Rivalries #1 – Arsenal vs. Manchester United – Podcast

Seconds out for round one of our rivalries themed shows! To kick things off we’ve picked a rivalry that bookend the decade between of the biggest teams of the 90s, Arsenal vs. Manchester United. Ash Rose is the ref as he chairs a debate that sees Matthew Crist representing The Red Devils and Greg Lansdowne championing The Gunners. They boys chat through the infamous brawl of Old Trafford, Cantona seeing red and the arrival of Arsene Wenger that turned the rivalry red hot towards the end of the decade. Plus on the phone former Arsenal and England striker Alan Smith shares with us his memories of his career and talks about his brand new book.

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This Week In The 90s #23 – Rotterdam or Rome… – Podcast

It’s another international week, so the boys look make at two massive England moments from This Week In The 90s. Ash, Joel and Matthew go back to 1993 (when Ash was on holiday in the New Forest) to recall Graham Taylor giving birth to ‘Do I Not Like That’ and Ronald Koeman robbing England of a USA 94 place. Then on the flip side the boys look back at Glenn Hoddle’s warriors of Rome as the Three Lions booked their place at France 98. All that plus all the usual 90s nonsense, including John Fashanu and Awooga! #Keepit90s

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This Week In The 90s #22 – King Eric’s return and the arrival of The Little Fella – Podcast

We’ve manage to please both the boys on the latest episode of This Week in the 90s with chat on two of the biggest names of the decade. Ash Rose is the chair as he lets Matthew Christ revel in Eric Cantona’s memorable return from suspension and then sits back as Joel Young is let loose on the arrival of Middlesbrough’s favorite son Juninho. Plus there’s chat on Dalien Atkinson’s worldie, Patrick Vieria’s flem and a lengthy debate on the future of live football (Sponsored by Eleven Sports). Keep it 90s.

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This Week In The 90s #21 – Goalscoring goalies, ref bumps and Wembley Woes – Podcast

Your weekly dose of 90s football is back again with This Week in the 90s. On today’s show Ash Rose, Joel Young and birthday boy Matthew Crist look back at Peter Schmeichel’s soaring header in Europe, Arsenal’s Wembley woes and all the fun of Di Canio vs. Alcock. That plus Matthew’s birthday shenanigans with Roy Evans, Middlesbrough taking the blame for modern stadiums and famous people you’ve tinkled next too. As always, Keep it 90s!

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The…CHAMPIONS! – Podcast

It’s a bumper slice of 90s football action, as we jump on the Champions League bandwagon and look at some of the most memorable moments from the tournament during the 1990s. Ash, Joel and Matthew chat through ten highlights of the decade including the best goal, best teams, the best comeback and of course Nou Camp 1999. Plus, in a special interview we speak to 1995 Champions League winner Nwankwo Kanu ahead of his charity event later this month, and he recalls the highs and lows of his football career. All that and chat on Rock Profile, Celine Dion, FHM and an incredible amount more of 90s nonsense. Keep it 90s!

Premier League Masters V African Masters legends teams face off at The Hive, Barnet F.C. on Sunday 30th September 2018, tickets are available to buy now via http://mastersfootball.com/

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This Week In The 90s #20 – Wrighty breaks record & UEFA breaks the Champions League – Podcast

It’s more 90s nostalgia as we look back once again at This Week in the 90s. Fresh from the international break Ash, Joel and Matthew return to look back at the day Ian Wright broke Arsenal’s goal-scoring record, get moaning at UEFA changing the Champions League and recall Steve McManaman’s ‘worldy’ at Celtic Park. That plus memories of the Cup Winners Cup, Joel’s postman and loads more 90s natter. Keep it 90s!

