Step back in time and relive a decade the changed football forever, with Alive and Kicking; The 90s Football Podcast. Join Ash Rose - author of Alive and Kicking; The Ultimate Book of 90s Football Nostalgia - and guests, who every week will be looking back and discussing the biggest moments and memories from football in the 1990s. If the 1990s are now retro, this this is your retro celebration! From the fun to the farcical, classic to cringe Alive and Kicking has football in the 1990s all wrapped up just for you!
One Something Wonders
Another slice of 90s football heads your way as the gang recall the 'One Something Wonders' from the decade that changed football forever. Ash Rose is joined by Joel Young, Matthew Crist and author Tom Whitworth as they run down the flash in the pans, the one season top flight teams and some short-lived 90s gaffers. Plus, there's chat on Tom's brand new book 'When The Seagulls Follow The Trawler' and memories of Sheffield Wednesday in the 1990s. Keep it90s
The capital is calling us on this new episode of the original 90s football podcast as we look back on London football in the 90s. Ash welcomes back Joel to the show, along with author of 'London Fields' Mark Waldron and Presenter and YouTuber James Allcott. The boys look back at the best and the worst from the decade's six main top flight teams and then build the ultimate 90s London XI. There's chat on Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea, West Ham, Wimbledon and probably more QPR than you'd imagine! London's calling and so is your latest dose of 90s football nostalgia. Keep it 90s!
Ultimate 90s XI
The gang reconvene to create the quintessential team of the 1990s. No this isn't the best team of the decade, it's an eleven of players that scream 1990s! So join Ash Rose, Matthew Crist and Paul Benson as they breakdown unfashionable goalies, foreign fancies, hard men and England's infamous left hand side.
Plus, we speak to Liverpool and England legend John Barnes about transitions, cream suits and THAT rap. #Keepit90s
Back in the 90s
The original 90s football podcast is back for it's sixth season and we're reminiscing once again about the decade that changed football forever. For our first episode of the year, Ash Rose is joined by Matthew Crist and Hooked On's Paul Benson to discuss those things from the 90s that modern football has left behind. So prepare for chat on goalkeeper who weren't cool, goal nets (again) and whatever happened to Mike Walker? Plus we chew the Maine Road fat with former Manchester City boss Brian Horton as he chats about his new book and his time in charge of City. #Keepit90s.
Thanks to Pitch Publishing. Brian Horton's new book 'Two Thousand Games' is available now.
90s Icons - Shearer
We get back to our theme of 90s icons for this new episodes and today's subject of focus is Alan Shearer. Ash is joined by regular cohort Matthew Crist and freelance football journalist Matt 'Ketch' Ketchell to look back at the 90s career of one of the best players of the decade. The boys talk through his big move to Blackburn, the title win, SAS and of course his homecoming to Newcastle - plus loads of England in between. Keep it 90s!
The Autobiographies Episode
Ash and Joel are joined by authors John Smith and Dan Trelfer to discuss their brand new book 'Second Yellow' which picks out the best bits from footballers autobiographies. The boys pull out the most 90s-related stories to much hilarity whilst also discussing their fandom from the east and west sides of London. Plus, Ash chews the 90s fat with former Nottingham Forest and Norway midfielder Lars Bohinen and there's tangents galore as we discover which famous TV presenter of the era took a shine to a very 90s defender. Keep it 90s!