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A new series from the team at The Greatest Season That Was Presents... US Revolution. US Revolution features Mason, Shannon Gill and American broadcaster Ed Wyatt in an exploration of Australian Rules Football's US connections. The eight-part series will feature interviews with Paul Roos, Jason Holmes and former ESPN broadcaster Bob Ley.  Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents. The Greatest Season That Was is produced Jay Mueller and is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network.

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Episode 21 - The Greatest Songs from the Greatest Season That Was: 1993

The AFL season may be over, but there’s still a few little things to keep #Ninety3 alive. When we had our chat with Rohan Connolly about the top ten games of 1993, the conversation inevitably turned to music. Here’s a little bonus episode where we talk about the soundtrack to 1993, inspired by Rohan’s music podcast Ruck N’Roll.   This episode features the following songs:  Ace of Base - All That She Wants    the Breeders - Cannonball    Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock   Naughty By Nature - Hip Hop Hooray   Cypress Hill - Insane in the Brain   Rage Against The Machine - Killing in the Name    Screaming Trees - Nearly Lost You    Hoodoo Gurus - The Right Time   Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way   Hunters and Collectors - Holy Grail   Cameron Daddo - 15 minutes of Fame    Bruce Samazan - One of a Kind    The D-Gen/Late Show - 4 and half minutes of Shit    The Sharp - Scratch my Back    The D-Gen/Late Show - Skivvies are Back    The Greatest Season That Was: 93 documents our contention that in 1993, footy was never better. Hosted by Adam Collins, Dan Brettig and Shannon Gill, this series is an in-depth exploration of one amazing season.  The Greatest Season That Was: 93 is produced by Jay Mueller and edited by Thom Lion. Check out Bad Producer Productions for more podcasts.  Thanks for listening. Please take a moment to leave a review at Apple Podcasts and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.    What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page here. The Greatest Season That Was: 1993 uses YouTube audio from the following sources: Various 1993 Channel 7 Football Broadcasts Channel 7 That Was The Season That Was Channel 7 Sportsworld Channel 7 News Channel 9 Sunday Footy Show Channel 9 Sports Sunday Channel 9 News   Channel 10 News ABC 7:30 Report. bp3k3u33 Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

14mins

4 Oct 2018

Rank #1

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Episode 6 - Adelaide: Cornes' Crows

The Adelaide Crows were one of the great stories of 1993. Three years into their AFL existence,  they put a genuine mark on the competition in front of adoring crowds at Football Park, helmed by the passionate and occasionally lateral coaching of South Australia's most decorated State of Origin coach in Graham Cornes. At the centre of it all was the ultimate shooting star - the spectacular Tony Modra. Cornes spoke frankly about his part in the Greatest Season That Was, 1993. The Greatest Season That Was: 93 documents our contention that in 1993, footy was never better. Hosted by Adam Collins, Dan Brettig and Shannon Gill, this series is an in-depth exploration of one amazing season.  The Greatest Season That Was: 93 is produced by Jay Mueller and edited by Thom Lion. Check out Bad Producer Productions for more podcasts. Thanks for listening. Please take a moment to leave a review at Apple Podcasts and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.  What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page here.The Greatest Season That Was: 1993 uses YouTube audio from the following sources: Various 1993 Channel 7 Football Broadcasts Channel 7 That Was The Season That Was Channel 7 Sportsworld Channel 7 News Channel 9 Sunday Footy Show Channel 9 Sports Sunday Channel 9 News   Channel 10 News ABC 7:30 Report. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 12mins

5 Aug 2018

Rank #2

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10: South Africa - Lance Klusener

South Africa announced its arrival back to world cricket at the 1992 World Cup and they were immediately a force. Whilst results in Test cricket were strong, it was one day cricket that had grown around the world in South Africa’s absence, and its seemed its players and fans wanted to make up for lost time- they took to the game with fervour. A heartbreaking loss in the 1992 semi-final was followed by another strong performance in the 1996 world Cup where they were unbeaten until a shock loss to the West Indies in the quarter finals. The late 90s though saw the South Africans elevate to another level and become one the greatest one day teams in cricket history. Remarkably they held a 78% win percentage between those 1996 and 1999 World Cups. One of the major reasons for the South African golden era was the emergence of Lance Klusener, the farmer who spoke Zulu. The prototype for what would become the T20 player Klusener redefined late over hitting in combination with his ultra-competitive medium pacers.  Kluseer entered the 1999 World Cup in career best form, and was about to own cricket’s global stage.Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 35mins

30 Jun 2019

Rank #3

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2: DENNIS GALIMBERTI

In 1989 the Footscray Football Club had the stench of death to it. After a promising mid-80s period, finances had dried up, and energy was sapped. On-field results followed. Debt mounted. The club was technically insolvent. The flashpoint came in 1988 amidst dwindling crowd and lack of government or council support its Western Oval home became a political split in the club.  Without a viable home how would they survive? Things didn’t get better in 1989 and when the VFL did the hard sell on mergers and ground rationalisation that year Footscray was effectively on death row. The new president in 1989 Nick Columb was left in an unenviable position as he made decisions that were the most important in the history of the club. Dennis Galimberti was the GM of Footscray Football Club in 1989 working under Columb’s presidency – his role in the Fitzroy Bulldogs saga is pivotal and without his actions football history would be very different. An heroic figure in the west, but also described as the ‘unguided missile’ by VFL House, Dennis Galimberti joins us to talk about the events that led to the merger of Fitzroy and Footscray Football clubs in October 1989. The Greatest Season That Was Presents...The Fitzroy Bulldogs Produced by Bad Producer Productions. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 18mins

