I'd like feedback on my artice:Erik Ten Hag’s Man United

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  1. Andrew Szekler profile image80
    Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks ago

    Hi everyone,

    I would be grateful if you could give me some feedback on my article.I'd like to know where can I improve,what mistakes had I made.Thanks beforehand!
    Here is my article:http://hub.me/aoRnV

    1. AliciaC profile image96
      AliciaCposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

      Hi. Here are some of the problems that I noticed. First, you have left out the required space after a period (full stop) and a comma throughout the article. Secondly, you should proofread the article again in order to catch some errors. For example, you have a section called "Front three," but the text begins with "The thront free."

      The bold print that you've added is distracting. You should check that the photos have a suitable license for use on HubPages. It would also be good to use the correct capitalization for the capsule headings and to check for unnecessary punctuation in them. In some cases you've left a space after the heading, which seems unnecessary. I think it would be better to say "What" instead of "How" in the title.

      The Learning Center on this site has some helpful information. If you haven't already seen it, it could be useful to explore the center. Good luck with editing the article.

      1. Andrew Szekler profile image80
        Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

        Thank you for insights!

  2. theraggededge profile image95
    theraggededgeposted 6 weeks ago

    Yes, the photos are an issue. You can't just take them from anywhere you like. This article has all the information you need:

    https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use

    1. Andrew Szekler profile image80
      Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the help.I,I have a further question if you could help me.If I watch a football match and I pause the coverage to make some screenshots,the photos will be legally mine right?

      1. theraggededge profile image95
        theraggededgeposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

        You could probably get away with it for HubPages, but no, the images belong to the broadcaster. Your screen captures are probably considered 'Fair Use'.

        Make sure you caption them "Screenshot by author".

        1. Andrew Szekler profile image80
          Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

          Thank you once more!

      2. CYong74 profile image96
        CYong74posted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

        I don't write about sports but I believe what happens in the gaming world applies.

        The content of screenshots of games, even if created by you, belongs to the developers. Developers generally don't go after video gamers and the likes of largely because there is the practice of "not antagonising players." And because it's free publicity.

        But there have been incidences of developers requesting materials to be removed. They are often successful too, at least for major platforms.

        Given sport broadcasts involve huge money, licensing profits, etc, I would advise you to be really, really careful.

        1. Andrew Szekler profile image80
          Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

          Thanks for your answer.But I have to admit this ridiculous,how else can I explain the tactical phases of the game without an illustration.Not like I can hire a team of man to perform it for me:)))

          1. theraggededge profile image95
            theraggededgeposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

            You have to remember that images (in any form) are someone's creation. Just like your writing is your creation. So using someone else's work is kind of stealing. It's always a good idea to determine the legal implications before using them. It's a minefield.

            However, as I say, I think your screenshots, which form a very tiny portion of the original content would be considered Fair Use. Bear in mind that Fair Use is an American construct, not a British one.

            We can't give you a cut and dried answer because it's all so murky. I prefer to use clearly licensed images or my own.

            Edit: if you are unsure or worried, then don't write articles which require you to use such images smile

            1. CYong74 profile image96
              CYong74posted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

              Exactly.

            2. Andrew Szekler profile image80
              Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

              I am not that worried to be honest,I think I am on the safe side of fair use,by my understanding anyway,though in Continental European Civil Law I haven't heard a word about it despite doing lawschool myself.

          2. CYong74 profile image96
            CYong74posted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

            Well, if you are purely discussing techniques, you should take your own pictures. That adds to your credibility too.

            If you are discussing a particular match, these are barriers of entry. To a very lucrative industry. But you would probably get away with it if it's a fair discussion, and not an attempt to sell/promote something else.

            1. Andrew Szekler profile image80
              Andrew Szeklerposted 6 weeks agoin reply to this

              I mean I can of course take pics of my own,but the in the case of football you never will get the view from the stadium like from TV,if one wants to explain something TV footage is just the way to go unfortunately.
              Anyways thank you for your time and insights!

  3. Rupert Taylor profile image96
    Rupert Taylorposted 6 weeks ago

    Another concern is that this is not an evergreen topic, which is what HubPages prefers. When this manager gets fired, an occupational hazard, your article will instantly become out of date. The starting line up will be revealed on the first day of play, again rendering your article obsolete.

 
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