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Step back in time and relive a decade the changed football forever, with Alive and Kicking; The 90s Football Podcast. Join Ash Rose - author of Alive and Kicking; The Ultimate Book of 90s Football Nostalgia - and guests, who every week will be looking back and discussing the biggest moments and memories from football in the 1990s. If the 1990s are now retro, this this is your retro celebration! From the fun to the farcical, classic to cringe Alive and Kicking has football in the 1990s all wr ...
 
European football news, interviews, retro and whimsy from football commentators Will Downing, Mark Rodden, Stephane Jauny and Dmytro Dzhulai, plus regular guests looking at the Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga, Serie A, Belgian Pro League, Eredivisie, League of Ireland, women's football, the world game... and even the Premier League. Added countries covered so far have been Korea's K League, Estonia, Denmark and the Faroes. Come on in, you might enjoy it...
 
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Taking a break from wishing it was Euro 96, Alive and Kicking is ready to have a right old moan. Ash Rose is joined by Matthew Crist and author Jim Keoghan to discuss his new book 'Is It Just Me Or Is Modern Football S**t? It gives license for the boys to tell you exactly why football in the 90s was better and have a right old dig at the 'state' of…
 
On the 25th anniversary of Euro 96, the boys are back to once again get the feels for that summer all over again. Ash Rose is joined by The Guardian's Sachin Nakrani, Joel Young (eventually) and former BBC Editor Paul Armstrong to talk through how the BBC brought Euro 96 to our homes. We chat pundits, theme tunes and the battle with ITV as well as …
 
As we head towards this season's Champions League Final we travel back to the first season of The Champions League from 1992-93 and all it's hoo-har! Ash Rose is joined by Matthew Crist and author of new book 'The Fix' James Dixon as the boys chat through Leeds' three-legged tie with Stuttgart, The Battle of Britain and infamous final and all it's …
 
In a week where football was thrown into chaos it's fitting that the subject of this new episode is someone who's love for football epitomises how fans feel about the happenings in 2021. Join Ash, Joel and Matthew as they welcome author David Hartrick to talk about Bobby Robson. Using David's brand new book Silver Linings - Bobby Robson's England a…
 
Another slice of 90s football heads your way as the gang recall the 'One Something Wonders' from the decade that changed football forever. Ash Rose is joined by Joel Young, Matthew Crist and author Tom Whitworth as they run down the flash in the pans, the one season top flight teams and some short-lived 90s gaffers. Plus, there's chat on Tom's bran…
 
The capital is calling us on this new episode of the original 90s football podcast as we look back on London football in the 90s. Ash welcomes back Joel to the show, along with author of 'London Fields' Mark Waldron and Presenter and YouTuber James Allcott. The boys look back at the best and the worst from the decade's six main top flight teams and…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
A brilliant Saturday morning in Torun at the European Indoors for Ireland's Sarah Lavin and Sean Tobin.Lavin is through to the semi-finals of the 60m hurdles, another lifetime best of 8.06 seconds, beating the mark of 8.13 set in Madrid a couple of weeks ago.Tobin, who were regularly see competing on the Grand Prix circuit in the vest of his club C…
 
A brilliant Saturday morning in Torun at the European Indoors for Ireland's Sarah Lavin and Sean Tobin.Lavin is through to the semi-finals of the 60m hurdles, another lifetime best of 8.06 seconds, beating the mark of 8.13 set in Madrid a couple of weeks ago.She's been telling Will Downing it has the feeling of a comeback season:…
 
A brilliant Saturday morning in Torun at the European Indoors for Ireland's Sarah Lavin and Sean Tobin.Lavin is through to the semi-finals of the 60m hurdles, another lifetime best of 8.06 seconds, beating the mark of 8.13 set in Madrid a couple of weeks ago.Tobin, who were regularly see competing on the Grand Prix circuit in the vest of his club C…
 
The gang reconvene to create the quintessential team of the 1990s. No this isn't the best team of the decade, it's an eleven of players that scream 1990s! So join Ash Rose, Matthew Crist and Paul Benson as they breakdown unfashionable goalies, foreign fancies, hard men and England's infamous left hand side. Plus, we speak to Liverpool and England l…
 
The original 90s football podcast is back for it's sixth season and we're reminiscing once again about the decade that changed football forever. For our first episode of the year, Ash Rose is joined by Matthew Crist and Hooked On's Paul Benson to discuss those things from the 90s that modern football has left behind. So prepare for chat on goalkeep…
 
