” If you are in any position of influence, then it’s almost your duty to try to help. If people don’t have the ability or opportunity to help themselves, then sometimes it’s got to come from someone who can. “


” Kids will never go under the radar any more because there are so many scouts at grassroots level. Also, if you come out of a professional academy, it’s a very lonely place for a child and some kids don’t bounce back from it. “


” As much as you want to improve or help the team, as a centre-back your job is to go under the radar and keep the ball out of the net. If you do that and let the strikers get all the adulation and the headlines, then you’re probably doing your job. “


” I have never pulled a muscle and I don’t see myself as a person who needs to try and stay fit. I just need to play games and you can never replicate that in training. “


” If you make one thing your life and soul – as much as football is my career and main focus – then it turns into a very mentally unstable place to be. “


” Whenever you’re playing in the Championship or League football, you know there are play-offs at the end of it. If you miss out on the top two, it’s a great alternative to play in a play-off final. “


” I think if you’re not conceding so many goals, it gives you a great platform to win games. “


” So being unable to play for so long isn’t where you want to be as a footballer. And if you are not playing for long periods of time, your career is only going to go one way. “


” In moments of difficulty there are positives you can take and lessons you can learn. “



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If you are in any position of influence, then it’s almost your duty to try to help. If people don’t have the ability or opportunity to help themselves, then sometimes it’s got to come from someone who can.
Kids will never go under the radar any more because there are so many scouts at grassroots level. Also, if you come out of a professional academy, it’s a very lonely place for a child and some kids don’t bounce back from it.
As much as you want to improve or help the team, as a centre-back your job is to go under the radar and keep the ball out of the net. If you do that and let the strikers get all the adulation and the headlines, then you’re probably doing your job.
I have never pulled a muscle and I don’t see myself as a person who needs to try and stay fit. I just need to play games and you can never replicate that in training.
If you make one thing your life and soul - as much as football is my career and main focus - then it turns into a very mentally unstable place to be.
Whenever you’re playing in the Championship or League football, you know there are play-offs at the end of it. If you miss out on the top two, it’s a great alternative to play in a play-off final.
I think if you’re not conceding so many goals, it gives you a great platform to win games.
So being unable to play for so long isn’t where you want to be as a footballer. And if you are not playing for long periods of time, your career is only going to go one way.
In moments of difficulty there are positives you can take and lessons you can learn.

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