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The Last Dance, nasi goreng & missing his son - at home with Richard Foster

BBC News Thursday, 28 May 2020
Former Aberdeen, Rangers, St Johnstone and Ross County defender Richard Foster on The Last Dance, nasi goreng and missing his son.
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