Interview Mark Foden

I’m Mark Foden and I am 23 years old and play for Blyth Spartans AFC as goalkeeper. Football is very important to me but it isn’t the be all and end all. I wouldn’t say that one is more important than the  other, but they’re are definitely people who I personally benefit from more than others.

Interview Michael Elstone

I make a good football player because I am a team player and will work hard during games. I have a lot of qualities that will help my teammates out. My strongest qualities are my speed, strength and finishing. The most important football lesson I have learned is that you have to be resilient and if you aren’t you won’t make it. You have a lot of ups and downs and you need to bounce back from them.

INTERVIEW Sam Smart

My name is Sam Smart and I am 21 years old and play for Eastleigh FC. I am from just outside of Portsmouth and have been playing football ever since I could walk. Football is very important to me because It has been my passion all my life and couldn’t see myself doing anything else. Football is very important to me because It has been my passion all my life and couldn’t see myself doing anything else. 

Interview Tom Smith

Hi, I’m Tom smith and I’m a central midfielder for Bath City FC. I’ve spent most of my career at Swindon town having progress from the age of 8 to professional level. I managed to make a total of 16 first team appearance whilst at Swindon. I then spent periods on loan to Waterford in Irish first division and Bath City FC in my second year as a pro. I later that year got released by Swindon town after 12 years at the club. After a successful year on loan for me at bath city I managed to secure a 2 year deal at Cheltenham Town FC.

Bobby-Joe Taylor

I’m Bobby-Joe Tayler, 24 years of age from Asford in Kent and I play left back for Dover Athletic Football club. I prepare for a game the same throughout the course of the season I.e. food, sleep etc I’m not a massive ritual person so don’t really have any if I’m honest. I’m a believer in the mind and how you are mentally to how you will perform on the day of a game so I just relax don’t think too much of the game until kick off.

Interview Rowan Liburd

My name is Rowan Liburd, I am 26 years old and I currently play for Hereford FC and St. Kitts & Nevis national team. I am from south London and have been playing football since I was 7. Football has always been a part of my life I honestly can’t remember a year where I haven’t been playing football. Football has always been a part of my life I honestly can’t remember a year where I haven’t been playing football.

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