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Adam Bartlett signed for Hereford United in the summer of 2009 and was handed his Football League debut on the opening day of the season. Adam quickly established himself as first choice goalkeeper with the Bulls and has continued to feature in the starting line-up being an ever-present in 2010-11. Adam began his career in the academy at Newcastle United and progressed into the reserves but was unable to break into the first team squad. Adam moved on and after playing in Sweden had three seasons at Blyth Spartans. He appeared for the England C team and switched to Conference club Kidderminster Harriers before making the step up to League Two.
New England boss Sam Allardyce has remained tight-lipped over Wayne Rooney's future as Three Lions captain following his appointment.
Just when you thought this transfer would roll towards its seemingly inevitable conclusion when Paul Pogba returns from holiday in
He is a player that shows big promise but is not first choice with bench-warming duties too often his fate
Sam Allardyce has been officially unveiled as England's new manager, charged with guiding the Three Lions through their World Cup
ARSENALManager: Arsene WengerPosition last season: 2ndNickname: The GunnersGround: Emirates StadiumCapacity: 60,432Players In: Granit Xhaka (Borussia Monchengladbach, £35million), Takuma Asano (Sanfrecce
ASTON VILLAManager: Roberto Di MatteoPosition last season: 20th in Premier LeagueNickname: VillansGround: Villa ParkCapacity: 42,660Players in: Tommy Elphick (Bournemouth, £3million),