Via a Premier League past and no shortage of reputable clubs, Jon Stead’s 18th season brings the Huddersfield lad back to Yorkshire again, this time with ambitious Harrogate Town. Despite over 150 goals and a few million in transfer fees,…
Notts County’s Jamal Campbell-Ryce is hoping to emulate his trusted initiation song of choice with his fortunes this season but two of the League One club’s up-and-coming prospects may need some intervention, from a musical standpoint at least!
Notts County defender Dean Leacock may be London-born but his roots have almost led to international honours with Barbados, and at the top of his tune choices is a homegrown artist who also shares a reggae-infused heritage.
Striker Spencer Weir-Daley, who represented both Nottingham Forest and Notts County, recently returned to a club where he enjoyed a prolific previous spell and he also continues to get on the microphone in his time away from the field.
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.