Elliot Bradbrook is on the podcast talking about his 10 years at Dartford and where his leadership qualities were first unearthed.
Craig Stone reveals how close he came to quitting football after serious injury forced him to sign on at the Job Centre.
Jamie Day talks success with Welling, failure at Ebbsfleet and how he ended up in charge of an international football team.
Andy Hessenthaler talks Dover and Gillingham on this week's podcast and reveals which other Kent club he almost joined this season.
Jay Saunders tells us what really happened when he left Maidstone and looks to the future after saving Margate from relegation.
Ebbsfleet midfielder Andy Drury gives the inside view of a troubled week off the field - and looks back at happier times during his career.
Tough-tackling Steve McKimm reveals which of his team-mates liked to strip off in public and recalls the day he feared he had cancer.
Don't expect to see Steve Brown take another manager's job as he explains in this interview which mixes sadness and laughter with some great stories.
Hear from Cray Valley and Canterbury City in this special podcast as the league rivals prepare for their historic FA Vase semi-final.
It's an emotional podcast this week as Dartford striker Andy Pugh discusses his long road back from a serious injury.
Stuart Lewis joins us to discuss an incident-packed career which has taken him to Gillingham, Ebbsfleet, Maidstone and Dover.
Ashford boss Tommy Warrilow discusses life back in the dugout, a freak dog-bite injury - and what it's like to manage a club that goes bust.
Fare dodgers, knife threats, life-saving and his own heart attack - you don't want to miss our latest podcast with a Kent football legend.
Nicky Southall celebrated his birthday by joining us to talk Gillingham, Maidstone and Dover - plus Premier League memories.
Frannie Collin joins us to talk penalties, promotions and plastering - and the dog bite fans won't let him forget!
Danny Kedwell joins us in the studio to discuss his career - but this revealing interview is about more than just football.
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