Juan Roman Riquelme knew what it meant to be No.10
Articles By Sean Cole
They say people mellow with age. Roy Keane hasn't.
Paul Scharner has always been a big character.
He only had one great season, but what a season.
We spoke to a Crystal Palace cult hero.
Matthew Briggs was once the PL's youngest player.
A game he's never been allowed to forget.
Gomes reflects on his time with Spurs and Watford.
Adriano looked like the true heir to Ronaldo.
"Butts, you don’t do this. What are you doing?"
Dimitar Berbatov was never fond of wayward passes.
The man so good they named him twice.
Christophe Dugarry at Birmingham? Weird but ace.
"Keepers make mistakes, but I was winning points."
Paddy McCourt was a lot of fun as a footballer.
Roy Keane signed him twice.
We spoke to the Tyneside cult hero.
It was immediately clear he was a special kid.
Nutmegging Clarence Seedorf and flight drama.
We had a brilliant chat with Nedum Onuoha.
Rob Jones realised a dream but had to give it up.
Pochettino's right-hand man at St. Mary's speaks.
Jimmy Bullard is the Archbishop of Banterbury.
Even Gilberto says Arsenal haven't replaced him.
"My body just couldn’t do it anymore."
We spoke to the Premier League cult hero.
Stelios recalls great times for Bolton and Greece.
Lawrence turned his life around through football.
The hardest thing in football is to score a goal, but as Cardiff City and West Brom fans in particular will remember, Robert Earnshaw used to make it look easy. Each time the net rippled he embarked on his trademark celebration – a big smile and arms spread wide as he launched into a somersault. […]
Plus, what went wrong at Spurs and Sunderland.