Tom Cavilla

My name is Tom Cavilla. I am 19- years-old and I am an NCTJ qualified gold standard journalist. My experience as a journalist includes undertaking work experience at Worcester City FC of the Vanarama National League North. During this time, I did commentating on the games – which has always been a dream of mine and also writing match reports. I have since been working at the Liverpool Echo on a voluntary basis since September 2017. During this period, I have been published over 120 times online, as well appearing in various podcasts. A story of mine recently made the front page of the Echo, with the follow-up article on page two the following day. Feel free to contact me on my email : Thank you!

Manchester City 5-0 Liverpool : City Run Riot As Liverpool’s Dismal Defence Comes Back To Haunt Klopp:

It was tipped to be the clash of the season thus far- end to end, pulsating, and exhilarating action. It ended with people pondering when the last time a game that was supposed to be on a knife edge- finished... Continue Reading →

Sense Of Déjà vu For Reds Following Van Dijk Transfer Collapse : Top 5 Missed Transfers

There is an air of familiarity in the news of the Virgil Van Dijk transfer deal falling short of the mark along with Naby Keita. It is a trip down memory lane for many Reds fans, as they recall all... Continue Reading →

Dominic Solanke: Part To Play This Season?

There may be a lot more to be seen of Dominic Solanke for Liverpool, than people may have first envisaged. The 19 year old English striker who moved from Chelsea in July for a reported £3 million, has hit the... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Mohamed Salah Will Be A Success For Liverpool

Yesterday afternoon, Liverpool announced the  reported £34.3 million signing of Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian winger has been a heavily sought after player for the Reds and has been a transfer on the cards since 2013. In 2014, Liverpool tabled a... Continue Reading →

Trent Alexander-Arnold: Can The Youngster Become Liverpool’s First Choice Right Back?

After an impressive breakthrough season, could Trent Alexander Arnold challenge Nathaniel Clyne for the right back position next campaign? Trent, who has come through Liverpool's academy and has been at the club since 2004, was born in West Derby, Liverpool,... Continue Reading →

James Milner : Unsung Hero- Will He Remain In Klopp’s Plans?

Mr Versatile, James Milner, has proven his worth for the Reds this season on numerous occasions, but does he receive the credit he truly deserves? Milner, who has been at the Reds for almost two years, was initially brought to... Continue Reading →

Why Liverpool Must Keep Hold Of Emre Can

With just a year remaining on his contract and no real sign of progression in contract talks, Liverpool must tie Emre Can to a new deal, now. The powerful German midfielder has been a key asset to the Reds' midfield... Continue Reading →

Liverpool End Van Dijk Pursuit

Liverpool have officially withdrawn themselves from the race for heavily saught after, Virgil Van Dijk. This comes after weeks of reports linking the Reds to the Dutch centre back. The club released the following statement: “We apologise to the owner,... Continue Reading →

Why Klopp Must Bring Back The Glory Days

Carling Cup 2012, the last piece of silverware the Reds have managed to get their hands on. Five years without a trophy, for a team who has five Champions League’s alone, is not the required level the club should be... Continue Reading →

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