- Publish Date
- Thursday, 22 April 2021, 6:00AM
Paul Ifill is a well-known name in New Zealand football due to his exploits with the Wellington Phoenix where he rose to legendary status.
But he also has a lifetime of stories you might not have heard. In this episode we dig into some of those, like the time he tore his groin celebrating Tim Cahill’s winner in the 2004 FA Cup semi-final, playing against Keane, Giggs, Scholes, van Nistelrooy, and Christiano Ronaldo in the final.
When he was dropped for the Sheffield derby thanks to a dream that the wife of his manager Neil Warnock had the night before the game. His experiences with gambling and Keith Gillespie who lost 7 million pounds across his career! Investments and why he’s a part owner of a petrol station in Sierra Leone, and why he posted a scathing column Steven wrote about him on his fridge in 2015.
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