Published: 08:41, 23 January 2019
| Updated: 08:41, 23 January 2019
Margate's former Dover, Tonbridge and Maidstone striker Frannie Collin is this week's guest on the KM Football Podcast.
After a dozen league outings for Gillingham, he started a career in non-league by winning back-to-back promotions at Crabble.
Collin enjoyed more success with the Angels, where he was named Conference South player-of-the-year in the same season as winning the Golden Boot.
A move to Maidstone followed and Collin won promotion from the Ryman League Premier Division with a third different club as well as famously scoring the televised goals that knocked Stevenage out of the FA Cup.
The 31-year-old joined us for an in-depth chat about his career, which he reveals almost took him north of the border as a youngster.
There's also a look back over the weekend's action for our teams and Collin talks about Maidstone's current plight at the wrong end of the National League.
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