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Roker Rapport Podcast: An Interview with ex-Sunderland (and current Arsenal) striker Beth Mead!

Our Rich Speight had the pleasure of a chat with legend of the women’s game - The one and only Beth Mead - to look at her rise to the top of women’s football, and her distinguished career since she left Sunderland! You can listen for FREE on AcastiTunesSpotify, & YouTube - get stuck in.

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What’s on the agenda?

  • Where did it all begin for Beth? Who inspired her as a youngster?
  • The importance of pushing yourself to take that extra step;
  • Her time coming up, making the jump to SAFC and the players that helped her along the way;
  • London Calling; The decision to make another step up when Arsenal came knocking;
  • The privilege of pulling on the England jersey and what it means to represent your country at the highest level;
  • Arsenal’s coming season at Meadow Park under a new manager;
  • Would she ever consider coming back to the Lasses?
  • Striving to be a role model for the current and next generation;

All this and much more! Listen in!


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