Harry Maguire

Harry Maguire was born in Sheffield, England on Mar. 5, 1993. He accomplished his first appearance in a match against Cardiff City in 2011, winning the award of the man of the match. Although having participated in another four competitions in this season, he still failed to resist that the football club slipped in League One. After served for Sheffield United, he also played for the Hull City and Leicester City football clubs. During his club career, he gradually grew into an excellent professional footballer after countless minor tournaments and abroad competitions.

In 2014, he reached a three year agreement with Hull City. For outstanding performances and distinguished leading ability on football fields, he was appointed as the captain of the Hull City in 2017. Then he transferred to the Leicester City of Premier League, reaching a five-year agreement for more than £12 million. In 2012, he was chosen as a football player for a friendly for the first time. In 2017, he became a member of Maguire’s squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification.

John Stones

John Stones was born in Barnsley, England on May 28, 1994. Played as a professional center back of the Manchester City of Premier League, he was sought after among many football clubs. When he was young, Stones started his professional football playing career from Barnsley, accomplishing his first appearance in the Championship aged 17. For outstanding performances on football fields and extraordinary potential in football, he reached a five year agreement with the Everton in 2013 for £3 million.

After this period, he transferred to Manchester City for £47.5 million and £2.5 million in add-ons, turning to be the second expensive professional defender, only second to David Luiz. In 2013, Stones became a football player of Peter Taylor’s team for the FIFA U20 World Cup. In June of the same year, he accomplished the first appearance in a match against Scotland. In 2014, he capped for the England national football team for the first time in a friendly against Norway. I firmly hold that John Stones will grow into a super football star in the future by his individual unremitting efforts.

Chris Smalling

Chris Smalling was born in Greenwich, England on Nov. 22, 1989. Played as a professional football player of England, he won many accolades, titles and honors for his team. Prior to being a member of non-league club Maidstone United, he played for the Millwall academy for a certain time. He reached an agreement with Middlesbrough in 2008, after becoming a regular member of the Maidstone United first team. In 2010, Smalling started played for the Manchester United by a contract.


For outstanding performances on football fields, Smalling caught attentions from Fulham, Gillingham, Charlton Athletic and Reading. But unfortunately, the contract was invalid for homesickness. In 2009, he participated in Premier League for Fulham, taking the place of Aaron Hughes in the 77th minute in a final match. For distinguished competitive advantages and experienced skills, he was chosen to play for England Schools against Australia in 2008. In 2010, Smalling was chosen as a member to play for England senior squad. He became a member of England’s squad for UEFA Euro 2016.

Ryan Bertrand

Ryan Bertrand was born in Southwark, England on Aug. 5, 1989. At the age of 9, he received systematical training in Gillingham, gradually growing into an excellent left back of England. In 2005, he reached an agreement with Chelsea for £125,000. In the 2006-07 season, he was loaned to Bournemouth for two times. For a severe injury in a match against Arsenal, he was ruled out of the season. And in 2007, he was loaned to Oldham Athletic till Jan. 2008. During this period, he caught the attention of many people, including loyal football fans, coaches, managers and spectators. In Jul. 2009, he was loaned to Reading for a season.

Besides the football clubs referred above, he was also loaned to Aston Villa and Southampton. He is also an excellent professional footballer of the England national football team. Prior to become a regular member of the England national football team, he has played for England at many major competitions, including U17, U18, U19, U20, U21. Known for distinguished competitive advantages, he played for England at many significant football matches.

Kyle Walker

Kyle Walker was born in Sheffield, England on May 28, 1990. For the sake of a coach Paul Archer, he became a member of the boyhood club Sheffield United. In 2008, there was an opportunity for him to experience the first team’s match on one-month loan. For extension of his loan, he participated in nine competitions for the Cobblers. After return to the Sheffield United, he accomplished his first appearance in a third round against Leyton Orient.

After distinguished achievements in competitions, he claimed a place in the Sheffield United, reaching the play-offs finally and catching attentions from football lovers and most spectators. In 2009, he, along with once team mate – Kyle Naughton, transferred to the Tottenham Hotspur for a sky-rise transfer fee. He was loaned to many football clubs for injuries or other reasons. After long-term loan and rushing there and where, he agreed a five-year agreement with Tottenham’s Premier League rivals Manchester City. Besides, he capped for the England national football team for several times, helping the team in many competitions.