Rashid Yussuff: From Malta to Poland & Iceland, the game never stands still

Rashid Yussuff grew up playing for Charlton Athletic's academy and England youth teams, even once replacing Danny Sturridge in an England U18 match. He then became a firm fan favourite for AFC Wimbledon so perhaps he didn't expect to end up at the 45th ranked league in Europe at the age of 25 but his …

Jeremiah Gyebi: How Reiss Nelson & Jadon Sancho convinced the former Yeovil Town man to move abroad

Jeremiah Gyebi is looking forward to 2019 with great optimism. Last year saw him move abroad for the first time, following in the footsteps of some of his best friends who were also tempted away from their English clubs. Whilst his mates have been playing in Bundesliga and Ligue 1, Gyebi, a 19-year-old defender from …

Cameron Lancaster: The USL record breaker on life at Spurs and his move to Nashville SC

Cameron Lancaster is talking off the back of a sensational season. Not only did his side Louisville City win yet another USL Championship but he also broke the record for most goals in a USL season from a single player. His remarkable total of 25 league goals was more than double the amount he had …

Freddie Westlake: Combining the technical style of Cypriot football with the physicality of English

Freddie Westlake is in doubt when it comes to the differences between football in England and Cyprus. Having moved to the country in the Eastern Mediterranean as a seven-year-old, he has come through the academy system in his adopted home but has also sampled football in his country of birth as well. "The English game …

Kieron Cadogan: There’s nothing better than playing in front of passionate fans!

Kieron Cadogan is one of three English players currently at Sutton United who have played abroad. As well as Wayne Brown and Tom Bolarinwa, Cadogan, a 28-year-old winger, gained life experience playing abroad before returning to England. In his case, it was in Sweden with second division club GAIS where he spent two-and-a-half seasons. "I …

Q&A with Rod Orlando-Young who won the chance to train with RB Leipzig

Last year, Red Bull set about attempting to find players from across Europe to trial at their clubs, New York Red Bulls, Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig, for a mini-TV series. The first episode of The Streets Don't Lie saw former Liverpool striker Djibril Cissé head to London to talk to three hopefuls. One …

Fisayo Adarabioyo: Promotion to the Eredivisie was an unbelievable experience

Back in 2016, in the space of just over half a year, Fisayo Adarabioyo went from National League North to the second tier of Dutch football but having grown up in professional academies, he was ready for the challenge. In fact, it was one of his former academy teams which helped him make the move …