There’s Still (Extra) Time – Episode 21 [Happy Days – An Alphonso Davies Interview Retrospective]

There’s Still (Extra) Time – Episode 21 [Happy Days – An Alphonso Davies Interview Retrospective]

We’re back with another ‘Extra’ podcast for our subscribers. Not one of those yet? Well keep reading to see how to remedy that.

Happy New Year and thanks to each and every one of our subscribers, listeners, and readers for supporting AFTN in 2018 and helping us to continue to grow and get stronger. We have some big plans for 2019, which we’ll reveal soon!

At this time of year though, it’s a time for reflection for many of us and that’s just what our last ‘Extra’ podcast of 2018 does as we bring you a 56 minute interview retrospective with the wunderkind that is Alphonso Davies.

We’re bringing you a collection of six one-on-one interviews we’ve done with Phonzie these past three years, marking his growth and development with Vancouver Whitecaps as he gets set to start his new adventure on the pitch in 2019 with Bayern Munich. We’ve never aired three of these interviews before, as we chart his journey from 2016 to 2018 in a one stop shop style episode.

Enjoy, and as always, thanks for subscribing.

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Authored by: Michael McColl

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