The Summer of 96 Part 2

AK90s continues it’s look back at the summer of 1996, and Euro 96 by delving into the knock-out stages of the tournament. Ash Rose is joined once again by freelance football writer Richard Buxton, football guru Rob Gallagher and Media 73’s nostalgia loving Graham Large. The boys talk England’s ecstasy and agony and they reflect on the merits of the eventual winners. Plus former Scotland defender Colin Hendry joins them on the phone.


Toys Are Us

On this weeks show, the guys get to relive their youthful trips to Toys ‘R’ Us and Beatties (which gets three mentions!) by chatting through the 90s football toys and games. Ash Rose is joined by Editor at Wearable and Man Utd fan Michael Sawh, Merseyside freelance football writer and Red Richard Buxton and Media 73’s Wolves man Graham Large. The guys talk Subbuteo, Corinthians, and what one guest calls the ‘worst’ board game of all time. There’s also top natter on the phone with ex Aston Villa and Wolves defender Derek Mountfield, who kicked off the decade as part of the Tonka Sports Stars range.

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Press Start to Play

Yes it’s finally here, the AK90s team talk 90s Video Games in the most eagerly awaited pod yet. Ash is joined by Liverpool fan Paul Machin from Redman TV/Ball Street and Retro Football TV, from the Sun and author of ‘FIFA Football’ Lee Price and Media 73’s Wolves mogul Graham Large. The boys relive all the classics from Sensible Soccer to Championship Manager, plus settle the ISS vs FIFA debate once and for all. There’s also an interview with former QPR midfielder Simon Barker on the phone too.

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Soccer Stars and Stripes

It’s tournament time again, and this week we look back at World Cup USA 94. Ash is joined once again by Media 73’s Graham Large, from Squawka Liverpool fan Amar Singh and from across the pond KICK TV’s Wimbledon supporting Ryan Bailey. There’s also TWO interviews as BBC’s Steve Wilson recall’s his time covering the finals, plus former Nigeria star Daniel Amokachi shares his memories of the tournament and his time at Everton.

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