West Norfolk Sports Podcast: King’s Lynn Town special with Gary Setchell and his new signings

King's Lynn Town new signings (L) Jackson Ramm and David Bridges with manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt King's Lynn Town new signings (L) Jackson Ramm and David Bridges with manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

Friday, May 30, 2014
4:52 PM

Three members of King’s Lynn Town join us this week to talk football as the plans for next season begin to get underway already.

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Boss Gary Setchell and his new signings Jackson Ramm and David Bridges talk to our man in the west of the county Gavin Caney about their hopes for 2014/15 at The Walks.

And Lynn’s manager also chats about the rest of his squad, in detail, as he reveals how his preparations for the forthcoming Evo-Stik Premier Division campaign are going.

If that’s not enough, as always, we have our usual fan interaction, and all of your latest sports news inside a minute in our popular ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ segment.

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 May 28.

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