Freelance editor and writer. Contributor for GQ, FourFourTwo, Guardian, The Rugby Journal, CA Magazine & Vice. Formerly Contributing Editor for Director and Journalist-At-Large for Local Trust.
Ryan Herman reveals the extraordinary recent history of Wrexham AFC, the convicted criminals who tried to the club, the fans who saved it from oblivion, and the inside story behind deal that saw Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds owning a football team.
When England faced Denmark in their opening match of the 1992 Euros, many tabloid-reading fans knew as much about the referee as they did about the Danes. That was thanks to the hysteria that had greeted the appointment of John Blankenstein as match official.
Pressure is growing on firms to behave responsibly. Ryan Herman spoke three experts in this area to find out what can be done to ensure companies deliver on their commitment to ESG, and prevent scandals like the one that revealed that Boohoo was using 'sweatshop' labour in its supply chain.