CARLOS EDWARDS has been rolling back the years by re-living his time with Wrexham.
Once captain of the Arsenal U18 squad, current Maidstone United full-back Gavin Hoyte discussed his career so far, lockdown routines, best advice and plans for life after football.
This report was initially written by Lasana Liburd for the Trinidad Express newspaper and published there on 25 November 2004:
FORMER T&T football captain Dwight Yorke has called on global football federations to allow certified black professionals equal opportunity towards securing managerial roles in the sport’s top-flight.
Should pro athletes speak out about social issues?
Gavin Hoyte only ever made one Premier League appearance for Arsenal, but he still thinks of that solitary game as one of the highlights of his career.
Even over the phone, Stephen Hart’s good mood after returning to training is infectious.
FORMER national footballer Chris Birchall has apologised for his tweet concerning race, saying it was misinterpreted.
Since the killing of George Floyd last week in Minneapolis, the never-ending injustice facing black people in America has come back to the forefront with protests across the country and social media posts with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. Rather than just putting out a cookie-cutter statement in support of the black community, the Beautiful Game Network wanted to give this platform to black players across the USL Championship to explain the struggle they go through on a daily basis, their feelings during these intense times, the things they would like to see changed in the future, and more.