Interview Ben Worman

I’ve played football all my life, been a Cambridge United fan since I can remember. I Joined Cambridge age 8 after playing locally for water beach colts and have always loved football since a young age. Love to watch football whenever I’m not playing it and talk about it with my mates whenever I’m not watching it! It’s very important to me as it’s what I’ve grown up doing. It’s what my friends and family are invested in too, so they show great support in me and want to see me succeed that’s why it means a lot to do well as I’d like to try and make those around me proud.

Interview Rian Bray

My name is Rian bray and I’m a footballer for Tonbridge Angels FC in the Conference South. My biggest inspiration is my dad, he has been a huge part of my football career from when I was little to this day. Driving me up and down the country to do what I love doing. he has helped me grow and develop in football and also my personal life. He’s definitely a massive inspiration to me. I loved my time at Millwall, I was able to learn off some great players and coaches, and they gave me the opportunity to play full time football…

Interview Conner Essem

My names Connor Essam, I’m a 27-year-old playing for Hemel Hempstead in the Conference South, my career has ranged from League 1 to Conference South and I have recently gone part time to begin my career off the pitch as a Financial Adviser. I am quite a traditional Centre back in the sense that I like to be aggressive and win the ball but I do think one of my best qualities is my reading of the game which should put me in good stead for the later years of my career.

Zack Kotwica

Zack Kotwica I’m 24 born in Gloucester and playing for them. I started my career and Cheltenham Town, earning a pro contract with them when I was 17. The most important thing I’ve learned in football is no matter how much ability you have hard work and commitment will always get you further. I got scouted by Cheltenham was I was 7 years of ages playing for Brockworth Albion and a summer tournament my friends dad was the manager…

Correy Davidson

Hi, I’m Correy Davidson, I’m 26, from Ireland and I’m defender/winger. Football is very important to me because it’s something that I’ve done all of my life, it’s what I’ve grown up doing and it’s what I love. It’s not only a sport, it’s much more than that, to me, it’s a way of life. A lot of lads like me, I’m sure feel football is their getaway as well as their career.

Interview Amos Kabeya

My Amos Kabeya, born In DR Congo but raised in England precisely Rotherham/Coventry. Football is one of the most important things in my life as it’s my everything because have sacrificed ALOT and still sacrificing for the love of the GAME. Speed/power, work rate and movement. Speed kills and no defenders like defending against speed, and work rate most important thing in football as it’s a team game, you have to work for the team…

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