About Each Game As It Comes

Hello, welcome to Each Game As It Comes, a content-filled website written (mainly) by a football player, coach, fan, and now blogger. Since starting to play the game at an early age and watching his first live game at the age of 9, he’s been hooked on the sport. It’s fair to say, the game of football brings forth so much debate, passion, opinion, particularly here in the UK. Hopefully this site adds to this and more.

Some further details below:

Playing the Game: As a player of limited ability, but a decent level of fitness, at 40+ years old, still playing regular Saturday football (Intermediate Level).

Coaching the Game: UEFA B qualified coach with experience in both adult mens and ladies football.

Watching the Game: Supporting and despite playing on a Saturday, season ticket holder at Watford. Born next door to the ground – local team and all that.

Guest posts are welcome, please get in touch if you wish to contribute to the site.

We hope you enjoy the blog, and feel free to join in the debate!


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