Mansfield, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 31, 2009 -- With the option of now being able to upload their own pictures from cricket matches gone by, the website is expected to be a huge hit with followers of the game, and in particular, the loyal band of followers who trek around the world, in large numbers, supporting the England team.
It is that huge loyal fanbase that the site is aiming its core content at, and not only the option of fans being able to upload their own pictures. Given the antics of some of the barmy army for example around the globe, we are guessing that they are one or two little gems which haven't made it into the public domain yet.
The website is also giving future sports writers the opportunity to display their writing skills in public, for it's regular column writers are the very fans themselves. We see enough of the ex-player knowing it all, and expressing their opinion, but do we hear enough of the casual fan? Now that is all about to change with the re-launch of the English Cricket section of the FansOnline network.