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Paul Scholes can sell our merchandise! Van from Catfish & The Bottlemen takes the talkSPORT Q&A

first_img1 Each week a star from the world of music takes out special talkSPORT Q&A. In the hot-seat this week, Van from Catfish & The Bottlemen…What’s your favourite talkSPORT Show and why?Weekend Sports Breakfast with Georgie Bingham and Mickey Quinn. They’ve  interviewed me and they’re ma homies. talkSPORT give you your own show, what’s it’s called and what’s it about?Vansmitter FM – I’d just play loads of Danny Welbeck chants.Who are the greatest football team in the land?Runcorn FCWho is the most rock n roll player playing the beautiful game right now?Pirlo! Pirlo loves a night out, doesn’t he? It used to be Paul Scholes, but now its Pirlo.If you were put in charge of the pre-match entertainment for the FA Cup final at Wembley, what band do you want playing live?Us! Think of the T-shirts we’d sell! Haha.Who’s gonna sing the National Anthem?ShearerWhat track are the players walking down the tunnel and onto the pitch to?The Coronation Street theme tune. That’s what would fire me right up!What’s on the stereo in the dressing room to psyche the players up?Adele – Someone Like YouYou build your own rock ‘n’ five-a-side team. Who’s in it?I’d have me and our guitar tech, Larry. He’s insane up top and I’m Joe Cole on the left. I’d have Jake Bugg in the centre. We were in Ibiza with him and he’s meant to be pretty handy. I’d have Steve ‘The Cat’ Lamacq from BBC6 music as he’s apparently a God between the sticks! Check his wiki, he’s actually nicknamed ‘The Cat’ ‘cause of his skills man! Then I’d have Pirlo, because he seems the kind of man to bring you cheap fags over through customs!You get to pick one footballer to work as roadie with your band. Who is it and what do you have them doing?Paul Scholes. I’d have him selling merchandise and we’d pay him by giving him tickets on the sly and leave him touting outside – haha!What’s going on with the band at the moment?We’re shooting a video for a new song next week and it’s gonna be a full on backstreet brawl footy match! Can’t wait for that! The album’s out this week and our UK tour has sold out. I’m absolutely buzzing!The band’s debut album is out now. Check out Shoot Matchday for more info,last_img read more

Kasarani turns electric as Stars face Walias

first_imgWith the government earlier this week announcing that entrance to the stadium will be free, FKF used the tickets they had already printed for the game to ease access of fans into the stadium with security tight from the outside perimeter to inside the stadium.Harambee Stars fans rush in to get seats inside the Kasarani Stadium. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“I am happy that the government made entrance to the stadium free, but I am not happy that they printed tickets. This money they have used to print tickets should have been used to pay maize farmers,” one of the enthusiastic fans told Capital Sport.Fans started streaming into the stadium from as early as 9am, everyone eager to get a seating spot at the 60,000 seater facility early enough.Fans wait outside City Hall for shuttle buses to the Kasarani Stadium. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluSecurity has been very tight with administration police, regular police, General Service Unit and National Youth service officers taking patrol. Office on horse-back are also at all entry points to ensure law and order as the fans stream in.Tens of buses are also in the Central Business District ferrying fans to the stadium with those donated by the County Governor Mike Sonko lining up outside City Hall to pick up fans.Word is that President Uhuru Kenyatta is also expected to attend the match alongside his deputy William Ruto and former premier Raila Odinga.Ethiopian fans cheering in the stadium as they wait for the clash. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluFans are meanwhile optimistic that Stars will shine brighter than the Walia Ibex and inch closer to an African Cup of Nations appearance.“I am very optimistic we will win today. 3-1. Olunga, Wanyama and Kahata to score. We have a good team,” One of the fans stated. Another added “These Ethiopians cannot beat us today. 2-0. We don’t want much. Just two goals are enough for us.”The match kicks off at 4pm.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars fans cheering the team on at the Kasarani Stadium. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 14 – If you are planning to attend the Kenya versus Ethiopia 2019 African Cup of Nations Qualifier and you are nowhere close to the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani, then you better start planning to watch the game on television.As at noon, the stadium was already 80pc full with thousands of other enthusiastic fans queuing outside for match admission tickets to get in, almost four hours to kick off.last_img read more