Jordan Williams



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AFC Fylde
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Jordan Williams
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Barrow AFC
Rochdale AFC
Lincoln City FC
AFC Fylde


Introduce yourself…

My name is Jordan Williams and I play for AFC Fylde.

What makes you a good midfielder ? And why ?

I think what makes me a decent player and helps me have an advantage over other players is my fitness and pace, I pride myself on being athletically strong, in hope that this helps my technical side shine.

How do you prepare for an (important) competition? (music, rituals, etc.)

I prepare for competition by keeping hydrated, taking the same supplements before every game provided from Herbalife, other than that I don’t have any other rituals.

After the youth you played for Burscough FC and Northwich Victioria FC. How was your time there ?

My time at Burscough was more for enjoyment and playing the game I had a good time there and played a lot of games before my move to Northwich to play in a stronger side in the same league. I only had 6 months there working under him Gannon but they were very enjoyable and we had a brilliant side and had a great FA Cup run which helped promote myself with the goals I scored for my eventual move to barrow.

You have played more than 60 games for Barrow FC. Was it difficult to leave Barrow FC ?

It wasn’t difficult to leave barrow no, not that I didn’t enjoy it, we had a very good season and probably should have achieved more…
I played more or less every game and then when league one football came calling with Rochdale it was a no brainer to test myself.

With Rochdale FC you played in the Football League One. How did you experienced this competition?

I thought the challenge of league one was a massive step up… the players where more physical and fitter which made me want to get stronger and fitter myself, the quality was brilliant and there was some very good players, I got to play at some great grounds.
It was quite a tough time because I never got the run of games I’d wanted. I feel if I’d have got them I’d have been more of a success but this is football and that’s what happens.

In the youth did you also played football for AFC Fylde. Do you notice a lot of difference with now?

I moved back to Fylde to join a team with ambition and the ambition of being a football league player again myself, I think I’m a better player than I’ve ever been, I learnt a lot in my time at Rochdale through the tough times I gathered plenty of experience and I think this will hold me in good stead for my future.

What are your personal goals this season?

I still have an ambition of getting promoted with Fylde this season so play offs will still be the aim and I believe we have the quality to do exactly that.


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