Interview Brennan Dickenson

Hi my name is Brennan Dickenson, I’m 27 years old. Born in Middlesex and have been a professional footballer since I was 18. I am currently playing for Carlisle United FC. I have been told over the years that’s I have good pace, strength and quality. For me being left footed adds an extra bit or rarity. I feel my best quality is getting forward, crossing and set pieces. Southampton was much more of a professional set up, and demanded the right attitude and application at all times. There was an expectation at all times to be the best.

Interview Samir Nabi

My name is Samir Nabi and I currently playing for Hereford FC. I’m a ball playing midfielder who can create opportunities and score goals. I break things down more with interceptions than tackles. Yeah I was always one of the players who liked to get involved with the goals whether it was scoring them or assisting them. In that season I think I ended up with plus 12 goals. My youth experiences were good, always enjoyed the competition of playing against other big clubs and trying to stand out.

Interview Gary Liddle

33 year old, husband and a father of 2. Played for league clubs including Hartlepool, Notts county, Bradford, Chesterfield, Carlisle and Walsall. No rituals/superstitions, just don’t like to feel too full come kick off so just eat food around 10am every game day and that does me other than a few sweets and drinks in the dressing room. Scouted playing for my Sunday league team around the age of 11 and invited for a trial at Middlesbrough academy…

Joshua King

I’m josh I’m 19 year old CB from Sunderland signed for York in August at the start of the season. Football is important to me as it’s mainly the one thing I’m good at. Idk what I’d be doing if I wasn’t playing football. My qualities are my height, awareness, pace. There are many important people in the football environment from your team mates to your manager to the other staff.

Cameron Holliday

My Name is Cameron Holliday and I play for Darlington football club and when I was younger I was at Sunderland academy and more recently I was a scholar at Hartlepool United and was with Carlisle United development team. Football is extremely important to me because if I’m not playing or if I’m injured it changes my mood dramatically! I think that my pace makes me a good defender so I can cover my team mates when needed and I can use it to my advantage on a counter attack.

Interview Danny Eccles

I’m Danny Eccles and I’m a goalkeeper currently playing for Chorley FC who play in the national league. Football is everything to me, I’ve always been really passionate about it since I was very young! In the few weeks off in the off season I really miss playing!