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Tom Bonner: I'd never played right-back before!

Tom Bonner: I'd never played right-back before!

Tom Bonner reveals what really happened before Ebbsfleet's play-off final with Maidstone - plus the secret behind Steve King's Dartford success.

Tokyo 2020: 'There's nothing special about being a pro'

Tokyo 2020: 'There's nothing special about being a pro'

Listen to our new Kent's Sporting Dreams podcast with Gravesend boxer Cheavon Clarke on the Tokyo Olympics, being on Team GB and turning professional.

Gary Alexander: The best Wembley goal ever?

Gary Alexander: The best Wembley goal ever?

Gary Alexander on a special goal at Wembley, why he took the Ashford job, playing for now Gills boss Steve Evans and over 500 league appearances.

Dean Frost: Confessions of a gambler

Dean Frost: Confessions of a gambler

Former Ebbsfleet and Welling coach Dean Frost hopes sharing his battles against a gambling addiction will help others in a similar situation.

Ben Greenhalgh: The Italian Job

Ben Greenhalgh: The Italian Job

From match-fixing to Jose Mourinho, Ben Greenhalgh looks back after winning Football's Next Star plus he recalls a memorable engagement story.

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Ady Pennock: I had death threats as Gills manager

Ady Pennock: I had death threats as Gills manager

Ady Pennock reveals the hatred directed at him and his family while he was Gillingham manager.

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Steve King: A managerial masterclass

Steve King: A managerial masterclass

New Dartford boss Steve King talks budgets, Welling, and his Football League dream in a podcast you can't afford to miss.

George Elokobi: From rags to riches

George Elokobi: From rags to riches

Maidstone defender George Elokobi's inspiring story from Cameroon to the Premier League, plus he tells us if he'd walk off due to racist abuse.

Liam Daish: No holds barred

Liam Daish: No holds barred

Listen as Liam Daish opens up on his departure from Ebbsfleet in his most revealing interview ever.

Dean Rance: Calling the shots

Dean Rance: Calling the shots

Dean Rance talks Gillingham, Dover and six dramatic years at Ebbsfleet in an action-packed podcast.

Lee Worgan: From the Crazy Gang to Crabble

Lee Worgan: From the Crazy Gang to Crabble

Dover keeper Lee Worgan recalls the infamous Wimbledon pranks which took place in the days of Vinnie Jones.

Oliver Ash: Running Maidstone United

Oliver Ash: Running Maidstone United

Listen as Maidstone co-owner Oliver Ash joins us for a special edition of the KM Football Podcast.

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Ryan Hayes: The wing wizard

Ryan Hayes: The wing wizard

Mercurial Dartford star Ryan Hayes discusses the highs and lows of his non-league career and reveals plans to go into management.

Cody McDonald: Secrets of a goalscorer

Cody McDonald: Secrets of a goalscorer

Listen as Cody McDonald re-lives his best years at Gillingham and reveals the latest on his serious knee injury.

Neil Smith: A rollercoaster ride

Neil Smith: A rollercoaster ride

Gary Lineker, Michael Jackson, Hugh Grant and the Fake Sheikh all get a mention as Bromley boss Neil Smith talks us through his incredible career.

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Neil Cugley: Still going strong

Neil Cugley: Still going strong

Listen as Neil Cugley re-lives the highlights of his extraordinary career - and the devastating low point when tragedy struck on the pitch.

Francis Duku: Changing the game

Francis Duku: Changing the game

Francis Duku explains how and why he launched non-league football's version of the PFA - and shares some great stories from his career.

Matt Godden: Mum's the word

Matt Godden: Mum's the word

Matt Godden tells us about his desire to play in the Championship and shares the heartbreaking news which has rocked his family.

Nathan Elder: Time to set new goals

Nathan Elder: Time to set new goals

Nathan Elder talks about the art of being a target man and the day he feared a bad challenge was going to send him blind in one eye.

Steve Watt: Water under the Bridge

Steve Watt: Water under the Bridge

Steve Watt is on the podcast talking Chelsea, Maidstone and how his first manager's job ended up with two of his own players fighting.

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