The Monday Profile: Harry Kane

Posted by on Apr 23, 2012 in The Monday Profile | One Comment
The Monday Profile: Harry Kane

Pass and move, it’s the Millwall groove. Thankfully, not another football-themed assault on the eardrums, but the new mantra of Lions boss Kenny Jackett. After what seems like an eternity dangling over the League 1 precipice, Jackett’s season-long efforts to remodel his side’s style of play seem finally to have come to fruition. Millwall currently sit just below champions Reading in the Championship form chart, with five consecutive …

The Monday Profile: Kallum Higginbotham

Posted by on Apr 16, 2012 in The Monday Profile | No Comments
The Monday Profile: Kallum Higginbotham

For our profile this week, we welcome back Craig Telfer, author of a deservedly well received post recently identifying those players in Scotland who might attract the attention of NPower League Clubs in the coming months. Craig runs his own blog dedicated to Stenhousemuir FC, Who the hell is Akabusi? and here turns his attention to a former SFL man already plying his trade south of Hadrian’s Wall, but finding

The Monday Profile: Ched Evans

Posted by on Apr 9, 2012 in The Monday Profile | No Comments
The Monday Profile: Ched Evans

For our Monday Profile this week, we welcome back Ian Rands, proprietor of A United View on Football, a website that has really come into its own in recent months following a series of fascinating interviews with a host of Sheffield United greats from the past. Ian, who can be followed on twitter here, turns his attention to a player whom we have been critical of in

The Monday Profile: Joe Mason

Posted by on Apr 2, 2012 in The Monday Profile | 5 Comments
The Monday Profile: Joe Mason

Unless some misguided King is willing to pay your club say, £35m for the inconvenience, then losing an upwardly mobile, home-grown striker would usually trigger outrage amongst supporters. Yet, when Plymouth Argyle flogged 20 year-old Joe Mason to Cardiff for a cut-price £150,000 last summer, there was hardly a murmur from Devonians worldwide.

That said a lot more about the severity of Argyle’s financial plight than Mason’s potential. Many …

The Monday Profile: Leon Cort

Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 in The Monday Profile | No Comments
The Monday Profile: Leon Cort

Leon Cort has a big summer head of him. While the attention of most of this country will be squarely focused on events in Poland and the Ukraine, his national side Guyana will be stepping out on to the turf at a yet to be determined Mexican stadium; this potential tussle with a man known as Chicharito, the first of a sequence of six games that are the most important …

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