Today’s reddot programme is now available to download onto your iPhone or iPad!
includes a feature interview with Antony Kay who looks back on his time with Tranmere Rovers and reviews his centre-back partnership with Shaun Williams. dotredThe Family Fun Day edition of
Elsewhere, Ryan Lowe talks about his bittersweet feelings from Tuesday night when he scored a double to take his goal tally into double figures but ended up on the losing side.
Stephen Gleeson reminisces about his international debut with the Republic of Ireland in America six years ago. The midfielder reveals his nerves, pride and burning ambitions to feature again for his country.
Fitness coach Damien Doyle tells you why a high intensity workout is the best option for your health and fitness, while there is also the latest edition of Simon Crampton’s Bootroom and you give us your thoughts to the Social Dons question.
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