Recommended Blogs

Girl on a Terrace - Lower league football blog from the view of a female football fan (Sarah).

Sarah, the 'Girl on a Terrace', writes about a variety of things, from her beloved Rochdale to an article about the late Ernie Cooksey, or even an interview with lower league footballer Neil Wainwright. The blog is always a brilliant read and it's regularly updated. You can follow her on twitter at @GirlOnATerrace

Shirt off 4 Wolves

This blog isn't just good to read for the hell of it, it has a purpose too. Reece, a die-hard Wolves fan, came up with the bizarre idea of taking his shirt off for every Wolves game. It started off as a bit of fun, but then he decided to do it to raise money for, which is a charity set up by the mother of 5 year old Jack Marshall who has a brain tumour. You can follow Reece on twitter at @ReeceWolvesSO4W and you can also see tweets from the mother of Jack Marshall at @Jack_Marshall_

The one way Lift

Andy, an Aston Villa fan from Solihull, has a blog that covers a number of things, including football of course. He touches on other issues in the world such as the disadvantages of having children and how Formula 1 is getting rather dull. He's currently doing 'Interview 92', where he is attempting to interview a fan of each of the teams in the football league. If you think you can help him out, give him a tweet at @Der_Wanderfalke

Its round and its white

IRAIW is a football website that is ran by Wolves fan Graham Large. Graham is always looking for football fans to contribute to the site, with articles and other features. If you're an aspiring journalist or you just have a bit of spare time, why not write something for the website? Listen out for me on the regular podcast too, where I feature on occasions. You can follow Graham's personal account at @graham_large and the website's account at @RoundAndWhite

Half-time Oranges 'takes a refreshing bite out of football news' and is a humuorous yet informative blog written by Andrew Steel, who makes the everyday football news more lighthearted then it originally was. You can follow the twitter account for the blog so that you're aware of new blog posts at @Ht_o. You can also follow Andy's personal account at @AndrewSteel88