Interview Ed Williams

I’m Ed Williams and currently playing for Doncaster Rovers FC. I started playing football with the people on my street from a young age, having brothers who also enjoyed playing, we used to go out and play on the field by our house. Those were my earliest memories of playing and starting to fall in love with the game. I would always be playing in the playground at school and got enjoyment from running past everyone and scoring 😂
I started off playing midfield from an early age and sometimes played out on the wing as I often do now..

Interview Tom Owen-Evans

I was born in Bristol and kicked a football ever since I could walk. I signed for Bristol City at the age of 6 and was there for 7 years until the age of 14 where I was released for being too small and not physical enough. I enjoyed playing local football for 2 years until I was 16 when I signed as a scholar at Newport County. I had a great 5 years at Newport before eventually moving up to Scotland and signing with Falkirk…

Interview Noah Smerdon

I’m a Gloucester lad who spent time at West Brom before declining a scholarship to focus on my A levels. It’s always been very important and as long as the enjoyment is there I can think of doing nothing less. I’d say strengths are my 1v1 defending as I grew up as a CB and moving over to full back 1v1 situations arise a lot and I love the battles. I’m also composed on the ball and would say I’m quite technical.

Interview Joe Hanks

Hello there. I am a 25 year old midfielder from Gloucester who has recently signed for Chippenham Town. Football has always been a part of my life and I am eager to get back doing what I love. I would state my qualities are that I am hard working and always give my all. I love getting forward and scoring and creating goals from midfield. I also pride myself on set pieces which is something I do a lot of work on.

Interview Tom Hadler

Hi, I’m Tom Hadler and a goalie from Kent… Currently a free agent after leaving Eastbourne Borough I’m looking forward to getting back playing properly as soon as possible after COVID! For me it is definitely the goalie coach at the top. It is so important to have someone that knows how to challenge you and help you improve through relevant sessions but at the same time keep the environment fun, positive and confident. Obviously your team in general are massively important…

Zack Kotwica

Zack Kotwica I’m 24 born in Gloucester and playing for them. I started my career and Cheltenham Town, earning a pro contract with them when I was 17. The most important thing I’ve learned in football is no matter how much ability you have hard work and commitment will always get you further. I got scouted by Cheltenham was I was 7 years of ages playing for Brockworth Albion and a summer tournament my friends dad was the manager…