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Friday Night Live! Get involved tonight @ 8pm with our interactive Twitter Podcast, SAFC fans!

Join us tonight at 8pm over on the Roker Report Twitter page as we host our ‘Friday Night LIVE’ Twitter Spaces Podcast, talking all-things Sunderland ahead of tomorrow’s game - and you can take part!

Sean Brown

Over the last few months, we’ve been trialing something a little different which you may or may not have seen over on the @RokerReport Twitter feed.

Recently, Twitter introduced a new feature called Twitter Spaces which, in simple terms, is basically a live, interactive podcast function that you can use to communicate out to your followers.

We ran our very first Twitter Space on Deadline Day, which was a huge success watched by thousands of fans, and have subsequently carried that on by starting a live Sunderland AFC Ladies Twitter Spaces Podcast on Monday evenings between 8pm-9pm.

We’ve also started doing them on Friday nights, again between 8pm-9pm, just running down everything ahead of the weekend’s game and having a bit of craic with a few beers.

We’re back, tonight at 8pm, to chat about Rotherham v Sunderland (and everything in-between) - and YOU can get involved!

How can I listen/take part?

It’s very simple - just make sure that you are following us on Twitter (click here for our page) and then at 8pm, when we go live, click the prompt at the top of your app to join the conversation.

If you’d like to take part, tweet us with your question for the lads, or if you’d like to go one step further and actually jump in and talk live on the air, you can request to speak once you’re in the chat - easy peasy, lemon squeezy.

Another easy way to join is to click the tweet below, and then press ‘Set a Reminder’ - that way, you’ll get a notification on your device when we go live tonight at 8.

See you then!


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