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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 →

Michael Johnson interview: Jamaica’s music love untouchable says former Reggae Boyz defender

Although Nottingham-born, former defender Michael Johnson represented the nation of his heritage, Jamaica, during an 18-year career and he believes the country’s renowned love for music is unrivalled. Read more →