Richard and Jon Adams are genuine legends at Leamington FC. The two played many many games and scored a load of goals. They are both utter barnpots and in an interview recorded last year during deepest darkest COVID we have finally managed to pluck out over an hour of useable content. The remaining content has been disposed of safely in the appropriate containers. Join Vince and Pete for an hour or so of fun.
Recorded around the new year, deep into lockdown, Vince and Pete caught up with The Brakes Scout Luke Fogarty.
Luke has some great stories from his time involved in football from a youth at Aston Villa, via the armed forces to becoming good friends with Paul Holleran.
Also Pete endulges himself on his beloved Wimbledon as Luke's father was part of the Wimbledon FC setup in the 80s with Dave Bassett.
On the 1st July 2021 the Brakes Trust had a meeting and Graham Moody of the Leamington FC board dropped in to answer some questions with regards to the new season, membership and ticketing queries and a number of other topics. The attendance was good and lots of questions were asked. Heres a tidied up and edited account and we apologise on behalf of everyone's favourite PA - Graham Hobbins - for any coughing I couldn’t edit out (i got most of it). He has now learned of what a mute button does.
Shaun Cashmore and Matt Delaney have been providing the commentary on Leamington FC games for a while now and have been the voice through the pandemic for fans who could only watch on streaming. Pete tries to hold back on finding out that Matt has MKfranchise roots, Vince holds them apart.. oh my, it all kicks off, blood everywhere, its a shocker.
This was recorded with the season still in full swing: yes, we have been a little lazy getting these out.
Recorded in lockdown 1, we finally got around to editing the James 'Jimmy' Husband interview. We are blaming our COVID jabs which made us a little bit barmy, Baz turned into what doctors are describing as a human grapefruit, Steve Wharton started to eat his tupperware collection, Vince was last seen running into Crackley woods shouting about 'those darned shrews' and Peter ingested a family of nearby owls. Paul was unavailable for comment.
Anyways, we are all okay now so sit back in the wingback, kick off the vans, twizzle some treacle over your favourite tart and enjoy this latest episode. We have some more interviews coming soon.
Nick Leek and Scott Hanna join Pete and Vince to talk about their roles as Leamington FC Media Camera persons. With the anniversay of The New Windmill Ground not seeing any supporters, these lads have been crucial in bringing visuals for the quarantined masses to enjoy. Hear their dramatic stories on this award winning* podcast.
*technically we awarded ourselves an award with a nice chocolate cake and a heavy bottled stout.
Its almost the end of a tough year, so the BrakesCast Corporation's many many employees thought it would be nice to give you a little treat. The first Jason Cadden interview possibly in 10 years.
Sit back into that armchair, find yourself some eggnog, put on a jaunty hat and place it at a fun angle on your noggin, unleash the wolverine into the garden and take in some great memories of the past at the New Windmill Ground.
Richard Edy, the Secretary of Leamington FC, joins Steve 'Geordie' Wharton and Baz 'Baz Facts' Gill to talk all sorts of stuff. Weirdly the guys avoid any questions about those olden days when we met Richard's childhood sweethearts Gillingham FC in the cup and barely make reference out of Spurs's inevitable forthcoming collapse.
Listen intently as Richard reveals the dark secrets of the club: what pants does Hollers really wear, is Jim Scott actually Scottish and is Debbie's sweet hut really a front for international gun running.
Adam Knight, of the Round Table, takes time out of his honorable quests of the Grail to drop in and talk good times with Vince Merlin Taylor, and Barry Guinevere Gill.
Steve and Pete are nowhere to be seen, possibly being chased away by the Jabberwocky.
You thought we'd all run off and joined the circus, well.. technically that was true but we decided that due to circuses having no animals; Bazza, Vince and Steve dressing up as a balancing penguin act was no longer the fun they had envisioned. Paul was largely unhappy in his new role as a firebreathing Gnu and Pete kept falling off the trapeze pretending to be a chimp.
It's goal machine Mr. Luke Corbett this episode. Pull the drapes all the way down, visit the fridge for a cold lemon, light up your hookah pipe and enjoy an hour of reminiscing with Worcester's finest.