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Devansh Trehan


I'm an enigmatic radio presenter and journalist with production and news writing experience.

A self confessed sports fanatic, my passion has taken me to sports venues from New Delhi to Nevada.

I've worked in a range of industries and am determined to further my career in the media - I'd rather be in the spotlight than under a floodlight!


Stories by Devansh

  • Singh strike salvages point for Norway in tourname
    A late goal from Harmeet Singh salvaged a point for 10-man Norway as the Scandinavians drew 2-2 with Israel in the opening match of the UEFA European Under-21 Championships.
  • Yes He Khan
    Why Sam Khan might be the next big thing for Asian football in the UK.
  • Inglethorpe Backs Bees to Bounce Back
    Liverpool Under-21 manager Alex Inglethorpe has tipped Barnet to make an instant return to League Two following the club’s relegation to the Football Conference.
  • Young Reds set for historic clash
    Liverpool’s youngsters will play their part in an historical occasion when they take on Arsenal in their penultimate fixture of this season’s Barclays Under-21 Premier League.
  • Stage set for another Liverpool v Chelsea semi
    Liverpool’s Under-18s face a difficult task in their quest to lift the FA Youth Cup when they take on Chelsea over two legs at this year’s semi-final stage. Chelsea will be looking to put the disappointment of their NextGen Series Final defeat to Aston Villa behind them as they bid to retain the trophy they won last year.
  • Doctor dazzles in Qatar
    Jorge Lorenzo dominated the opening MotoGp race of the season, but it was a stunning ride from Valentino Rossi that thrilled fans at the Losail Circuit last night.
  • Crutchlow on a high in Qatar
    Britain’s Cal Crutchlow will be looking to upset the odds after storming to the front row of the grid with the second fastest time in qualifying for the season opener in Qatar.
  • There’s only two Brian McDermotts
    Neil Warnock’s resignation as Leeds United manager has prompted speculation that former Reading boss Brian McDermott could be in the frame to replace him at Elland Road.
  • Landvreugd lauds Davids
    Barnet assistant manager Ulrich Landvreugd has heaped praise on player-manager Edgar Davids, claiming the Dutch legend's impact on and off the field has sparked an improvement in the club's fortunes.
  • Controversy surrounds Saracens new home
    The Saracens’ quest for a new home formally ended in February when the rugby club hosted Exeter in their first competitive match at Allianz Park – their new stadium.
  • Still happy with your decision Mario?
    Mario Balotelli's transfer to AC Milan from Manchester City was the biggest move in the January transfer window with the 22-year-old fulfilling a childhood dream by signing for his beloved Rossonieri.
  • Greedy Sturridge taunts bit rich coming from City
    Sunday's pulsating game at the Etihad saw Liverpool's new striker Daniel Sturridge return to the club where he came through the ranks as a youngster.
  • Spurs striker Kane is able
    Spurs fans may be underwhelmed by the team's lack of striking options, with Emanuel Adebayor at the African Nations Cup and Jermaine Defoe nursing a pelvic injury, but young starlet Harry Kane will be champing at the bit for his opportunity to impress.
  • Top 5 Greatest Brotherly Sporting Rivalries
    For the first time in NFL history, two brothers will square off this weekend as head coaches in a Super Bowl. The Sports Gazette looks at five of the greatest on-field rivalries that have pitted brother against brother.
  • Warnock signs Warnock
    This January transfer window saw several noteworthy transfers including Mario Balotelli to AC Milan, David Beckham to Paris St Germain and Daniel Sturridge to Liverpool.
  • Football shamed Hazard blamed Morgan famed
    The dismissal of Eden Hazard for lashing out at a ball boy during Chelsea's Capital One clash at Swansea last week ought to have left football's authorities hanging their heads in shame.
  • Chelsea turn attention to Simpson
    Newcastle United defender Danny Simpson has emerged as a surprise target for European champions Chelsea.
  • Suarez always going to make a splash in England
    After his goal-line handball in Uruguay's 2010 World Cup quarter final match against Ghana, Luis Suarez instantly became one of the most controversial player's on the world stage.
  • Cole's return has romance written all over it
    The first weekend in January is famous for the third round of FA Cup and is the first time in the year that most football fans hear the words magic, glory and romance.
  • Khan to fight former Ballon d'Or winner?
    Bolton fighter Amir Khan has revealed his next opponent when he makes his ring return in April might be a lad called Shevchenko.
  • Ferguson wants to buy David Gil ..... and Torres!
    If last week's reports in Madrid-based newspaper Marca are to be believed, Sir Alex Ferguson wants a David Gil in his boot room to go with his David Gill in the boardroom.
  • No Forren for Liverpool
    In the last seven days Brendan Rodger's desire to identify more local talent has raised a few eyebrows.
  • Wenger won't give a Diame Big Sam
    As West Ham's midfield anchorman Mohammed Diame continues to attract attention from Arsenal, Sam Allardyce's recent comments about the player will surely not deter Arsene Wenger.
  • John joins call for action
    New Barnet striker Collins John has become the latest league player to voice his concern at how football authorities are tackling racism.
  • Pedrosa and Crutchlow ready for Sepang
    It has been a week of contrasting fortunes for MotoGp riders Dani Pedrosa and Cal Crutchlow. With just three races to go and the title race hotting up, Malaysia is the next stop on the calendar with both riders eager to further their respective goals.
  • Di Canio: I would turn down Lazio
    Paolo Di Canio has sensationally claimed that he would turn down the Lazio managers' job.