Twitter Profile: Damion Roberts

12:07 19 September 2011

Sports editor for The Comet who loves Family Guy and supports Oldham Athletic

Name: Damion Roberts

Job title: Sports Editor

Area covered: Stevenage, North Herts, Mid Beds

Favourite story: Either Fight Club at Hitchin Boys School, or locating a drive-by shooting victim for the Cambridge Evening News and getting him to talk on record.

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Best thing about being a journalist: Being paid

Worst thing about being a journalist: Being paid

Favourite TV programmes: Ever? The Wire. Currently? Family Guy.

Favourite Football/ Rugby team: Oldham Athletic

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@DamionRoberts

 

Favourite Food: Birds Eye potato waffles as theyre just so waffly versatile

Describe yourself in 3 words: Succinct

If you were not a journalist what would you be: Charlie Chaplin (in the 1910s)

Twitter username: @damionroberts

Tweets about: Stevenage FC, and general sport in Stevenage, N Herts and Mid Beds.

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