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Become a Guest Contributor for OldTrafford.com

OldTrafford.com has been created as a platform for bloggers to voice their opinions on the beautiful game.

We are always looking for smart, passionate writers to share their interesting articles and showcase their journalistic talents to a wider audience.

If you have a passion for football or would just like the opportunity to share your opinion of the beautiful game, then OldTrafford.com has a place for you. Share your ideas, opinions and knowledge while growing your portfolio of written articles.

The following are a few ideas of interesting topics we love to shout about at OldTrafford.com:

  • Reports from the Inside: Were you at a game? Was there any controversy? Send us your report for publishing
  • Why football matters to me
  • Player profiles
  • Breaking news
  • An unforgettable match or even a forgettable match!
  • Player of the year and why
  • Transfer rumours, facts and opinions
  • Do the managers really know better?
  • Win, lose or draw
  • Good ole fashioned footy gossip!

Join our Virtual Stadium of Views. Share your dreams, opinions and thoughts to our growing circle of readers. There is currently no financial compensation for writers as yet, but as the site grows, we hope that will change in the near future.

Old Trafford Stadium History
We are especially passionate about Old Trafford and its heritage. Take a step back in time and send us your nostalgic memories of glory days from seasons past. We always welcome guest writers who want to share their thoughts and memories about a past event, experience or performance that took place in the magnificent stadium.

Ready to Get Started?
Send an email to admin@oldtrafford.com or use the contact form here to tell us about yourself, your team and your passion for the beautiful game.

No hassles, just writing and full credit to you. We take care of all the rest.

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