Rob Harris on Muck Rack

Rob Harris

Verified
UK-based
Sports Reporter — Associated Press
As seen in: Associated Press, The Guardian, The New York Times, Yahoo, Washington Post, Salon, Huffington Post, SFGate and 156 more

@AP Global Football/Sports Writer. Cover games/issues/politics of football & wider sports news. Broadcast appearances. http://facebook.com/RobHarrisReports

The Orange County Register

hosted2.ap.org — A A A After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused By ROB HARRIS , AP Global Soccer Writer (AP) - When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game. It's an attitude that gives the English Football Association little wiggle room when problems land on its own doorstep.

Liverpool reassesses further Anfield expansion after protest

fltimes.com — Liverpool owner John Henry says fan protests against ticket prices are causing the club to reassess plans to further redevelop Anfield. Henry's Fenway Sports Group apologized to fans earlier this year and reversed planned rises in ticket prices after a walkout during a game.

The Orange County Register

hosted2.ap.org — A A A After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused By ROB HARRIS , AP Global Soccer Writer (AP) - When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game. It's an attitude that gives the English Football Association little wiggle room when problems land on its own doorstep.

Liverpool reassesses further Anfield expansion after protest

bigstory.ap.org — Liverpool owner John Henry says fan protests against ticket prices are causing the club to reassess plans to further redevelop Anfield. Henry's Fenway Sports Group apologized to fans earlier this year and reversed planned rises in ticket prices after a walkout during a game.

The Orange County Register

hosted2.ap.org — A A A After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused By ROB HARRIS , AP Global Soccer Writer (AP) - When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game. It's an attitude that gives the English Football Association little wiggle room when problems land on its own doorstep.

After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused

hickoryrecord.com — MANCHESTER, England (AP) - When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game. It's an attitude that gives the English Football Association little wiggle room when problems land on its own doorstep.

Allardyce decries entrapment as England job ends in disgrace

journalreview.com — MANCHESTER, England (AP) - Sam Allardyce flew out of England on Wednesday after expressing regret over "silly" unguarded comments to undercover journalists that cost him the England manager's job. While apologizing for his indiscretions, Allardyce complained about "entrapment" by the Daily Telegraph that made his England job untenable after only 67 days and one match in charge.

After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused

heraldstandard.com — MANCHESTER, England (AP) - When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game. It's an attitude that gives the English Football Association little wiggle room when problems land on its own doorstep.

After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused

bdtonline.com — MANCHESTER, England (AP) - When lecturing FIFA on ethics, English soccer leaders look like the moral arbiters of the game. It's an attitude that gives the English Football Association little wiggle room when problems land on its own doorstep.

After scolding FIFA on ethics, English soccer stands accused

bigstory.ap.org — MANCHESTER, England (AP) - Sam Allardyce flew out of England on Wednesday after expressing regret over "silly" unguarded comments to undercover journalists that cost him the England manager's job. While apologizing for his indiscretions, Allardyce complained about "entrapment" by the Daily Telegraph that made his England job untenable after only 67 days and one match in charge.
More Articles →
Sep 30, 2016

RT @JakeFCohen: Very misleading. Makes it seem like Kroenke has injected £350m into Arsenal, whereas he actually takes money out of… https://t.co/94NTRseNk3

Sep 30, 2016

@StringerSport has he asked for skittles vodka & pre-match port too?

Sep 30, 2016

#AFC: "Sell on percentage from former youth player Benik Afobe’s transfer to Bournemouth was the main element of transfer profits of £2m"

Sep 30, 2016

Arsenal CEO Gazidis:"In the 5 seasons since Stan Kroenke became our majority shareholder we have invested some £350million in transfer fees"

Sep 30, 2016

Arsenal say cash reserves of £226.5m "will doubtless attract the usual speculation from fans and other commentators." Behind the number: https://t.co/V7MNn2tvbv

Sep 30, 2016

Arsenal's Gazidis: "Our ultimate ambition is clear: to win major trophies and make Arsenal fans at home and around the world proud"


Are You a Journalist?

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.

Create a Portfolio