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Bobby Zamora interview: Shades of a vintage step as striker spins it with the Seagulls one more time

BHAFC/Paul Hazlewood

BHAFC/Paul Hazlewood


Forever bonded with his song from the terraces, striker Bobby Zamora is back where his career caught fire to help Brighton and Hove Albion in their quest for the top flight, and although the club is in a largely different key to when he was last there, the mutual affection never faded. Read more →

Carlos Bocanegra interview: From the tape deck to the super sounds – Ex-U.S. captain’s beat generation


Captaining the U.S. Men’s National Team for six years during an international career which spanned more than a decade, former Fulham and Glasgow Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra personified what it is to play and lead at the top level, and as his name was elevated through the years, the music which permeated his journey in the game only grew sharper. 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 →