We get back to our theme of 90s icons for this new episodes and today's subject of focus is Alan Shearer. Ash is joined by regular cohort Matthew Crist and freelance football journalist Matt 'Ketch' Ketchell to look back at the 90s career of one of the best players of the decade. The boys talk through his big move to Blackburn, the title win, SAS a…
 
Ash and Joel are joined by authors John Smith and Dan Trelfer to discuss their brand new book 'Second Yellow' which picks out the best bits from footballers autobiographies. The boys pull out the most 90s-related stories to much hilarity whilst also discussing their fandom from the east and west sides of London. Plus, Ash chews the 90s fat with for…
 
Alive and Kicking is back and ready to lighten your lockdown with more 90s nostalgia from the decade that changed football forever. In this first episode of the new series we introduce 'Our 90s' as host Ash Rose and regulars Joel Young and Matthew Crist welcome TV presenter Sam Homewood to talk about his 90s likes and dislikes from Manchester Unite…
 
On this week's episode we are joined by ex Premier League and England player, Darren Bent, who has over 250 Premier League appearances, plus 13 caps for England. Darren joins us to discuss his career, being an Arsenal fan but playing for Spurs and to rate this season's new kits. In this podcast series you can expect to hear us reminiscing about ico…
 
It's taken 120-odd episodes, but we're finally going full throttle on one of our favourite players of the 1990s. Yes, this is your Juninho show. Ash and Joel (obviously) are joined by Tom Flight - author of a recently released book on Boro's 96-97 season - and the trio wax lyrical about the greatest player to don the Middlesbrough shirt. They chat …
 
French striker Yann Kermorgant found fame and played most of his football career in the EFL Championship, but his career almost never happened at all.Kermorgant won the Championship with Bournemouth and League One at Charlton, reaching the Championship play-off final with Reading and the semis with Leicester - but serious illness only saw him turn …
 
Ian Baraclough joins Will Downing after his appointment as Northern Ireland manager, after three successful years as NI U21 boss that saw the most successful European qualifying campaign ever, including an away win over Spain.And commentator Michael Clarke fills in the background behind the move.由Irish Sports Network
 
On this week's episode we are joined by Premier League and England great, Emile Heskey. We talk through Emile's career, favourite shirts growing up, World Cup memories and answering your questions. In this podcast series you can expect to hear us reminiscing about iconic shirts, classic moments, legendary players and we might even be joined by the …
 
On June 25th 1982, Northern Ireland scored their famous victory over Spain at the World Cup in Valencia.38 years on, Gerry Armstrong reflects on the famous night on the Med, Northern Ireland's run to the second phase, his playing days at the top of the First Division with Watford and in Spain with Real Mallorca, plus the La Liga greats he commentat…
 
As the Turkish SuperLig comes to British and Irish television for the first time in the throes of a thrilling four-way title race, Emre Sarigul of Turkish-Football.com joins us to run the rule over this season's Championship contenders.And with Bayern Munich claiming their eighth Bundesliga title in a row, how healthy is that for German football?Wi…
 
It's tournament time again for Alive and Kicking and we've rewound the clock to change the course of history for this episode, and ask the question...who would have been England's 1994 squad if they had qualified for USA 94. Ash Rose and Matthew Crist are joined by writer Stuart Steelyard to discuss his very article on the subject and debate what n…
 
On this week’s episode we are joined by former Aston Villa and England player, Gabriel Agbonlahor to talk about life after football, his favourite career moments and a shocking reveal from life in the England Camp under Fabio Capello. In this podcast series you can expect to hear us reminiscing about iconic shirts, classic moments, legendary player…
 
Former St Patrick's Athletic, Middlesbrough and Ireland defender Curtis Fleming talks at length about his new role as Punjab FC boss in India's I-League, how life has been like during the recent shutdown, and openings for black managers in England.With Will Downing, Mark Rodden and Stephane Jauny.由Irish Sports Network
 
It's the big kick-off in Spain's La Liga as Barcelona resume two points clear of Real Madrid, and there's discussion of Sevilla's win over Real Betis in El Gran Derby.Turkey's star-studded SuperLig is back - a thorough look at all the runners and riders.There's a profile of Pep Guardiola's new assistant manager at Manchester City, Juanma Lillo - co…
 
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