90's football podcast - Hucks

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  1. Pezza

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    For those who like a podcast, there is a really good 90's football podcast called 'Quickly Kevin, will he score?'

    It's a few comedians (one of which is Josh Widdicombe) who basically talk about football in the 90's and it's really good, very niche but great nostalgia (I'm 33 so it's my childhood). This week they had Darren Huckerby join, talks about Cov and it's a good listen.

    Darren Huckerby: S05 E05
     
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    I've got this episode downloaded but haven't heard the rest of their stuff before, but it sounds right up my street
     
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    It's a great podcast, strict ban on anything after 99/00. Pure nostalgia
     
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    Huckerby comes across as hugely likeable chap.. and brighter than people give him credit for. I never realised he is one of a very rare breed of footballer to have scored at every level of English football league and cup and European cups too. I don't recall him playing and scoring in Europe for us.. must have been dirty Leeds..
     
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    Wasn’t Highfield rd in Europe?
     
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    No - it was it's own independent principality. What you thought was a match ticket was in fact a holiday visa. Travel advice always suggested don't drink the water or try the local delicacies.
     

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