Quickly Kevin; will he score? The 90s Football Show
A sports podcast from Josh Widdicombe, Chris Scull and Michael Marden
A series in which 90’s football aficionado Josh Widdicombe is joined by friends, and fellow 90s experts, co-host Chris Scull and ‘Director of Podcast’ Michael Marden, as the trio embark on a tour of niche football topics of the period 1st January 1990 to 31st December 1999.
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