About Kelan Sarson
Kelan is a freelance opinion/feature writer for FootballFanCast.
Whilst studying English Language and Literature at the University of Leeds, Kelan began to explore football writing which led him down the path of starting a blog to discuss his team Peterborough United.
That led to Kelan writing for a whole host of sites including BreakingTheLines and TheRealEFL, alongside chatting on podcasts with figures from the world of football including Carlton Palmer, Neil Redfearn, David Artell and Luke Chadwick.
Kelan has also occasionally featured on TalkSport and BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, chatting all things EFL and his beloved Posh.
Recently finished with an MA at the University of Sheffield in Journalism, Kelan is delighted to land this role at FFC.
Outside of football and writing, Kelan enjoys going to gigs, reading and exploring what the wonderful city of Leeds has to offer!
Rooney could flex his past Red Devils links with signings in through the door at St Andrew's this January.
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Corberan could unleash this exciting player into his starting lineup versus Sunderland at the expense of one poor underperformer.
With news of Heckingbottom's departure from the Blades imminent and Wilder coming in, these three players could benefit from this manager change.
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This West Brom dud has turned his career around since failing to ever settle at the Hawthorns.
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The Saints could boldly go after this Championship star who is having a fantastic season for his club.
Leeds just about beat Middlesbrough 3-2 at Elland Road this weekend, with this Whites star proving to be crucial in the dramatic win.
With Sunderland's strikers still yet to get off the mark for the season, Tony Mowbray's side could go all out and buy this striker in January.
Wednesday will be cursing their luck that they let this icon leave in the summer, the player in question thriving away from Hillsborough.
A forgotten figure to many Sunderland fans, this ex Black Cats man now plies his trade all the way out in Australia.
The Saints could look to the future to eventually replace an ageing Bednarek with this academy prospect at Southampton tipped for big things.
Russell Martin could surprisingly drop this usually dependable Saints star after a poor showing at home to Bristol City.
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Mowbray might well have to be cut-throat with his team selection ahead of Millwall away, Sunderland losing their last two Championship matches.
Rohl could change up his Owls line-up for the home game against Blackburn, hoping whoever is fielded helps the team gain an invaluable three points.
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