Interview marcus Dinanga

I’m 22 years old I’ve always got a smile on my face because I’m very lucky to be where I am and I’ve got a big family and I can speak 4 languages. My qualities are I’m very quick I’ve got a good left foot and I back myself for a 1v1 an eye for goal strong. My experience at Burton Albion  was a very up-and-down obviously getting a scholarship at 16 as I was really grateful but I started as a winger And they turn me into a striker I did well use my pace the manager…

Interview Bradley Walker

Born in Teeside, made my League 2 debut at 17 for Hartlepool then went on to play over 100 games before signing for Crewe where I played a full season then went on loan to Wrexham for half of season and then signed for Shrewsbury where I’ve been the last year and this year coming. The thing I noticed more was that winning was so important and it meant a lot more to people with family’s and the mentality from a kid to a professional was a massive difference…

Interview Gary Liddle

33 year old, husband and a father of 2. Played for league clubs including Hartlepool, Notts county, Bradford, Chesterfield, Carlisle and Walsall. No rituals/superstitions, just don’t like to feel too full come kick off so just eat food around 10am every game day and that does me other than a few sweets and drinks in the dressing room. Scouted playing for my Sunday league team around the age of 11 and invited for a trial at Middlesbrough academy…

Cameron Holliday

My Name is Cameron Holliday and I play for Darlington football club and when I was younger I was at Sunderland academy and more recently I was a scholar at Hartlepool United and was with Carlisle United development team. Football is extremely important to me because if I’m not playing or if I’m injured it changes my mood dramatically! I think that my pace makes me a good defender so I can cover my team mates when needed and I can use it to my advantage on a counter attack.

Interview Mark Foden

I’m Mark Foden and I am 23 years old and play for Blyth Spartans AFC as goalkeeper. Football is very important to me but it isn’t the be all and end all. I wouldn’t say that one is more important than the  other, but they’re are definitely people who I personally benefit from more than others.