Taking a trip down Memory Lane this week is Northampton Town’s Club Chaplain , Haydon Spenceley.
As well as being the Club Chaplain, Haydon is also a Cobblers fan, having been first taken to the County Ground by his Dad.
Haydon is a wheelchair user and used to write a column for the fanzine entitled a view from slightly lower down.
In this episode of Memory Lane, Haydon tells Danny what it is like for him to watch games from his vantage point and the stadiums which have given him the most interesting angles.
Haydon also talks about his role as Club Chaplain and how his unique position often means he knows more about what is going on with the playing and coaching staff than anyone else.
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It’s All Cobblers To Me is a Vibrant Sound Media production for the fans of Northampton Town Football Club.
Charles is the founder and main presenter of the award-winning It’s All Cobblers To Me podcast.
He began the podcast after going self-employed in 2018 as a podcast producer and voiceover artist. The original thought being that It’s All Cobblers To Me would be a place to try out new things – like a test podcast of sorts.
As well as being Cobblers mad, Charles is also a ultramarathon runner and has a blog about that that he tries to keep up to date as often as he can.