Episode 42: Sean Higgins (Part Three)

The third and final part of Sean Higgins’ Pelé Podcast sees the player talks about his life-changing decision to move into part-time football and his travails across the last five years.

In conversation with Craig G Telfer, Sean starts by discussing his move to Martyn Corrigan’s Stenhousemuir and his difficulty and frustrations in transitioning into a semi-professional player. He examines his own up-and-down form over the course of the 2013/14 season, his role in the memorable 3-3 draw with Rangers at Ibrox, and working alongside Scott Booth for his final few months at Ochilview.

Sean then moves on to look at a long, hard season with Cowdenbeath in the Championship that culminated in relegation to League 1, before talking about two mediocre years at Clyde, the second of which was so poor it forced him to rethink his future in the game. He finishes by discussing last season at Albion Rovers and third relegation of his career.

If the first two instalments of this podcast were jaunty and spirited, this is a little more subdued,

Listen to part one of the podcast here; listen to part two here.

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