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A podcast series in which two old uni friends, Matt Ketchell and Richie Wyatt, attempt to track down and interview as many footballers who featured in the 1997 Merlin Premier League sticker book as they can find. The pair ask players questions football fans have always wanted the answers to, take a nostalgic dribble through the playing career of their guest and stop to focus on the 1996/97 Premier League campaign, a period widely regarded as British football’s sweet spot. See acast.com/priva ...
 
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Oh what a feelin’, we’ve found Terry Phelan! Terry ticks A LOT of 1990s boxes having played for The Crazy Gang, Jack Charlton’s Republic of Ireland plus loads of big Premier League clubs like Chelsea, Man. City, Everton and Leeds to name a few. He also played at the 1994 World Cup and transferred teams during the 1996/97 season and talks about both…
 
Keith has been afforded the ultimate honour: a 'part two’ episode on Searching For Shineys. The ultimate recognition that he was a legendary player and an extremely likeable interviewee. In this second 45 minute (plus added time) podcast we discuss the 1996-97 season at Newcastle specifically, including the arrival of Alan Shearer for a then World …
 
Christmas has come early for Ketch as we’ve managed to find a member of The Entertainers! Keith Gillespie was a major part of the iconic Newcastle United side of the 1990s. He was handed his debut for Manchester United under Alex Ferguson, came to the North East as part of the incredible Andy Cole deal and thrived under the attacking setup of Kevin…
 
The search switches from Yorkshire to deepest East London where we’ve found one of the books hidden gems. Steve Jones was a non league striker with Billericay when West Ham took a punt on him in 1992. Within a week he’d gone from working part-time in a soap factory to being on the bench in the Premier League. He made 40 top-flight appearances, scor…
 
The man with quite possibly the best left foot in the entire 1997 Merlin Premier League sticker book, Ian Harte talks us through his rollercoaster of a career that reads like a script from 90s football drama Dreamteam. He broke into the Leeds team and played alongside his uncle Gary and was a key member of the team rampaged through Europe to the se…
 
Another week, another Neil! This time Sullivan of Wimbledon Crazy Gang fame. Sully’s incredible career saw him play 665 times over a 25-year career. From picking up dog poo before sessions on Wimbledon Common, to spells at Tottenham, Chelsea, and even World Cup adventures with the Scottish national team. The 1996-97 started in interesting fashion f…
 
The search has swung from the North East to the South Coast where we’ve chanced upon Southmapton’s Neil Maddison. Maddo made 349 career appearances for five different clubs, played in the 1998 League Cup final and alongside some of the greatest players to grace the Premier League during the 1990s. The Darlington-born player did enjoy a lengthy spel…
 
We’re back with Craig Hignett for an incredible part two. In this episode Higgy talks about leaving Boro following an incredible phone conversation with Bryan Robson! He talks us through the highs and lows of the 12 club journey he embarked upon after Middlesbrough, from Aberdeen to Apollon Limassol, with a League Cup winners’ medal in the middle. …
 
Former Middlesbrough winger Craig Hignett made 465 appearances over a 20-year football career. He appeared on page 77 as sticker no. 319 in one of the most fantastically assembled Premier League squads of all-time. The 1996/97 season was arguably the best, worst and craziest in the history of Boro: deducted points for failing to fulfil a Premier Le…
 
Former Arsenal and England full-back Lee Dixon made 458 appearances in the top flight and played 22 times for England. He appeared on page 4 of the book, sticker number 9, and across a 20-year career won four league titles. three FA Cups and a European Cup Winner's Cup medal. In this episode we discuss, among other things: • Martin Keown being the …
 
Steve Chettle made 174 Premier League appearances for Nottingham Forest across five seasons in the top flight. He played under the likes of Brian Clough, Frank Clark, Ron Atkinson and Dave Bassett, and was capped at England U-21 level 12 times. He has a League Cup winners' medal, an FA Cup runners' up medal and TWO FULL MEMBERS' Cup winners’ medals…
 
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