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17-years old, looking to become a soccer journalist or soccer scout one day. Love Polish and European football. Follow me on twitter @ adamkut92
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Amit Singh is the editor of www.thinkfootball.co.uk and contributes for Just Football mainly on the Premier League and anything stats related.
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Born in England, Lives abroad. Full time footballing polygamist (but if you pushed me to name my top five favorite teams it would go as follows: Cambridge United, Bury Town, Hibernian, Nairobi City Stars, Shanghai East Asia). Find me at twitter @shouldersgalore
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A sub-editor and frequent contributor for this fine institution. An American living in Vietnam who learned to love the beautiful game somewhere in between - with a particular interest in statistics and tactics.
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Blair Newman is a freelance sports writer focusing on football and boxing. As well as on here, his work has been featured on The Guardian, World Soccer and others. Follow him on Twitter @TheBlairNewman, or email him at email@example.com.
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Dave is a Sub-Editor at Just Football and a freelance writer. He has written for State of the Game, In Bed With Maradona, The False 9, WhatCulture and Movie Pilot, among others.
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A freelance football journalist from Leicester who, since graduating from the British College of Journalism, has had work published in the Leicester Mercury and Soar Magazine as well as a variety of websites. Big Leicester City fan and can be found on Twitter @DavidJCockcroft
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Just Football's Italian football correspondent. David can also be found at footballitaliano.co.uk, and on Twitter - @DavidLSwan
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A Chelsea fan with a soft spot for Michael Essien and the joyous hustlers everywhere who always play the beautiful game with a smile on their face.
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As well as writing for Just Football, Greg also contributes to various other football blogs. A long suffering Spurs fan and self-proclaimed 'pessimistic optimist', you can read his weekly blog, Dispatches From A Football Sofa at http://dispatchesfromafootballsofa.com/
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Hector the Honduran
My name is Hector. I'm only 17 yrs old. I still attend Highschool. I also have written blogs for plenty of sites. theoffside.com and onegameonworld.wordpress.com most notably. I'm also open to doing more articles on websites so if you have any questions or articles filled, don't be scared to email me or message me :)
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Jake Meador is a writer from Lincoln, NE and fanatical supporter of Tottenham Hotspur. When he's not watching or writing about soccer, he likes to read, smoke his pipe, and cook. He is the creator of The Inside Channel and also writes for Think Football and Africa Football Shop. Find him on Twitter at @jake_meador.
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I am an FA Level 1 coach and a Level 7 Referee. I wrote about Paraguay during the 2010 World Cup and hope to write about a variety of topics during the next season.
Follow me on Twitter @JoeTheRef
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Jonny Dubs has been to nearly 800 games across the globe since 1988. He has been a Charlton Athletic Season Ticket holder since 2000 and has been to 71 out of the 92 current professional football stadiums in England. His most memorable footballing moments have been attending the turbulent 1998 Playoff Final where he won his first bet on Clive Mendonca to score first against Sunderland coupled with being at the Camp Nou on the 1st May 2005 to see Messi's maiden goal for FC Barcelona against Albacete.
Jonny's first and foremost footballing passion is fan culture worldwide. He also takes a keen interest in grass roots football, world renowned academies, the stars of the future and football in Scandinavia.
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The boss of this here. Creator and Editor of Just-Football.com. Spent two years as a staff writer at FourFourTwo magazine and have interviewed some of the most famous players on the planet. Have also written for / appeared on BBC World Service, Radio 5 Live, ITV, When Saturday Comes and others. World football analyst, writer, coach, scout and all-round enthusiast. Find me @JustFootball / @JFfutbol on Twitter.
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Manuel is a PhD candidate at the University of London King’s College, his topic is called: “Selling the People’s Game: Football’s transition from Communism to Capitalism in the Soviet Union and its Successor States”. He is also the chief contributor to Futbolgrad.com, a football website that covers all the post-Soviet states. You can follow Manuel on twitter @homosovieticus.
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