Ahead of this weekend’s Gentry Day visit to West Bromwich Albion, this week’s Gentry-theme Official PNE Club Podcast is now out.
The latest episode is also available directly here on the club website.
Ahead of the visit to West Brom on Saturday, to mark this year’s Gentry Day, we’ve plenty in store.
Midfielder Alan Browne looks forward to the occasion as North End look to bounce back from recent results.
Having captained the side since his return from injury against both Sheffield United and Leeds United, the Irishman is now hopeful the squad can push on heading into the final five games of the season.
Manager Alex Neil also gives his reaction to Tuesday night’s game, ahead of the trip to the Hawthorns.
Former strike duo Jon Parkin and Chris Brown also check in with us to share the players' perspective of Gentry Day.
With knowledge of what it takes to gate-crash the top six, having done so back in 2009, they reflect on their time at Deepdale heading into the run-in giving an opinion on how far the current crop at Deepdale can go.
We take a look at Saturday’s opposition as Matt Clayton gives us the low-down on West Brom ahead of the 100th league meeting between two of the Football League’s Founder Members.
There’s all that, plus the latest instalment of Star Six too. Having scored on the very first Gentry Day at Loftus Road back in February 2005 Chris Lucketti talks us through the best players he played with at North End.
Reflecting on the importance of Gentry Day to the supporters, Lucketti speaks about the bond the day created with that group of players, before going on to reminisce over those he shared the pitch with at Deepdale.
There’s also news this week on how you can vote in this year’s Player of the Year Awards.
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.
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