10 questions with: Danny Lloyd

In the first of many player interviews, Chris Crook asked Danny Lloyd ten questions prior to County’s busy Christmas period. Take a look at his answers below.

 

 

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Q1- Whats your favourite moment so far at County? 

A – Getting to the FA Cup first round.

Q2- Who’s the worst dresser on the team? 

A – We all went out Sunday and we all looked decent to be fair, but probably Westy haha (George West).

Q3- What’s your favourite food? 

A – I love a nice steak.

Q4- What team do you support? 

A – Everton.

Q5- What’s your favourite goal of your footballing career so far? 

A – Honestly I couldn’t single one out to be honest, I’ve scored a few last minute winners and they’re always up there.

 

Photo courtesy of stockportcounty.com and Mike Petch.

 

Q6- What do you love most about Stockport County? 

A – The club in general is brilliant but the lads are great, best dressing room I’ve been a part of.

Q7- Whats your all time favourite song? 

A – Again, couldn’t really single one out to be honest.

Q8- Do you think County make the Play-offs come the end of the season?

A – Yes we are capable of it, we just need to make it happen.

Q9- If you didn’t happen to be a footballer, what would you want to do? 

A – I would love to be an F1 driver, or a golfer.

Q10- Where do you see yourself In 5 years time.

A – Tough one again, hopefully either playing full time football, or I have worked my way up in my current job and be in the corporate team.

Many thanks to Danny for your answers, we’ll see you at Harrogate on Boxing Day!

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