I contacted Bobby recently about the possibility of doing an interview for the site, and with no hesitation, he agreed. And I am glad to report he is one of the best interviews I think I will ever do! Enjoy this interview, and remember to leave a comment!
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BM - Bobby Moseley
B - You made your debut for Ireland’s under-17s last year. How does it feel to play for your country?
BM - It is an unbelievable experience and a great honour to be called up. It has gave me a lot of experience both on and off the pitch. Mainly by playing against different styles of play to the ones in England. But I have to say, playing for your country is the best feeling ever.
B - How old were you when you were spotted by Birmingham, and how did it happen?
BM - I was at Coventry from the age 9 and then transferred to Birmingham at the age of 13 and been there ever since.
B - I've noticed you play as a full-back. Do you have any tips for people on how to stop the opposing winger?
BM - Well I think it depends upon the winger you are playing against, but I think that been patient, and also being confident that you are going to stop them going past you is important.
B - Who can you see winning the Champions League final later this month?
BM - I think that it's a hard one to call, but I can see Bayern Munich clinching it.
B - Have you ever signed yourself on Football Manager for a laugh?
BM - I usually play with Birmingham, so I push myself into the first team when I can!
B - What is being able to play for a professional team's academy side like? How does it feel to get out on that pitch?
BM - Brilliant to play at such a good standard and work with such good coaches and players. Can beat getting out on the pitch on a Saturday… best thing in football.
B - What’s the biggest challenge you’ve faced in your career so far?
BM - Probably competing in the Euros with Ireland or playing games in the reserves.
B - What’s been the best moment of your career so far?
BM - I'd have to say so far either represent Republic of Ireland or signing my scholarship with Birmingham.
B - Do you try and base your game on anyone, and if so, who?
BM - I don't base my game to much on anyone, but I’d probably say Ashley Cole is the player I idolise the most.
B - What do you think the ultimate goal of a footballer's career should be?
BM - I think the ultimate goal of a footballer is to play at the highest level for as long as possible.
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