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Want to Write for Chiesa di Totti? Here is Your Chance!

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CdT is growing again, and we need your help, your opinions, your time and your voice. We’re looking for new writers!

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If you’ve been following CdT for a while, this post may look familiar, but the time has come once again to expand our ranks. While I’m extremely indebted to Jonas, Dhaw, Jimmy, Sam and Kevin for all the help they’ve provided over the past few years, in my quest to make this Church vibrant and active, we’re once again setting out a casting call.

So what follows is nearly a verbatim post from our last recruiting call. Do you like Roma? Do you have a lot to say about them and want a larger platform? Of course you do, so keep reading.


As a great man once said, ‘Mo Money, Mo Problems' What am I referring to you might ask? I have no idea, I just wanted to drop some Biggie on you (just because I like you, here's Juicy). However, a natural consequence of CDT's growth is that it's becoming much more than only a few hands can handle, so we're looking for help. Yes, much like your waistline during freshman year, Chiesa Di Totti is expanding.

So, here are the who's and what's for these new positions.

Who Are We Looking For?

As a frame of reference, here's how I landed the gig. My predecessor put up a similar post looking for help back in the spring of 2012, by which point I had recently left my life as an office drone to finish up graduate school sooner. Suddenly I found myself with more time during the days, so I figured why not give it a shot, and here I am.

Ultimately it doesn't matter what you do, as long as you can write English proficiently, but here are the general guidelines for our next contributor(s)...chances are we'll bring on a few.

  • You have an interest and passion for Roma (duh)
  • You can write cogent and proficient English
  • You have time to contribute on a consistent(ish) basis, once a week, eight times a day, doesn't matter. CDT is like Project Mayhem, you determine your own level of involvement, but some consistency would be much appreciated, though one-off guests posts are certainly welcomed.

This person might be one of the following:

  • A college student interested in Roma and writing who's looking for experience or just something to do in between classes, bong rips, and frisbee sessions in the quad.
  • You're independently wealthy and don't have to work for a living, step away from your indoor shark tank and pick up a laptop.
  • If you work weekends or nights and have time during the weekday to cover news, gossip, injuries or whatever, we need you.
  • If you're an adolescent wunderkind mature for your age and you want to write, let's talk
  • You're retired and want to "do computers", we can work with that as long as you love Roma.

Regardless of what you do, if you have a lot to say about Roma and time to fire off a few hundred words a week, we could use you.

What do we need help with?

  • Transfer rumors and news
  • MATCH REVIEWS: If you can collect and organize your in-match thoughts and/or rages and post them relatively quickly, we need you. These are often the hardest for me to do and/or coordinate, so if this interests you, please drop us a line!
  • Daily news/rumors
  • Humor/opinion
  • Analysis/recaps/piss taking of news, press conferences, player quotes etc
  • League wide coverage
  • What are Roma's competitors up to and how does it impact the club?
  • Tactical analysis, player or match focused

Bottom line, I want this to be the place people come to discuss Roma and we need help: we need new voices, new passions and new ideas. So, if you're interested and you think you've got time to spare, please fill out the application below. Or if you already have a blog or journalism experience, just drop us or me a line on Twitter.

Note, this was borrowed from our sister sites. I don't really care if you speak/read Italian, mine is horrible. Our main concerns are an interest in Roma, commitment (once a week, twice a day, doesn't matter, just some consistency) and writing ability.

If you don't have any writing samples, don't worry, we can use fanposts or private submissions.

Looking forward to your responses!