Interview Lloyd Kerry

I’m Lloyd Kerry, I play for Harrogate Town in the National League. I’m currently the longest serving player and have been at the club 6 years. I would say everyone at the club players, coaching staff, Fans, they all play a big part and will all want the same things… success for their football club. I signed for Sheffield United Academy at 11 and managed to work my way through the age groups and eventually signed a scholarship, followed by my first professional contract…

Interview Callum Willmoth

I’m a very energetic and combative midfielder. Like to get on the ball and get us ticking but also love  the physical and grafting side of the game off the ball. I’d like to think my biggest strength is my ability on the ball and my vocal ability on the pitch. Constantly talking giving out info can help your fellow team mates. My weakness I’d say is getting involved sometimes with referee and opposition players when I shouldn’t do.

Interview Lee Worgan

Hello, I’m Lee Worgan and I play for Dover Athletic FC. My dad loved football and got me involved from a young age, it became a passion that we both shared, a lot of my friends played at the local club as well and I loved everything about the game.  I started out as a left winger but quickly became a keeper at about 10 years old. As I made my way through the youth teams it became apparent that the closer you got to the first team the better…

Interview Munashe Sundire

I’m Munashe Sundire, I’m 23 years old and I love football. I was born in Zimbabwe but moved to England when I was 2 years old. Football is very important to me. Some of my best experiences and memories are from football. I’ve met most of my closest friends through football. So it’s played a significant role in my life. I’m an athletic box to box or holding midfielder. I like to win the ball back, break up play, get on the ball and start attacks.

Interview Megan Cooke

Hello, I’m Megan and I play for Hull City Ladies FC. I think I’ve had quite a mixed football career so far. I started playing for a local boys team in Hay-on- Wye before moving to a female team called Hereford Lads Club Vixens.
From there I played for Herefordshire County Payer Development centre where I was spotted and asked to play for Gloucester Centre of Excellence. When I was 13 I went for trials at West Brom. I played there for 2 years as well as still playing for Lads Club and Herefordshire County.

Interview Rhys Evans

I am Rhys Evans, a 23 year old right back from Wallsend, Newcastle. Football has always important to me, as it’s always been a big part in my life. I was brought up in a typical football loving Geordie family, with my dad being a huge Newcastle fan then my brothers loving it too. I’ve played since being able to walk I’ve known no other way. I would probably say I am a fit, high energetic full back who loves to get forward when I can…

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