Podcast Ep 7: Cole Pettem, Editor of 7500 to Holte, joins Craig to talk all things Villa

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Cole jumps on the pod to talk about Paul Lambert, Jack Grealish and all the good and bad in between

On the seventh edition of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast Craig chats to Cole Pettem, a Canadian Aston Villa fanatic about first getting attracted to the club, sticking with them through tough times and how fans can deal with the departure of their iconic captain Jack Grealish. Cole has a slightly different vantage point on these things and speaks eloquently about the highs and the lows of being a fan of one of England's most historic clubs.

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