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Echo RSS Feed


Topgun Pilot
Feb 18, 2004
Am I the only one that finds this a bit frustrating? For example, at the moment we have two threads with the same title, which is:

"Echo News RSS: Southend United manager Phil Brown"

Because of the restriction in the length of the thread title that's all we get, and therefore have no idea what the article is actually about. I doubt we can ask the Echo to change their headlines, but is there a way of editing these a little before they appear?

For example, if you take out "Southend United manager" the title will start with "Phil Brown" (who we know is the Southend United manager) and will then continue with what the article is actually about.