Interview Samir Nabi

My name is Samir Nabi and I currently playing for Hereford FC. I’m a ball playing midfielder who can create opportunities and score goals. I break things down more with interceptions than tackles. Yeah I was always one of the players who liked to get involved with the goals whether it was scoring them or assisting them. In that season I think I ended up with plus 12 goals. My youth experiences were good, always enjoyed the competition of playing against other big clubs and trying to stand out.

Interview Simeon Maye

I’m Simeon Maye, from Birmingham. I work at a Primary school as a learning mentor. I support the better side of Manchester and I enjoy beating everyone at badminton! Ever since I was young I’ve been good at long distance running. So I’d say a big quality of mine is getting around the park for 90 minutes, landing on seconds and bringing other into play. In my senior career I started off at Boldmere St Michaels. Was there for 2 years before moving to Redditch United. Was also there for 2 years before joining Hednesford Town. Short spell there only there for 5 months before moving to Solihull Moors.

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 Rhys Davies

I’m Rhys Davies, I’m 19 years old and a left back at Hereford FC. My preparation for games changes all the time, I always make sure I am well rested and have a good pre match meal, but other than that I have no pre match rituals I have to do. It’s got to be the fans and volunteers, you can have the best players and coaches in the world but without the fans there wouldn’t be the football environment we have…

Football clubs from 2000.

You would expect that there are enough football clubs in England. But not everyone is agree with that. That’s why you see even the last years, still new football clubs. The new clubs are founded with the knowledge of today. As a result, they grow quickly and you see them more and more in the current competitions. Much to the chagrin of old traditional football clubs. Still, there are enough football lovers who like it.

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