Interview Tyler Dodds

I love football and have been playing since the age of 4 years old. I only really went to college and university just to keep playing at a high level and ended up with a BSc & MSc as well as representing England & Great Britain. I also love to sing, makes sense coming from a family of singers. I was a proper tomboy as a kid and loved anything active, played every and any sport but I was really good at football, and who doesn’t like footy?

Interview Harrison Holland

Hello! My name is Harrison Holland I am a left foot/ right striker. I am fast strong and powerful. I started my men’s football at 16 at Boston Town scoring over 10 goals for them in a 2 year spell with 25 appearances. I am quite fast. I’m strong. I hold the ball up well, great team player and got a great pass. When I grew up I idolised Lee Hughes he was lethal Infront of goal and scored plenty of goals. He wasn’t the quickest but he worked hard proved the haters wrong and is a Notts county legend…

Interview Bradley Walker

Born in Teeside, made my League 2 debut at 17 for Hartlepool then went on to play over 100 games before signing for Crewe where I played a full season then went on loan to Wrexham for half of season and then signed for Shrewsbury where I’ve been the last year and this year coming. The thing I noticed more was that winning was so important and it meant a lot more to people with family’s and the mentality from a kid to a professional was a massive difference…

Interview Sam Magri

I’ve never really known much else other than football & I’ve loved every minute of it. It’s a hard world to be in and to still be playing now & earning a living from the game is a good feeling. Born & raised in Portsmouth started my career there which is the club I also support so I really enjoyed the early parts of my career there. I’d describe myself as a ball playing centre half that was loved a challenge & defending as a whole!

Interview Noah Smerdon

I’m a Gloucester lad who spent time at West Brom before declining a scholarship to focus on my A levels. It’s always been very important and as long as the enjoyment is there I can think of doing nothing less. I’d say strengths are my 1v1 defending as I grew up as a CB and moving over to full back 1v1 situations arise a lot and I love the battles. I’m also composed on the ball and would say I’m quite technical.

Interview Joe Willis

My name is joe Willis, I’m a professional footballer currently playing at Walsall FC. Football has been a massive part of my life since 8 years old. I was signed by West Bromwich Albion at age 10. I spent 2 and half years in the West Brom academy before I was released age 12. I then moved onto Walsall and never looked back. I came through the Walsall Academy and made professional debut in January 2020 and finally signed my first pro deal in July 2020.

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