Interview Sam Hornby

Sam Hornby goalkeeper for Bradford city currently on loan to AFC Fylde. I don’t have a routine really I prepare for every game the same breakfast have a relax at home, shower then if I go to the game tend to always eat my pre match on the way to a home game as don’t like eating too early and not giving myself enough time to travel to a home game like to be there early don’t like rushing on the day of a game, away games on the coach just have a chat with the lads on my table of the coach…

Slavomir Huk

I am Slavomir Huk and goalkeeper for National League south team Dorking Wanderers, almost 6 years. I love football and everything around the football. If I am not playing, I watch football or coach young goalkeepers. So football is a big part of my life. Usually before we come out changing rooms I just think about be calm confident and really focus since the first minute..

Chris Haigh

I’m Chris, goalkeeper at Concord Rangers, from Colchester, Essex! Loved it from the age of 5, jumped straight between the sticks near enough, was terrible outfield too. That was where I started my senior football career & was at Gillingham as a scholar there, which I loved! Good & frustrating, it was good to be in a first team environment but very frustrating not to be playing!

Tony Thompson

Hi, my name is Tony Thompson, I’m 25 years of age and I was born and live in Liverpool. I play part time football at Altrincham FC, and I’m scaffolder by trade. Football is in my blood and growing up as a young lad in Liverpool I’ve always wanted to play football and never thought of anything else, other than that. When I made the decision to go part time it was a massive shock to the system

Harry Palmer

My name is Harry Palmer I am 23 and I am a professional football for Ebbsfleet united. For me it’s something I have always wanted to have a career in. So to be able to every day go and do something I love makes it even more enjoyable. In a short answer I wasn’t good enough as a striker! I started off at 7 playing up front and couldn’t get in the team so decided I’d rather play more and gave goalkeeping a go and have been there since!

Tom Rees

My name is Tom, I’m 27 years old  and I’m a semi-professional ball catcher! A lot of people would say I’m a presence, I’m loud and with age comes experience, I’m quite a relaxed person. Shot stopping is quality some would say I possess. Firstly my Dad. I come from a footballing family where my grandad played semi-professionally when he was younger for Merthyr in Wales and still holds the record for most goals scored.

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