The Chelsea manager’s first column is available online and also featured in a special 8 page Euros pull-out, published on July 2.
With a team of six journalists, alongside columnist Emma Hayes, TWS will provide coverage across print, digital, video and social.
The 8 page Euros print supplement published on July 2 included interviews and predictions previewing the tournament, plus a guide to all the teams and venues, as well as featuring Emma’s first column. The Sunday Telegraph will include a Euros wall chart, enabling fans to keep track of the results and plot a path to the final, says the publisher.
Digital coverage will include live blogs of every game, analysis and reviews. An interactive Euros predictor tool allows readers to predict how the action will unfold. There will also be an in–depth look back to the 2009 Euros, revealing its role in defining the current landscape for women’s football in this country.
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