Q1. What is your position in the club?
Vice Chairman and Walking Football centre manager
Q2. What was your motivation for getting involved?
I first got involved when my children originally played 25 years ago, I have now ” progressed” from helping children to helping the over 50’s
Q3. What do you feel makes the club so special?
It is a friendly well run club that caters for all age groups and abilities and genders. Many children have gone from the club to play at higher levels.
Q4. How would you describe your coaching style?
As I now run the Walking Football I think the people I deal with are well past coaching. As they say you can’t teach old dogs new tricks.
Q5. What is your favourite part of the coaching experience / your role in the club?
I have got people that used to play, now playing again.
Q7. If there was one part of the game you would change what would it be?
Make the professional game cheaper and more accessible for everyone.
Q8. If you could give your playing self one piece of advice, what would it be?
When in front of goal take your chances
Q9. What’s your most fond memory from your time within EBUFC?
There are too many to mention!
Q10. What would you say to a player considering joining EBUFC?
Do it, you won’t regret it