It would have been Round 9 of the original 2020 AFL Fixture, however in reality we've only completed one week of action. AFL players have been in social isolation like the rest of the Australian community due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, wreaking havoc on sporting competitions and schedules.
With a return hopefully not too far away, St Kilda Football Club vice-captain and two-time Best and Fairest winner, Sebastian Ross, joined an special, shortened edition of the Unpluggered chat room to discuss what the extended layoff has meant for the Saints players, and how they are preparing for a return to full training and live footy action over the next few weeks.
This podcast was produced in isolation via a Zoom conference call.
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Thanks as always to the brilliant Lloyd Spiegel for the use of his "When The Saints Go Marching In."