Stuck On You – Podcast

Got, got, got…..NEED! Yes, this week we take another look at stickers and collectibles in the 1990s – a golden era for collectors! Ash Rose is joined by regular Joel Young and author of ‘Stuck On You’ Greg Lansdowne, ahead of this ITV4 documentary of the same name airing next week. The boys chat through the early 90s days of Panini, the rise of Merlin and their Premier League collections plus Pro Set, Pro Match, Orbis, Upper Deck and loads loads more. There’s also an interview with former Man City and Sunderland goalie Tony Coton. Stick with us and don’t be swapping for any other 90s podcast….and of course Keep it 90s!

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I really rated him – Podcast

The AK90s team return with another XI, as they try and cobble together the most underrated players of the 1990s. Host Ash Rose is joined by regulars Joel Young and Sid Lambert as they each pick an XI of who they consider the decade’s most underrated footballers. Don’t agree? Why not play along and send us your own XI of who you think should have made the cut. We are also joined on the line by former Sheffield Wednesday and England midfielder Carlton Palmer, who chats about his new book, life under Big Ron and Graham Taylor’s England. #Keepit90s

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Into the Dragon’s Lair! – Podcast

It’s been twenty years since Sky One introduced Dream Team into our lives! So to celebrate this milestone of the best football-based soap that there’s ever been, we look back on Harchester United and all its glory! Ash Rose is joined by regulars Joel Young and Simon Needle (as well as a little assistance from @DieHardDT) as they relive the show’s very episode and then chat through the highs and lows of the Dragons. Talking Boardroom naughtiness, cup final shootings and the very many famous faces that made their name in Harchester. Plus, we’re joined on the phone by the one and only Luis Amor Rodriguez, aka actor Martin Crews. #Keepit90s

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1998-99 The Treble – Podcast

We’ve reached the end of the countdown, looking back at the 1990s season-by-season with the 1998-99 campaign. Host Ash Rose is joined by journalist and Man Utd fan Matthew Crist to relive the glorious treble as well as BBC journalist and author Cris Slegg who talks to us about Spurs roller-coaster of a season. Plus there’s chat on Di Canio’s push, Hoddle’s sacking and two more names from the past go into the 90s Players That Time Forgot vault. On the phone former Portsmouth, Spurs and England star Darren Anderton has a natter with Ash about FA Cups, Worthington Cups and major tournaments. #Keepit90s

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1997-98 Wenger’s Wonders – Podcast

It’s the penultimate episode in our season-by-season countdown of the 1990s as we delve into 1997-98 and took at two ends of the table. Joining host Ash Rose to talk all things Arsenal in a memorable double-winning season is author and journalist Chas Newkey-Burden, while at the other end director and podcaster with Filmmakers Pod, Giles Alderson recalls Barnsley’s Premier League campaign. There’s also chat on Tino Aprilla’s hat-trick, Roy Keane’s injury and lots of Dennis Bergkamp. Plus giving us an inside view on the Tykes, Ash chats to former Barnsley defender Nicky Eaden on the blower. #Keepit90s

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1996-97 Bonkers Boro – Podcast

Back once again like a renegade master and back with our season-by-season countdown as we focus on the bonkers season that was 1996-97. None more so than at The Riverside so it’s only right that Ash Rose is joined by AK90s resident Joel Young to talk all things Boro as well as debutant Simon Needle who relives yet another glory laden season for Man Utd. The boys also chat through Arsene Who? Sean Bean adverts and Keegan’s last hurrah….which puts Joel firmly on his soapbox. Plus on the phone former Newcastle assistant manager and Liverpool hero Terry McDermott chats to Ash about his time with the Toon Army during the decade. #Keepit90s

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When Ash met Alexi – Podcast

Alive and Kicking celebrates it’s milestone 50th episode with a very special show, as host Ash Rose goes one-on-one with 90s icon Alexi Lalas. The pair chat about Alexi’s early career in the US, through international recognition and then the 1994 World Cup when he exploded onto the scene – and of course THAT kit. There’s also memories of his time in Italy, he’s musical career and his memorable Fantasy Football League appearance with Baddiel and Skinner. There’s also time for some Q&A’s and some gushing thank you’s as AK90s hits the big 50! Keep it 90s!

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1995-96 I’d Love it – Podcast

We resume our season-by-season countdown of the 90s with a look back at the 1995-96 campaign. This was a season dominated by the epic title battle between Manchester United and Newcastle United and we have a voice from each as Ash is joined by journalist Matthew Chris and the man behind the Championship Manager blog David Black. As well as Keegan, Ferguson, Anfield and all that, the boys also chat through the stellar set of signings who joined the Premier League that year as well as Gazza’s move to Scotland and yet more memories of Euro 96. Plus there’s an interview with former Blackburn, Newcastle and Bolton man Scott Sellars. Keep it 90s!

