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KM Football Podcast 40 - Oliver Ash

By Steve Tervet

We're used to hearing from players and managers on the podcast but this week we're joined by an owner for the first time.

Oliver Ash is with us to examine a summer of transition at Maidstone United following their relegation from the National League.

He discusses the departure of Jay Saunders, the appointment of Harry Wheeler and how things are now shaping up under John Still.

Ash reveals why he got involved with the club in the first place and how close they were to going bust before a rescue plan was hatched.

He re-lives some of the amazing highs the Stones have enjoyed since he teamed up with Terry Casey and Bill Williams to lead the club into a new era.

Ash also has his say on 3G pitches and why financial controls in football need to be tightened.

It's an hour of genuine insight into the workings of a non-league club from a man whose opinions are always worth listening to!

If you've missed any of our previous episodes, or want to listen again, the links are below:

23/7/19 - Ryan Hayes

17/7/19 - Cody McDonald

25/6/19 - Neil Smith

18/6/19 - Neil Cugley

4/6/19 - Francis Duku

29/5/19 - Matt Godden

21/5/19 - Nathan Elder

14/5/19 - Steve Watt

6/5/19 - Elliot Bradbrook

30/4/19 - Craig Stone

22/4/19 - Jamie Day

16/4/19 - Andy Hessenthaler

9/4/19 - Jay Saunders

2/4/19 - Andy Drury

26/3/19 - Steve McKimm

19/3/19 - Steve Brown

11/3/19 - FA Vase special

4/3/19 - Andy Pugh

27/2/19 - Stuart Lewis

19/2/19 - Tommy Warrilow

5/2/19 - Tony Burman

29/1/19 - Nicky Southall

23/1/19 - Frannie Collin

15/1/19 - Danny Kedwell

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