Updated: Apr 13
Congratulations to all students who have been nominated at the club they represent 'Player of the Half Term'.
Here, the coaches explain why they have chosen their respective students for their quality and attitude on the training pitch and their performances in the league and cup games over the last five/six weeks.
ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Brighouse Town)
“ADAM PARKER, turns up every week on time and displays a great attitude to both training and games, Adam has developed a lot this year and always encourages others."
- Harry Birro
ESPFA GREATER MANCHESTER (Mossley FC)
“JUNIOR PATRICK has been very receptive in both the classroom and on the pitch. His attitude and drive to improve has been exceptional. Coming from another country has presented some new challenges, however he is determined to overcome these and he has been an exceptional member of the team this term. Well done Junior keep up the hard work!"
- Aiden Brookes
ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Ossett United)
“ASHTON GAWTHORPE is a great character to have in the dressing room. He’s always available for training and does everything with a high intensity. He shows great athleticism, agility and reflexes making him a great shot stopper and often keeps the team in the game."
- Isaac Assenso
ESPFA CHESHIRE (Runcorn Linnets)
“JORDAN HARDY has shown continuous progress and development in a number of areas this term, in particular his willingness to get further forward and take on opportunities to score. He is growing in confidence and has been one of the biggest contributors to our success on the pitch this term."
- Steve Chaney
ESPFA LANCASHIRE (Skelmersdale United)
“Since I have come in, JOE TURNER has epitomised everything we’ve looked to build as a group. His tireless work-rate and relentless running has lead to him being at the core of the majority of the recent success we’ve had and he is now playing with a confidence that many people wouldn’t have seen before. Keep it up JT!"
- Liam Hand
ESPFA CHESHIRE (Witton Albion)
“I nominate ZACH WILLIAMS for player of the half term. His late goals against Runcorn and Skelmersdale show that he never gives up and gives his all. A very talented player that can play anywhere in the attacking third and still have an impact on games. Keep up the good work Zach!"
- Peter Currah-Hall