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Video: Tony Watt Reveals Next Part of Watt to Watch Interview With Quinton Aaron

Video: Tony Watt Reveals Next Part of Watt to Watch Interview With Quinton Aaron

Tony Watt has revealed the next part of his Watt to Watch interview with Quinton Aaron.

Following up his launch of the movie review website, the Charlton Athletic striker has been teasing an interview with The Blindside star.

And in this next part, Watt speaks to Aaron about his anti-bullying efforts and compares their journeys to the top in their chosen fields:

It’s interesting to see Aaron opening up so much in an interview which is no doubt different to what he’s used to.

Watt is better known for his spell at Celtic earlier in his career, remembered fondly for scoring the winning goal as the Hoops beat Barcelona 2-1 in the Champions League in 2012.

But this new venture is interesting given it’s so far away from what he’s usually associated with.

Watt had a frustrating last campaign after starting the season on loan with Hearts. He scored just once in 17 appearances for the Jambos before returning to Charlton in January.

He’ll no doubt be hoping this campaign is a lot better on all fronts.

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