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Chambers - "I’m Just Trying to Make the Most of the Time I Have Left"

2:28 pm Thursday, 17 March 2016
Walsall Captain Adam Chambers has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's League 1 meeting with Colchester United, and has discussed his desire to keep on playing, but insists he will not stick around if he cannot contribute to the team.
Walsall Captain Adam Chambers has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's League 1 meeting with Colchester United, and has discussed his desire to keep on playing, but insists he will not stick around if he cannot contribute to the team.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Adam said; “It’s hard to put a number on. I’ve always said that if I feel like I’m still fit enough and can contribute to the good of the team then I will keep playing.

“I don’t want to be hanging around and not doing anything. I try and take good care of myself.

“I enjoy playing football, I know it can’t last forever but I’m just trying to make the most of the time I have left. I think I’d know myself when the time comes to stop.

"James has got his own thing so, obviously, I’m pleased for him. It would have been nice if he could have been involved this season where we’ve been up at the top of the table but I’m happy for him.

“He’s got something that he’s moved on to, that he’s really passionate about and looking to do well with.

"There are a couple of things that I’m mulling over really in terms of life after football. One of them is staying in football and I’m looking to go into coaching. I’ve been doing the UEFA B licence, but that’s nearly finished now.

“There are a few things I’m thinking about away from football, but I’ll decide closer to the time I actually do call it a day.

“From my point of view, it has been a good experience working with Dean Smith, Richard O’Kelly and Sean O’Driscoll, as well as Neil Cutler, Jon Whitney and John Ward. There are a lot of people to gain experience and take ideas from.”

SOURCE | EXPRESS & STAR


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