About our writers

Executive Editor - Michael Owen

Michael is the founder and editor of The Anfield Opinion, running the site on a daily basis and providing match reports, news articles and comment pieces. Aside from his work on The Anfield Opinion, Michael is a Featured Football Columnist for the US edition of The International Business Times as well as the editor of The Anfield Opinion's sister site The Football Examiner.

Deputy Editor - Robert Nevitt

Robert is a fanatical Liverpool fan, husband and father of two. Being a season ticket holder at Anfield for over 25-years Robert has witnessed some of the greatest moments in the history of the club, including Istanbul, Dortmund and the Reds various trips to Cardiff. Aside from The Anfield Opinion Robert has contributed to BackPageFootball.com, TheSeventyTwo.com and HardTackle.com as well as his own personal blog.

Columnist - Lewis Cubbin

Lewis Cubbin is a graphics operator for LFC TV, as well as a member of Liverpool Football Club's official supporters' committee. Lewis has been writing for The Anfield Opinion since 2011, originally contributing match reports and analysis before moving on to writing a weekly column for the site.

Columnist - Luke Mawson 

Luke is a trainee journalists studying sports journalism at the University of Huddersfield. A lifelong Liverpool supporter, Luke attends games on a regular basis and started as a columnist for The Anfield Opinion in January of 2013.

Columnist - Max Rhodes

Max Rhodes has been a passionate Liverpool fan his whole football-following life. Based in Buckinghamshire, Max is an eighteen year-old aspiring journalist who has just finished his A-Levels in English Literature, Media Studies and Law with the hope of attending university in the near future.

Scout - Ben Hardy

Ben Hardy is the scout reporter for The Anfield Opinion, compiling reports on players linked with Liverpool during the transfer window and teams the Reds are set to face in all league and cup competitions, Ben is a 20-year-old journalism student at Teesside University with a strong passion for the beautiful game.

Columnist - Paul Gorst 

In between giving his views on LFC to The Anfield Opinion, Paul is an international football writer for Goal.com and a sports reporter for Sports Mole.co.uk. Paul has also worked for organisations such as LFC.tv, the Liverpool Echo and Mercury Press Agency.

Columnist -  Sam Drury 

Sam Drury is a life-long Liverpool fan who has arguably suffered more than most having grown up in Manchester. Sam is a twenty-two year old history student at the University of Sheffield, looking to forge a career for himself in sports journalism after graduating this summer.

Columnist - Josh Bradley 

Josh Bradley is a 20 year old freelance sports journalist who is currently in his second year at University. He has had work published across an array of both online and newspaper publications including the St Helens Star. He is a big Liverpool fan, and has a passion for all things football.

Columnist - Joseph Mainland 

Joe is a columnist for The Anfield Opinion as well as a Sports journalist, Assistant Sports Producer and life long Liverpool who's currently based in the Big Smoke. Joe will be offering regular comment and analysis on the Reds in his role with the site. 

Columnist - Chris Anderson

At age six, Chris saw first hand the 9-0 demolition of Crystal Palace by John Barnes and co. That cemented his heart in Liverpool and he's followed the team around the world since. With the tattoo's to prove it, you wouldn't want to be sat next to him during a poor performance, but he'd buy you a cold pint to apologise after.

Columnist - Martin Kelly

Unfortunately this Martin Kelly is not the one plying his trade in front of the Kop, fortunately however he isn’t off injured half as much. Since graduating from Lancaster University he has written articles for various blogs and websites. There is nothing he likes to discuss more than Liverpool FC.

Columnist - Peter Simpson 

Peter is a journalist and lifelong Liverpool fan who, after many years, has finally accepted that Dani Pacheco will never be a first team regular. A contributor to various magazines and websites, he hopes to provide some sensible comment with a bit of humour thrown in. Football should be fun. 

Contact

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