The First Major Summer Signing for Scotzine


At Scotzine we welcome contributions from fans and journalists alike. And while we will certainly expand our staff base over the summer with new contributors, we have made our biggest signing of the summer this week.

Sean Graham has joined the ranks of Scotzine as Chief Features Writer. He will contribute to both our website and revamped magazine, as well as our next Summer addition – Scotzine TV.

Sean has written for various publications and websites over the years and has been involved with making documentaries on Aberdeen Football Club, Dundee United Football Club, Henrik Larsson, Paul Lambert and Jock Stein and also Radio programmes, one of which “Old Firm Day” won a Bronze Sony Award.

His love of writing started off with The Punter and has gone on to write for the following FIFA magazine, Four Four Two, Scotland’s Oracle, Players Inc, British Football Week, ESPN, Give Me Football, Inside Futbol, 67 Fanzine and the matchday programmes of Aberdeen Football Club, Carlisle United Football Club, Montrose Football Club, Partick Thistle Football Club,
Stockport County Football Club, Queen’s Park Football Club.

He has also been asked to write a blog for Youth Football Scotland on St.Mirren YFC, such is his passion for football at every level from Grassroots to the Professional game.

Sean has also worked in the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park and loved telling visitors his stories about the glory days of Scottish Football.

Everyone at Scotzine believe that Sean will be a great addition to our team and welcome the expertise and insight he will bring to our team.


About Author


Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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