Interview Sam Russell

I’m just a normal Boro lad, some would say not normal, proud dad to my daughter Darcie, 38 going on 21. Coming from the north east, your just born into it, my dad was a goalkeeper for local level and taught me everything he knew, I loved kicking a ball about every day/night, outdoor and in the house! but just seemed to be a natural thing to just be between the sticks, And my dad brought that out more in me. Big Boro fans and just wanted to one day do what my heroes did. Well coming through at Lilleshall national school, and then into academy and young pro..

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.