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Steve Bruce and The Uncapped XI – Podcast

With it being international week, we thought we did into the England theme once again for a new full-length slice of 90s Football action. Ash Rose is joined by Joel Young and the returning Andrew Raeburn as each pick an XI of the best players to never win an England cap during the 1990s. Steve Bruce leads the way as the standard bearer for the unlucky club, but who else made the cut in the boy’s teams? Plus, on the phone we talk to former Crewe, Derby and Barnsley striker Ashley Ward, who chats Dario Gradi, Paulo Wanchope and scoring winners at Anfield. Keep it 90s!

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This Week In The 90s #19 – Bergkamp brilliance, Terrible Taibi and Becks England bow – Podcast

There’s lots to discuss on the latest episode of This Week in the 90s. Ash Rose, Joel Young and Matthew Crist dive into Dennis Bergkamp’s wonder goals during the classic thriller with Leicester, review the somewhat harsh treatment of Taibi the terrible and relive Hoddle’s, Becks’ and Hincliffe’s England bow. All that plus classic TV game shows, goal nets, Robbie Fowler and the BT Cellnet Riverside opening. Keep it 90s!

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This Week In The 90s #18 – Hansen’s famous fumble, Yeboah, and Newcastle’s Shearer/Gullit grumble – Podcast

The boys are back from their time travelling escapes to bring you another slice of This Week In The 90s. On the show we recall one of the decades most famous famous quotes from Alan Hansen, revel in the worldy wonder of Tony Yeboah and remember the St James power struggle between Alan Shearer and Ruud Gullit – always only going to be one winner in that one! Plus chat on the emotions of football, nomad footballers and waaaayyyyy too much 80s Top of the Pops. Remember, Keep it 90s!

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A 90s Season Preview – Podcast

It’s the time of year when everyone is doing a season preview, so we thought we’d join in the fun – with a 90s twist! We step into our time machine just like Jean-Claude Van Damme did in Timecop and go back to the summer of 1992 to preview the first ever Premier League season. Ash Rose, Joel Young and Matthew Crist ponder what will change in English football ahead of the Premier League, if Leeds can retain their League Championship, who will be their closest challengers and will anyone watch football on a Monday night? Plus, back in 2018 we speak to former Man City and Northern Ireland midfielder Steve Lomas. As always Keep it 90s!

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This Week In The 90s #17 – The super striker signings. – Podcast

It’s another slice of 90s football natter with This Week In The 90s. With transfer season in full force, the boys choose this week to discuss three game-changing signings of the decade that happened this week in the 1990s. Join Ash Rose, Joel Young and Matthew Crist as they look back at the arrival of Jurgen Klinsmann, Alan Shearer’s record move home and Arsenal’s signing of Thierry Henry. Plus a look back at our first ever live show and the usual droppings of random 90s culture – everyone remember 0181 811 8181? Yeah, us too. Keep it 90s

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Alive and Kicking – Live at Golazio! – Podcast

For the first time ever Alive and Kicking goes live for a very special episode for the launch of Golazio! Ash Rose, Joel Young and Matthew Crist were all in attendance as the boys hosted a live show in London with special guests, author Simon Hart and former Leeds, Torino and England defender Tony Dorigo. The panel set the tone for the evening by discussing Italia 90 and England’s run to Italia 90, with memories from the Alive and Kicking crew and the inside track from Tony himself. Find out what really happened to Bryan Robson, what is was like being part of that squad, playing under Bobby Robson and loads more in-between. All recorded at London’s first ever bar dedicated to 90’s Football Italia! Keep it 90s!

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This Week In The 90s #16 – Brazi’s fab fourth, Liverpool double-up and the Intertoto Cup – Podcast

The boys are back once again to chat through all the big talking points on This Week In the 90s. We take in our last piece of World Cup nostalgia as we look back on 1994’s disappointing final, before switching to domestic memories and chatting through Evans and Houllier at Liverpool as well as delve into the bonkers world of 1995’s launch of the Intertoto Cup. All that, plus Matthew’s World Cup diaries, Chris Rea and news of our first ever live show! Keep it 90s!

