Interview Alex Whitmore

I think I can be classed as an out and out defender first and foremost. I enjoy the heading, blocking and tackling more than anything, but I do like to try and find a pass and bring the front lads in to play as much as I can. I think looking at it objectively my career reads like a slip down the leagues, but I don’t see it that way. I’ve made decisions best for me regarding the clubs I’ve joined and other times things haven’t worked in my favour. I’ve played across 4 leagues in my career and also in the youth systems at 18 and 23s levels so I’m fairly well versed across the board.

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 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…

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

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.