Authors

Onlinebookmakers.co.uk was launched in its initial form in Sept  2007 with the goal of providing a different insight, commentary and news information on various sports. After various facelifts we have developed into the site you see now, which is maintained and developed by a three man team.

James Spencer: Editor & Webmaster

As Editor of onlinebookmakers.co.uk, James works on crucial behind-the-scenes elements, including marketing, sales, site layout and design, as well as offering his opinions on the latest Premier League news items. With a background in web development and sports journalism, James is the heart and soul of onlinebookmakers.co.uk

Contact him at: james.spencer@onlinebookmakers.co.uk

Tom Rooney: Deputy Editor

Tom is our featured sports writer who graduated from Cardiff University in 2006 after being heavily involved in the student press in South Wales. Thomas (or ‘Thommo’)  is mainly responsible for the content, layout, sub-editing and news stories for the site.

Contact him at: t.rooney@onlinebookmakers.co.uk

Pete South: Sub-Editor

Pete is our sub editor which means he is responsible for editing copy, making sure all articles are free of grammatical errors and are up to standard. A product of Keele University, Peter also makes sure pages are formatted correctly and fit in with the page plan for onlinebookmakers.co.uk

Contact him at: p.south@onlinebookmakers.co.uk

Sports Correspondents

The following provide valuable insight, analysis and reaction to the latest news, views and events from the sporting world.  Nicolas Berry, Justin Hill and Christopher Talbot.

 

 

 

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Warne calls for Pietersen dispute to be resolved

Tom Rooney

Australian legend Shane Warne has stated that England and Kevin Pietersen need to resolve their differences soon to get the batsman playing ...

Mourinho keen to work in England again

Tom Rooney

Jose Mourinho has hinted that he one day wants to work in the Premier League again if a club has a massive ...

Di Matteo delighted with Hazard

Tom Rooney

Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo has admitted that he was extremely happy with Eden Hazard’s performance at Wigan Athletic. The Belgian was ...

AVB speaks out on transfer targets

Tom Rooney

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has admitted that it has been very difficult for him to secure transfer targets this summer. Despite Jermaine ...

Carrick on ‘huge boost’ of Van Persie signing

Tom Rooney

Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has spoken out about the club signing Robin Van Persie. A fee between United and Arsenal was ...

Lewandowski looks like staying put

Tom Rooney

Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has insisted that he is focused on playing for the Bundesliga Champions and has no intention to ...