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      Like it. And a good original idea. Offers the football fan something a bit different - an educated take on the big corps behind the game rather than just senseless forum based speculation.

      Kait Borsay, Former TalkSport Pundit

      As much as the next fan, I love a bit of deadline day. The intense excitement, the helicopters, the journalists outside of stadiums surrounded by an array of, shall we say, colourful personalities... of course, what I am describing is Sky Sports’ live deadline day coverage.

      On the face of it, though, I often find myself in deep thought as I watch the deadline day coverage. ‘I will not become part of this,’ my brain is telling me, reminiscing of days gone-by when you got your transfer news in the morning, the next day, in a newspaper. I will not be part of this commercial marketing, this ploy to make me sign a subscription, top-up my phone or buy a Ford Mondeo. Is deadline day solely for Sky Sports and its European counterparts, or is it for the good of the game?

      Despite my brain’s intense philosophising, I don’t switch off, I still watch it and still hit F5 to refresh my browser as if I am dependent on it for a big money pay-out down the bookies, but seriously, sometimes it’s important to remember what it is we all love – not adverts, not Sky Sports, not wives, marital affairs or perfumes... just plain old boring football!

      Two Left Feet (TLF) is the very best of Sky Sports, Four Four Two, BBC Radio 5 Live, ESPN, World Soccer, etc, stripped down from the PR hungry companies that hang over these great brands, looking for a buck out of our football enthusiasts. We have a brand new publication, designed to give you, a football fan, pure entertainment and only that.

      TLF is written, edited and designed by a plethora of talented journalists set free from the ticky box system that sits so dismissively over the journalism industry. It’s a publication that will transform the way you read a magazine, or a football book as it could be better described.

      While it is nice to occasionally get sucked into the commercial enterprise that without doubt adds another exciting element to the off-field game of football, it’s more important to remember that without the on-field game, the most important part, the off-field game wouldn’t exist.

      And for this reason, I give you... Two Left Feet...

      Simon Bourne & Scott Balaam

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      First there was Diego Maradona's, then there was Lionel Messi's... now there are Two Left Feet. It could make you laugh, it could make you smile, it could even make you angry but, for the first time in your football life, it will make you wish you always had Two Left Feet.

      Steve Jackson, Sky Sports Soccer Saturday Reporter

       

       

      Like it. And a good original idea. Offers the football fan something a bit different - an educated take on the big corps behind the game rather than just senseless forum based speculation.

      Kait Borsay, Former TalkSport Pundit

       

      I saw the title and thought "A book with my name on it!". But my footballing inadequecies aside, the concept behind the book is unique and gives a fresh insight in to a sport that racks up the column inches on a daily basis. If you want a different take on football Two Left Feet is for you.

      Lynsey Hooper, Football Reporter - BBC Final Score

       

      Something original and unique, a good read.

      Jonathan Fear, Director of VitalFootball.co.uk

       

       

      Some great articles and something with its own personality.

      Paul Norman, Customer

       

       

      I was sceptical about the concept but delighted I took the risk – some fascinating articles.

      Jon Fingley, Customer

       

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