Ahead of Saturday’s Derby Day clash with Blackburn Rovers the latest official PNE Podcast is now out!
Available through both iTunes and Soundcloud 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.
Midfielder Alan Browne speaks exclusively to the podcast this week, ahead of the derby trip to Ewood Park to take on Blackburn Rovers.
Having scored in the reverse fixture at Deepdale in November, the Irishman discusses PNE’s strong recent form as they head to Blackburn having won the last four in a row away from home.
The 23-year-old also talks about PNE play-off chances having closed the gap to the top six in recent weeks.
Former North End and Blackburn goalkeeper Alan Kelly also joins us on the line in this week’s episode too.
Having watched on at Deepdale back in November he reflects on the free-flowing Lilywhites’ approach and also gives his views on Declan Rudd’s strong form behind the back four during the club’s nine-game unbeaten run.
There’s all of that, plus we have ‘Talk of the Terrace’ as we’re joined by PNE supporter Harry Trice.
Star Six features former Lilywhites defender Callum Davidson, who spent over seven years at Deepdale as well as having spent time with Blackburn earlier in his career.
The Scot lifts the lid on his penalty technique, as well as his fond memories of his time with North End whilst sharing his views on the best players he turned out with at Deepdale.
You can also hear the thoughts of manager Alex Neil following Saturday’s draw with Bristol City.
Plus we listen back to November’s Deepdale win over Blackburn Rovers ahead of the trip to Ewood Park.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also get in touch through social media using #PNEPodcast.