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PNE Podcast: Season 2 Episode 41

24 April 2019

Following on from the Easter period, ahead of the final home game of the campaign the latest Official PNE Club Podcast is out now.

Available through both iTunes here and Soundcloud here the podcast is available on a weekly basis throughout the course of the season.

The latest episode is also available directly here on the club website.

This week we catch up with on-loan forward Lukas Nmecha. The young Manchester City star speaks exclusively to the podcast following the defeat in Wigan Athletic but having doubled his account for the Lilywhites with a brace against Ipswich on Good Friday.

The 20-year-old details how much he’s learned during his season-long stay at Deepdale, during what has been his first loan away from parent club Man City and a first taste of regular first team football.

Paul Gallagher, having captained the side at the DW also shares his thoughts with iFollow PNE, after a frustrating day at the office against Wigan.

Former North End forward, turned summariser with iFollow PNE, Brett Ormerod also joins us this week.

He reflects on a largely positive season for North End given the circumstances with injuries and tough start to the season.

Having seen plenty of the Lilywhites through the Easter period, and duration of the season, the former frontman believes there is plenty to be positive moving into the summer for North End.

Away from the first team we check in with Academy Manager Nick Harrison. Having reached the FA Youth Cup Fifth Round it has been a successful season for the academy, who also played in the Lancashire FA Youth Cup Final at the weekend.

With the likes of Adam O’Reilly and Ethan Walker both having made first team debuts during the course of the season Harrison is pleased with the development of a number of his young stars.

There’s all of that plus Star Six returns this week. Former North End winger Chris Sedgwick, who joined Saturday’s opponents Sheffield Wednesday after his time at Deepdale, shares his memories of the best players he turned out with.

Having turned out for the Lilywhites over 250 times during his six years at Deepdale there is plenty of thinking to be done too!

The podcast is brought to you weekly by host Guy Clarke. It’s available through a number of platforms including iTunes, Soundcloud, TuneIn and right here on the club website.

As always, if you want to feature on coming any episodes and share your views in our ‘Talk of the Terrace’ feature just email media@pne.com. You can also get in touch through social media using #PNEPodcast.


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