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Chris Humphrey interview: Preston’s Reggae Boy on the riddim exclusive

 

Although winger Chris Humphrey is certainly no outsider when it comes to Jamaica, the Preston North End number seven’s Reggae Boyz teammates have him feeling like a vinyl lover with free reign in a record store when they showcase their musical jewels to the ex-Motherwell man. Read more →

Lloyd Doyley interview: A two-step through the groove chronicles with Hornets favourite

Photo: Alan Cozzi / Watford FC

Photo: Alan Cozzi / Watford FC

 

The embodiment of the club’s core values, Watford stalwart Lloyd Doyley has remained through the changing times for the Hornets, and with a little nod to the old school, he continues to keep it on track in contemporary fashion. Read more →

Deon Burton interview: The Reggae Boy done good – Iron striker still demanding you ‘check the technique’

Photo: Carl Gac

Photo: Carl Gac

 

Looking back at over 20 years as a professional, Scunthorpe United striker Deon Burton has experiences most can only dream of, and as the one-time record label owner discussed all things music he may have inadvertently mapped out a new career for himself. Read more →

Marcus Gayle interview: From the Rave New World to the Reggae Boyz

 

After an on-field career that took in a World Cup and a myriad of Premier League experiences Staines Town manager Marcus Gayle is primed to channel his know-how into life as the gaffer, and he took a look back at how music and certain characters have linked together along his journey so far. Read more →

Khari Stephenson interview: Marley record reflects Reggae Boyz midfielder’s quest

 

Sometimes music provides perfect symmetry for occasions in life and the concept of a Ky-Mani Marley album is a case in point regarding San Jose Earthquakes and Jamaica international midfielder Khari Stephenson’s career ventures. Read more →