We look back through our featured Junior Iron Club members this season, with each selected participant answering questions for the matchday programme before getting an opportunity to interview an Iron player.
Mason was our sixth member to get the chance to take part, with the then-six-year-old featured in the new-look Junior Iron Mini Mag for our younger supporters. He also got the opportunity to interview forward Abo Eisa, asking him his choice of questions.
This interview was featured in our programme when we faced Bradford City back in September.
Here's his interview, plus Abo Eisa's answers...
What's been the best part of being a JIC member? The opportunity to be in a club.
How long have you been supporting the Iron? I have supported the since last year.
Tell us about your first game. I was a mascot at the Barnsley game and thought it was England.
Tell us about your favourite game. My favourite game was when I was a mascot and got to play football on the pitch.
Who is your favourite Scunthorpe United player of all time? Andy Butler
Who is your favourite current Scunthorpe United player? Andy Butler
Tell us your favourite parts of a matchday… Getting a burger at half-time!
Who do you come to games with? I come to games with my mum, dad and brother.
Do you play football and if so, who for and what position do you play? I play in the garden with my brother. I like to smash him like I’m in defence.
Which game are you most looking forward to this season and why? Grimsby away because we go to the beach there!
Mason interviews Abo Eisa…
What team(s) do you support? Manchester United.
What’s the proudest moment of your career so far? Scoring my first professional goal for Shrewsbury Town, which was against Bury in a game we drew 1-1.
What’s your favourite part of a match day? Playing the match, definitely!
Do you have a music soundtrack before kick-off? I just put all the songs I have on shuffle.
Who’s your best friend in football? I have a couple of good friends in football, but I’d have to say Arthur Gnahoua from my time at Shrewsbury.
You can still sign up to be a member of the Junior Iron Club!
JIC Membership Benefits Include;
> Exclusive JIC membership card & welcome certificate
> Special JIC goodie bag at a Welcome Day event
> FREE entry to special JIC Events
> 5% Members discount off official club merchandise
> £2 off Official Away Coach Travel
> Exclusive JIC social media competitions
> Designated JIS section on the official SUFC website
> Birthday mentions in match day programme and online
> Monthly prize draws to win money can’t buy experiences
> Plus more to come!
All of this is available for just £20 annual membership for the 2019/20 season. Parents can sign their children up now by visiting www.sufctickets.com or call in to the ticket office and complete the application form.
For further information, or if you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01724 747670.