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The Attacking Two Podcast: Interview with former Chelsea player Sebastian Kneißl!

Former Chelsea player Sebastian Kneißl had some fascinating and hilarious stories to tell about his time at the club, colleagues like John Terry and Didier Deschamps, and the impact of Roman Abramovich’s arrival.

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In our thirtieth episode of The Attacking Two Podcast, Andy and I were lucky enough to welcome former Chelsea player and current pundit for DAZN in Germany, Sebastian Kneißl.

Playing for the Blues between 2000 and 2005, as well as being one of the ‘founding members’ of the Loan Army, the midfielder joined as a 17-year-old and received tutelage under Gianluca Vialli, Claudio Ranieri and Chelsea’s most successful manager, José Mourinho.

Tune in to hear Sebastian take a trip down memory lane and recount a few anecdotes about his first encounter with Didier Deschamps, Roman Abramovich’s BIG entrance at Chelsea’s former training ground Harlington, his duty of cleaning the boots of the legendary Marcel Desailly, a hilarious one-on-one situation with John Terry in training, and much, much more!

For this episode, I strongly encourage you to watch via YouTube as Sebastian’s stories are even better with video!

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Your hosts are Jimmy Funnell a.k.a. BromleyBlue (@JimmyFunnellCFC) and Andy Martin (@andy_ma10) joined by our brilliant, brilliant guest Sebastian Kneißl (@sebkneissl):

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