Chris Craft: ‘I was a bit shocked when I got in there’

The former England international was one of the most decorated players in England’s history.

But, in his first game back in the Premier League, the 29-year-old was booed off the pitch when he failed to score.

Craft then had to wait until the end of the game to score his first league goal.

And it wasn’t until the following weekend that he broke his own record for most consecutive Premier League goals.

His record was broken again when he was named Player of the Month for February.

Craft is now one of England’s top goal scorers and he is looking forward to the challenge of the MLS season.

“I think it’s going to be a fantastic season,” Craft said.

“The Premier League is a big league and the best players are going to play in it.

I think there’s a lot of exciting players.

I’m looking forward really to the MLS.

It’s a massive game for everyone involved.” 

But there is more to come from Craft in his new MLS role. 

“I think I’m getting more and more comfortable and I’m enjoying every minute of it,” he said.

It helps that I’ve been playing with a lot more experience and a lot better quality. “

You’re at the top level and you’ve got to go out there and perform.

It helps that I’ve been playing with a lot more experience and a lot better quality. 

And there is also the chance for the league to expand, too, and he’s hoping to continue playing in the top flight. 

But Craft has had to adapt his game as he has matured. 

 “But now I think I’ve got a better chance to play more centrally and that’s really helped me as a player.” “

Now I’m trying to be more of a striker and I’ve always been a striker,” he explained. 

 “But now I think I’ve got a better chance to play more centrally and that’s really helped me as a player.” 

The midfielder has made a name for himself as a goalscorer with his speed and creativity, but Craft is also known for his pace and his ability to find the back of the net. 

For now, he has his eyes on the Premier Cup. 

Craft has scored two goals in his past two Premier League games.

“We’ve got some big games coming up in the league and it would be great to score three in that time,” he added. 

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