Interview Laurie Walker

I’m Laurie Walker 30 year old goalkeeper currently playing for Mk dons in in League 1. I wouldn’t say I have any specific strength of weakness, I work hard daily in training to try and improve my all round game to make sure I’m up to scratch and ready to play. Joining Mk as a kid is every kids dream come true, you take it for granted as a kid which is one thing I regret I wish I’d of spent more time on the training pitch at the time. But it was very different as I worked under two different managers who both had very different styles of play which was tough to adapt to quickly as a youth team player.

Interview Ryan Hill

Names Ryan Hill, Play outside or up top for Hampton and Richmond and I’m 22. To me football is everything and has been all my life, train every day to get better and improve to reach the highest level I can. Started playing football from about 4 and parents obviously saw I enjoyed it so they took me to a local club, and no when I was young I played up top. Didn’t play midfield till 11 a side games. Growing up it was Rooney and Ronaldo when they was both at man united…

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 Danilo Orsi-Dadomo

Hi, my name is Danilo Orsi-Dadomo. I am a striker for Hampton and Richmond Borough in the Conference South. I make sure that, from the moment I arrive to the ground, I’m fully focused on the game ahead. In the changing room, I always put my right boot on before my left boot, and when I step out onto the pitch, I always step with my right foot before my left foot. I was fortunate enough to play my final two years of youth football out in America…

Interview Moussa Diarra

My names Moussa Diarra, I’m a 30-year-old playing for Woking FC in the National League. When I was a kid around 7 years I used to go watch my old brother play football every weekend he’s the one who made me love football and that’s how I start playing football. I’ve been playing left back at the start, I was really small compare to the other kids lol not like today then I moved centre back when I was 15…

Interview Sam Deadfield

Sam Deadfield, born and live in Reading, 22 years old. Most important people for me have to be teammates, whether that be past or present some of my best mates I’ve met through football. Agility/being light on my feet and range of passing. I’d like to think of myself as quite a technical player so being able to get on the ball and make things happen. I found my time at Birmingham city extremely enjoyable and met some great people.