Ex-Forever Never front man Renny Carroll joins Alex to talk about the favourite moments supporting club and country, his pantomime villain and his least favourite kit.
Follow Renny's new project 'Hardball FC' on Twitter, where he blends football and hardcore. The perfect mixture in our eyes.
5 months later than planned, Guitar Stands For Goalposts is back!
And joining me on the first episode back is Ritchie Murray Jack, the front man of Kent based Alternative Metal band 'Crostpaths'.
He'll be talking about his favourite moment supporting his club, his player he loves to hate, his favourite sporting moments and his favourite football kits.
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Firstly I apologise for the delay in uploads, I've been pretty busy over the past few weeks with work and University, so getting time to edit has been a struggle.
ANYWAY, on this week's show we are flipping the script!
Normally we have musicians and music industry people come in and talk about football, instead I'll be talking to broadcaster for BBC SPORT, BBC 5 LIVE, talkSPORT 2 and Arsenal nation, 'Anne Marie Batson'.
She will be talking about the first album she ever bought, which show she would go back to relive, an album in her collection that she couldn't do without and one she could throw away, and finally, that one song she would choose to listen to if she couldn't listen to any other song.
Flying all the way in from Morocco (well, Spain), rapper Dizzy Dros joins me in the studio to talk about his favourite moment from his favourite team, the player he loves to hate, his favourite ever sporting moment and his favourite and least favourite football kit.
International product manager for Universal Music and Northampton Town fan Brendan Walsh joins me in the studio to talk about his favourite moment as a fan of 'The Cobblers', the player he loves to hate, his favourite all time sporting moment and the kits he likes and dislikes.
On this week's episode of Guitar Stands For Goalposts, we have artist manager for the likes of Enter Shikari, Slow Readers Club and Hacktivisit at Thirty Century Management and Burnley fan, Lee Burgess.
Centuries drummer Matthew Maidment is in the chair for this week's episode of Guitar Stands For Goalposts, talking about his favourite football and sporting memories, his favourite worst kit and the footballer he loves for all the wrong reasons.
Danny Cameron and Ross Cloughley from Scottish metal band Neshiima are our first guests on our new look format for "Guitar Stands For Goalposts". We take a look at who Danny and Ross support, their favourite moment sporting those teams, their favourite player for all of the wrong reasons, their favourite sporting moment and their favourite worst kit.