Apr 4 2012 By Matt Lewis
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FANS’ FAVOURITE Tom Cadmore doesn’t want the burden of the Hayes & Yeading captaincy.
The 24-year-old is the club’s record appearance holder and recently played his 200th game for United.
But despite clocking up his double century, Cadmore insists he is happy to remain a member of the Hayes & Yeading squad rather than lead it.
Cadmore said: “I had the captaincy a couple of years ago but I wasn’t playing full-time so it wasn’t really working and I gave it up.”
The former Enland C international was juggling his role as skipper with his job as an accountant, a career path he is still exploring.
“My accountancy is still going well,” he said. “I will always play football and work are very accommodating, so as long as I can keep playing I will.”
And while he manages a busy workload, Cadmore is happy to let team-mate Jamie Hand (pictured) continue to skipper the side.
He said: Jamie [Hand] is more of a talker and a leader than me so I’m happy for him to be captain.”
Hand had a three-month loan spell at Luton Town earlier this season before returning to the club last December against Fleetwood.