Iheanacho puts his name up in lights

Iheanacho puts his name up in lights

Kelechi Iheanacho raced to the corner flag, the entire Nigerian team chasing after him. He raised and pumped his arms, extending his fingers to the heavens. His knees followed along in rhythm.

Wabara aims to park at City

Wabara aims to park at City
Manchester City are poised to offer defender Reece Wabara a new long-term contract – and a chance in the Premier League.

From Ghana to Buenos Aires

From Ghana to Buenos Aires
As he sneaked into a cargo container under cover of darkness, 15-year-old Ghanaian orphan Bayan Mahmud had no idea what lay ahead of him.

Mane is the pride of the Lions

Mane is the pride of the Lions

Sadio Mane may only be 21, but he wears the No10 jersey with distinction and pride for Senegal, who will soon lock horns with Côte d'Ivoire over two matches for a berth at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

Could Barkley be the real deal?

Could Barkley be the real deal?

Superhero films are definitely ‘in’ with Hollywood right now. While Everton’s Ross Barkley isn’t yet the Batman of English football, there’s so much hype around him at the moment you’d at least call him the Caped Crusader’s young sidekick Robin.

Odubajo flying for the Os

Odubajo flying for the Os
Leyton Orient have had a heady start to their League One campaign with eight straight wins in their first nine games. One of their stars has been 20-year-old winger Moses Odubajo. 

Berahino living the dream

Berahino living the dream

With the winner against Manchester United Old Trafford became Saido Berahino's Theatre of Dreams. The Burundi born striker is West Brom's man of the moment and is emerging as one of England's few great striking hopes.

Iwobi hoping to follow Uncle Jay Jay

Iwobi hoping to follow Uncle Jay Jay

Alex Iwobi (on the right in picture) watched Arsenal's victory over West Brom in the Capital One Cup from the bench, but having only turned 17 this year there is plenty of time for Iwobi to make his mark at Arsenal as part of the latest crop of Arsene Wenger youngsters.

Akpom spearheading Wenger's new wave

Akpom spearheading Wenger's new wave

Arsène Wenger's new preference for British rather than foreign youngsters could be easily explained, when he has players as good as Chuba Akpom on their way up at Arsenal.

City want to develop Pecks

City want to develop Pecks

Manchester City are keeping tabs on Gil Vicente defender Pericles Santos Pereira, more commonly known as Pecks.

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