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The podcast that takes a nostalgic look at the Premier League era.

Carl Jones is joined by fellow comedians, famous faces, ex-players and super fans to revisit the illustrious history of the English top flight since 1992 and, more than occasionally, dig a little deeper into the archives too.

From Brian Deane's opening goal to the present day, we'll delve into the iconic moments, seminal players, era-defining games and unforgettable goals that transformed England's top flight into one of the most watched sporting leagues in the world.

#premierleague #EPL #90sFootball #00sFootball

When Football Began Again - The Premier League Years podcast Carl Jones

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The podcast that takes a nostalgic look at the Premier League era.

Carl Jones is joined by fellow comedians, famous faces, ex-players and super fans to revisit the illustrious history of the English top flight since 1992 and, more than occasionally, dig a little deeper into the archives too.

From Brian Deane's opening goal to the present day, we'll delve into the iconic moments, seminal players, era-defining games and unforgettable goals that transformed England's top flight into one of the most watched sporting leagues in the world.

#premierleague #EPL #90sFootball #00sFootball

    1998/99 revisited with Marv Dickinson and James Cook

    1998/99 revisited with Marv Dickinson and James Cook

    Host Carl Jones is joined by actor, comedian and Manchester United fan Marv Dickinson and comedia, Aston Villa fan and host of World Cup of World Cups and World Cup of Euros, James Cook to relive the 1998/99 season.
    There's the return of David Beckham from France '98 as public enemy number one, Paulo Di Canio pushing over a referee, John Hartson volleying a teammate in the head. Roy Evans budges up for Gerard Houllier in the Liverpool dugout, Big Ron takes his place in the wrong one and Brian Kidd waves goodbye to his seat on the bench at the beginnings of one of the greatest seasons recorded in club football to take Blackburn down instead.
    Dwight Yorke narrowly avoids being shot by John Gregory, David Unsworth avoids him altogether and Duncan Ferguson becomes the first (and last) player to represent Newcastle United with an Everton crest tattooed on them.
    There's also some great trivia, hilarious anecodotes and a slightly sombre greatest ever Premier League Cameroonian for reasons that will become apparent. 
    Enjoyed the show? Please subscribe, leave us a 5* review, subscribe on YouTube for video episodes and additional content and pass the pod to anyone who you think will enjoy it. You can also find us on social media where we'll have Twitter polls, highlights from the show and nostalgic clips from yesteryear.
    You can now also buy me a coffee/beer! If you can afford to and want to make a small contribution to the running costs of the show, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    Listen: https://podfollow.com/when-football-began-again 
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    You can also get in touch via whenfootballbeganagain@gmail.com with your own memories - we'll share as many as we can in future episodes.

    • 1 時間41分
    Man United's Treble-winning season with author Rob Carless who picks his best games of 98/99

    Man United's Treble-winning season with author Rob Carless who picks his best games of 98/99

    Today's guest is author Rob Carless who shares his memorable matches from 1998/99. We also cover his new book, Three Games In May, breaking down Manchester United's historic Treble - none of which were won untul those final three games.
     
    In between remembering Fergie's men's historic achievement, Rob dips into some of his favourite moment from the season, including the inspirational captaincy of Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs scoring a solo goal for the ages, Jaap Stam's difficult initial adaption to life in the Premier League and David Beckham finding redemption post-France '98.
     
    Rob also remembers some of the memorable moments for his own beloved Aston Villa, including losing Dwight Yorke to Old Trafford, topping the league at the halfway point of the season and an unfortunate festive-themed air display where we update on how a parachuting Santa Claus recovered from a rather dramatic accident.
     
    We'll also reveal the winner of the Premier League's greatest ever Burundian based on your votes from last week's show.
     
    Enjoyed the show? Please subscribe, leave us a 5* review and pass the pod to anyone who you think will enjoy it. You can also find us on social media where we'll have Twitter polls, highlights from the show and nostalgic clips from yesteryear.
    You can grab a copy of Rob's book here: https://www.bobsbooks66.co.uk/
    You can now also buy me a coffee/beer! If you can afford to and want to make a small contribution to the running costs of the show, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    Listen: https://podfollow.com/when-football-began-again
    YouTube: @whenfootballbeganagainpod
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    Facebook: @WhenFootyBeganAgainPod
    Twitter: @WFBApod
    TikTok: whenfootballbegan
    Buy Me A Beer: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    You can also get in touch via whenfootballbeganagain@gmail.com with your own memories - we'll share as many as we can in future episodes. 
    #MUFC #PremierLeague #FootballPodcast #90sFootball

    • 58分
    Reading FC in the Premier League (part two) with Sam Michael and Johnny Hunt

    Reading FC in the Premier League (part two) with Sam Michael and Johnny Hunt

    Host Carl Jones is joined by comedian and host of Comedians Talking About Football, Sam Michael and Royals superfan and terrace cult hero Johnny Hunt to continue the count up the all-time Premier League table as we reach 43rd place and Reading FC.
    In this second episode, we cover Reading's second spell in the top flight, the near miss of a return in 2017 and the intervening years that have seen the club fall to the brink of extinction thanks to the disastrous ownership of Dai Yongge.
    There's an emotional call to arms from both guests and a plea to the wider footballing world not to take for granted that it might never happen to them. We also remember Eamonn Dolan, a key factor in The Royals' success over the years, as well as looking back on some of the wildest results of any club in recent seasons, with a 7-5, 7-4 and 6-4 defeat to chew over.
    We'll also put a chaotic Premier League Reading XI into the archives, it's more slim pickings for the Premier League's greatest Burundian of all-time and we end on a Royals-themed round of Play Your Apps Right that gets predictably heated.
    Enjoyed the show? Please subscribe, leave us a 5* review, subscribe on YouTube for video episodes and additional content and pass the pod to anyone who you think will enjoy it. You can also find us on social media where we'll have Twitter polls, highlights from the show and nostalgic clips from yesteryear.
    You can now also buy me a coffee/beer! If you can afford to and want to make a small contribution to the running costs of the show, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    Listen: https://podfollow.com/when-football-began-again 
    YouTube: @whenfootballbeganagainpod
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    Facebook: @WhenFootyBeganAgainPod
    Twitter: @WFBApod
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    Buy Me A Beer: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
    You can also get in touch via whenfootballbeganagain@gmail.com with your own memories - we'll share as many as we can in future episodes.

