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Aramide Oladipo


Aramide, 25, is a graduate from Nottingham Trent University where he completed his undergraduate degree in Modern Languages with History.

He has recently come back from a three-year spell in Barcelona, Spain where he worked with the official football club for 18 months in a project called “Barça Fans”. Aramide was involved in writing the English content for the website and he was the narrator of the exclusive videos during the 2015-16 season.

Aramide is fluent in Spanish and French and he is looking to add Portuguese to his list of languages as he would like to spend time in Brazil in the foreseeable future.

Despite being born and raised in Hertfordshire, Aramide is an avid Manchester United fan (unapologetic cockney red), but he always keeps an eye on his local football team, Watford FC.

Following his stay in Spain, Aramide has gained experience writing football articles online where he has covered the English Premier League, La Liga and the Scottish Premier League.

He also holds an interest in rugby, boxing, cricket.

Aramide is currently undertaking a Master degree in Sports Journalism in St Mary’s University.



Stories by Aramide

  • Five examples that dispel the Mourinho myth
    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has come under scrutiny after he deployed negative tactics in the hotly anticipated game against bitter rivals Liverpool last weekend. In his previous ten encounters with last season’s top five, the Portuguese boss has failed to pick up a single victory. The self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ has been labelled as a manager who fails to deliver in the big matches against tougher opposition. Following United’s comfortable victory over Portuguese champions Benfica on Wednesday night, it’s finally time to dispel the Mourinho myth and look back at his most impressive victories against the top teams.
  • The Top 3 Super League Grand Finals
    Castleford Tigers and Leeds Rhinos will take centre stage on Saturday evening at Old Trafford in the biggest match of the Super League calendar this Saturday.
  • The Top 4 Football Stadiums not selected to host the Champions League Final
    UEFA recently announced that La Liga giants Atlético Madrid will have the honour of hosting the 2019 Champions League final at their new Wanda Metropolitano stadium.