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 Munashe Sundire

I’m Munashe Sundire, I’m 23 years old and I love football. I was born in Zimbabwe but moved to England when I was 2 years old. Football is very important to me. Some of my best experiences and memories are from football. I’ve met most of my closest friends through football. So it’s played a significant role in my life. I’m an athletic box to box or holding midfielder. I like to win the ball back, break up play, get on the ball and start attacks.

Interview Jake Evans

Hi, I’m Jacob Finlay Evans and I play for Cardiff City FC and now on loan to Hemel Hempstead Town FC. Football is a massive part of my life. From as young as I can remember, I’ve enjoyed playing football and wanted to succeed as much as possible. It’s become my life and I thoroughly enjoy every part. The games, training and the social side of it too. Through football I’ve made so many friends that I wouldn’t have done otherwise…

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 Conner Essem

My names Connor Essam, I’m a 27-year-old playing for Hemel Hempstead in the Conference South, my career has ranged from League 1 to Conference South and I have recently gone part time to begin my career off the pitch as a Financial Adviser. I am quite a traditional Centre back in the sense that I like to be aggressive and win the ball but I do think one of my best qualities is my reading of the game which should put me in good stead for the later years of my career.