I’m Charlie Wakefield, 20 years of age and played for Chesterfield for just about 10 years, coming all the way through the academy, youth team and then into the first team. I can play several positions; Left back, left wing back and also anywhere across midfield, my preferred position is as a number 10 behind the 2 strikers. I got into the academy by just having trials at the time I think I was U11 and then worked all the way through into the youth team. I’d say my youth team coaches at the time in my first year of my scholarship which would be Mark Smith and Dylan Kerr.
I’m Lloyd Kerry, I play for Harrogate Town in the National League. I’m currently the longest serving player and have been at the club 6 years. I would say everyone at the club players, coaching staff, Fans, they all play a big part and will all want the same things… success for their football club. I signed for Sheffield United Academy at 11 and managed to work my way through the age groups and eventually signed a scholarship, followed by my first professional contract…
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…
Football is for many years one of the best sports. There are a lot of new football clubs, but there are plenty of old football clubs.
Find below the seven founded football clubs before 1880, from the National League and the National League North and South.
Mike Fondop, Cameroon, 27/11/1993, Striker (Chesterfield FC) , n° 36. Football is a passion to me. I’m a big lad having pace, strength, aerial threat great technical ability. I think I’m special because I’m unpredictable with all God endowed me with. Played for Stanway for almost a year. I thank God it was a great experience.
The National League has 24 different football clubs and is the fifth-highest level of the overall English football league system. The National League has clubs that are relegated from the Football League Two and clubs promoted from the National League North and South.