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WILLIE MASON, TODD CARNEY and JUDE BOLTON discuss life as an ex-footballer tonight on YOU CAN’T ASK THAT

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Episode two of You Can’t Ask That puts some famous EX-FOOTBALL PLAYERS in the hot seat.

Willie Mason, Ian Roberts, Dean Widders and Dan Jackson join Todd Carney, Brock McLean, and Jude Bolton on the You Can’t Ask That set to shed the media-trained responses and get real about the game they love – with all its complexities.

The seven ex NRL and AFL players in this episode talk of the immense pressure entering the football world as young boys. From the crippling self-doubt, public criticism, racism, homophobia and misogyny, they don’t hold back about their experiences.

You Can’t Ask That, is back for a sixth season with eight unflinching new episodes featuring the misunderstood, judged, or marginalised Australians answering the public’s anonymously submitted questions.

Production credits: You Can’t Ask That is an ABC Production. Series Director and Producer: Kirk Docker, Series Producer: Josh Schmidt, Executive Producer: Frances O’Riordan and Head of Entertainment: Nicholas Hayden

You Can’t Ask That airs Wednesday 5 May at 9.00pm on ABC and iview

Stream You Can’t Ask That, Seasons 1-5 now, plus exclusive extras on ABC iview

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