About Felix Keith

I am a sports writer at City A.M, covering football, cricket, tennis and more. Get in touch: felix.keith@cityam.com

July 2019 articles

‘It’s not just a nostalgia trip’: The Edge director Barney Douglas on the deeper message behind his England cricket film
‘It’s not just a nostalgia trip’: The Edge director Barney Douglas on the deeper message behind his England cricket film
Now is not a bad time to be releasing a film about England’s cricket team. With a remarkable World Cup [...]
July 18, 2019
Laura Muir interview: Scottish star on her route into athletics, veterinary career and competing at London’s Anniversary Games
Laura Muir interview: Scottish star on her route into athletics, veterinary career and competing at London’s Anniversary Games
Laura Muir is not your average sportsperson. Despite being one of Britain’s best athletes, the softly spoken Scot’s feet remains [...]
July 16, 2019
England cricket chiefs must build on the foundations laid by remarkable World Cup win
England cricket chiefs must build on the foundations laid by remarkable World Cup win
In January the England and Wales Cricket Board released a 35-page document entitled Inspiring Generations, which set out the governing [...]
July 15, 2019
England beat New Zealand by the skin of their teeth in dramatic finale to win the Cricket World Cup
England beat New Zealand by the skin of their teeth in dramatic finale to win the Cricket World Cup
There’s a cliche in sport which says you couldn’t write it. Generally that’s a fallacy: over thousands of games most [...]
July 14, 2019
England put their aggressive mantra into practice to thrash Australia and reach the World Cup final
England put their aggressive mantra into practice to thrash Australia and reach the World Cup final
It’s one thing to talk about positive intent, batting mantras and aggressive game-plans. It’s another to put them into practice [...]
July 11, 2019
Australia v England: Semi-final balanced as World Cup knockout specialists face confident hosts playing at Fortress Edgbaston
Australia v England: Semi-final balanced as World Cup knockout specialists face confident hosts playing at Fortress Edgbaston
If they aren’t already, England and Australia are going to become very familiar with each other this summer. Having played [...]
July 10, 2019
Pressure tells as Johanna Konta feels the heat of Centre Court to exit Wimbledon in the quarter-finals to Barbora Strycova
Pressure tells as Johanna Konta feels the heat of Centre Court to exit Wimbledon in the quarter-finals to Barbora Strycova
Professional sport is an unforgiving environment. When you’re playing well Centre Court feels like a hospitable stage, the points coming [...]
July 9, 2019
Cricket World Cup: Why England’s stars have got a blind spot for trademarks
Cricket World Cup: Why England’s stars have got a blind spot for trademarks
Cricket has evolved hugely in recent years both on and off the field and yet there is still one area [...]
July 8, 2019
Going, going… Dons: AFC Wimbledon aiming to raise £7m using crowdfunding to pay for new Plough Lane stadium
Going, going… Dons: AFC Wimbledon aiming to raise £7m using crowdfunding to pay for new Plough Lane stadium
AFC Wimbledon are a club founded by fans and now, 17 years on from their rebirth, they are hoping their [...]
July 8, 2019
Frank Lampard’s honeymoon period won’t last for long in the Chelsea hotseat
Frank Lampard’s honeymoon period won’t last for long in the Chelsea hotseat
People stepping out of Fulham Broadway station this afternoon were greeted by the sight of an opportunistic salesman attempting to [...]
July 4, 2019