Live Blogs Are a Worldwide Hit; the 'One-Stop Shop' for Reds and Blues Fans Every Day

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Live Blogs Are a Worldwide Hit; the 'One-Stop Shop' for Reds and Blues Fans Every Day


THOUSANDS of Reds and Blues fans around the world are logging on to the ECHO's live football blogs.

Both Liverpool FC and Everton FC have fast-paced, dedicated blogs on the ECHO website (www.liverpoolecho.co.uk) - and both have proved a huge hit since being launched earlier this year.

Running seven days a week, they are a 'one-stop shop' for news and views from around the world on both of our Mersey giants.

They are the place to go for breaking news, live interviews, funny tweets, videos, nostalgia and much more.

While Ben "Breaky Wakey" Turner is the man behind the ECHO's live breaking news blog, the football blogs are run by Joe Rimmer.

Joe, 25, of Aigburth, said: "We are working hard to fill the blogs with everything - from the latest news from our full-time Everton and Liverpool writers and the ECHO's other leading football journalists - to pictures and funny videos.

"The more the public and the fans get involved, the better.

"I'd love people to tweet us their opinions on the stories of the day - and send me any more stories or anything of interest.

"We look to update the blogs as often as possible and make it the definitive place for all your LFC/EFC news and views. …

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