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Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu interview: Sungu’s silver lining – The everlasting intro for ex-Owls striker


In some of the most desolate times for a famous old club, Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu was one who offered flashes of hope and excitement to Sheffield Wednesday supporters. Over 12 years since he departed Hillsborough, much has changed for both the Congolese former frontman and his first English club, but there are unmistakably blue and white echoes of the Steel City still safe in his thoughts. Read more →

Aaron McLean interview: Motownphilly back again for Bantams striker

Photo: Bradford City FC

Photo: Bradford City FC


Bradford City striker Aaron McLean comes from a family where music is a cornerstone, and just as his career has progressed significantly since his non-league days so too has his listening range, although a spot is reserved for an old favourite. Read more →

Jamie Lawrence interview: Top flight Bantams favourite still striving


Ex-Jamaica international and Premier League performer Jamie Lawrence’s trademark work ethic continues to serve him well, and while providing coaching and mentoring through his academy the one-time Bradford City team DJ can also still be found patrolling the midfield when matchday arrives. Read more →

Zesh Rehman interview: Thai hip-hop an entirely new one for ex-Fulham defender

Zesh Rehman, the first British Asian footballer to play in all of England’s top four divisions seeked new pastures at the end of 2010, moving to Thai Premier League champions Muang Thong United to experience a completely different kind of challenge. Read more →