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Well everyone it has been nearly a month since the nominations were announced and my how time has flown by. Tomorrow night football bloggers from around the country will be joined together in a festival of food and drink to celebrate all the nights sat at their PC’s writing about the beautiful game.

It is set to be a momentous occasion, dignitaries such as Clive Tyldseley, the BBC’s Mihir Bose, the boys from The Football Ramble. Roy Meredith General manager of Championship Manager and of course don’t forget the high quality of nominated blogs: Michael Cox from Zonal Marking, Sid Lowe from The Guardian, Tim Vickery from BBC’s World Football Phone In.

Someone I have also managed to sneak a nomination for best podcast, I am looking forward to rubbing shoulders with the best and brightest in the blogging world. European football Weekends, Swiss Ramble, Sound of Football, twofootedtackle the list goes on and on.

Now if I have wetted your appetite a little there is still time to pick up a ticket. £20 gets you entry to the event and food and drink is included, even if there wasn’t an awards ceremony, the price seems good enough for the booze and grub.

So far you’re paying to be feed and watered, talk football with some of the brightest minds (and me) but you are also helping a charity. All proceeds for the event are going to DSActive, a wonderful charity helping kids with Down’s Syndrome, so there’s no excuse, over 30 tickets still remain, if you can make it make sure you come down, it’s going to be a great night.