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Alejandro Faurlín interview: Fading out the old-time blues – Rs favourite sings a song of salvation


In seven years with Queens Park Rangers, Alejandro Faurlín lived the successes and setbacks with the club while facing his own struggles more blatantly than most ever come close to. Returning from three long-term injuries to play throughout this season, the music-devoted midfielder had a melody beside him on his way back, and it is stirring strongly again as the eternally-popular Argentinian prepares for a new verse. Read more →

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 →

Clarke Carlisle interview: ‘You’re listening to the sounds of the Eagles… Chris Eagles!’


PFA chairman and Football League defender of 15 years Clarke Carlisle is often called upon to display the numerous facets of his persona as a prominent name in the English game, and when discussing all things music and football there was one of his ex-colleagues who came up more than most. 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 →