Episode 1825: The Player’s Chair With Danny Rose
Danny Rose has been one of the most outspoken and arresting voices in English football for the last number of years, and he’s our guest today on The Players Chair – as Richie Sadlier and Ken Early present a change to our regular Second Captains World Service Monday schedule.
In this exclusive interview with Richie, we hear Danny’s thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, and we focus on the incidents of racism he still faces as a premier league footballer going about his daily life.
We also discuss why he can’t wait to see the back of his football career, the reason he wants another season at Tottenham and why he speaks up on social issues in society and football.
And as well as all that, we also find time to briefly touch on Mikel Arteta jumping into the brawny, welcoming arms of serial winner David Luiz ahead of tomorrow’s Football show on the world service.
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