Tom Allnutt

Football Journalist

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Preston's Summary

Tom Allnutt is a football journalist who writes for The Times, with a focus on national football in the United Kingdom. He has also been featured in CODE magazine. Tom covers a wide range of topics in his articles, including injury updates, player profiles, fan culture, and analysis of football matches and teams.

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Coverage Attributes:

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Event Coverage: 32 %
Evolving Stories: 16 %
Government Announcement: 10 %
Opinion Editorial: 10 %
Expert Commentary: 7 %

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Pitching Insights

Tom Allnutt's articles primarily focus on sports, particularly football with an emphasis on the Premier League and specific clubs such as Manchester City, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur. He also covers evolving stories in the world of sports.

If you are pitching to Tom, consider providing insights into ongoing developments within these clubs or broader issues within the Premier League. Additionally, if you have access to players or coaches from these teams for interviews or commentary on current events in football, this could be of interest to Tom based on his coverage attributes.

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