Interview Luke Coulson

I’m Luke Coulson, I play for Bromley FC in the National League and I joined the club in November of 2018. Firstly, David Beckham, growing up as a Manchester United fan, it was impossible not to love the idol that is Beckham.
Secondly, Zinedine Zidane, I fell in love with his quality and the way he plays the game, majestic is the only word. Thirdly, Wayne Rooney, the passion and enthusiasm he has for the game combined with his ability was just phenomenal.

Interview Sam Magri

I’ve never really known much else other than football & I’ve loved every minute of it. It’s a hard world to be in and to still be playing now & earning a living from the game is a good feeling. Born & raised in Portsmouth started my career there which is the club I also support so I really enjoyed the early parts of my career there. I’d describe myself as a ball playing centre half that was loved a challenge & defending as a whole!

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 Marvel Ekpiteta

My names Marvel Ekpiteta I’m a professional footballer for Newport County. My specific qualities as a defender are that I enjoying defending so tackling, heading, blocks etc and I’m also very athletic. I took part in a u17 course at Oxford United which was if you was successful you got awarded a 2 year scholarship but I didn’t get it at the end of the season

Interview Harry Palmer

My name is Harry Palmer I am 23 and I am a professional football for Ebbsfleet united. For me it’s something I have always wanted to have a career in. So to be able to every day go and do something I love makes it even more enjoyable. In a short answer I wasn’t good enough as a striker! I started off at 7 playing up front and couldn’t get in the team so decided I’d rather play more and gave goalkeeping a go and have been there since!