Questions for the Players….

Our Year 6 children enjoyed sharing their afternoon with SAFC players and wanted to tell you a little bit about their experiences….

I asked Adam Matthews who is Sunderland best player and he said Jermain Defoe, my other question was your best win against crystal Palace 4-2 or 5-2 Billy said it was our best win and it was a surprise.

Jasmin Hornsey

We were asking Adam Matthews and Billy questions and I got to hold the ball on the photograph.

Willow Halliday

It has been the best day – I got my glasses case signed by both of the Sunderland players.

Dominic Ryan

The best thing about the visit was when Samson and Delilah, the two black cats came into the classroom and everybody got to get their photo with them.

Poppy Halliday

My favourite thing about the Sunderland visit was when I got my bag signed, also I asked Billy Jones, “What was your first job?”  He replied with “I was lucky enough to get onto a football team when I was 16.”

Josh Taylor

My favourite part about Sunderland A.F.C coming to our school was when Adam Matthews answered my question. I asked, “What did you want to be when you were younger?” Adam replied with “I have always wanted to be a footballer even when I was little.”

Neve Hughes

The best part from the Sunderland visit was meeting the players who are called Adam Mathews and Billy Jones.  Like  everyone else, I asked the players a question, it was ‘How did you get on to the Sunderland football team?’ Billy Jones replied with ‘It was my love for football and my determination to play.’

Charlie Begg

The best part was when Billy Jones answered my question. I asked “When were you given the opportunity to play for a football team?”  He said “I would always go to the park when I was about 9 or 10 with my Dad and then I got onto the school team and then luckily got to play for Sunderland”.

Amelia Metcalfe

My favourite moment of this afternoon was when Billy Jones answered my question, “How do you feel when you score a goal?” He replied, “ Surprised really, but then really happy.” I was very lucky because my question is on the video.

Nick Mills

The most amazing parts was getting my football singed, getting a high-five off Adam Matthews and Billy Jones and answering my question ‘who inspired you to be a footballer?’ he answered with ‘”My Bad inspired me, he would take me into the park to play footie and he would take me to lots of matches.”

Phoebe Coombe

My favourite moment was where we all asked questions about the players and I was fortunate enough to sit next to Billy Jones one of the defenders.  My question was, “How do you feel being an inspiration to so many young people?”

Shane Withers

The most amazing thing that happened this afternoon was asking Billy Jones and Adam Matthews who play for Sunderland, some questions. I asked Billy Jones, “If you didn’t play for Sunderland what team would you play for?” He said “I would like to play for my home town, Shrewsbury.”

Amelia Hicks

My favourite part was when we asked our questions to Billy Jones and Adam Matthews. I asked “What has been your worst injury?” Billy answered “I tore my ligament on my hip.” Then Adam replied “I tore my ligament in my shoulder.”

Faith Brown

The most amazing part of today was when we got to ask many questions to two players from Sunderland football club. I asked two questions, the first one was “Have you ever played for another team?” and he answered with “Yes I did, I played for West Brom”. At first I didn’t catch the name but luckily Nicholas out of the class gave me the name. The second one was “Do you like all the players on your team?” and he answered with “Yes I do really, all the lads on my team are quite a laugh and I’m really good mates with them”.

Alanna McGee

The beat part of today for me was having the experience of meeting two players from Sunderland football club and when one of them answered my question which was, “What was your worst injury?”

India Hemmer

I loved today as I got to get the signatures of two of the players.

Chloe Berry

I liked meeting the two football players from Sunderland and it was exciting that the BBC news camera was here.

Willow Halliday

 

 

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