Roker Report interviewer Matthew Crichton sat down with John Oster to discuss his career as a footballer, including his six year spell at Sunderland. The former Wales international made 71 first-team appearances for Sunderland scoring five goals, he played the majority of his football in the 2003/04 season as the club reached the FA Cup semi-finals and were eliminated from the Championship play-offs on penalties.
What can I expect from the Interview?
- Oster discusses his recent appointment as assistant manager of non-league club Whickham FC;
- His time at Sunderland, including his standout season under Mick McCarthy in addition to Sunderland’s record Premier League finishes under Peter Reid;
- Why his international career came to an end with Wales under manager John Toshack;
- His career highlights at clubs such as: Grimsby, Everton, Reading, Crystal Palace, Doncaster and Gateshead;
- His opinion on ex-teammates being linked with Sunderland;
- Who the best manager he played under was, and who would be in his five-a-side team from his playing career...
How do I listen?
You can listen the video interview on the Roker Report YouTube channel!
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