Player Of The Month October 2010

 

EVERY MONTH THE ARGYLE LEGENDS WEBSITE WILL FEATURE AN INTERVIEW WITH A PLAYER. THIS MONTH WE ASKED HASNEY ALJOFREE 15 QUESTIONS. READ HIS ANSWERS BELOW.  

 

Q:  What was your most memorable match?

A:  Saturday April 24th 2004 when we beat QPR at home to win the league, unbelievable day.

 

Q:  Who was the best Argyle player you played with?

A:  David Norris, very consistent.

 

Q:  Who was your toughest opponent?

A:  Paul Furlong of QPR.

 

Q:  You must have an amusing story you could share with us about your time at Argyle?

A:  There were a few but it must be Paul Maxwell  putting (sewing) posh designer labels on his High Street  suits to cover up the real make.

 

Q:  Now you are no longer playing football how do you occupy yourself?

A:  I’m currently coaching for Oldham Athletic Under 14’s and manager of Bury schools Under 15’s.  Also I’m shadow coaching at Manchester United’s Carrington Academy.

 

Q:  Can you recall your most embarrassing moment?

A:  Must be when I was at Swindon Town.  I wore Superman underwear for a game, we scored and during the celebrations that followed the crowd saw my underwear.

 

Q:  How has football changed over the years?

A:  The players are more professional.  The preparation to a match is key.  Also the younger pro’s have too much too soon.

 

Q:  Who was the best manager you ever played under?

A:  Paul Sturrock.

 

Q:  What was your pre-match routine?  E.g. lucky item, superstitions.

A:  I had a few rituals but mainly putting my left sock and boot on first.  Also chewing gum until 9 minutes before kick off.

 

Q:  Do you keep in touch with any of your former Argyle teammates?  If so, who?

A:  Yes.  David Norris, Tony Capaldi, Nick Chadwick, Paul Connolly, Luke McCormack and Peter Gilbert.

 

Q:  Do you think PAFC will do well this season?

A:  Hopefully reach the playoff’s, with a bit of luck.

 

Q:  If you could choose any player in the world you would have liked to have played with, who would it have been?

A:  Bryan Robson.

 

Q:  Do you follow Argyle’s progress or attend any of their matches?

A:  I always look out for Argyle as I do all of my ex clubs.

 

Q:  What is your opinion of the England Football Team.?

A:  Disappointing as the talent we have would suggest we would be world beaters.

 

Q:  What would be the highlight of your time at Argyle?

A:  Promotion and in the 5 years I was there, the constant progression.

 

THANK YOU FOR TAKING PART HASNEY.

FROM THE ARGYLE LEGENDS COMMITTEE