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Neal Collins (pictured above at Soccer City, venue for the World Cup final on July 11) is a sports journalist who is currently promoting his first novel, A GAME APART, detailing the truth behind the 2010 World Cup. He lived in South Africa from 1970-1985 before returning to Britain where he worked on the Today newspaper. He was assistant sports editor on the Sunday Mirror for 10 years before doing the same job on the Daily Mail. He then moved to the Sunday People, Daily Mirror and the Evening Standard before being made sports editor of Associated's free evening paper, the London Lite. He also makes regular appearances on Sky News, BBC Radio 5 and SABC's Metro FM radio in South Africa.
Hi, please have a look on the latest round table I made
Hope you will enjoy it.
Hey Neal, I saw in your profile you wrote a book on the 2010 world cup. Can you give me a brief overview on the content? I don't suppose it's available here in the states, is it?
I actually can't find it, I think you may have to be a certain level of contributor to do them, which is a shame.
I've just been looking at your live commentary of the Champions League matches, how do you set the commentary up so it updates automatically?
Let me know what you think, I am writing these pieces for Middlesbrough fanzine
The latest gossip to quell your World Cup void
Thought you may like article on Bob Bradley
hey, you're doing pretty well in the Top Writers rankings.
Would be nice to know your thought on that:
I'm sorry that some of your article haven't received the prominence that they deserve, but I, personally, am not responsible for where they are posted. I would help you if I could, but there is nothing that I am able to do. Sorry that I can't be of any help,
Some of them might not be getting enough time in the front page and World Cup page rotation for my liking, but remember your efforts are not going unappreciated on this less football-crazy side of the Atlantic.
Cheers, Neal, and keep it coming.