DSG announce the re-launch of leading football fan hub Footymad.net

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Digital Sports Group today announced that their football fan news site Footymad has been re-launched today and promises one of the most compelling fan sites around.

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There are many football fan sites out there but this is the first time that such broad and upto date news and data has been available on one site.

Digital Sports Group today announced that their football fan news site Footymad has been re-launched today and promises one of the most compelling fan sites around.

The site has been completely rebuilt on super fast modern frameworks claim its designers and offers many things existing users have asked for including an easy to use interface featuring the best fan forums in Scotland, Wales, England and Ireland. Footymad is the oldest and largest football fan network for the professional football league clubs in Britain.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say “Footymad.net is the latest site to be re-launched after Sport.co.uk earlier in the year, Footymad has been completely rebuilt on the same super-fast frameworks and will provide the foundations for the rest of the Footymad club sites moving forward. The site is designed with the latest new devices in mind for an optimum experience on phones, desktop and tablets and with wealth of content to please any football fan. We will provide unparalleled coverage of both club football and international football as well as special features from our team of writers, video highlights and interviews from top players.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that the new Footymad will redefine the online football fan space. “There are many football fan sites out there but this is the first time that such broad and upto date news and data has been available on one site. Footymad.net is a fresh and fundamentally entertaining site that is accessible to all Football fans. DSG will continue to break new ground and shine a light as the leading independent sports network in the UK.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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