Jordan Mustoe: The FA Cup winner now playing in Finland

Jordan Mustoe is 27 now and it's been four years since he last played in England but there is something about his time playing football in his homeland that he'll never forget. "I was with them all the way to winning it and I am proud I got to play in two of the rounds." …

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James Sinclair: The journeyman looking for a second chance in England

James Sinclair lives his life by the motto of 'have boots, will travel' and that attitude has taken him to three diverse countries after starting out at Bolton Wanderers. "My parents were both expats (roughly 20 years in Africa) and I even grew up my first three years in Nigeria so I guess it is …

Matthias Fanimo: The former Hammer making a name for himself in Slovenia

A quick Google of Matthias Fanimo's name will reveal several articles exclaiming the winger was once the fastest footballer in the world but there is a lot more to the 24-year-old's game than sheer pace. "I wouldn’t say it has hindered or helped but it’s always nice to be considered as the fastest," says Fanimo …

Elliott Moore: The Toulon Tournament winner bossing it under Nigel Pearson in Belgium

Elliott Moore likes playing football overseas. Last summer the defender was celebrated winning the Toulon Tournament with a youthful England side. This year he is coming to the end of his first season of senior football with Belgian side OH Leuven. It's fair to say the young Leicester defender has learnt a lot from playing …

Sam Gleadle: Playing football and getting your education paid for is incredible

Sam Gleadle's ambition is clear. He is determined to break into the Reno 1868 squad and make his first season in professional football a success. "My mind right now is one hundred percent focused on breaking into this team. I have been rostered once and I can tell, and from speaking to the coaching staff, …