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Football’s Coming Home – Podcast

IT’S COMING HOME, IT’S COMING HOME, FOOTBALL’S COMING HOME! Twenty-two years after Three Lions was first released, the song is back in the charts and being sung up and down the country thanks to England’s exploits in Russia. So who better to talk to about it than one of the co-writes of the iconic tune Mr David Baddiel. In an exclusive interview David chats to our own Joel Young about the origin’s of the song, it’s success in 96 and 98 and the current viral phenomenon. So sit back, cast your mind back to 1996 and then let yourself dare to dream of what the history the England football team could make this week. Oh and of course, Keep it 90s!

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This Week In The 90s #15 – Great Danes of 92, England heartbreak and Platt’s World Cup Worldy – Podcast

Amidst the excitement of Football’s Coming Home in 2018, Alive and Kicking takes you back to the 1990s again with a look back at the biggest events of the week – and there’s plenty to discuss. Join Ash Rose, Matthew Crist and Joel Young as they look back on Denmark’s shock Euro 92 triumph, England’s heartbreaking exits out of Euro 96 and France 98, and on the eve of a meeting with Belgium recall one of England’s greatest World Cup goals. All that plus we delve further into Matthew’s World Cup diaries – jingle and all! #Keepit90s

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This Week In The 90s #14 – Euro 96 glory, Ireland feel the heat and Bergkamp jets in – Podcast

With the world gripped with World Cup fever, we take a look back at some memorable international moments from this past on This Week in the 90s. Ash Rose, Matthew Crist and Joel Young look back at the glorious summer of 96 as England downed both Holland and Spain, revisit the highs and lows of Ireland’s USA 94 campaign and on the domestic front recall Dennis Bergkamp’s Premier League arrival. Plus in a brand new feature, ‘Matthew’s Diary’ we relive his feelings on World Cup of 1994, the big news of the year and most importantly…what happened in Corrie and Neighbours. #Keepit90s!

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The Best World Cup of the 90s – Podcast

On the eve of World Cup 2018, Alive and Kicking settles the most pressing debate of World Cup season – what was the best World Cup of the 1990s? Host Ash Rose – very much in USA 94’s camp – is joined by Joel Young, championing France 98 and The Guardian’s Sachin Nakrani who is all about Italia 90. Between them the boys discuss which tournament comes up trumps in a variety of subjects and finally decide which World Cup was the decade’s very best. Plus with Russia 2018 in mind 90s legend on and off screen Gary Lineker talks about his hopes for the tournament and memories of his own World Cup heroics. Keep it 90s.

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This Week In The 90s #13 – Le Tournoi, Cameroon’s famous Lions & Shearer silences critics – Podcast

The boys get into the international mood this week, by looking at some key international moments from twenty or so years ago. Ash Rose, Matthew Crist and Joel Young look back at England’s triumph at Le Tournoi, recall Cameroon’s shock win to open Italia 90 and revel in the beginning of Euro 96 – Alan Shearer and all. All that plus chat on Simply Red, Brazil and Joel falling off a roof. Keep it 90s!

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This Week In The 90s #12 – Dickov saves City, Hoddle axes Gazza and Umbro Cup action – Podcast

Your weekly 90s football fix returns with This Week in the 90s! Ash Rose, Joel Young and Matthew Crist are in tow and the boys chat through Manchester City’s famous Play-Off win, Paul Gascoigne’s La Manga Meltdown and look back at 1995’s Umbro Cup and all it’s merits. All that plus more mentions for Guy Butters than anyone can ever remember, The Crystal Maze and the usual 90s bingo references. Keep it 90s!

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England’s 90s Squad – Podcast

With Gareth Southgate having picked his England squad for the World Club, the Alive and Kicking team put a 90s twist on it by choosing an England squad of their own made up of Three Lions players of the 1990s. The only rule is that have to have been capped by England at some point during the decade! Ash Rose is joined by Joel Young and Sid Lambert and they combine to pick the ultimate England 1990s squad. Plus in a special World Cup interview, Ash chats to former England captain and a shoe-in for their squad Alan Shearer. Keep it 90s!

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