Back Page Football joins forces with Football Collective

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Established in Berlin, Germany, but with its partner blogs located around the world, Football Collective is a blog aggregator with the potential to bring Back Page Football’s diverse content to a whole new audience.

Valuing quality over quantity, Football Collective’s focus is not breaking news but breaking through the barriers that bloggers may face, while preserving their long established identities.

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As well as its impressive collection of blogs, Football Collective also boasts an excellent team of knowledgeable contributors, including Adam Digby, Andy Brassell, Jack Lang and Ed Malyon.

By joining Football Collective, Back Page Football will also be able to generate some much needed revenue towards the site maintenance and hosting costs that have in the past been covered by the editorial team.

Back Page Football was established in 2009 and since then has been providing a platform for upcoming bloggers and journalists to showcase their talents.

You can follow both Back Page Football and Football Collective on Twitter.

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