In this episode Tregs interviews former Scottish international footballer Chris Iwelumo.
Chris had a glittering career, spanning 19 years, starting at St Mirren in 1995, ending at Chester in 2014.
He now works as a Talk Sport Radio presenter.
Sit back, relax and enjoy this 50 minute interview from a larger than life character.
Nice one Chris!
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