Stuart Howard Cofield

Stuart Howard Cofield

I'm a freelance writer and editor.

I write regularly about 22 men kicking a ball around. UEFA accredited. Editor of Fanfeud. Other sports also have my attention, along with articles on parenting, lifestyle and music.

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bikecitizens.net

How the Kingston mini-Holland project will get more people on two ...

How the Kingston mini-Holland project will get more...

bikecitizens.net

Building a greater Manchester for cycling

Building a greater Manchester for cycling

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uk.lifestyle.yahoo.com

How to deal with a child who headbutts everything - Yahoo Lifestyle ...

How to deal with a child who headbutts everything -...

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uk.lifestyle.yahoo.com

From virtual sports to reality: How I got my kids off video games - Yahoo Lifestyle UK

From virtual sports to reality: How I got my kids o...

470 2690035 article
uk.lifestyle.yahoo.com

How the whole family can make spooky Halloween lanterns - Yahoo Lifestyle UK

How the whole family can make spooky Halloween lant...

Louisvangaal article
blog.fantasy5live.com

SYSTEM NEEDS TO SUIT THE PLAYERS FOR LOUIS VAN GAAL

FanFeud - Fantasy Football Hints & Tips

uk.finance.yahoo.com

Free family days out are only a stone's throw away - Yahoo Finance UK

Free family days out are only a stone's throw away ...

uk.finance.yahoo.com

How I teach my children the importance of money - Yahoo Finance UK

How I teach my children the importance of money - Y...

Giro article
theupright.ie

The Legacy of the Giro d'Italia

Le Tour de France may be the world’s greatest—and certainly most famous—bicycle race. For the cycling connoisseur, however, it is the Giro D’Italia, with its uncompromising mountainous terrain that sets the pulse racing. Sir Bradley Wiggins himself has said as much in the past.

It was with significant fanfare, then, that the Grande Partenza (or Big Start) of this year’s Giro set off from Belfast on May 9th. Belfast has played an important role in cycling at least once before, John Boyd Dunlop having developed the first inflatable tyre in the city.

inbedwithmaradona.com

QUIXOTIC TALES OF MISADVENTURES AND SUBMARINES — IBWM

QUIXOTIC TALES OF MISADVENTURES AND SUBMARINES — IB...

Coop article
thetwounfortunates.com

Keith Hill and the 'never go back' maxim | The Two Unfortunates

Keith Hill and the 'never go back' maxim | The Two ...

Fgh1 article
blog.fantasy5live.com

Fantasy Football’s advent | FANFEUD - FANTASY FOOTBALL HINTS & TIPS

Fantasy Football’s advent | FANFEUD - FANTASY FOOTB...

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theupright.ie

The Longest Hill - By Stuart Howard-Cofield | The Upright

I sat munching on a hastily prepared peanut butter and jam sandwich, hoping that a sugary burst of energy would see me through the next few miles. Naively, I had thought that a Wednesday afternoon would ensure that I would have the hill to myself. Within a minute, however, I was joined by another rider who stopped and unwrapped his own calorie laden oven-bottom muffin.

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blog.fantasy5live.com

Have football clubs forgotten the art of interaction? | FANFEUD - FANTASY FOOTBALL HINTS & TIPS

Have football clubs forgotten the art of interactio...

Cam00055 article
grumpyoldfan.net

Sergio Aguero Spins City's Straw Into Gold

Grumpy Old Fan | Football Stories and Opinion - and...