His brother’s keeper: remembering George and Ted Robledo

His brother’s keeper: remembering George and Ted Robledo

The football league’s history is littered with siblings, from the Charltons to the Nevilles and the Toures. But a footballing family whose careers constantly mirrored each other’s is the Robledos. The Robledo story is that of unity. While not always both in the starting XI, brothers George and Ted played...

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Play your way with Sheffield FA Women’s Recreational Football

Play your way with Sheffield FA Women’s Recreational Football

With more women than ever playing football, the Sheffield and Hallamshire County FA is hoping to double the number of female players to 10,000 by 2024 by through enjoyable recreational football opportunities.

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Remembering 125 years of the Montagu Cup

Remembering 125 years of the Montagu Cup

Ahead of the 125th anniversary of the Montagu Cup final on Easter Monday, we spoke to some past finalists to relive their memories of playing in the Mont.

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Pop-up Millers museum coming to New York Stadium

Pop-up Millers museum coming to New York Stadium

A new project aimed at raising the profile of Rotherham United Football Club is set to bring a pop-up museum to the club’s New York Stadium this summer.

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Call for former Montagu Cup finalists for competition’s 125th anniversary

Call for former Montagu Cup finalists for competition’s 125th anniversary

Have you ever played in a Montagu Cup final? Well, you’re needed for the team sheet! But this time you can leave your football boots and shin pads at home. Next year marks the 125th anniversary of the Montagu Cup, thought to be the oldest football competition still to be...

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Montagu Cup: A game changer for the Don and Dearne’s infirm

Montagu Cup: A game changer for the Don and Dearne’s infirm

It might be dubbed South Yorkshire’s ‘little FA Cup’, but the significance of the historic Montagu Cup is anything but small.

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Unsung Hero: Darren Warner

Unsung Hero: Darren Warner

No human is limited. The only limitation is our mind. That was the message that record-breaking long-distance runner, Eliud Kipchoge, declared at the Sports Personality of the Year awards back in December. He pushed everything to the limit when he became the first person to complete a marathon in under...

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Missing photos driving them Totty

Missing photos driving them Totty

Here’s a little bit of trivia for you: What do former footballers George Robledo, Mark Jones and Alan Sunderland all have in common? If you’d have said all playing top-flight football at one point in their careers, then you’d have been right. But did you know that all three also...

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Barnsley FC – The Glory Days

Barnsley FC – The Glory Days

Saturday 26th April 1997. A gloomy spring day that probably holds little significance to the majority of the country. But if you’re from Barnsley, Saturday 26th April 1997 no doubt goes down as the single best day of the year, decade, or even your life as it’s the day Barnsley...

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Teaming up to remember Ben Heap

Teaming up to remember Ben Heap

A wise old monkey once said, ‘the past can hurt, but you can either run from it or learn from it.’ Rotherham couple Melanie and Chris Heap are following the advice of Rafiki from Disney’s Lion King and using their personal experience and courage to raise awareness for Sudden Unexpected...

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