Simon Stainrod was a professional footballer who was a forward for home town clubs Sheffield Wednesday and United as well as Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City and featured in an FA Cup Final.
We research the career of former Arsenal, Mansfield Town and Chesterfield midfielder John Matthews...
Essex born defender/midfielder Andy Keeley who turned out for Tottenham Hotspur, Sheffield United and Scunthorpe United...
We profile the career of Jeff King who played for both Sheffield United and Wednesday as well as Derby County, Portsmouth and Walsall...
Striker who served a host of clubs including Manchester City, Newcastle United, Leeds United, Everton and both Sheffield United and Wednesday between 1975 to 1995...
Grandson of former Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper James Massey. Roy made few appearances in the Football League for Rotherham United, Colchester United and Leyton Orient. However this striker did once net a hat-trick against Reading whilst representing the U's.
Jimmy Hagan was a football legend for Sheffield United having commanded the Forward position and once turned down a move to rivals Wednesday...
FootballResearchers follow the career of Right-Half William Henry Gooney who turned out for Sheffield United, Plymouth Argyle and Luton Town between 1927 and 1936.
Irish defender who played over a handful number of games for Swansea Town before
returning to the Emerald Isle.
Victorian born forward who served Everton and Tottenham Hotspur as well as Manchester City. He won the FA Cup once with the Toffees and scored four past their rivals in a Merseyside Derby.
Saturday, 14 September 2013.
Real Madrid's new record signing Welsh winger Gareth Bale got off to the perfect start for the Gelactico's yesterday as he netted on his debut (along with Cristiano Ronaldo) to earn his team a two all draw against high flyers Villarreal.
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