Billy Mulley

I am an MA sports journalism student at Liverpool John Moores, with a passion for creating written content. 

I Predominantly write about the EFL, but I also cover the Premier League and Non-League football, whilst recently branching into Darts and Boxing too.

I am also keen on producing audio content, and I have subsequently created a weekly podcast focussing on Luton Town Football Club and the associated drama that comes with being a fan.

Opinion: Nottingham Forest have this in their favour as relegation fears still linger

In what has been a comparatively poor 12 months for Nottingham Forest, Championship survival has still not been secured. The Reds’ gap from Rotherham United in the highest relegation position was cut to seven at the weekend, with the Millers also possessing four games in hand. Forest remain in 17th place and there are a number of clubs who find themselves in an even less desirable position, but only Derby County have picked up fewer points in the last six games than the Reds. The internationa

Darts: Is Jonny Clayton the best player in the world right now?

Jonny Clayton secured his third title of the year with an 8-5 victory over James Wade in Players Championship 7 on Thursday, with some now regarding the Welshman as the most-feared player in world darts. Despite laughing off the ‘world’s best’ claims in his post-tournament interview, Clayton’s recent form is a clear indication that he means business. He started the day averaging 98 or 99 in three of the four early rounds, before three successive ton-plus averages earned him his second ProTour t

Southport boss demands more testing amid 'terrible' matchdays

Southport FC manager Liam Watson believes that football has lost its entertainment factor in recent months and that the club have felt the absence of fans at the Pure Stadium. The Sandgrounders – along with the rest of the clubs in the National League North and South – are currently midway through a two-week suspension period, due to costs the pandemic continues to inflict on teams in the sixth tier of English football With such a congested fixture list, and no guarantee of additional funding,

Championship Managers Who Have Had the Greatest Impact on Their Club

The Championship is, and has been home to some of the country’s most respected managers, and with the profile of England’s second-tier continuing to rise, it is set to become even more appealing for such high-quality personnel. Managerial patience is a rarity in the modern-day, results-based football world, making the task of becoming a successful Championship manager increasingly difficult. Additionally, only half of the current Championship managers have spent longer than a year at their resp

What's next for English Middleweight champion, Linus Udofia

As the country enters yet another Lockdown, British boxing is once again in a state of uncertainty. As a result of the new Lockdown rules imposed by the government, the British Boxing Board of Control has postponed all fights in Britain in January, with a view to extend this suspended period. One man who will be particularly disheartened by the recent news is English Middleweight champion Linus Udofia. The 27-year-old ended 2020 admirably, defeating John Harding Jr with a penultimate round st

Inside 'surreal' Wrexham takeover bid by Hollywood stars - and what happens next

The chair of Wrexham AFC's supporters' trust board has spoken about the "surreal experience" of having two Hollywood stars launch a takeover of the club. Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are a step closer to taking over at Wrexham after fans agreed to the bid. Members of the trust, which currently owns the club, voted in favour of the planned takeover, and announced that the actors will take full control pending final approvals. Chairman Brian Phillips said the planned takeover had to be kept