Interview Rian Bray

My name is Rian bray and I’m a footballer for Tonbridge Angels FC in the Conference South. My biggest inspiration is my dad, he has been a huge part of my football career from when I was little to this day. Driving me up and down the country to do what I love doing. he has helped me grow and develop in football and also my personal life. He’s definitely a massive inspiration to me. I loved my time at Millwall, I was able to learn off some great players and coaches, and they gave me the opportunity to play full time football…

Interview Josh elms

Hi I’m Josh Elms, I’m a strong centre forward who scores mostly in and around the box. I will always have a battle with the centre backs I look to press from the front and regain possession for the team high up the pitch. I look to link up with my teammates in and around the box to create goals for myself and others I’m strong in the air picking up a few headed goals this year. I started playing football as soon as I could I was always out in the garden kicking the ball around.

Interview Olivia Wilson

I’m Olivia Wilson and I play for Burnley FC Women. Football is very important to me as I love to play it. To play football 3 times a week whilst a full time uni student would be hard for most people but for me I enjoy going to training and it takes my mind off university. I started off playing for Man United Centre of Excellence from u15 to u17 and they didn’t have a first team so after u17 I left and went to play for Everton Ladies reserves…

Interview Callum Gittings

I am 34 years old, gas fitter and play for Leamington FC part time. Not a particular reason just enjoyed kicking a ball round when was little an stuck to it I Suppose. Actually no never started as midfielder was more of a striker when younger, scored a lot of goals growing up & that was when Wolverhampton Wanderers contacted me where I enjoyed 7 years at the club. Don’t really have an rituals before any game…

Craig Robson

Hi Craig Robson 28 years old current team Havant and Waterlooville. Attitude, personality, will to win and I do my job. It wasn’t a scholarship I did a college course which was linked to Havant and Waterlooville. I went to Australia to travel and have a good life just happened playing for a Sorrento for some extra dollar.

Interview Mike Fondop-Talom

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.

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