Football League membership is a scenario that haunts the nightmares of every football supporter. But just as the most pioneering dreams can become a reality; the lucid effects of despair can sometimes appear before our very eyes.

Anfield: Love, Anger & Miracles

An escape from reality, a vehicle to make your reality a bit better, even if only for a short while. And sometimes football can just about ruin your whole weekend. Football exists to evoke emotion. Perhaps it's a little worrying how much emotion football can bring out of us sometimes but let's have that discussion another time.

The Anfield Wrap
Why Liverpool Shouldn't Recouple With Philippe Coutinho

A lot of us have been guilty of using a similar phrase to the one above to justify us continuing or restarting a relationship that has long lost its ability to have a positive effect on our lives. The sort of relationship that definitely had its happy times, the times it convinced you that you couldn't live without it.

Always The Bridesmaid, Now The Bride

It was abnormal. It was unconventional. It was spectacular. It was beyond your wildest dreams. And it ended with Liverpool winning a trophy. This generation could write the book on how to be the smiling in the face of adversity, self-assured, self-loving bridesmaid. Now they can write their own love story, complete with that happy ending.

By Far The Greatest Team
Peter Crouch: More than just 'good feet for a big man'

Peter Crouch wasn't in the matchday squad for Stoke City for their 1-1 draw with Leicester City at the weekend. If reports were to be believed in January he very nearly could have been lining up for Chelsea in the Nou Camp against Barcelona in the Champions League in a few weeks time.

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