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FA Cup Day – Podcast

In another slice of bonus 90s action, Ash Rose is back to talk FA Cup Finals of the 90s. He’s joined by journalists Matthew Crist and Chas Newkey-Burden as well as former footballer turned pundit Sam Parkin to look back at all ten finals of the decade. The boys discuss Man Utd’s five appearances, the one-sided nature of most finals and of course THOSE white suits. On the phone is 1991 Cup Final scorer for Spurs Paul Stewart. #Keepit90s

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The Play Off Picture – Podcast

Ahead of the Football League Play Offs, Alive and Kicking brings you a bonus episode looking back at the play offs from the 1990s. Ash Rose is joined by someone who has literally written the book on the Play Offs Richard Foster, Hooked On Event’s Paul Benson and Charlton author Paul Breen. With thirty games over the decade, the boys try to cover as much as possible including Swindon’s early 90s adventures, Crystal Palace’s back-to-back appearances as well as the greatest play-off final of them all. On the phone Ash is joined by former Swindon goalkeeper Fraser Digby. #Keepit90s

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1994-95 Ewood Ecstacy – Podcast

We’ve reached the halfway point in the AK90s season-by-season look back, and what a season it was. To look back at what was a truly eventful campaign Ash Rose is joined by BBC’s John Harrison, talkSPORT’s Matt Davies and freelance journalist Richard Buxton. The boys aim to cheer-up Blackburn fans with a look back at that famous title win and final day at Anfield and there’s also chat about Everton, Robbie Fowler, Arsenal’s misdemeanours and of course Cantona’s infamous meltdown at Selhust Park. Plus on the phone Ash chats to former Crystal Palace and Coventry winger John Salako and there’s three new names to recall in 90s Players That Time Forgot. #Keepit90s

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1993-94 Double Delight – Podcast

AK90s is back and continues it’s season by season countdown with a look back at 1993-94. Ash Rose is joined by show regular and Boro fan Joel Young as well as debutant Mark Godfrey, editor of The Football Pink – who shares with us all you need to know about their special 1990s issue. The boys chat through Man Utd’s double win, Everton’s scrape with relegation and Swindon Town’s Premier League ride. Plus Villa’s Cup win, England’s demise and a little of World Cup 94 and THAT USA kit. What’s more we drop two new names that 90s football forgot and speak to former QPR and Fulham defender Rufus Brevett! #Keepit90s!

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1992-93 A Whole New Ball Game

It’s the season of change on this episode’s Alive and Kicking as Ash is joined once agin by journalist Matthew Crist and talkSPORT’s Matt Davies to discuss all things 1992-93. The boys chat through the birth of the Premier League and Sky’s pivotal role – including THAT advert. Along with Manchester United’s title win, Forest’s demise, Arsenal, The Champions League and a whole load more. Plus there’s an interview with one of the decades most recognisable broadcasters Matt Lorezno and the guests also become the first to join in a new feature by naming two of the 90’s most obscure footballers! #Keepit90s

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1991 – 92 The End Of An Era

Continuing the look back at each season of the 1990s, Ash is joined by radio DJ John Isherwood and journalist Matthew Crist to discuss all things 1991-92. In the last season before the birth of the Premier League the boys look back on the tussle at the top between Man Utd and eventual league winners Leeds, Liverpool’s FA Cup win and the returns of Kenny Dalglish and Kevin Keegan. There’s even time for chat on memorable kits, ITV’s The Match and Ash waxing lyrical about a famous QPR result that was pivotal in the story of the season. Plus there’s an excellent interview with former Man Utd and England defender Paul Parker. Keep it 90s!

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1990-91- The beginning of the decade

Alive and Kicking begins a new series with a look back at each season of the 1990s, beginning with 1990-91. Ash is joined by Arsenal fan and author of ‘Stuck On You’ Greg Landsdowne as the pair chat through the Gunners championship winning campaign, look back at the famous 21-man brawl at Old Trafford and talk Gazza, Cup Winners Cup and even Jozef Venglos. There’s even room for some reminiscing about Pro Set Cards too. All that, plus Ash speaks to former Nottingham Forest defender Steve Chettle about the 91 Cup Final, Brian Clough and someone who he thinks could have been ‘The English Lionel Messi’. Keep it 90s!

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During the break

Ash Rose is once again joined by show regular Joel Young and the pair chat through the best and worst football adverts from the 1990s. From sports drinks to cereals, fast food to new boots, if there was an advert with a football connection in the 90s the boys have it covered. Also chatting on the phone to Ash is former Aston Villa and Tranmere defender Shaun Teale, as he talks Big Ron, League Cup success and playing in Hong Kong during the decade.
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Tied to 90s

For the first show of 2017, Ash Rose is joined by AK90s regular Joel Young to discuss a list of things that are quintessentially 90s. So get ready for a look back at long-forgotten cups, toys that summed-up the decade and TV coverage that could only come from the 1990s. We are also joined on the phone by former ITV anchor Elton Welsby who talks about his time covering football and shares some memories of the late Graham Taylor. Keep it 90s!

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Stripped Down

We’re back for a Christmas treat – a new episode full of 90s football goodness. Ash is joined by acclaimed kit expert John Devlin as the pair countdown their top five football kits from the 1990s. With some surprise choices from each! We also chat to former West Ham and Man City midfielder Ian Bishop on the phone. Enjoy this festive piece of 1990s football nostalgia!

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Cashing In On Potential

With Christmas presents in mind, Ash is joined by author Sid Lambert to talk about his new novel centred around football in the 1990s, Cashing In. Taking inspiration from the theme, the boys then pick their individual XI’s of young players from the 90s who never quite made the grade. So get ready for lots of talk about Darren Caskey, Chris Bart-Williams, Rob Jones and many more. There’s also a fascinating interview with 1990s prodigy Sonny Pike, who tells us what it was like to be signed by Ajax before he was 10 years old. #Keepit90s

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You do Ron, Ron

In another AK90s ‘special episode’ host Ash Rose talks through some the 90s titbits that may have been missed from last season. Including the best boots of the decades, VHS tapes and more forgotten teams of the 1990s. Plus there’s a brilliant interview with former Sheffield Wednesday, Aston Villa and Harchester United manager Ron Atkinson. #Keepit90s.
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