Andy is an English based writer covering football across Europe for his own personal website, Gannin’ Away, as well as a contributor to many other websites, newspapers and magazines. He is a regular visitor to Sweden and thinks Råsunda is the best place to watch football in Sweden.
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Anton is a Swedish based freelance journalist working for Eurosport, Sveriges Radio and various websites. He thinks Söderstadion is the best place to watch football in Sweden.
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Jake is an English based freelance sports journalist. An Arsenal fanatic – he follows the Gunners home and away – Jake’s other great love in the Sweden national team.
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Michael is a US-based football writer focused mostly on his hometown club Portland Timbers. He writes about the past for FC Media and about the present for his own site: Mao’s Football. Michael covered AIK’s pre-season activities in Portland during February and March, 2012.
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Canadian football fan Adrian combines a love of German football (due to his Bavarian roots) with his support of AIK and his local side, Toronto FC where he is a season ticket. Adrian can occasionally be found writing about his first love over on Bundesliga Fanatic and will be contributing to the weekly round-up section during the 2012 Allsvenskan season.
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Pierre is a Swedish based Arsenal fan and footballer who also writes for Arsenal Sweden. He plays football himself as a left sided wing back for a local team in his hometown of Orebro called Rynninge IK. He studies at John Bauer Elite Football Gymnasium.
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