Hundreds of football related articles are written everyday by the world's top sports' journalists. Premier League transfer talk regularly fills the columns of online and offline media but, for football fans, quickly accessing all these articles can
Premier League football is an international, multi-million pound business with fans of the top sides extending around the globe. With foreign corporations and individuals owning clubs, imported players as well as international sponsorship deals, fans of England's top division can be found far and wide.
The fact is that there exists a plethora of media coverage of the Premier League's top teams that even the most ardent of fans are never able to read. Aside from visiting their favourite football websites or buying their regular newspaper, most UK-based supporters are probably unaware of news articles written in other countries or early transfer gossip where local journalists have closer relationships with the clubs.
Part of the problem is the disparate results produced by search engines such as Google. The new website's principal software engineer, Chris Hawkins, stated that:
"Search engines are very good these days at identifying relevant, trustworthy and authoritative news sources. However, they are not particularly good at organising that information for the benefit of the end user."
TransferNews24.com, therefore, has this week been launched to solve this problem. This new site, built primarily for football enthusiasts worldwide, leverages the power of the internet's most authoritative news feeds so that only the best stories appear on the site. Chelsea fans, for example, are able to view snippets of newly published articles in the USA, South Africa, the Far East, Europe and, of course, the UK. The site also provides users with the opportunity of 'bookmarking' relevant stories for the benefit of other users.
TransferNews24.com is updated every 4 hours and, with its efficient HTML5 design, has been optimised for full all mobile browsers.
Chris Hawkins confirmed: "We have fully tested the site across the full range of desktop and mobile browsers meaning that fans can easily view up to 12 relevant transfer news articles recently written about their favorite club without having to perform a single Google search or leave the currrent page. This technology is a breakthrough for genuine football fans and we expect high levels of engagement and repeat visitors, especially around the time of the bi-annual transfer windows."
Fans can visit the site at www.transfernews24.com