Former Players Confirmed For Live Podcast – Tickets Still Available

The FPA have confirmed that John Schofield and Phil Hubbard will be our guests at tomorrow’s live 200th-episode celebration podcast, completing our lineup.

For those still wishing to go, we’ve had a handful of people drop out, so tickets are still available. If that’s you, fill out the form at the bottom of this page!

So, what can you expect from the show?

Firstly, Ben and I will interview Mark Kennedy and Danny Butterfield live on stage. We’re currently just under the 200 capacity, so if you want to come along and see what the two have to say, you can still do that. We’ll then be chatting with Liam Scully, where we can get his insight into the new board appointments and a range of other topics. Paudie O’Connor will be with us, and we’ll be asking him about his time at Lincoln and his wider career. That’ll be the live podcast.

We’ll then do a segment with John Schofield and Phil Hubbard, chatting to both briefly about their time with the Imps. That won’t be recorded for the podcast; it’ll be for those who are at the event only.

Don’t worry about grabbing food before you come – there will be pies and sausage rolls available to buy, and the bar will be open so you can replenish your glasses between each bit.

We’re also doing a raffle, with a match-worn Paudie O’Connor shirt, some signed Imptoons and other prizes being given away.

The event is free, but we’re offering the chance to make a voluntary donation at the door for the Foundation, which will also benefit from the proceeds of the raffle.

This super exclusive event is scheduled for the Legends Lounge tomorrow, with doors at 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start. Don’t be late; we’ve got Mark and Danny up first!

There are still places available, so if you do want to come please fill out the form below. If you’ve already done so, please don’t do it again, you’re on the list!


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