Archive for ‘Interviews’

January 27, 2012

Interview: Andy Impey

When 18-year-old Andy Impey caught the eye of First Division side Queens Park Rangers in 1990, it was his shot at the big time. Recommended by the late scout Bobby Ross because of his raw pace and pinpoint crossing ability, QPR offered Impey a chance to impress on trial.

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April 24, 2011

Interview: Darren Eadie

The left side of England’s midfield has, in recent years, provided the country with a rather big dilemma. A whole host of largely right-footed players have tried, and often failed, to impress on the left flank, with the phrases “Ryan Giggs” and “if only” regularly bandied about after another candidate is unsuccessful, as if only to rub salt in the national team’s wounds. However, one player who critics have said could have been the answer to England’s left-sided problem, is former Norwich and Leicester winger, Darren Eadie.

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April 11, 2011

Interview: Chima Okorie

There aren’t many people involved in football who can justify being called a pioneer. Arthur Wharton, world football’s first black professional is one, whilst Amy Fearn is another, after becoming the first woman to referee a match in The Football League last year. However in India, footballing pioneers don’t come much bigger than Chima Okorie.

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April 9, 2011

Interview: Terry Fleming

When you see Terry Fleming galloping around the football pitch, you could be forgiven for thinking the Marston Green-born right-back is a fresh-faced 21-year-old, keen to make his mark on the game. In reality the enthusiastic Lincoln United player-manager’s career is now into its third decade. At 38-years-old, he is now in the twilight of his playing days.

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