Football Stories Podcast: Allen Dodson from Villarreal USA is on the pod to talk about The Yellow Submarine

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Allen tells Craig about watching his club play at Anfield, how it felt to win the Europa League, the future of Unai Emery and much more

On this week's episode of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast, Craig chats to Allen Dodson, an ardent Villarreal fan based in California. For more than ten years, Allen ran Villarreal USA, a fan blog on the SB Nation network. Allen still contributes to the site today. The two discussed the long journeys that Allen made to watch The Yellow Sub play at home at El Madrigal and away against Liverpool at Anfield, how Allen first started following the club, what his expectations are for this season, and much much more.

It was a pleasure to have Allen on the show and we hope you'll enjoy the podcast.

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