Published: 07:30, 09 September 2019
| Updated: 07:33, 09 September 2019
Nothing was off limits when we sat down with legendary Ebbsfleet manager Liam Daish.
The 50-year-old revealed what happened in the meeting which saw him depart the club in 2013 after eight years.
Daish re-lives the infamous 'Battle of Ancona' with Birmingham City in the Anglo-Italian Cup after which attempts were made to extradite the centre-half in order for him to stand trial in Italy.
After amazing success with Cambridge United early in his career, Daish's move to St Andrew's catapulted him onto the big stage - especially with Barry Fry in the dugout while David Gold, David Sullivan and Karren Brady were running the club.
Daish found himself up against Shearer, Fowler and Cantona with Coventry in the Premier League - so who was the toughest opponent?
But with an honourable mention for the catering at Welling during his brief time there, above all this is the most open and honest account of Daish's record-breaking reign at the Fleet.
From the cheers at Wembley to fears for the club's very existence and tears as we remember Paul McCarthy, it's all here in a podcast you simply can't miss.
If you've missed any of our previous episodes, or want to listen again, the links are below:
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