Quick-Fire: Chris Gunter
Aug01

Quick-Fire: Chris Gunter

Reading defender Chris Gunter has played a key role in putting Wales in the driving seat to qualify for Euro 2016. The right-back, who made his international debut as a 17-year-old in 2007, has played every minute of the first six matches in which Chris Coleman’s side have collected 14 points and are yet to lose. This has boosted optimism that The Dragons can qualify for just their third major tournament and first since 1976. Ahead of...

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Quick-Fire: Edwin van der Sar
Jul31

Quick-Fire: Edwin van der Sar

Edwin van der Sar is one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time. The Dutchman, who played 130 times for his country, appeared for Ajax, Juventus, Fulham and Manchester United, before hanging up his gloves in 2011 after an illustrious 21-year stay at the top level. His career saw him win 27 honours, including eight league titles, two Champions League crowns and the FIFA Club World Cup. Now van der Sar takes on Shoot’s quick-fire...

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Quick-Fire: Pat Van Den Hauwe
Jul31

Quick-Fire: Pat Van Den Hauwe

Former Everton defender Pat Van Den Hauwe, who won two league titles, FA Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup in his five seasons on Merseyside before moving to Tottenham, takes on Shoot’s quick-fire questions. Click here for details on Pat’s...

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Quick-Fire: Chris Kamara
Jul28

Quick-Fire: Chris Kamara

Chris Kamara is the much loved Sky Sports pundit whose style and charisma has become a weekly fix for Soccer Saturday fans up and down the country. Asides from Soccer Saturday though, Kammy, as he is affectionately known, also presents Goals on Sunday alongside Ben Shepherd, giving supporters the chance to see all of Saturday’s top-four division goals. What many younger readers may not know is that Kammy used to be a footballer,...

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Quick-Fire: Luis Garcia
Jul20

Quick-Fire: Luis Garcia

When people hear the name Luis Garcia, stunning strikes and Liverpool’s famous Champions League winning campaign of 2004-05 immediately springs to mind. The Spaniard, who joined the Reds from Barcelona in 2004, scored the controversial winning goal against Chelsea in the semi-final second-leg before playing the full 120 minutes in that historic Istanbul final. Rafa Bentiez’s men were 3-0 down at half-time to a formidable AC Milan...

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