In an entertaining episode of The Victory Society, Matt Preston joins host Leigh Broxham to talk all about football and Masterchef.
Preston grew up right near Stamford Bridge, and has a love of Chelsea as a result. In vivid detail, he describes how the last Friday of the month around Stamford Bridge was filled with the likes of Peter Osgood, Ian Hutchinson, Charlie Cook and company all having a kick with local fans in the carpark playing jumpers for goalposts.
Preston then moved to Melbourne and started supporting Victory almost straight away, experiencing all three championship wins along the way.
The conversation then turns to Masterchef, as Broxham quizzes Preston on how the judging works and what goes into filming an entire season of television.
It’s a fascinating chat on Episode 3 of The Victory Society, proudly presented by Tobin Brothers.
1:00 – 2:45: Preston’s time growing up near Stamford Bridge and a sense of community
2:45 – 3:30: How Preston started supporting Melbourne Victory
3:30 – 4:45, 8:00 – 9:25: Comparing AAMI Park’s atmosphere to other grounds
4:45 – 6:10: Preston’s history with Victory’s Grand Finals
6:10 – 7:10: Appreciating the highs of supporting Victory and Chelsea
7:10 – 8:00: What happened when Preston played in the Victory against Cancer all-stars game
9:25 – 10:40: What’s next for Preston with Masterchef, and what goes into shooting a season
10:40 – 13:00: Quizzing Preston about the judging system on Masterchef
13:00 – 15:15: Preston’s favourite Victory goals and players
16:10 – 18:30: Feed The Brox