Published: 08:14, 03 April 2019
| Updated: 08:15, 03 April 2019
Ebbsfleet midfielder Andy Drury gives the inside view of a troubled week off the field at Stonebridge Road - and looks back at happier times during his career.
The 35-year-old opened up about the long-running issue of late wage payments and the impact it was having on players and their families.
Drury also spoke about the Fleet's play-off chances in the National League and how they've managed to keep getting results.
Not many players from Kent have gone on to have better careers in recent years and Drury shared some fascinating stories from the transfer market.
Find out which manager was sacked the day he was due to sign, who failed to turn up for a meeting and which man used deployed the hairdryer at half-time in every game!
Drury talks about playing in the Championship for Ipswich, where he was in competition with Jimmy Bullard and Lee Bowyer among others.
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