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.