Damian Johnson is a familiar face and voice of football on TV, both here in the UK and overseas. He has worked for top broadcasters including BBC Sport, Radio Five Live, BT Sport and the English Premier League.
Damian has reported on the Premier League since its formation in 1992 and was there during Manchester United’s dominance, the rise of Chelsea in the Abramovic era, Leicester City’s shock title triumph and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City revolution.
He has interviewed all the major players and managers and reported from three World Cups, three European Championships and six Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.
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You always know the Premier League football season is just about halfway through when the January transfer deadline day arrives. I was stationed at Everton this year, who pulled off some of the most interesting business of the transfer window and appointed a new manager as well.
After a career working for commercial radio, BBC Sport and one or two others, most of my work these days is for Premier League Productions – its broadcasting arm providing material for overseas Premier League rights holders.
Huddersfield Town’s Tom Ince believes he is finally emerging from the huge shadow cast by his father, the one time England captain Paul. After two false starts in the Premier League with Liverpool and Crystal Palace, he seems too have found a natural home at the John Smith’s Stadium under manager David Wagner.