Callum Henry McManaman is an English football striker who plays for Wigan Athletic. Henry grew up as an Everton supporter and joined the Everton youth's academy at the age of seven. After that , he signed with Wigan Athletic at the age of fifteen when he was released from the Everton , where he made his first team debut in a Premiere League match against Portsmouth in May 2009 and became the Wigan's youngest ever player to play in the Premier League. McManaman scored his first goal for Wigan for the club against Hull City in the FA Cup and extended his contract for a further two years, which will keeping him until 2013. During the season 2011, he joined with Blackpool for a three month loan deal and returned to Wigan Athletic. Along with, Henry McManaman played in the England under-20's squad for the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup as well as went on to play in all of England's games during the tournaments.
1. Callum McManaman Callum McManaman, 22, a player that Everton let go at the age of sixteen and helped current boss Roberto Martinez lift the FA Cup in 2012 with an eye-catching display. Would a Merseyside return be a good fit for the young winger? I think beyond this season, when inevitably Gerard Deulofeu doesn’t […]The post
Over the past decades English football has seen great players, in late 90’s David Beckham, 2000’s Frank Lampard, John Terry, Steven Gerrard and now Barclays Premier League has great young players like Alex Chamberlain, Danny Welbeck, Luke Shaw and James-Ward Prowse. These players have a great future ahead of them. These young talents can bring The post
Make or break for Arsenal - Thoughts on tactics and starting XI against Wigan
Congratulations to Wigan for their FA Cup success. Regular readers know they’re one of my favourite teams from among the so-called smaller clubs. Martinez is an impressive young manager and his players have produced some entertaining, high quality football over the years. It’s good to see their work rewarded. Cup ties are inherently of a […]
Wigan’s tremendous victory at Wembley in a contest that was marked out as the most gleaming case of a David-Goliath game has only made more critics point out the Latics as another one of those teams other than Arsenal, which have won a trophy in the past 8 years. As Gary Neville’s article in …