Aaron Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey joined Cardiff as a schoolboy and made 16 appearances for the first team, following his debut in April 2007 when he became the youngest player to ever feature for the Bluebirds. In 2008 Ramsey became the second youngest player to appear in an ...

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Alex Scott

Alex Scott is regarded as one of Great Britain’s most versatile players. Although right-back is her preferred position she has appeared across the defence, in midfield and even up front. She has made 90 international appearances for England and score...

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Anita Asante

Anita Asante was part of the Arsenal side that won the quadruple in 2007 – the UEFA Women’s Cup, FA Women’s Cup, National Premier League and FA National Premier League Cup. She moved to the USA and played for four sides, principally Sky B...

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Casey Stoney

Casey Stoney became only the fifth English player to achieve 100 international caps earlier this year. A regular in Hope Powell’s team for over a decade, she was named England captain after the retirement of long-time defensive partner Faye White and ...

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Claire Rafferty

Claire Rafferty is a newcomer to international football, having made her senior debut in 2010, after previous success at age-group level. An energetic and tough-tackling left-back, she made her World Cup debut as an 81st-minute substitute against France in...

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Craig Bellamy

One of the three over-age players, Craig Bellamy is the fifth highest scorer in Wales’ history with 19 goals in his 69 appearances. He is a former Wales captain and since making his professional debut for Norwich in 1997 he has played for a host of c...

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Craig Dawson

Defender Craig Dawson made his Premier League breakthrough for West Brom this season, making his debut in September and going on to feature 12 times in total for the Baggies. Previously with Rochdale, Dawson has made seven appearances for the England under...

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Daniel Sturridge

Daniel Sturridge began his senior career at Manchester City, becoming the first player to score in the FA Youth Cup, FA Cup and Premier League in the same season in 2008. He scored four goals in his 15 appearances for England under-21s – having playe...

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Danny Rose

Danny Rose announced himself to the Premier League in April 2010 when he scored on his league debut for Tottenham Hotspur after just ten minutes with a spectacular volley against rivals Arsenal. Rose, who can play on the left wing or at full-back, joined S...

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Ellen White

Ellen White has quickly established herself as a major attacking threat, her goals earning her the England Player of the Year Award, as voted by fans, in 2011. She scored on her international debut and has netted nine goals in 29 appearances for England. S...

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