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Ben Lang

Ben, 21, is currently living in London studying for a Sports Journalism MA. He is a proud Welshman and passionate Swansea City fan. Now most regularly found at a non-league game on a Saturday afternoon. 

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Cult Heroes
12 Days of Football 2018: Twelve Dreamers Dreaming
08:00 Wednesday 2nd January 2019

On the 12th Day of Football, UEFA gave to me Twelve Dreamers dreaming, Eleven Keepers Keeping, Ten lads-a-Leaping, Nine Ladies Playing, Eight Managers Managing, Seven Sides-a-Sinking, Six Games Amazing, FIVE GOLDEN GOALS, Four Calls Blown,…

Matthijs de Ligt: Believe the hype
10:00 Sunday 23rd December 2018

Ajax's talent factory is booming once more. Matthijs de Ligt’s Monday evening inauguration as the 2018 Golden Boy highlights that the club’s fabled academy system still produces more than its share of European…

Potter's magic steadies Swansea ship
12:00 Saturday 22nd December 2018

Swansea have long dreamt of a quiet Christmas. Just like the ones they used to know. Not the last three wherein they sacked their manager in December, forcing Garry Monk, Bob Bradley and Paul Clement to wait for the Uber driver in the…

Sheffield United v West Brom: Who will head into the festive period full of cheer?
12:00 Friday 14th December 2018

Death, taxes and an unpredictable season of Championship football: three of life's certainties. Since August, seven teams have perched atop the league table. Two are set to meet tonight in a match that could decide who heads into the festive…

Premier League
Why are the Pozzos so confident Javi Gracia is their man at Vicarage Road?
12:00 Tuesday 4th December 2018

English football is notoriously impatient with under-achieving managers. Ask Mark Hughes. In recent times, however, no team manifests this theme more than Watford. The Hertfordshire-based club went through seven managers in the past…

Netherlands renaissance begins with Nations League success
12:00 Wednesday 28th November 2018

The Netherlands is back. This was confirmed on Monday night in Gelsenkirchen when Virgil van Dijk connected with Tonny Vilehna’s cross to send the Oranje into the Nations League semi-finals, ahead of both France and Germany. When a beleaguered…