Michael Cooper

Freelance Sports Writer

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm an aspiring freelance sports writer with a passion for cricket. I have recently been published in All Out Cricket magazine, the UK's biggest cricket magazine.

Currently studying Freelance and Sports Writing at the London School of Journalism.

Portfolio
All Out Cricket | Cricket News, Interviews And Features
02/06/2017
Daniel Vettori: The Understimated Allrounder

Twenty years on from Daniel Vettori's Test debut, Michael Cooper argues the Kiwi allrounder has never received the recognition his achievements deserve. When debating the game's greatest allrounders, a few names are invariably mentioned. For the older generation, Sobers stands alone.

All Out Cricket | Cricket News, Interviews And Features
11/01/2016
How To Set Up Your Own Cricket Team

Thinking of being daring this summer...? Michael Cooper and his mates gave it a go, and they're loving every second. The idea to set up our own cricket team was born via a combination of alcohol and mild sunstroke (the same combination that inspired Flintoff to hop on that pedalo...)

The Full Toss Cricket Blog
03/27/2017
Is It Time To Give Ireland Test Status?

With the 4th test between India and Australia still in progress, and the Middlesex versus the MCC game just a day old, we've got a little more time to discuss off-field issues. Today we'd like to put Irish cricket under the microscope again.

CRICKETher
02/09/2017
OPINION: KSL On TV: A Double-Edged Sword?

Michael Cooper reflects on the pros and cons of Sky Sports' impending coverage of the second Kia Super League in August. On 1st February Sky Sports announced that they would be showing live coverage of the first six games of the second KSL season, as well as Finals Day: the first time that women's domestic...

All Out Cricket | Cricket News, Interviews And Features
01/26/2017
Next Man In: Alzarri Joseph

Pace like fire. A West Indies quick whose name you'll be wanting to bring up in pub chats to sound knowledgeable. Michael Cooper tells us more. AGE: 20 TEAMS: West Indies, Leeward Islands, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots ROLE: Right-arm fast bowler WHO THE HELL?

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