Scarborough Athletic have teamed up with the Scarborough News in a bid to keep the Northern Premier League club fighting forward.
Scarborough News journalist, Daniel Gregory, will be conducting a run of special podcasts with legends of Scarborough football to entertain supporters and also to help raise funds for Boro.
These podcasts will be released by the Scarborough News on the Saturdays that were calendared to have home fixtures (before play was stopped in response to the current Covid-19 situation).
They kick off this coming Saturday, with a Tommy Mooney Q&A, which will go live at 3pm.
To make the experience as inclusive as possible, we are encouraging fans to submit questions for Tommy. These can be emailed to [email protected]
scarboroughathletic.com, or posted to our social media platforms by 5pm on Thursday at the latest.
The podcasts are a thank you to all of our fans, who have backed the club in purchasing virtual items for our remaining home games of the season.
Boro chairman Trevor Bull is delighted that the club can once again link up with the Scarborough News.
He said: "It is brilliant to be working with the Scarborough News in doing this. Football is so important to so many people and it is such a difficult time at the moment.
"Even if the players in the podcasts aren't from your specific era, you will get the chance to learn more about the player and how they were involved at the club.
"It is good of the Scarborough News to help out the fans and also play their part in aiding our fundraising.
"The next few weeks will be a last a long time with so many people being locked down at home, so these podcasts will hopefully offer a bit of light and help entertain our supporters."
Daniel Gregory added: "I'm really pleased to be able to help the club out in any way I can over these testing few weeks.
"Nobody wants a repeat of 2007 and everybody seems to be pulling in the right direction on this, which is certainly a positive.
"If we can help on this, and also give fans something interesting to listen over coming weeks, then it can only be a positive.
"Thank you to everyone who continues to support The Scarborough News, especially in moments like these."« Back to news