Cardiff v Leeds 2002 with Michael Duberry
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When Scott Young pounced to score one of the most famous goals in Cardiff City history, Michael Duberry is right behind him. The former Leeds defender gives Bluebirds legend Nathan Blake and Dan Tyte the story from the other side, his take on what Ninian Park was like as an opposition player on the 6th January 2002. Leeds United came to Cardiff in the third round of the FA Cup sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League, semi-finalists in last season’s Champions League, a court case involving Jonathan Woodgate and Lee Bowyer – in which Duberry was called as a witness- finishing weeks before the game. As well as the giant-killing, Blakes, Dubes and Dan talk the social media blackout, Super League and Michael’s new life with leadership skills company Made Leaders. This week’s top 5s are as eclectic as ever. Check out the A Bit of Swazz playlist on Spotify here: Subscribe, like, give a 5 star review and share, so more City fans find out about the pod. A Jams and Mr B production. Follow A Bit of Swazz on the socials. @SwazzPod See for privacy and opt-out information.
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