Femi Orenuga: Southend United’s youngest ever player on his time in Scandinavia and Australia

Femi Orenuga was just 15 when Premier League side Everton came calling. He had just written his name into the record books as the youngest player in Southend United's history when he appeared as a substitute in the Shrimpers' FA Cup win over Luton Town in the FA Cup in 2008. He reportedly rejected Manchester …

Lancaster, Moore & Elliott: Weekend review 10th – 12th August

Friday 10 August There were two English scorers in the qualifying round of the Women's Champions League. Unlike the men's competition, the qualifying round in the women's tournament is a group stage made up of ten groups of four. Former Everton player Caitlin Hayes scored a brace for Cypriot side Barcelona FA as they defeated Olimpija …

Dave Moli: The former England youth international who played in the Maldives

There are some striking similarities between the careers of Manchester City superstar Raheem Sterling and Dave Moli. Both were snapped up by Liverpool for big fees during their teenage years and both also played for England at under-16 level. Where the similarities stop though are when the pair reached senior football. Sterling cannot claim to …

Omar Rowe: The former Saints winger who’s worked his way up the divisions in Cyprus

Omar Rowe has spent the last year in Ayia Napa but he certainly wasn't there for a lads' holiday. Instead of nights out and boat parties, the former Southampton striker was instead scoring goals and winning games. So much so that he has just secured a transfer to a club in the top flight of …

Hateley, Bothroyd & Derbyshire: Weekend review 3rd – 5th August

Friday 3rd August Friday was a day of debuts with four Englishmen making their league debuts across the world. First, Neville Rivelino played his first game for Schwechat in the third tier of Austrian football. The 24-year-old winger who had been playing Greece, played the full ninety as his side drew 0-0 with Gary Noel's …

Jack Price: The former Wolves midfielder aiming to win big with Colorado Rapids

Whilst players and fans alike were celebrating Wolverhampton Wanderers promotion to the Premier League, Jack Price was watching his former teammates lift the Championship trophy from over 4,500 miles away. Having spent seventeen years of his life representing Wolves, it was a proud moment for the midfielder born in Shrewsbury. "I had the best time at …