Introduction to the blog...

Hi, my name's Toby Wildgoose. I'm a 19 year old boy who's obsessed by sport, so much so that I am looking to become a sports journalist/media officer in later life.

I've set up this blog not only so that I can improve and refine my writing skills, but also to provide a platform for potential employers to view my work.

I have already developed a small portfolio of my work, with my experience in the industry including: written match reports for junior football teams, published work at numerous EFL clubs in a variety of formats, and work experience placements at Chesterfield FC and Rotherham United Community Sports Trust - to see my full portfolio click here: http://goo.gl/VWws3H.

I hope to post as often as possible on this blog about anything that is sport related. Please find the time to read any of my posts.

Any comments or suggestions on how I can improve the blog would be greatly appreciated, and I would also be happy to receive any other suggestions for work experience. Please comment on here, email me (tobywildgoose@gmail.com), or even tweet me (@TobyWildgoose). Thanks!

Start Date: 11/12/12

Sunday, 24 February 2013

Daily Question #27- 24/02/13

First of all, I would like to thank you for your patience with regard to the regularity of updates to the blog - it's been much appreciated! I now have the spare time to be able to post daily updates to the blog. Therefore, I have decided to restart my 'Daily Question' whereby I post a question everyday for you to answer!

Today's Question: Can you tell me the only player to have scored a hat-trick in every professional division of English football? (Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two)

Clue: His nationality is Welsh!

I can also confirm that the answer to my last Daily Question was indeed Wembley Stadium! Unfortunately, nobody answered the question correctly.

4 comments :

  1. Rob earnshaw must be

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  2. Robert Earnshaw, scored hat-tricks for West Brom in the Premier League and Cardiff City in the Championship, League One and League Two

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