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Like several of you, I use ESPN Soccernet to get some information regarding Chelsea. It provides easy information on the current table, news, fixtures, stats, etc. If any of you aren't from the States, ESPN is by far the biggest sports news company.

For the last few months there has been a vacancy as the Chelsea Correspondent on their webpage: http://soccernet.espn.go.com/team?id=363&cc=5901

If anyone here would like to apply to be a correspondent (only us, bolton, and wigan don't have one) then click on this link and provide a writing sample. It would be a good opportunity for many fans to read your opinion.


If that link stops working you can just go here as well:


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I initially was thinking along the lines of Alan, because his match reports would essentially be a cut/paste.

Isn't he studying to become a journo? Apparently it wouldn't be a paying job, but pretty good exposure to your writing all the same. So I guess it would be something to put on your CV.

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