Cabaye and Wonga: I need your views for metro.co.uk
Posted on August 30th, 2013 | 65 Comments |
As some of you already know, I am currently the Newcastle United blogger for metro.co.uk, the website for the free newspaper distributed in London and several other major cities throughout the UK.
This time, I want to prepare two pieces for my Metro blog with your views. The first will be to reflect the views of my fellow Newcastle United fans on the current Yohan Cabaye transfer situation, and the second will be on Wonga’s sponsorship of Newcastle United now that the season has started. You can express your views on both topics or just one if you prefer but please read the note on word limits below if you want to contribute.
Like the previous one, they won’t be an epic pieces overall as they word limited, so it would be great if you could keep your entries to around 50 words for each topic, or 60 if you really must! To give you an idea, the paragraph after this one is 65 words, so something just a little shorter than that would be fine. If you don’t have Microsoft Word or something similar with a word counter and can’t be bothered to count the words one by one, you can find a very good online word counter here.
You can just submit your thoughts via the comments below if you want to, or alternatively, send them in by e.mail using our contact form. If you could put the name you would like to be known as in the piece before your thoughts, whether it’s your real name or a nickname, that would be great. Also, no swearing and nothing libellous please.
Finally, it would be great if you could get your views in by around 10 pm this evening.
Although this is for the website, sometimes my work is used in the newspaper itself, which has a circulation of over 1.3 million!
Finally, before I sign off, I would just like to thank Joe Sharpe, Toon Tony, GS, Pete Toon, Steve P, Joe Hawkins, Tunyc, Sampdiago and last but not least, Dokky for your excellent contributions to the last piece which was published.
Many thanks in anticipation, WT.