An exciting new quarterly has hit the world. It's called The Blizzard and essentially jam-packed with top football writers and me.
I have an article in issue number one about the African Nations Championships - known as the CHAN. It was held in Sudan back in February and I went to cover it for the radio station.
Just before I went I bumped into top football writer Jonathan Wilson during one of his visits to the Guardian. And since I owed him at least one drink for his help during the world cup last summer in South Africa, off we trudged to the bar downstairs at the Guardian complex.
During our natter he mentioned the concept and asked if I'd do something. What else could I say but yes.
Glad I did because it got me to consider the tournament in a different way and also look at my surroundings. Can't say that I'd recommend Khartoum as a must-see place. But then I wouldn't say avoid it like the plague.
The Blizzard, on the other hand, receives unequivocal backing.
But I would say that, wouldn't I?