February 12, 2021
Here's another bonus edition of the Luton Town Supporters’ Trust podcast. Kev caught up with Town defensive star Tom Lockyer, for an exclusive chat to get his views on a number of subjects!
Hear Tom discuss the draw with Huddersfield, dropping into non-league and climbing back up again, the role of the centre-half, new signings, the remainder of the season and his hopes of being involved at this summer's European Championships.
All that and plenty more!
January 29, 2021
Kev caught up with Town’s on-loan superstar Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall via zoom for an extended chat with the midfielder.
Listen in as the Leicester City ace talks about what the Hatters squad can take out of the loss at Chelsea, what he prides himself on as a player, his targets for the remainder of the season, both personally and the for the club, his future and much more!
January 20, 2021
Part two of our first podcast of 2021 as Kev, James, Tony and Simon tackle some of the wider issues that have cropped up over the last month or so. This part begins with a discussion over whether Glen Rea or Joe Morrell should be the first choice in the holding midfield position, a topic opened up by Nathan Jones recently.
The attention then switches to the transfer market as the lads reflect on the current activity this month and address some of the rumours doing the rounds, before they tackle whether football should continue during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The boys then look ahead to the matches to come over the next month, including the trip to Stamford Bridge on Sunday, right the way up to the home match against Cardiff City in February.
The podcast then finishes with a passionate and strong discussion around the ‘baffling’ decision by the Executive Committee at Luton Council to deny a lease to 2020 Developments for the land near Cutenhoe Road. Make sure you listen for James and Tony going in off their long runs!
January 20, 2021
Kev, Tony and James are back for the first time in 2021 and they are joined by Simon Pitts for a two-part episode of the Luton Town Supporters’ Trust podcast.
In this first part the boys reflect on the matches over the Christmas and New Year period and discuss some of the key players in detail.
There are player focuses on defender Dan Potts as James highlights where he thinks the 27-year-old could be best suited going forward, as well as Simon Sluga, who the lads believe has turned into a very good keeper.
This part of the podcast concludes with the boys talking about the contribution and the impact that Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall has had on the club, and the credit he has carried himself with during the first part of his loan spell among other things in yet another KDH appreciation section!
December 10, 2020
Kev, James and Tony are joined by Town fan Natasha Law for the final main bumper edition episode of the podcast for 2020.
The quartet discuss the return of fans to Kenilworth Road after the nine-month Coronavirus shutout, what it all entails for those attending and how good it is to have supporters back, before reflecting on recent matches including a wonderful prediction from our very own Simon Pitts.
The discussion then turns to two standout players from the last month before the gang address the scoring issues that the Hatters are currently having.
The podcast ends with a look ahead to the matches over the Christmas and New Year period before reflecting on 2020 as a whole and what we can look forward to in 2021.
James and Tony also give their thoughts on the latest updates regarding Power Court in an episode packed full of everything going on with the Town on and off the pitch.
November 28, 2020
Kev caught up with Town defender Rhys Norrington-Davies via a zoom call to get his thoughts on a variety of things.
The defender spoke about his time at the club so far, his first international experiences including being a team-mate of Gareth Bale as well as his thoughts on the season to date and what can be achieved this term. The podcast rounds off with Rhys stating his own personal goals for the remainder of the campaign.
November 18, 2020
Kev, James and Tony are joined by the Voice of Luton Town, Simon Pitts,
for the November episode of the Luton Town Supporters' Trust podcast. The chaps review the action prior to the international break and reflect on the Town's start to the season overall, before previewing the packed schedule of football
The boys also look in detail at the performances of Kiernan
Dewsbury-Hall and George Moncur and what we can expect to see from them
over the remainder of the campaign. There is also a discussion around
international football and the expected return to five subs along with
October 23, 2020
Kev, James and Tony are back for the October edition of the podcast! The episode begins with a look at the latest transfer activity with Joe Morrell spoken about at length while a warm farewell is paid to a terrific servant in Andrew Shinnie.
The boys then focus on the recent matches and discuss the good and the bad of it before turning their focus onto Danny Hylton and Matty Pearson in particular. After a debate about the future of football the upcoming matches are previewed.
The podcast ends with the boys expressing their confusion over the latest news regarding the dome which will be used by the academy and the children of Luton.
September 25, 2020
It has been a 14 year wait but finally derby day is back!
Kev, James and Tony are joined by Town fan Lewis Williams to reflect on the season so far and preview the first Watford clash since April 2006.
The boys focus on the two excellent league wins, the brilliant displays of Rhys Norrington-Davies and Sonny Bradley and where the Town can still strengthen in the transfer market, before reflecting on the disappointing news that fans will not be back in stadiums next month.
The attention then turns to this weekend’s big match and, to get a bigger picture on the game and what we can expect, Town legend Mick Harford joins Tony and Kev on a Zoom call to talk about his past with the fixture and how much this one means to everyone.
All that and plenty more in another packed episode of the podcast!
September 17, 2020
Kev, James and Tony caught up with Luton Town Chief Executive Gary Sweet as well as General Operations Manager Paul Watson and the Communications Manager Ed Smith for a special bonus episode, to clear up some of the recent issues that have presented themselves.
The boys get the thoughts of the trio on a wide range of subjects relating to withdrawing from hosting an EFL test events for fans to return to Kenilworth Road, the issue regarding BBC Three Counties Radio and iFollow problems.
Listen for their thoughts on the importance of fans being back, what needs to happen in order for fans to return to the Kenny, the financial security of the club in light of Covid-19 and much more!