In this HeritageCast we are joined by someone who is quite simply Mr Hull Kingston Rovers or as you may know him, Psycho!!! Paul Fletcher is Rovers record appearance holder and committed 17 years of his life to representing the Robins. He has also been named in the Robins greatest ever 13 alongside the likes of Roger Millward, Clive Sullivan and Mike Smith. Uniquely though Fletch didn’t just play for Rovers he has also supported the club since the age of 5.  Sit back and relax as we discuss: – Growing up in West Hull – 1980 Challenge Cup Final – Telling Hull FC to “fuck off” when they tried to sign him for their colts team – Making his debut at the old Craven park – Transitioning to new Craven Park – Playing at Wembley in 1997 – Beating the bin dippers at Boothferry Park – The dark days of administration – The importance of the Rovers Supporters Group – How close he came to leaving the club – His disastrous testimonial – Moving from Winter to Summer rugby league – Harvey Howard giving him the chop – His hatred for all things black and shite!

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