ROKER RAPPORT PODCAST: "What's the use in having a story if you don't tell it?" with Malcolm Bramley!
Joining Connor Bromley in the studio to analyse the lads performance against Wycombe this weekend (and regale us with some fantastic stories from his lengthy backroom career at Sunderland and beyond) Is former Sunderland assistant secretary, Derby County secretary, Gillingham secretary and current SAFC senior supporters secretary - Malcolm Bramley! You can listen for free on Acast, iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn and YouTube - get stuck in!
What are we talking about this episode?
Connor and Malcolm discuss the draw against Wycombe Wanderers Saturday gone;
Malcolm tells us how he came to be involved with the club as a youngster, and some insight into 1960's Lads culture;
His relationship and experiences with legends such as Charlie Hurley, Martin Harvey, Len Ashurst, and a young player named Brian Clough;
Behind the scenes stories from his time working with Brian Clough (the manager) as Derby County secretary;
Italians, Brylcreem, and cigars; His experience of the 1966 World Cup at Roker Park.
Pranks, pigs, and fast cars; Turns out the fearsome Sunderland manager Alan Brown didn't have much of a sense of humour... Luckily Hurley did!
Some wonderful stories from a true gentleman. Tune In!
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