Everyone must start somewhere, and English football’s longest-serving manager was no different.
From cruciate ligament heartbreak to a first-ever England call-up, Leicester City’s James Justin’s rise has been quite remarkable…
Gary Neville has never been one to do things by halves. An ambitious and committed player at the very highest level for the best part of two decades, he’s just about seen it all.
It was this time last year that Sutton United had just landed from a 400-mile-round trip to Torquay United, having ground out a goalless stalemate with their fierce promotion rivals. A bitter defeat...
“I always said: ‘This isn’t like a speedboat we’re turning around, it’s a huge tanker.”
“To manage a Club for 20 years is unheard of.”
Ben Wiles has a shorter commute than most from his Rawmarsh home to his place of work.
“From the beginning to the end, I wouldn’t change a thing. I did it my way and it went how I wanted it to go.”
If the last couple of years have taught us anything, it’s that fortunes can fluctuate at the drop of a hat. And doesn’t Ben Brereton know it.