In 2014 we want RLFANS.COM to be a little bit different.
Rather than re-writing news articles or publishing boring factual match reports, we are going to let other web sites focus on that while we do what RLFANS should be doing and seek fanatical contributors who are willing to share their thoughts and opinions on every aspect of rugby league.
We won’t be setting any rules, although we will be checking for factual accuracy and removing anything that would land us in legal hot water.
Your contribution can be as mainstream, or as off the wall as you like.
Desperately seeking people who are;
If these words describe you then we may be able to provide you with an outlet for your creative streak. We are looking to increase our editorial comment for the 2014 season, a season which will look to build on the success of the World Cup but will have to address the current discord within the game to move forward stronger and better.
Whether you’re a budding journalist, a professional or amateur player, or would simply like to get your view across with an occasional article, then RLFANS.COM is the place for you.
We are looking to recruit (in the loosest sense of the word) a network of great article writers to submit occasional articles for publication either on our individual club sites, or across the entire RLFANS.COM network.
We are looking for no commitment in terms of hours or articles, just a willingness to occasionally engage brain and put finger to keyboard to compose your praise, criticism, or comment into interesting readable form.
You can publish under your real name or a pen-name and if you want us to maintain your anonymity. We are particularly interested in any players who wish to publish regularly, bueven if they wish to retain their anonymity (The Anonymous Player).
Sadly, there will be no payment for articles, although if we were to unearth the next Steve Mascord then this may change in the future.
For more information, or to start submitting your articles for publication, then please e-mail: email@example.com