For my final year university project I’m calling on all football fans to do me a massive favour and submit their favourite ever Premier League game on a website I had to create.
It literally takes 3-4 minutes – you just need to think of a game, put it on the map, select some the teams, score and season from a drop down menu and then write a few seconds on why it’s your favourite ever Premier League match!
Thank you so much for your time – to take part please click here:http://centreforjournalismprojects.co.uk/samthompson/myfavouritegame/?page_id=28
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