Gary Noel: The Englishman who conquered Austria and become a Mauritius international

It's not every time you set out to interview someone that you find out they have played international football against Emmanuel Adebayor but that is exactly what happened when English Players Abroad spoke to VFB Lübeck striker Gary Noel. "I think the best was Adebayor. We played against Togo last year and his presence on the …

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Introducing Valdres FK, the Norwegian club with an English spine

A win for a fourth-tier side in Norway may not usually elicit celebrations in the UK but as the referee called time on Valdres FK's first league game of the new season, there were three reasons to be cheerful back in Blighty. One of those reasons and the star of the match was undoubtedly Kyle …

Crowley, Lookman and Tuck: Weekend review 13th-15th April

It was a busy weekend for English footballers abroad, here are some of the highlights starting with Friday night... A full round of fixtures in Holland's second division, Eerste Divisie, meant a hectic start to English involvement overseas with no fewer than five players involved. Cambuur's loanee Dan Crowley was the pick of the bunch …

Remembering Ray

I was very sad to hear the news of the passing of the great Ray Wilkins yesterday. Although I was not around to experience his playing days, I thoroughly enjoyed his punditry on Sky Sports and was very intrigued by his spell as manager of the Jordan national team. Wilkins was also one of the …

2016/17 Review: A-League

With many leagues across the world heading to their nail biting conclusions, Australia's A-League is already done and dusted. Last Sunday saw Sydney FC defeat Melbourne Victory on penalties in the grand final to be crowned champions. Let's take a look at the English involvement down under this season. Stats below include league and playoff appearances …