I hope I don't regret posting this here, but I think it is definitely worth a listen. I just had a interview with former player manager, Ricky Nixon. I know there was an AMA type of thread done on this board last year and people were getting stuck into him and HBK for even taking the time to talk to him. I just want to say right off the top that after speaking to him for almost an hour I honestly get the feeling he is a changed person. Yes he made some mistakes (which he has admitted to), but I believe he is taking the right steps forward to get back on track. He was honest, genuine and really easy to talk to (as you will hear). Initially we wanted to speak to him mainly about the trade period, but we went a lot deeper than that. In the interview we spoke about: -His playing days -How Flying Start come about -How he handled the big name players -What happened when he found out about the Wayne Carey incident -What happened with our Tony Lockett trade -Thoughts on Journos -Chris Yarran saga -Dustin Martin -His darkest times and what got him through -His online course on how to be a player manager -The Footy Factory -Myfootyagent -Ben Cousins -Trade talk I know everyone will have their own opinions on him, but I hope people listen to this with an open mind.