Podcast Ep 15: Ross Kennerley from Pain in the Arsenal is on the pod to talk all things Arsenal

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Ross and Craig discuss legends Patrick Viera and Freddie Ljungberg, growing up a Gunner in Sweden and turning corners

On this week's episode of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast Craig chats to Ross Kennerley, an Arsenal fan and site expert at Pain in the Arsenal, a Gunners fan site on the FanSided network. The boys discuss Ross' childhood growing up in Sweden where he fell in love with Freddie Ljungberg and Arsenal, his first time watching the team live, the genius of Patrick Viera and much, much more between then and now.

It was an absolute pleasure having Ross on the show to share his stories of fandom and we hope you'll enjoy listening!

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