In Both Camps, Stoke City

Picture: Gordon Banks Stoke City a neighbour in The Midlands and a club with long tradition and of course a number of players in both camps, and going back a long time you will find Frank Soo as one, but the first to in what we can describe as modern time must be Gordon Banks….

Leicester did join Super-League, it all happened, facts and figures!

Back in 2016 as Champions of the Premier League, Leicester City did play in International Champions Cup, a tournament that went ahead and no one complained. Of course just a summer event, but still games played between Champions all around the World, but not all were as you could see, Champions, but still invited. TCF…

In Both Camps, Plymouth Argyle

Picture: Lilian Nalis Plymouth Argyle is a club with long and fantastic traditions, residing at the moment in the third tier of English football, League One. From the past we have seen a few foxes going down south almost as far as you can get in Britain. Seen today as the largest city in England…

Foxes A to Z, Gary McAllister, hero, legend and gentleman, from Motherwell and Leicester, via Leeds and Coventry to Liverpool, present days at Rangers of Glasgow

Notionally a buy for the future’ when included as ‘make weight’ in a joint £250.000 transfer deal with the more experienced Ali Mouchlen, attacking midfielder Gary very soon displayed a refreshing and remarkbly mature regard for the value of accurate passing to feet, and rapidly gained confidence to express a pleasingly ambitious range of skills…