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Well Red magazine

Well Red magazine is a bi-monthly 64-page magazine that "tackles matters on and off the pitch at Liverpool F.C.".[1] It was launched in April 2010.

Each issue of Well Red includes contributions from readers and leading football journalists and authors.

Contributors so far have included Dion Fanning (Irish Sunday Independent), Tony Barrett (The Times), Rory Smith (The Telegraph), Tony Evans (The Times), Dave Kirby (playwright, writer and poet), Paul Tomkins (author of eight Liverpool books), Jamie Casey (Sky Sports) and Tony Teasdale (Arena, Esquire).

The magazine has been referenced by mainstream media sources including The Mirror[2] and BBC Sport.[3]

References

  1. ^ How Do February 26, 2010, "Source 1"
  2. ^ Liverpool fans are finally taking their club back — and RBS could be next on the hitlist 21.09.10, "Source 2"
  3. ^ Liverpool fans take fight online 29.09.10, "Source 3"

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