Very happy. There were times when I felt a wee bit unsure that I’d get the result I wanted, but I now know I’m graduating with a good result and I’m delighted.
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Meeting new people, that was a massive part of it. The lecturers were great, and you had the social aspect too. The facilities are also fantastic. All of this pushed me on to do the best I can.
It was difficult because I’ve also got another part -time job. So I had a part-time job which is football, a part time job which isn’t football and my studies!
I prefer being busy than not having much to do though.
I have a vast knowledge now on how to train, what to eat and even how to mentally prepare for matches.
I’ve actually changed the way I train because of my degree. There are different methods of training, and through research you can analyse the results. I’ve seen improvements in my performances because of this.
I’ve signed a new contract with Forfar, so I’ll still be playing professional football. I’m also going to do a Masters degree. That will relate to football.
I’m not completely sure, but I’ve always dreamed of playing football abroad or going full-time. I think that would be my main aim, but if I don’t do that I’d like to play part-time and look for a job involving physiology and helping people to get the best out of their lives through fitness and performance.