Will Evans

Football Journalist

United Kingdom

Head of Editorial at Twenty3, creating written sports content for a whole host of clients.

Check out some examples of my work below.

Contact me on Twitter at @willgevans1

Football Whispers
Kai McKenzie-Lyle: Liverpool's Guyanese goalscoring goalkeeper

It's not too often that you come across a footballer who has more international caps than professional league appearances. But goalkeeper Kai McKenzie-Lyle is a player taking an unconventional route to the top. Whether it's scoring on his national team debut or treading the unfamiliar path from Barnet to Anfield, the Liverpool youngster's fledgling career has certainly had more twists and turns than your average academy graduate.

Football Whispers
Jamal Campbell-Ryce on doing the 'Essex double'

Winning promotion is something of a rarity in most players' careers. While some footballers rise through the divisions on a handful of occasions during their playing days, plenty never get promoted in all their years as a professional.

Football Whispers
Favela parties and Facebook superstars: Corinthian-Casuals in Brazil

To say that the story of Corinthian-Casuals is one of the great untold tales of English football is something of an understatement. This is a team who (among a staggering list of accolades and achievements) once provided every player in the England side, beat Manchester United by a record 11-3 scoreline, inspired Real Madrid to wear white and played a huge part in the formation of one of South America’s biggest sides – all while remaining strictly amateur.

Torquay's Samba Shot Stopper: Meet Lucas Covolan

The journey from Curitiba to the coastal town of Torquay certainly isn't one of football's more well-trodden paths, but then very little about Lucas Covolan's career could be considered conventional. Torquay United's globetrotting goalkeeper has taken the scenic route to the English Riviera - playing for teams as varied as South American giants Vasco de...

Conference Call
Podcast: Conference Call - Scott Loach and Peter Griffin interviews

It's a time of highs and lows for Vanarama National League clubs - even if there isn't actually any football being played. Teams in the playoff mix may face the prospect of a return to action to decide the league's second promotion place, while possible relegation is on the cards for the division's lowest ranked sides.

The Championship promotion race: What the numbers say

The Championship has given us some fantastic promotion battles over the past few years, from Fulham and Cardiff City's race for second spot two seasons ago, to the top of the table tussle between Norwich City, Sheffield United and Leeds United in 2018/19. But this season's fight for a spot in the Premier League was...