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My Favourite - Travis Cole

9 months ago By Sean Galea-Pace

Throughout the season, different Lowestoft players will be quizzed on all their favourite things. This week, Travis Cole steps into the hot seat.

Pasta. I really like Tuna Pasta. Don't mind a bit of Spaghetti Bolognese too so definitely pasta.

Fast and Furious. I like action-packed films. I'm buzzing for the new film, I think it comes out next year and I can't wait.

Michael Schofield from Prison Break because he's very intelligent.

(Can you remember his real name?)
Yeah, Wentworth Miller. He's a great actor and a very smart character.

Holiday destination?
Dubai, I've always dreamt of going there.

Country you've been to?
I've only ever been to Turkey with the ex-girlfriend but we better not mention that!


(Apart from that!)
Motocross, I used to race Motocross when I was younger.

Ipswich. I played for them when I was younger and was brought up with them.

(Does your family support Ipswich?)
Nah they don't actually. Dad's half are all Norwich fans but Mum has always been a blue.

Ipswich player?
I would go for Luke Chambers. I just love his passion and he's a good footballer as well.

All-time player?
I'm a big fan of Messi. Even though I'm a defender, I just love Messi.

Lowestoft Teammate?
Reedy. He's got a lot of experience to teach me and I look up to him. (I'll have to remember to tell him that he's your hero!)

Moment in football?
Got it already – scoring against Norwich. Very recent one but hard to be topped being an Ipswich lad.

Game played in football?
Definitely the Norwich game to date.

Grime. I like Stormzy, AJ Tracy, P Money. Those sort of people.

Pre-match ritual?
Hot bath. Always have to have a hot bath before a game. I have a bit of OCD when it comes to packing my kit. I have to make sure that it's all packed an hour before I have to leave. I have to make sure my boots are all cleaned, get everything right and then I can settle down for a bit.

Thing about playing for Lowestoft?
It's my home-town and my friends and family can easily come down and watch me play. I love playing for my home-town club.

Updated 09:04 - 27 Aug 2017 by Sean Galea-Pace

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