I am a professionally accredited freelance journalist currently working for MailOnline and Eurosport.
I work regular news shifts for their websites, monitoring the wires, building breaking stories and writing feature pieces.
I also write regular features for FourFourTwo and Squawka. My work has been featured in Goal and The Set Pieces.
I edit the analytical and satirical football website The False Nine and contribute to The Anfield Wrap.
I wrote a chapter for the 2015 book, We’re Everywhere Us, which charted the 2014-15 season for Liverpool FC from the eyes of fans of the club and its rivals.
I am a 2014 MA graduate in Newspaper Journalism at City University who has experience in live blogging, online content production and news reporting across the newspaper industry.
I used to work for the North Wales Daily Post where I was a breaking news reporter in charge of the regional live blog.
My work has also been published in The Daily Mail, The Independent, The Guardian, The Times and The Mirror.
My LinkedIn profile can be found here.
Here is my author’s page for MailOnline.
Here is my author’s page for Eurosport
Here is my author’s page for The Daily Post.
Here is my author’s page for Wrexham.com.
Here is my author’s page for The False Nine.
Here is my author’s page for The Anfield Wrap.
Here is my author’s page for uMAXit.
You can contact me at jrgdutton(at)btinternet(dot)com
You can follow me on Twitter: @jrgdutton