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West Ham blogger shortlisted


Filed: Tuesday, 31st October 2017
By: Staff Writer


West Ham fan HeadHammerShark has been nominated as Blogger of the Year in this year's Football Supporters' Federation awards.

The popular writer, whose "rantings" are also published here on KUMB is one of six people nominated for this year's award.



The other five writers vying for the crown are general football blog All Blue Daze, photographer David Bauckham, Kieron O'Connor's The Swiss Ramble, Shirso Dasgupta (In Bed With Maradona) and Steven Scragg of thesefootballtimes.co.

You may vote for HeadHammerShark - who is also known on Twitter as @TheHList - by completing the FSF's polling form. The winners will be announced on 4 December at an award ceremony in central London.

Elsewhere Chris Scull - the co-host of Series 1-5 of the KUMB.com Podcast - has been nominated in the Podcast category for his latest venture, Quickly Kevin, Will He Score?

The KUMB Podcast was previously nominated in the Best Podcast category in the 2015 FSF Awards, narrowly losing out to The Anfield Wrap.





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