February 2017 featured player: Marc Gibson
Don't use it.
When did you join VMFC:
Former clubs, if any:
Greatest Village moment:
Either scoring my first goal or winning both Leeds and Leicester tournaments, specially as I was in net for the Leicester one.
What club do you support:
Favourite Village bar (if not your thing, say where is):
Don’t really have one but Mojo near the Town Hall is pretty good.
What do you do for a living:
Currently training to be a carer.
Do you participate in any other sports:
It's all about football for me.
What else do you do to relax:
Watch a variety of films.
Current favourite song:
In Your Pocket - Maroon Five.
Current favourite TV show:
Don't have one.
All time favourite film:
I'd have to go with the Saw series. [ok, slightly scaring us there - editor]
Favourite footballer (for football reasons):
Wouldn't say I have a favourite.
Favourite footballer (not for football reasons):
Ander Hererra or Marco Reus.
Preferred position (on the pitch!):
Describe your playing style:
Direct when running with the ball and always looking for an opportunity to cross the ball.
Premiership player your style most matches:
Theo Walcott - if I play well I play really well, if I play poorly it’s a shocker.
What made you want to try VMFC out for the first time?:
I was looking to join a Sunday league team and VMFC was the closest to get to.
Why should new players join VMFC:
New players should join VMFC because it’s a good way to help someone improve their footballing ability as anyone and everyone can join regardless of ability. Even if someone was to join mainly for the social aspects over the weekend, the club is a good way of becoming more involved as I personally found out, with there being plenty of competitive games and nights out to accompany them.