Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were knocked out of the World Cup today, much to the dismay of some, but to the glee of many. Fans and critics turned to Twitter after the game either to vent their frustrations or ridicule the rivals, and within seconds, both players were trending. The Messi
Sports Gazette asked the founder and CEO of Europe’s leading digital sports agency, Seven League, to reveal the secrets behind running a successful football club account. Using a personal Twitter account is fairly simple: you follow people, and sometimes they follow back. You tweet, retweet, like and comment on matters that
The Asian Football List recognises individuals across five different categories for their contribution in the football industry. Sports Gazette spoke to three of the winners about their experiences as a minority and why representation matters. When Sonia Randev decided to organise the event, she only had one mission in mind:
Before Richard Lenton started teaching on the International Sports Journalism course at St Mary's University, he worked in Singapore and presented live football on Eleven Sports Network. Today, the award-winning sports journalist was the guest editor at Sports Gazette, taking charge of the weekly editorial meeting and giving feedback on story pitches.
The St. Mary’s Scorpions were crowned National University Champions after their impressive performance in last year’s ICC [International Cheer Coalition] competition. Sports Gazette joined the cheerleaders ahead of next month’s Nationals to discuss stereotypes, routines and plans to retain the title. Pom-poms, tiny outfits and catchy chants – the stereotypes