In the last year, the Watford FC striker has secured the BLM logo on Premier League kits, written a memoir and created a podcast series with guests Ian Wright and Elton John. Anything else? “Big mouth got relegated. Now I have a point to prove.”
One per cent: that’s how many teenage footballers signed to club youth squads make it. What happens to the other 99 per cent? Harvey, 16, knows how hard the journey can be.
A proposed Super League would give more power to the few. Going by the explosion of anger on social media, fans are able to see the move for the disaster it is.
At a time of brand partnerships and airtight PR, a growing number of footballers are taking a simple, individual act of defiance: rolling down their socks.
Six-foot-five and 198 pounds, 28-year-old boxer Lawrence “The Sauce” Okolie is not only on the cusp of becoming Hackney’s homegrown boxing champion – he’s throwing his hat into the ring of rap, too.
Hailing from a volcanic outcrop, Iceland went against the odds by going toe-to-toe with the giants at the Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup. Here, writer Matt McGinn and photographer Joseph Fox investigate the factors behind Iceland’s remarkable transformation from minnow to ultimate sporting underdog.