Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder. Glenn has worked for the Independent newspapers since 1993, initially as cricket correspondent of the Independent on Sunday, subsequently as football correspondent of The Independent before becoming football editor in 2004.

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Patrick Bamford has enjoyed a successful season on Teesside

Patrick Bamford: Chelsea man happy for now being Middlesbrough's loan star

It’s a lot better than just sitting on Chelsea’s bench, the Championship Player of the Year tells Glenn Moore

Pep Guardiola makes a point form the touchline

Champions League draw: Pep Guardiola goes back to Barcelona in semi-finals

Bayern Munich manager is 'grateful' for the return

David Cameron, (centre) with England manager Roy Hodgson (left), has included little about football in the Conservative manifesto

Kevin Phillips rueful over Harry Kane's challenge to English goal record

Phillips the last Englishman to be Premier League top goalscorer

Karen Brady, vice-chairman of West Ham United, says they will not give up on the Olympic Stadium

West Ham tickets: Karren Brady’s generosity on season ticket prices only worth two cheers

COMMENT: West Ham have an announced a cut in ticket prices - but not just yet

Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring a second for Arsenal against Reading

Reading vs Arsenal match report: Alexis Sanchez double saves Gunners' blushes to send holders through to FA Cup final

Reading 1 Arsenal 2: Chilean striker completes his double in extra-time to book Arsenal’s Wembley return after knife-edge thriller

Manager Eddie Howe has led Bournemouth to the Championship summit six seasons after they almost dropped out of the league

Bournemouth vs Sheffield Wednesday: Cherries prepare to write new chapter in Dorset’s history

South Coast minnows on brink of reaching Premier League

Youngsters train on Maidstone’s 3G pitch

The Weekend Dossier: Plastic has proved fantastic as Maidstone make strong pitch for an artificial future

GLENN MOORE: The £350,000 pitch was a gamble but normally it’s in use from morning till night

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