It was my birthday last week and I received a small parcel from my lovely mum in the UK. As it’s a football world cup year, the parcel was full of footy paraphernalia including some monthly football magazines. Flicking through one of them, I was immediately struck by the impact of online on print media content.
There was an article praising Manchester City’s new manager, Roberto Mancini, acknowledging his success in turning the team’s fortunes around with four straight wins and suggesting his appointment was a long overdue masterstroke. The trouble is that since the article was written his side has been on a dismal run of form and he’s now widely predicted to be on the way out at the end of the season. Read the rest of this post