Kings of Anglia podcast special: Carlos Edwards on military beginnings, McCarthy, Keane and his non-league adventure

Carlos Edwards outside Ipswich Town FC. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Carlos Edwards outside Ipswich Town FC. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Mike Bacon and Andy Warren are joined by former Ipswich Town captain Carlos Edwards to discuss his time with the Blues, working under Roy Keane and Mick McCarthy and his move to Woodbridge Town.

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Trinidad and Tobago international Edwards joined the Blues in 2009 from Sunderland and went on to make nearly 200 appearances for the club, becoming captain, and played under Roy Keane Paul Jewell and current boss Mick McCarthy.

He is now back in Suffolk where he has signed for Thurlow Nunn league side Woodbridge Town, where he hopes to pass on many of the lessons he learnt during a 15-year career in English football.

The 39-year-old candidly discussed his military beginnings in Trinidad, his move to Wrexham, working under ‘crazy guy’ Keane and his thoughts on the current state the Blues find themselves in.

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