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10 Questions: Mark Cullen

22 February 2017

Get To Know Blackpool Striker

Striker Mark Cullen, a big personality in the Blackpool dressing room, has found the net on three occasions so far this season. 

Here he reveals a bit more about himself by answering our 10 questions.

You’re given the microphone in front of your team mates, what song do you sing?

I usually sing Uncle Kracker – Follow Me. It’s a personal favourite of mine and everyone else’s, so I like to give the fans what they want.   

You have five pounds left to spend, what do you buy?

I'd probably go to Tesco and get myself a little meal deal. It’d be a chicken salad sarnie, a bottle of Coca Cola and a McVitie’s Digestive bar. I’ll then have about £1.30 spare, so I’ll get a Kinder Bueno and put any change in the charity box.  

What did you go as to your last fancy dress party?

I wore a special suit on my Stag Do. 

Who do you room with on away trips and what are they like for company?

I’ve had a few this season but Eddie Nolan is much appreciated because we share a car school and play Football Manager together.   

What is the most used app on your mobile phone?

It would probably be a social media thing, like Instagram or Twitter.  

Not including the current squad, who is the best player you’ve played with?

I played with quite a few at Hull, like Nicky Barmby and Jimmy Bullard. The one I’d say is Geovanni. 

What’s the best holiday you’ve ever been on and why?

I went on a couple of holidays to Egypt back in the day. I went about four times to the same place.  

If you had one super power, what would it be and why?

I think I’d fly, I would have been invisible but I think I’d get bored after a couple of days. Flying would benefit me in the long run.  

Who is your best friend in football? 

Eddie Nolan is my best mate in the world. He’s the best guy I’ve ever met, a lovely chap.  

What was your first football kit and which name did you put on the back?

It was a black and white Newcastle kit with number nine Alan Shearer on the back.




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