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    Let's do it together! By fans, for the fans! Stories about the grassroots passion and the true love of sports. Small Talk Sport PODCAST Subscribe to our news and podcasts. Listen Now Get involved, say it out loud. Why keep it to yourself? Come on board. Join us today! Sport can bring people together with a sense of community and pride. ​Join in conversations about great stories of sporting exhilaration and joy. Featured Nathalie Luckett Mar 30 2 min Stories about the grassroots passion and the true love of sports: by fans for the fans. The goal of Small Talk Sport PODCAST is to bring together sports fans of all ages and TV and Radio pundits to talk about subjects... 151 views 0 comments 3 likes. Post not marked as liked 3 Posts Nathalie Luckett May 9 1 min Sandwell Inclusive Championship Play-off Finals - 8th May 2022. This is an exciting time to play football. Since the Euros 2021, when England was in the final, there has never been so much passion for... 30 views 0 comments Post not marked as liked Nathalie Luckett May 1 1 min Aston Villa Ability Counts team: 'We can still win something" Small Talk Sport caught up with Callum and Connor (Captain) after their recent match at Moseley Rugby Club (1/5/22) to see how they feel... 37 views 0 comments 1 like. Post not marked as liked 1 Nathalie Luckett Apr 10 2 min A word from the olympian legend - Lord Coe, Keynote Speaker at the Coventry Chamber of Commerce In conversation with Lord Sebastian Coe, giving advice to young athletes at the beginning of their careers. The event was organised by... 14 views 0 comments 1 like. Post not marked as liked 1 Nathalie Luckett Mar 30 2 min Stories about the grassroots passion and the true love of sports: by fans for the fans. The goal of Small Talk Sport PODCAST is to bring together sports fans of all ages and TV and Radio pundits to talk about subjects... 151 views 0 comments 3 likes. Post not marked as liked 3 Nathalie Luckett Mar 30 2 min Interview with Lucy Harborne, the descendent of The Great Bill Shankly Why football? Where did your love of the game come from? In all honesty, I'm not entirely sure. Growing up, my grandad and Uncle were... 44 views 0 comments 1 like. Post not marked as liked 1 Nathalie Luckett Mar 27 1 min In Conversation with Connor Sherry, Aston Villa's 'Ability Counts' captain This team meets up every week at Villa Park and is part of the National Ability League. They are run by Nigel Macrow and their captain... 50 views 0 comments 3 likes. Post not marked as liked 3

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  • Sandwell Inclusive Championship Play-off Finals - 8th May 2022.

    This is an exciting time to play football. Since the Euros 2021, when England was in the final, there has never been so much passion for the 'beautiful game.' Aston Villa Ability Counts team were no different, entering the Sandwell Inclusive Championship play-offs with great enthusiasm and self-belief. However, the long season was drawing close, and they were tired. Nevertheless, the play-offs turned out to be a welcomed challenge, and after easily reaching the semi-finals, they embraced the final itself with enthusiasm and confidence. They came very close on several occasions, but unfortunately, they lost 2:0. The experience and enjoyment of being In the final never waned. They did us proud. Well done lads!

  • Aston Villa Ability Counts team: 'We can still win something"

    Small Talk Sport caught up with Callum and Connor (Captain) after their recent match at Moseley Rugby Club (1/5/22) to see how they feel about this season and how they can improve for their coming season. The team are 3rd in the Birmingham Ability Counts League. You can hear the full interview on our podcast page. (Aston Villa Foundation website) - Ability Counts is the name of Aston Villa’s disability football provision, and it provides inclusive, accessible football for disabled people from the age of six right through to adulthood. No matter what disability you have, Aston Villa Foundation coaches have the skills and experience to ensure we offer the opportunity for everybody to enjoy football. The Foundation has teams competing in the Birmingham and Sandwell Ability Counts League. In addition, it provides competitive football for boys and girls in 8-12, 12-16 and 16+ age groups. We put the emphasis on having fun, making new friends and building confidence while also highlighting the importance of regular physical activity.

  • A word from the olympian legend - Lord Coe, Keynote Speaker at the Coventry Chamber of Commerce

    In conversation with Lord Sebastian Coe, giving advice to young athletes at the beginning of their careers. The event was organised by Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce at IXL Events Centre in Birmingham. Lord Coe points out the huge importance of the school environment. He says that in sports one can get everything one wants from it and at every level. It's something one can derive great pleasure from. He says: "Over the course of 10 or 12 days, we [David Morecroft and myself] have just done some research on that. There are billions of people on the planet who describe themselves as recreational runners. That's a huge asset. Look at the London marathon. You have 20-30 athletes at the top in the world vying for positions for world records - local records and championship records alike. But then watch a woman running the marathon for the first time, celebrating as though she has won the Olympic title as she's just broken five laps, and that, for me, has every bit as much merit for our sport. The big challenge now is with all the rubbish on TV and so much stuff on reality TV, everybody wants everything very quickly. So trying to say to a 12-year-old coming to me, coming down to the running track, I will say nothing much is going to happen in the first 5 to 6 years. And they want it to happen in the next 6 mins. It's a big challenge, a massive challenge for schools in particular. I joined the athletics club in 1968 and didn't compete in Olympic Games until 1980. That's a 12-year apprenticeship, so it's encouraging youngsters to enjoy the journey. Advice to young people, take from it what you want - you don't have to be training five times a week to get great pleasure from it - you can make great friendships that last a lifetime, and it takes time."

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