Dotun and Tim are joined by Sam Delaney to discuss England V Scotland at Euro 96. They also discuss the economics of the time, the true musical value of Oasis and why pop culture of the 90's seemed so wide ranging.
Dotun and Tim welcome sports Journalist Michael Calvin on to the show. They discuss being in the stadium for that game, sports journalism and Michael's new book 'Whose Game Is It Anyway.'
Tim is joined by Pat Nevin to talk about playing for Chelsea in the 80's, going to the Hacienda and politics of the time.
Pat has a new book out called 'The Accidental Footballer' and it's avaliable in all good bookshops.
Or here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-accidental-footballer/pat-nevin/9781800960114
Dotun and Tim are joined by James Dixon the author of 'The Fix' to discuss the first and only time a French side won the Champions League, Marseille in 1993.
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Dotun and Tim welcome Scottish writer Hugh MacDonald back onto the show to talk about Scotland losing to Peru in their opening game of the 1978 World Cup.
The Scotland team managed by Ally MacLeod went out to Argentina with high expectations and it didn't go to plan.
Dotun and Tim go back to the 1962 World Cup quater-final where a Garrincha inspired Brazil sent England home.
They also have a look at the singles charts and the news of the day.
Dotun and Tim welcome Paddy Barclay onto the show and go back to 1963 to discuss the football, the music and culture on the day that George Best made his professional debut.
Dotun and Tim go back to the 1987 to the first round of the European Cup, a game that led to the creation of the modern Champions League.
Dotun and Tim welcome Paolo Hewitt onto the show to talk about Spurs beating City to win the cup in 1981.
Dotun and Tim go back to the Maracanã in June 1984 to discuss a clash between Brazil and England, remembered for John Barnes goal.
They discuss the impact of the minors strike and take a look at the charts of the day.
Dotun and Tim are joined by football journalist Carrie Brown and go back to the 2009 Champions League final. They discuss the night Pep's Barcelona side came of age in Rome.
Dotun and Tim are joined by Andy Dawson to discuss when 2nd division Sunderland beat an all-conquering Leeds side to win the FA Cup at Wembley.
For More Andy Dawson you can catch him on podcasts:
Top Flight Time Machine - https://podfollow.com/1361056037
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Beans on Toast - https://podfollow.com/1448280795
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Making Love Songs: https://podfollow.com/lovesongpod
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Dotun and Tim welcome Crystal Palace fan Kevin Day onto the show to discuss the 1990 FA Cup Semi-Final.
A game that saw Crystal Palace knock Liverpool out of the cup only months after losing 9-0 to them in the league.
Kevin Day presents two other podcasts:
Razor's A-Z of Football - https://podfollow.com/razorpod
Price of Football https://podfollow.com/1482886394
Both we highly recommend checking out.
Dotun and Tim go back to April 1972, to revisit the day Sir Alf Ramsey's England lost to West Germany. A match that would herald the end of England's dominance in world football.
Dotun and Tim go back to May 1965 to the day that West Ham win the European Cup winners cup.
They are joined by West Ham fan Mark Webster.
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'Making Love Songs' - https://podfollow.com/lovesongpod
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Dotun Adebayo and Tim Vickery pay tribute to footballer and broadcaster Ian St John by reflecting on Liverpool's first FA Cup win in 1965 against Leeds at Wembley.
Dotun and Tim are joined by Jonny Owen the director of 'I Believe in Miracles' and broadcaster to discuss Nottingham Forest's first European Cup win.
They talk Brian Clough, music and Thatcher.
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Dotun and Tim go back to the 6th May 1956, the day England played host to Brazil at Wembley. It would be the first time these two national sides yet met and a game that is remembered for the wizadry of Stanley Matthews
Scottish sports writer and lifelong Hugh MacDonald joins Dotun and Tim to discuss 'The Battle of Montevideo', when Celtic faced Racing Club de Avellaneda for the third leg of the Intercontinental Cup. A match that became infamous for the number of red cards handed out.
Dotun and Tim are joined by broadcaster and West Brom fan Adrian Goldberg to discuss the day that Aston Villa won the European Cup. As well as the football they discuss the Midlands music scene of the early 80's and the Falklands war.
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Dotun and Tim go back to autumn 1993 to discuss the game that landed a fatal blow to England's hopes of qualifying for the 1994 World Cup.
Dotun and Tim are joined by Asif Kapadia the director of Diego Maradona the definitive documentary about the Argentine. They discuss the time that Asif spent with the icon and what made Diego so brilliant and so flawed.
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Dotun and Tim go to Essex in 1971 to discuss Colchester United knocking out Leeds United from the FA Cup. They also take a look at the charts at the time as well.
Dotun and Tim are joined by Swindon Town fan and broadcaster Vic Morgan to discuss the 1969 League Cup Final, what it meant for Swindon, the chart of the time and debate the merits of Led Zepplin.
Dotun and Tim reflect back on the Heysel Stadium disaster and discuss what impact the European Football ban had on English football.