Blog | Soccerlens Awards - Part 5


The Tomkins Times Interview

The Tomkins Times was nominated for the Best Club Fansite award. We asked them to talk about the awards, how 2010 had turned out for The Dirty Tackle, future plans and of course, who they would vote for in the awards. Here’s the interview: 1) You’ve been nominated for Best Club Fansite, chosen by both…

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Dirty Tackle Interview

Dirty Tackle was nominated for the Best Football Website and Most Entertaining Football Website awards, while Dirty Tackle author Brooks Peck was nominated for the Best Football Blogger award. We asked Brooks to talk about the awards, how 2010 had turned out for Dirty Tackle, future plans and of course, who he would vote for…

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The Best Of 2010

The 2010 Soccerlens Awards are now open for voting! Get in and vote for your favourite sites and writers NOW! From nearly a thousand nominations, we have shortlisted 86 candidates across 10 different award categories. Several past winners and runners up feature again this year, a testament to their consistency and commitment to excellence. We…

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Update: nominations are now closed

Just a quick update on nominations / shortlists – we extended the nominations deadline by another week, and it closed last night on Sunday. We’ll be putting up the shortlists later today on the awards pages and will also announce the start of voting here on the blog. To compensate for the extra week, voting…

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Castrol Football Rankings

The Castrol Rankings answer a fundamental footballing question – who is the best footballer of the last 12 months? The Rankings uses the objective measures of statistics to provide this answer, and as objective analysis goes, it tends to provoke a sharp reaction amongst football fans. Everyone has their favourites, people are quick to judge…

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Soccerlens Awards 2010

The 2010 Soccerlens Awards are now open for business! If you’re new here, you might be wondering – what the hell are the ‘Soccerlens Awards’ and why should I care? Simply put, the Soccerlens Awards – or the SLAs – are the most prestigious awards any football website or football writer on the Internet can…

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The 2010 Soccerlens Awards

The Soccerlens Awards are all about celebrating the very best in football from around the web from those breaking the news to those making it. A year is a long time for the web and so we make sure we spend time fine tuning the SLAs to reflect the changes and trends we see out…

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Soccerlens nominated for EPL Awards

Soccerlens turned four yesterday and what came to us as a birthday present was the nomination of the site in five categories for the 2009/2010 EPL Awards. The categories are: Best EPL Blog Best EPL Blogger Best EPL Podcast Best EPL Podcast Presenter (Adrian Clarke) Best EPL Podcast Pundit (Iain Spragg) Voting opens today (April…

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The 2009 Soccerlens Awards

And the winners are… The Soccerlens Awards recognise the best websites and the best writers in football.. After the great success of the 2007 and 2008 editions, SL readers and editors gathered again to choose among 17 different awards categories and crown the best out of over sixty quality football sites and writers. Yes people,…

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Football bloggers pick the best websites of 2009

During the 2009 Soccerlens Awards, we asked the nominees who they thought deserved to win the awards in their categories. The nominees weren’t limited to the shortlist, nor were they limited to their own categories. Let’s take a look at who they picked: Joshua Burt, The Spoiler Best Football Babes Site Much as it adds…

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