Brett is the founder of Me? I Like Football and the site’s editor. After studying at uni, Brett was a sports journalist and a media adviser for state and federal governments. While he currently lives and works in New York City, Brett’s two favourite places in the world are standing room at the MCG and in the third row of a Melbourne International Comedy Festival show.
Born a few kicks from the Whitten Oval, Andrew grew up with the Footscray Football Club in his heart, condemning him to a football life of disappointment but everlasting hope. Working in communications, the only things Andrew loves as much as football are his family, the round ball football code and episodes of The Simpsons from 1992 to 1997.
Ryan’s earliest football memory is eating cool mints, drinking milky tea from his grandma’s thermos and desperately trying to stay warm during a likely meaningless fixture at Waverley Park. He has written for a range of publications, both known and unknown, about sport, music, the arts and politics over the past ten years.
Rudi is a second-year sports journalism student from the north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne who still recites swathes of The Electrifying Eighties video verbatim. As such he has an undying appreciation for highly attacking yet defensively naïve teams. When not writing and offering sporting snark on Twitter, Rudi tends bar at the famous Rose Hotel in North Fitzroy – feel free to drop by and shout him a pint.
Louise grew up deep in rugby league heartland but manages to balance interest in multiple football codes all at once, as well as spending weekends playing club hockey. Louise is passionate about feminism, sport and women in sport.
Adrian grew up in Melbourne’s west where as a kid in the 80s he flipped to the local team due to his die-hard neighbours. Adrian has been a sub-editor for close to a decade and has written too infrequently for anotherblodyfootywriter.com since 2012. Like most westies, he’s a big fan of both beer and smallgoods – often together.