Alex Song

Profile Football Stars | Alex Song | Song was called-up for the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations and was the only Cameroonian named in the Team of the Tournament. Known for his colorful hair dye, Song also possesses a French passport. Song was born in Douala, Cameroon and lost his father at the age of three. Song joined the Bastia youth team in 2003-04 and became a part of the first team the following season with 31 appearances. Bastia were playing in French Ligue 1 during the time Alex Song had a stint there. Song was Noted for his high versatility  While playing for Bastia, he was selected as a part of French U-16 football team. He later chose to represent Cameroon his country of birth. During his time at Bastia, he attracted attention from numerous clubs, Including Inter , Juventus , Manchester United , Lyon, and Middlesbrough . During his time at Bastia Song made a total of 32 league appearances. Song impressed Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger as a trialist during Arsenal's p

Gylfi Sigurðsson

Profile Football Stars | Gylfi Sigurðsson | Born in Hafnarfjörður, Iceland, Gylfi played for hometown side before joining FH Breiðablik and was an Icelandic under-17 international. In February 2009, Gylfi joined Crewe Alexandra on an emergency loan move, and he made his debut two days later against Brighton away, scoring in the 89th minute in Crewe's 4-0 win. In March 2009, Gylfi's loan was extended until the end of the season. He scored two further goals for Crewe, Milton Keynes Dons and against Cheltenham Town respectively, but could not Prevent the club's Relegation to League Two.

A week later, he scored his first goal for Hoffenheim in a 2-2 draw with Kaiserslautern after coming on as a 77th minute substitute. He scored with his first touch, a 20-yard free kick That leveled the game. On 25 May 2011, Gylfi was voted as 1899 Hoffenheim's fans' player of the season, Despite only starting 13 games. He finished the season with ten goals and two assists. In 18 Premier League games during his loan spell for Swansea, Sigurdsson scored seven goals and added four assists.

As a result of his fine form, Gylfi was named the Premier League Player of the Month for March, the first Icelander to win the award. His next goal in a 3-0 victory CAME over Blackburn Rovers That put the club on 42 points for the season.  On 28 May, Swansea Agreed a £ 8.6 million fee with Hoffenheim for the permanent transfer of the player, subject to him passing a medical, however, following Brendan Rodgers' move to Liverpool, the deal collapsed Despite Huw Jenkins keeping hope alight in the deal . In 18 Premier League games during his loan spell for Swansea, Sigurdsson scored seven goals and added four assists.

In November 2007, Gylfi made his debut for Iceland U21s, playing half an hour against Germany. In Iceland's last match, he scored the opener against Slovakia but Miroslav Stoch equalized to make it 1-1. May 2010, Gylfi made his full debut in Iceland the convincing 4-0 win over Andorra and Provided the assist for the second goal from a free kick. Gylfi also helped Iceland's U21 side reach the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, playing in both legs play-off against Scotland U21s won 4-2 as Iceland on aggregate. In the second leg, Gylfi scored two " stunning "second-half goaresbahfdals to Ensure Iceland won the match 2-1.

Personal information
Full name Gylfi Sigurdsson Thor
Date of birth 8 September 1989 (age 22)
Place of birth Hafnarfjörður, Iceland
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Attacking Midfielder

Club information
Current club Tottenham Hotspur
Number -

Youth career
2002 FH
2003-2005 Breiðablik
2005-2008 Reading

Senior career
years Team
2008-2010 Reading 42 (19)
2008 Shrewsbury Town (loan) 12 (1)
2009 Crewe Alexandra (loan) 15 (3)
Hoffenheim 2010-2012 1899 36 (9)
2012 Swansea City (loan) 18 (7)
2012-Tottenham Hotspur 0 (0)

National team
2005 Iceland U-17 3 (2)
2006 U-18 Iceland 3 (1)
2006-2007 Iceland U-19 12 (7)
2007-2011 Iceland U-21 14 (6)
2010 - Iceland 9 (1)


     Premier League Player of the Month: March 2012
     Football League Championship Player of the Month: March 2010
     Reading Player of the Season: 2009-10
     Hoffenheim Player of the Season: 2010-11


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