Interview Justin Amuluzor

I’m Justin born in south London grew up in both south London and Bedfordshire. My specific qualities I would say are one vs one attacking and finishing because I enjoy beating players. I was at the Dartford youth set up and got picked up by Barnet in my 2nd year literally 2 months before Pros were handed out so felt grateful at the time cause boys have been there for 2 years and the managers at the time picked me ahead of them…

Interview Kenny Clark

My names Kenny Clark and I’m a 31 year old centre half, who is currently captain at Dagenham & Redbridge FC. I think I’m best known for being a no nonsense, tough tackling centre half. Football has been such an important part of my life, I like to think it kept me on the straight and narrow and kept me out of trouble. It has given me the opportunity to do something that I have dreamt of since I was a kid! The experiences and people that I have met over the years has made me the person that I am today which I am extremely grateful for.

Interview Billy Roast

Hello, I’m Billy Roast and I play for Concord Rangers FC. I am a ball playing central defender however this season I have changed into a defensive midfielder and I love it! I don’t really have many rituals really I just try to have a good healthy breakfast and feel positive on game day followed by some 80s music! I loved my time at Colchester I was there for 7 years John Mcgreal and Wayne brown were brilliant to work…

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.

Interview Billy Crook

Hi, my names Billy, I am currently at Dartford FC in the conference south and work as a teaching assistant in a secondary school. Football is important to me as from a young age I was forever with a ball at my feet, I’ve achieved some good things in the game and met some great people. I looked up mostly to foreign cm’s. Iniesta, Pirlo, Kroos, Verratti and Zidane. I believe these guys played the right way and are all pass masters….

Joe Raynes

My Name is Joe Raynes, I’m a Right Back for Bath City FC, But known as a utility man as I have played in several positions during my time at the club. The most important people for me are the players I am playing with, when you have a good dressing room which you get on with so well and know they try to get the best out of you in training and on the pitch, it helps a lot!