Podcast Ep 13: Scott McCarthy from We Are Brighton joins Craig to talk Brighton & Hove Albion

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Scott and Craig discuss everything from lower league away days and waterlogged pitches to Premier League progress

On the thirteenth edition of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast Craig chats to Scott McCarthy, a Brighton fan and football writer who is a contributor to We Are Brighton and has also written for various news outlets. The boys discuss Scott's experiences watching his local team in all four divisions of the football league, in four different home grounds, from almost going out of business to targeting a top half finish in the Premier League. Scott has a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm about the club he's been following since he was a little boy and makes for a fantastic guest on the show.

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