There are many moles in the SM family, you know. Read on to find out more about who lives in our hole!
Neil is the co-founder of entertainment website Digital Spy, serving as Editor from 1999 to 2011 before leaving to set up Sports Mole. A
season-ticketed Wolves fan, Neil also loves tennis and has a soft spot for player-turned-anchor Annabel Croft. In his spare time he indulges his obsession for trashy TV shows. Neil can be found on Twitter @neothecat.
Alan Jay has worked with Editor Neil Wilkes since 2001 and before that was one of the founders of IMDb.com. In addition to being involved in various internet projects he produces films. He has lived his entire life in Chelsea, but has never been to a match but does follow Formula 1, golf and tennis. He can be followed on Twitter @alanjay
A journalism graduate from the University of Sheffield, Barney firmly believes that there is no such thing as a bad sport. As a lifelong Liverpool fan, he still regularly replays the 2005 Champions League final and lists a host of players from the Anfield club amongst his favourite sportsmen. On the field himself, Barney has forged a reputation as a goalscoring defender with a fearsome left foot that bears an uncanny resemblance to John Arne Riise (nothing to do with the ginger hair). Follow Barney on Twitter @BarneyCorkhill.
Formerly second-in-command at Digital Spy, Dan brings with him a wealth of experience in the areas of breaking news and newswire editorial. When not indulging in his primary passion - cricket - Dan can usually be found rescuing cats.
Technical whizz Paul is responsible for every aspect of bringing SM to your screens, from managing the system infrastructure, to developing our CMS and coding pretty much every single part of the site. Paul takes part in diving and trampolining three times a week.
European Football Editor
Matt studied law at Anglia Ruskin University and has since worked with a number of sports websites as a freelance sports writer. He's a keen footballer and a former National Finals table tennis champion. An avid Manchester United fan, Matt names his favourite sportsmen as Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham and Gary Neville.
A former writer for Goal.com, Danielle is a Liverpool supporter and penned a feature for the club on the 22nd anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy. As well as football, she enjoys golf, cricket and boxing. Follow Danielle on Twitter @DanniJoy27.
Football League Correspondent
Daniel is a South Wales-based journalist with experience writing for a variety of sports websites. He graduated from the University of Glamorgan in 2013 and is a Cardiff City fan who lists his ultimate target in life to watch his beloved Wales qualify for the World Cup. Follow him on Twitter @Daniel_Lewis92.
Darren graduated from Staffordshire University with a Sports Journalism degree in 2009 and has previously worked for news website InTheNews as well as local newspapers The Cannock Mercury and The Chase Post. Darren is a Chelsea fan but also follows Conference North side Hednesford Town. He has a big interest in darts, and plays for two different pub sides. He names his favourite sportsmen as Fernando Torres, Andy Murray and Wayne Mardle. Follow Darren on Twitter @Dazman5.
Chris studied journalism at Lancaster University and considers himself a sporting nerd and will watch any sport that was featured on Grandstand back in the day. He is a Liverpool fan and says seeing the Reds win the 2005 European Cup in Istanbul was his favourite moment following the club, but queuing for more than 90 minutes for a burger pre-match was not. Follow Chris on Twitter @sonofkeefe.
Mark has been in the journalism game for the last seven years, covering entertainment for Digital Spy as well as news and sport for local publications in his home city of Liverpool. He is an avid Everton supporter and names his favourite sports stars as Romelu Lukaku, Novak Djokovic and Rory McIlroy.
A lifelong Notts County fan, Giuseppe studied International Relations at Nottingham Trent University and prior to joining SM, wrote about politics, culture, society and sport for a number of publications. He names his favourite sportsmen as Fabio Cannavaro and Gigi Buffon.
Chris is a history graduate from Queen Mary, University of London. Before joining Sports Mole he spent a year teaching English on the eastern shores of China, watching Didier Drogba's wages being brought in by cargo ship. He's also half German and has an obsessive man-crush on '70s-era Gunter Netzer.