Our Editors

Editor-in-chief

Tim Treacy is Community Manager of LFC Boston, Editor-in-chief of The Red Letter, and one of the founding members of the LFC Boston. He is from the Curragh of Kildare, Ireland, famous for its horse racing, and Ireland’s oldest Golf Course. He has been supporting Liverpool all his life. He moved to Boston from Ireland in 2006 to pursue a PhD in Music and Social Media at Boston University. Tim is a graduate of the RIAM, NUI Maynooth, and twice graduated from the University of Limerick. Tim has worked as a teacher and lecturer from primary through third level education; as a community developer; as a community manager; in project management; in event management; and in marketing and social media. Tim is also a professional pianist and organist and performs weekly in Boston, MA. Tim currently works as the Social Media Marketing and Community Manager at Hailo.

As well as writing for and editing the The Red Letter, as Community Manager of LFC Boston, Tim is responsible for growing the club locally in Boston and nationally across the USA through all media.  He has appeared internationally on television and radio stations such as CNN, LFCTV, ESPN, NESN, Sky Sports, FOX, MSNBC, RTE, ITV, BBC, and Public Television in the United States representing Liverpool FC. He has also interviewed on the topic of LFC for magazines and newspapers such as Forbes Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Boston Globe, New York Times, The Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Houston Chronicle, The Guardian, and the Irish Times among others.

Follow Tim on Twitter here.

Assistant Editors

Christopher Boulay is Assistant Editor of The Red Letter. He is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University, B.A. Journalism. He is a Liverpool supporter through and through. His MLS club is the Montreal Impact. In addition to 90soccer, Chris has been printed on Goal.com, GloriousFootball.com, and in such publications as the New Britain Herald, Bristol Press and The Recorder (CCSU’s Student Run Weekly). He also created the Park the Bus blog.

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Kevin Koczwara is Assistant Editor of The Red Letter. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the spring of 2009 with a bachelor’s in Journalism and a minor English. He spent many hours in the basement of the Campus Center working at The Daily Collegian while attending UMass. He was an assistant Art & Living Editor, writer and movie reviewer for the largest collegiate daily in New England. He was a co-founder of The Soccer Guys and his soccer work has been included to Soccer By Ives, The Boston Globe, The Boston Globe Magazine, ESPNFC, A Football Report, The Classical, Howler, KCKRS.com and NESN.com. An essay he wrote for The Classical was included in A Football Report’s “Best Football Writing of 2013.”

He became a Liverpool fan at a young age after an au pair introduced him to the team. He has been trying his best to follow the team since. He played high school soccer and has a strong admiration for holding midfielders –he believes they are the most important position on the field. Kevin is a member of the North American Soccer Reporters as of 2011.

Follow Kevin on Twitter here.

Sam Mathius  is Assistant Editor of The Red Letter. He is a graduate of Emerson College in Boston with a degree in Writing, Literature, and Publishing. A native of Southern Louisiana, Mathius moved to Boston when he was 17 bringing his love of Cajun/Creole cuisine with him as well as a passion for Liverpool Football Club. He also writes about the game for an alternative football blog, Thirdkit.com, with a Connecticut native, a Serbian Christian, a Russian Jew, and a few other lads. No, that’s not the start of a joke.

His other interests include his beloved New Orleans Saints, cooking, eating said cooking, and sleeping. Oh, he thinks kicking around a real Football is fun too.

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