Glyn Oliver Myhill popular as a Boaz Myhill is a football goalkeeper who plays for West Bromwich Albion and the Wales national team. Boaz started his career at Aston Villa in the year 2001, behind time he joined Hull City with two-and-a-half year contract for £50,000 fee for establishing himself as a first choice goalkeeper in 2003. During the season 2001-03, he had previously played on loan with Stoke City, Bristol City, Bradford City, Macclesfield Town and Stockport County. He quickly became the Hull City's first-choice 'keeper and played a key part in two back-to-back promotion seasons and has given a outstanding performances for the club till 2010. Thereafter Myhill joined with West Bromwich Albion for an officially undisclosed fee of £1.5 million on a three-year deal in July 2010. Straightaway, he played and signed the Championship club Birmingham City on loan in July 2011 along with , Boaz Myhill made two appearances for the England national U-20 team in 2002.
West Brom win, but promising signs from managerless Crystal Palace
West Bromich Albion 2-0 Crystal Palace Goals from Saido Berahino and Gareth McCauley handed West Brom their first win in four as The Baggies overcame managerless Crystal Palace by 2-0 at The Hawthorns. Key Stats: The key statistics from this game show ...
Top eleven players who turned backs on their birth countries
Whilst Adnan Januzaj can be left thinking which country he wants to represent, I have been thinking about a Foreign XI. An XI of players who turned their backs on their home country, either due to gaining citizenship elsewhere, or through a grandparent. To qualify, the player must come from a country with a fully […]The post A Foreign XI appeared first on IntoTheTopCorner.
The state of the Welsh national team after the tragic death of Gary Speed
After the tragic passing of a true football great Gary Speed, Welsh football was left with a huge hole to fill. Under Speed Wales played attractive, free flowing and effective football. The players were motivated and enjoyed playing their football as much as the fans were watching it. However when … Continue reading →