West Norfolk Sports Podcast: End-of-season special on King’s Lynn Town

At the Town Hall for King's Lynn Town's civic reception are (from left) Neil Fryatt, Gary Setchell and Ross McNeil. Picture: Ian Burt At the Town Hall for King's Lynn Town's civic reception are (from left) Neil Fryatt, Gary Setchell and Ross McNeil. Picture: Ian Burt

Friday, May 2, 2014
6:00 PM

Gary Setchell, Neil Fryatt and Ross McNeil go head-to-head in this week’s West Norfolk Sports Podcast.

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King’s Lynn Town’s managerial trio take on reporter Gavin Caney’s ‘Who’s the Boss’ quiz to find out which man knows the most about how their side have fared this season.

And boss Setchell, assistant Fryatt, and coach McNeil also discuss their views on how the Linnets have performed during their maiden Evo-Stik Premier Division campaign as they analyse their troops’ performances and results.

If that’s not enough, we hear your views thanks to an EDP fans’ survey on Town’s term while we also, as always, have all of the week’s latest news in our popular ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ section.

To listen to the latest WNSP, brought to you by the EDP, click here.

- To get involved with the podcast, or for all your sports news in and around the Lynn area, follow Gavin on Twitter by clicking on the link on the right-hand side of this page.

- This podcast was recorded on Wednesday April 30 (McNeil), Thursday May 1 (Setchell) and Friday May 2 (Fryatt).

- The West Norfolk Sports Podcast will return on Friday May 16.

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