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KentOnline Podcast: Sheppey United and Maidstone United players suffer racist and homophobic abuse during season kick-off

The start of the new football season has been marred by racist and homophobic abuse.

A Maidstone United player received racist abuse from a spectator, while Sheppey United's Jahmal Howlett-Mundle - who appeared on the podcast just last week to talk about coming out as bisexual to his team mates - said he received homophobic abuse.

Also in today's podcast, we hear about the hopes a new medical school in Kent will help tackle the shortage of doctors in the county.

An exclusive over-25's party organised in a village has been given the go ahead - despite complaints from residents about last year's event.

Plus, we look break down the final weekend of the Tokyo Olympics, as athletes prepare to head home.

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