This is a social video sort the sport desk that I pitched and realised while at the Manchester Evening News.
After twenty matches the Premier League has four teams on top: Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City. All of them have foreign managers who are young, bright and ready to chase the title. Antonio Conte, Jurgen Klopp, Mauricio Pochettino and Pep Guardiola are all highly skilled contenders. But looking at the data of the previous […]
During work experience at the Press Association I interviewed Anthony Joshua and Vladimir Klitschko at a press conference ahead of April match. The package was made with a PA’s producer. This is a video of me interviewing Klitschko, made by another publication:
Joe Hart suffered a shocking injury as Torino faced AC Milan in the Italian Cup. And the sight of the blood-covered goalkeeper left the opponent who inflicted it in anguish as he called for assistance. The 29-year-old, on loan from Manchester City, refused to leave the pitch after being bandaged up following the clash with […]
In this week’s Data Day, Luke Barratt is joined by Matteo Moschella to discuss the use of data in sport journalism. Data is omnipresent in the reporting of sport, particularly recently. The closing of the Barclays Premier League January transfer window has prompted a glut of visualisations on the month’s top stories. Most of the […]
Jose Mourinho has a great opportunity to change his record against Jurgen Klopp for the better against Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday. The Manchester United manager has met the Liverpool manager six times in his career but only managed one victory, a 2-0 win in 2013 in Real Madrid’s return leg of the Champions […]