Interview marcus Dinanga

I’m 22 years old I’ve always got a smile on my face because I’m very lucky to be where I am and I’ve got a big family and I can speak 4 languages. My qualities are I’m very quick I’ve got a good left foot and I back myself for a 1v1 an eye for goal strong. My experience at Burton Albion  was a very up-and-down obviously getting a scholarship at 16 as I was really grateful but I started as a winger And they turn me into a striker I did well use my pace the manager…

Interview Elliott Durrell

I’m Elliott Durrell, 31 year old attacking midfielder who is comfortable on either wing or preferably in number 10. Had a good few years in Non-League and tasted the EFL with Macclesfield Town in 18/19 season following promotion from the National League as Champions. Played for some big non-league clubs including Wrexham, Altrincham FC, Chester FC, AFC Telford United, Hednesford Town FC, York City FC and Tamworth FC.

Interview Callum Gittings

I am 34 years old, gas fitter and play for Leamington FC part time. Not a particular reason just enjoyed kicking a ball round when was little an stuck to it I Suppose. Actually no never started as midfielder was more of a striker when younger, scored a lot of goals growing up & that was when Wolverhampton Wanderers contacted me where I enjoyed 7 years at the club. Don’t really have an rituals before any game…

Interview Niall Maher

I’m Niall Maher, 24 years old from Manchester England . I’m a defender / midfielder and comfy in both positions. I wouldn’t say I have any major things I do before games I think it just depends on my mood away from the ground what I listen to music wise . I always have a moment to myself and tell myself do yourself proud and do it for everyone who comes to support you and loved ones who are no longer with us.

Interview Ryan Barnett

I’m Ryan Barnett and I play for Shrewsbury Town currently on loan at AFC Telford United. I always eat the same pre match meal and make sure I do everything on time. I have a playlist that I listen to in the car on the way to the game. I always put my right boot on before my left and the same with shin pads. I was playing for my local team from about 6..

Football clubs from 2000.

You would expect that there are enough football clubs in England. But not everyone is agree with that. That’s why you see even the last years, still new football clubs. The new clubs are founded with the knowledge of today. As a result, they grow quickly and you see them more and more in the current competitions. Much to the chagrin of old traditional football clubs. Still, there are enough football lovers who like it.