Micah Richards


The former Manchester City defender spends his time as a BBC pundit where he follows key games. Ahead of a historic match for Kidderminster as they play host to Premier League side West Ham in a FA cup Fourth Round tie that ended in a win for the Hammers, Richards could be seen having fun with the fans.




Richards joined the National  League team Kidderminister fanbase as they sang songs outside their stadium before probably the biggest match in their history. He was in a joyous mood singing “Kidderminsinster are massive” which gave the fans something to cheer about. They responded with a song of their own by chanting “Micah Richards for Prime Minister”.

Micah Richards

Micah Richards says Wolves and Everton may not make the top six

Former Manchester City star Micah Richards has said that Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton have made meaningful progress over the past year but they may still struggle to make the push for the top six. Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Richards said that Wolves have done a great job since returning to the top-flight, but they may struggle during the ongoing campaign with the additional pressure of Europa League games, should they reach the group stage.

He added that the west Midlands outfit have players, who were too good for the Championship but they will have a tough task of making the European qualification spots similar to Everton, he said: “I think Wolves have done a great job. I think the difficulty for them this season is going to be the Europa League. They will be playing a lot of Sunday’s then Thursday’s and it’ll be a lot of travelling. But I think they have been amazing.

Aston Villa


Former England international, Micah Richards is on the verge of making a return to the Aston Villa first team, having been sidelined for almost two years.

Richards has not made a single appearance for The Lions since October 2016 and had been placed on a special training regime to help ease his return to the side and improve his fitness after a persistent knee injury.