We recently had the privilege to ask football fan Vizeh (who also has a popular YouTube channel with over 25,000 subscribers) some questions about football, YouTube, and his beloved Burnley! Check out Vizeh's YouTube channel here.
How did you first get into making YouTube videos?
Surprisingly my first upload on YouTube in fact was a Call of Duty Montage on MW2 in 2010, I spent a good 2 years non stop playing that game sadly. However I first decided to give YouTube a go early 2013 when my mum passed away, it was a coping mechanism and it helped take things off my mind, since then I didn't stop, and when I got people saying they enjoy my stuff it only made me more determined.
Congratulations on recently hitting 25,000 subscribers on YouTube. What are your long term goals for your YouTube channel?
Appreciate the support aha! My long term goals is simple, try to entertain as many people as I possibly can. I want to establish my brand and most importantly get more recognition to the Burnley VLOGS, the fan culture on YouTube nowadays is either getting a negative light, such as ArsenalFanTV, or not getting any what so ever.
We saw you feature on Fan TV last year, what was it like appearing on live TV?
It was an unbelievable experience to see what happens behind the camera lens. Was certainly more excited than nervous even though I told friends and family i'll be on. Fortunately I was used to talking to a camera so there wasn't an awkwardness to it, will never forget it.
How long have you been going to Burnley games for, and what's been your favourite moment from a game?
I've been a season ticket holder since I was 8 years old in the 2006/07 season, back in good old days of Andy Gray and James O'Connor, this was thanks to my brother, since then I felt great pride with my club.
It's a very tough choice as there has been a lot of good times in these last years. For me it's Michael Keane's 90th minute equaliser against Boro, our closest rivals that season, that goal practically sent us to win the title. Words can't describe how sweet it tasted to see that ball roll in, that's why fortunately I was able to record the scenes around me that day to look back on!
Finally, what are your hopes for the Burnley this season, and in the long term?
Stay in the Premier League. It's that simple we as a club are breaking WAYYYY out of our depth, our town is tiny and it means everything to be in the best league in the world. In the long term I want to see the town and the club grow, the money that the Prem brings can be used to help shape the town itself and establish itself as a Premier League club. Thanks for the questions mate, good luck!
We'd like to thank Vizeh once again for agreeing to answer our questions, hopefully we can work together again at some point in the future!
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