Well-travelled striker Sean Higgins joins the latest Pelé Podcast to look back over the highs and lows of his 17-year career. Speaking with Craig G Telfer for more than three hours, Sean begins this first instalment by analysing his move into coaching with Clydebank and his aspirations for the season ahead.
He then jumps back 20 years to discuss his first steps in the football and training with the likes of Albion Rovers, Hamilton Academical and St Johnstone, before talking about the club where he made his name: Ross County.
Sean talks about his early years at Victoria Park under the late Neale Cooper and then Alex Smith, to establishing himself at the club and becoming a fulcrum of the team. He recounts his seven years at Victoria Park in great detail, from the highs of winning the Second Division title in 2008, to the lows of getting punched in the face by Derek Adams.
If you’re going out, you might as well go out with a bang.
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