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Category Archives: Interviews

Ashley Williams interview: Gaffer’s music taste passes the test for Swans stalwart

Welsh international defender Ashley Williams has been a truly vital component in Swansea City’s elevation to become Wales’ first Premier League club, so he is as well-placed as any to judge the music taste around the Liberty Stadium, including that of his manager Brendan Rodgers. Read more →

Richard Garcia interview: World Cup tunes still raise a smile for Socceroos winger

Winger Richard Garcia became Hull City’s first ever World Cup player when he represented Australia against Germany in Durban on June 13th 2010 and teammate Adam Federici’s choice of music during the tournament brings the memories flooding back even now. Read more →

Kristine Lilly interview: Most-capped footballer ever recalls pre-match World Cup music

The name of Kristine Lilly will be forever associated with women’s football worldwide, indeed there isn’t an opening to this article that could do justice to all she has achieved, so let’s start with her status as the most-capped footballer ever (male or female) with 352 international caps for the USA and work from there (we’ll get on to music)! Read more →

Marcus Bean interview: Myles Weston – winger and rapper!

Among the music Brentford midfielder Marcus Bean likes to listen to is hip-hop, but while he appreciates the raps teammate Myles Weston writes, he doesn’t expect Bad Boy Records to be unveiling the winger as their new signing in the near future! Read more →

Lee Bullen interview: Ex-Owls skipper on team spirit and the music taste of Paul Sturrock!

Sheffield Wednesday secured promotion to the Championship in 2005 thanks in no small part to a unique spirit amongst the team, ability in key areas and according to former captain Lee Bullen, the odd unorthodox method from manager Paul Sturrock. Read more →