‘Never Judge a Photo by its Filter:’ An Apology to Instagram

When I joined Instagram there were 3 things I vowed not to do: 1)take selfies/type #selfie 2)faff around using filters to make things look ridiculously better than they are in reality 3) #hashtag #every #photo I didn’t understand the need for Instagram originally. I didn’t see the purpose, I didn’t see why I would want […]

In Defence of Phil

  Phil Neville made his full co-commentary debut on Saturday night, heard by the millions of people that stayed up to watch England kick off  their World Cup 2014 campaign, and it appears that not everybody was impressed. And by ‘not everybody’ I mean barely anybody. As anyone who follows my Twitter page will know I am […]

Albion Head Coach Questionnaire

An official document from the Football Department A) Describe your last job role: I was an assistant manager I helped to transform a top 4 team into a mid-table side I was sacked after leading my club to a season of disappointment B) It is the transfer window and you need to consider new signings, what […]

A Week Of Emotions From An Albion Fan

Thursday 22/08/2013 WE ARE DOOMED! Sky report that Anelka ‘walks out’ of training and wants to retire, only a few weeks after signing for the club. Thousands of Albion fans sit at home crying into their receipts  showing expenditure on a new Albion shirt with ‘Anelka 39′ printed on the back.  The first game was […]

Talking to myself: Twitter tips

Yes it’s time for myself to show an interview conducted by my favourite interviewer (me), where I interview one of my favourite people (me). If people are confused by this concept, I have done this before so just bear with me. Whilst scouring bookshops to pass time, I’ve noticed that one type of guide that […]

Talking to myself- Jobs

Before I start I just want to point out I am interviewing myself. An odd concept I know, but I wanted to try it. If you haven’t started reading it it is not too late to back out. If you have, please stick with it. It becomes less confusing (I hope!) as it goes on. […]