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Travis Mokey

Travis Mokey
Travis studied at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Cultural and Diversity faculty) in 2010. He began his journalism career almost 8 years ago, working in the weekly newspaper industry and world web. During his professional career, he traveled to UK, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Russia, and India. He had joined FootballWood.com team at the beginning of 2016. Today Travis is MSc, Journalist of our project. Besides, he continues working with biggest brands and companies in the world due to his professional passion to writing and traveling. He had the pleasures of meeting international events and writing about major leagues, transfers, hot news, etc. Travis is a football enthusiastic writer and he has analyzed and described almost every major events during 2016 season. Contact Travis Mokey on personal e-mail: observer@footballwood.com

March, 2018

  • 17 March

    Liverpool’s Firmino Breaks Personal goalscoring Record

    Liverpool’s Firmino Breaks Personal goalscoring Record

    Roberto Firmino, who has been pivotal to Liverpool’s impressive displays scored his 23rd goal in all competitions on Saturday night against Watford, which is the highest amount of goals the Brazil international has managed in a single season. His previous best tally in a single season was 22 goals, which he managed in the 2013/14 Bundesliga season at Hoffenheim. Jurgen Klopp’s direct style of play has allowed Firmino to flourish this term alongside Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. Firmino now looks like he has a guaranteed spot in Brazil’s World Cup team due to his exceptional performances for the Reds …

October, 2016

  • 25 October

    Football Shoes (Studs), how to choose and what to pay attention to

    Football Shoes (Studs), how to choose and what to pay attention to

    Over the years the world has seen the invention, innovation and evolution of numerous sporting disciplines. One of the disciplines that have endured the test of time is Football or soccer depending on your continent of origin. Since the official recognition of Football as a legitimate sporting activity in the late 1860s, its evolution can only be described as phenomenal. With time technology, professionalism, economy and other factors have caught up with the sport to an extent where the sport has become a social, economic, political, cultural and environmental pillar of the world. In South America some countries regard the …