RoverTalk with Paul Willis
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Name: Paul Willis
Date of Birth: 21, Aug 1991 (24)
Position: Attacking Midfielder
Rovers appearances: 18 (1 goal)
Team supported growing up
Liverpool and Hearts.
Best advice you’ve ever been given
Play every game like it’s your last.
What age did you know you wanted to be a footballer
Probably at around five years old. I always seemed to have a ball at my feet growing up.
Favourite player growing up
What are your strengths and weaknesses in football?
I’d say running with the ball at my feet and setting up chances for the team are my strengths. Weakness would probably be the defensive side of the game.
Dunfermline, East Fife, Ayr United and I had a spell in Canada.
I always like to be the last one out when the teams are heading out.
Best player played with
Stevie Crawford. I was a young boy playing at Dunfermline at the time and his finishing was just unbelievable.
Best player played against
Joe Ledley when he was at Celtic.
Highest moment in football
Scoring a goal in the Scottish Premier League.
Lowest moment in football
Leaving Dunfermline after eight years.
Would you like to get into management in the future?
Yes, if the opportunity came up.
Best player in training
Who moans the most in the squad?
There are quite a few, I’m definitely up there but I’d have to say Ross Davidson – he’s an angry man.
Who is the joker in the squad?
Ally Love. He’s always the one to first crack a joke.
Josh Mullin would be upset if I didn’t say him.
Blair Lochhead is shocking!
Where would you like to be, in terms of football, in five years time?
If I got the chance to I’d love to go back to full-time football. If not, continue part-time.