Maro Itoje
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Maro Itoje is more than just a rugby player. From discussing racism within modern society, how black history is viewed in the western world and his connection to Africa and African art, the England lock talks candidly about a number of wide ranging topics in this podcast. Although a native of north London, Itoje opens up on his connection to Nigeria and considering it home as well as his thoughts on the song ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.'   In this pod you will also hear from Maro's former headmaster, and Saracen's first black captain, Floyd Steadman, his older brother Jeremy Itoje as well as team mate Henry Slade.   FOLLOW: ·        England Rugby Facebook ·        England Rugby Instagram ·        England Rugby Twitter ·        England Rugby TikTok   SUBSCRIBE: ·        Subscribe to the pod here.   BUY: ·        Get the latest kits, training and leisure wear from England Rugby Store   **Please like, subscribe and leave us a review wherever you listen, it really helps spread the word of the podcast and the stories of our players and coaches** Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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