    • 1 時間10分
    Reading FC in the Premier League (part one) with Sam Michael and Johnny Hunt

    Reading FC in the Premier League (part one) with Sam Michael and Johnny Hunt

    Host Carl Jones is joined by comedian and host of Comedians Talking About Football, Sam Michael and Royals superfan and terrace cult hero Johnny Hunt to continue the count up the all-time Premier League table as we reach 43rd place and Reading FC.
    In this first episode of a packed double-header, we take a dip into the archives for a potted history of The Royals before covering how Sir John Madejski built a stadium in his own name that would eventually see a record-breaking Steve Coppell side rise to the top flight for the first time in the Berkshire club's history.
    A fantastic first season sees Reading pushing for the European spots before second season syndrome kicked in and they returned to the Championship - we cover where the lads think it went wrong.
    Make sure you subscribe for part two where we cover the second spell in the top flight and the reign of Dai Yongge among other things.
    Enjoyed the show? Please subscribe, leave us a 5* review, subscribe on YouTube for video episodes and additional content and pass the pod to anyone who you think will enjoy it. You can also find us on social media where we'll have Twitter polls, highlights from the show and nostalgic clips from yesteryear.
    You can now also buy me a coffee/beer! If you can afford to and want to make a small contribution to the running costs of the show, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    Listen: https://podfollow.com/when-football-began-again 
    YouTube: @whenfootballbeganagainpod
    Instagram: whenfootybeganagainpod
    Facebook: @WhenFootyBeganAgainPod
    Twitter: @WFBApod
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    Buy Me A Beer: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
    You can also get in touch via whenfootballbeganagain@gmail.com with your own memories - we'll share as many as we can in future episodes.

    • 51分
    Desert Island Matches with comedian Jack Campbell

    Desert Island Matches with comedian Jack Campbell

    Today's guest is former English Comedian of the Year Jack Campbell choosing the unforgettable matches he'd take with him to a desert island.
    Jack shares his memorable games - and there are quite a lot of them - and mixes in plenty of trivia he's picked up along the way, including his favorite team with a blue and white zebra on the logo, why not having a 'favourite' football team is perfectly suited to the way he consumes football and why Keiron Dyer and Lee Bowyer having a full-on scrap is up there with his favourite footballing memories. 
    We also reveal who the greatest Chilean to earn a place in our Premier League of Nations Hall of Fame is based on your votes! Spoiler alert: you didn't go for an obvious pick...
    Enjoyed the show? Please subscribe, leave us a 5* review and pass the pod to anyone who you think will enjoy it. You can also find us on social media where we'll have Twitter polls, highlights from the show and nostalgic clips from yesteryear.
    You can now also buy me a coffee/beer! If you can afford to and want to make a small contribution to the running costs of the show, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    Listen: https://podfollow.com/when-football-began-again
    YouTube: @whenfootballbeganagainpod
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    Facebook: @WhenFootyBeganAgainPod
    Twitter: @WFBApod
    TikTok: whenfootballbegan
    Buy Me A Beer: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    You can also get in touch via whenfootballbeganagain@gmail.com with your own memories - we'll share as many as we can in future episodes.

    • 1 時間6分
    What If Southgate Got Subbed? Desert Island Matches with author James Green

    What If Southgate Got Subbed? Desert Island Matches with author James Green

    Today's guest is author and comedian James Green choosing the desert island matches with a difference that he'd rewrite the history of. James' new book, What If Southgate Got Subbed?, is a great mix of fiction and non-fiction as James relives some of football's most memorable moments of the modern era and then reimagines them with a new ending - including what might have happened had Terry Venables introduced fresh legs for his Aston Villa defender back at Euro '96.
     
    Among the other games we relive, find out what might have happened had Eric Cantona had a quiet chat with the abusive fan in the stand, or if Steven Gerrard hadn't slipped at the crucial moment. We explore two unforgettable Champions League final comebacks, spoil Jamie Vardy's party and teach Paul Alcock karate among other famous moments where things could have been quite different...
     
    There's also a welcome return for Premier League of Nations as the greatest Chilean goes into our Hall of Fame - but will it be Bravo, Beausejour, Medel or Sanchez? You can pick up a copy of James' book here: https://amzn.eu/d/3UsfCgD 
     
    Enjoyed the show? Please subscribe, leave us a 5* review and pass the pod to anyone who you think will enjoy it. You can also find us on social media where we'll have Twitter polls, highlights from the show and nostalgic clips from yesteryear.
     
    You can now also buy me a coffee/beer! If you can afford to and want to make a small contribution to the running costs of the show, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    Listen: https://podfollow.com/when-football-began-again
    YouTube: @whenfootballbeganagainpod
    Instagram: whenfootybeganagainpod
    Facebook: @WhenFootyBeganAgainPod
    Twitter: @WFBApod
    TikTok: whenfootballbegan
    Buy Me A Beer: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whenfootballbeganagain
     
    You can also get in touch via whenfootballbeganagain@gmail.com with your own memories - we'll share as many as we can in future episodes.

    • 57分

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