Some players end up on the receiving end of stick from supporters for no real reason. In 2000-01, Richard Edghill was the unfortunate player who copped for far more criticism than his displays deserved, as Manchester City struggling in the Premier League. He was a club stalwart - having scored a remarkable penalty in the 1999 Division Two play-off final and been with the team through thick and thin before it. The Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney caught up with the former City defender in 2013 to get his memories of his long career at Maine Road.
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