more than just words
Between February 2017 and November 2019, I volunteered as the Programme Editor for Prescot Cables Football Club, revitalising this traditional part of the matchday experience
In addition to writing much of the copy in each issue, I managed a team of outstanding contributors.
The Walloper was a full-colour, high quality publication supported by superb photography
During my time as Editor, the Cables programme set new standards in their division.
Topical and readable
The programmes looked beyond the club and included features from around the world of football.
Up to the minute statistics
Our programme was renowned for having accurate and detailed statistical analysis.
With up to 56 pages per issue, the programmes were packed with content at a fantastic price.
I don’t just work on Programmes…
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