The first time we met Damien Delaney was three years ago at a live show in London, back when he was still a Crystal Palace player.

That night he told us the story of his career and how much of a late bloomer he was. Today he tells us about a potentially career-ending injury, the new manager bounce, the gulf between knowing and doing, and the game that changed his life.

Plus there’s Roy Keane’s gift, knowing class when you see it and Ken has a theory on Novak Djokovic’s anti-vaccine stance.

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