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Jo Tilley
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Hello. I am a writer who is looking for creative, fun and challenging roles in entertainment, comedy or sport.
Hello. I am a writer who is looking for creative, fun and challenging roles in entertainment, comedy or sport.

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Why it's going to take a while to get over Ranieri's sacking
Hmmmm… how do I write an emotional ode to Claudio Ranieri
without seeming oblivious to the really bad things that happen in the world? I
understand that Donald Trump is apparently a bad bad man, that the UK is now racist,
that there are homeless people ever...

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A genuine Fantasy Football tip, from me to you
As published on  Tales from the Top flight blog. What a long couple of weeks eh? No real footie, pretending to care about England (again), big juicy super-moons we can’t see, and Donald Trump, who unfortunately we can see. Sigh – it has all been rather drea...

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Courting the Technological Edge
This article featured on Al Jazeera English . Tennis can often look like a simple battle. Two people stand on opposing sides armed with rackets, the winner decided by who has the physical strength, technique and mental calm to claim victory. But if you scra...

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Leicester City's triumph: Not tomorrow's fish and chip paper
I’m one of those people who doesn’t
like to get excited about something if everyone else is getting excited about
it. Contrary bastard some may say. I am also one of those people who will cringe at the terms  fairy-tale  or
miracle and then use every cell o...

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Harlee Dean's beats of the season
Featured in Bees Review (5th March 2016) Most fans will know that if you cut Harlee Dean he bleeds red, Brentford red. Recently extending his contract with the Club until the end of the 2017/2018 season and becoming Vice-Captain, Harlee has been instrumenta...

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Terrace Talk: Brentford v Derby


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Sergi Canos: Surging into the Championship
Featured in Bees Review - Tuesday 3rd November 2015 Sixty seconds is all it took for Sergi Canos to make
an impression during his home debut for Brentford.  The 18-year-old winger, on loan from
Liverpool, exploded off the bench to provide the assist
for Las...

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This Girl Can - Get her freak on!
THIS GIRL CAN: PROMOTIONAL VIDEO 

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London Live Sport round up


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London Live Sport round up

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