Midfield player Ross Jenkins burst on the scene at Watford as a 17-year-old scholar. He made his first-team debut in a Carling Cup tie against Bristol Rovers in August 2008 and by the time he graduated to the senior ranks he was already a first-team regular. A powerful, tough tackling central midfielder, Ross remained a regular in the line-up in 2009-10 although he was affected by injuries. It was a similar story in 2010-11, when injuries again held him back, but he had the consolation of scoring his second senior goal with a composed header against Sheffield United at Vicarage Road. Ross has represented England at U20 level.
England pair Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere look set to leave their clubs on loan in search of regular first-team
The draw for the greatest club competition in the world took place on Thursday 25th august and produced some interesting ties.
The latest gossip and rumours from the newspapers and online: Arsenal are to consider loan offers for
Ahead of the transfer deadline on Wednesday, here football.
Sam Allardyce has named his first England squad ahead of the September 4 clash with Slovakia.
Former non-League player Michail Antonio earned his first England call-up on Sunday evening when Sam Allardyce revealed his squad to