1 Oct 2019

Rank #4

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5: Tournament Director - Terry Blake

After a trying decade for England cricket, their chance to host the 1999 World Cup was seen as a prized opportunity to revitalize the sport by capturing the public imagination when the carnival came to town. It was a mighty task. To do so, a lot needed to go right both on and off the field. Some did, some didn’t – not helped by England’s premature and controversial departure. But for all the mishaps that can be looked back on two decades later, such as a lacklustre opening ceremony or a belated tournament theme song, World Cup 99 left a significant and long-lasting legacy due to the cricket that was played and the diverse audiences that packed out the stadiums across the country. This was no easy puzzle to piece together, and in an environment before the ICC had complete control over global events, the job was left to a handful of dedicated staff at ECB Headquarters to make it work. Terry Blake was the man charged with the overall responsibility as the tournament director. He joins The Greatest Season that Was, World Cup 99, to tell the behind-the-scenes story of the Carnival of Cricket.Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

59mins

7 Jun 2019

Rank #5

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Episode 13 - Melbourne: The Balme Era

Melbourne in 1993 were a team in-between. On the back of their late 80’s revival the Demons led by John Northey had contested five straight finals series but had never tasted the ultimate success. The team needed to be reimagined, and Melbourne decided to go leftfield with its choice for a new coach. When Neil Balme was appointed coach of Melbourne the Victorian footy public expected the wildman of the Grand Final 1973 in coaching form – a hot gospeller in the Kennedy or Barassi mould. What they got was nothing like they expected.  In 1993 Neil Balme was to bring a whole new demeanour and philosophy to the AFL that would see him play an influential role in footy for the next 25 years. The Greatest Season That Was: 93 documents our contention that in 1993, footy was never better. Hosted by Adam Collins, Dan Brettig and Shannon Gill, this series is an in-depth exploration of one amazing season. The Greatest Season That Was: 93 is produced by Jay Mueller and edited by Thom Lion. Check out Bad Producer Productions for more podcasts. Thanks for listening. Please take a moment to leave a review at Apple Podcasts and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.  What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page here.The Greatest Season That Was: 1993 uses YouTube audio from the following sources: Various 1993 Channel 7 Football Broadcasts Channel 7 That Was The Season That Was Channel 7 Sportsworld Channel 7 News Channel 9 Sunday Footy Show Channel 9 Sports Sunday Channel 9 News   Channel 10 News ABC 7:30 Report. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

58mins

2 Sep 2018

Rank #6

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Episode 9 - Carlton: Sticks, Harry and Missed Opportunities

Seven premierships in the 20 years from 1968-1987 meant that Carlton had a deserved arrogance. But going into 1993 Carlton were in unchartered territory. They’d gone four straight years since making the finals, and it had been 90 years since they’d gone 5 years without a finals appearance.   With this mini-rut in motion Club President John Elliott had gone back to the future in 1991 and hired the man he sacked in 1985, David Parkin. Going into 1993 the pressure was on. They were desperately unlucky in 1992 to miss out on the Finals, but with players like Kernahan, Bradley and Silvagni at the peak of their powers and the addition of Williams it was seen as now or never for the Blues.       1993 proved to be a rollercoaster of a year for Carlton fans, but Parkin had a plan The Greatest Season That Was: 93 documents our contention that in 1993, footy was never better. Hosted by Adam Collins, Dan Brettig and Shannon Gill, this series is an in-depth exploration of one amazing season.  The Greatest Season That Was: 93 is produced by Jay Mueller and edited by Thom Lion. Check out Bad Producer Productions for more podcasts. Thanks for listening. Please take a moment to leave a review at Apple Podcasts and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.  What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page here.The Greatest Season That Was: 1993 uses YouTube audio from the following sources: Various 1993 Channel 7 Football Broadcasts Channel 7 That Was The Season That Was Channel 7 Sportsworld Channel 7 News Channel 9 Sunday Footy Show Channel 9 Sports Sunday Channel 9 News   Channel 10 News ABC 7:30 Report. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 17mins

19 Aug 2018

Rank #7

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Episode 7 - Richmond: Tigers and Tragedy

In 1993 the proud Richmond Football Club was at its lowest ebb. A tenth straight year of mediocrity hit Tigerland that year. Cameron Schwab was at the helm, just 29 years of age but already a veteran in the job of General Manager – financial crisis and merger talk had been a way of life around the club for a number of years.  Amongst the struggle of breaking the Tigers woeful form cycle, 1993 saw Cameron deal with the saddest time of his life, the death of his father Alan, the number 2 man at AFL HQ – a tragic story that was to cast a giant shadow over the AFL season. But there was light too, a Fosters Cup Grand Final , the appointment of John Northey as coach and the arrival of a young kid from Devonport meant the Tigers would never be this bad again.   The Greatest Season That Was: 93 documents our contention that in 1993, footy was never better. Hosted by Adam Collins, Dan Brettig and Shannon Gill, this series is an in-depth exploration of one amazing season.  The Greatest Season That Was: 93 is produced by Jay Mueller and edited by Thom Lion. Check out Bad Producer Productions for more podcasts. Thanks for listening. Please take a moment to leave a review at Apple Podcasts and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.  What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page here.The Greatest Season That Was: 1993 uses YouTube audio from the following sources: Various 1993 Channel 7 Football Broadcasts Channel 7 That Was The Season That Was Channel 7 Sportsworld Channel 7 News Channel 9 Sunday Footy Show Channel 9 Sports Sunday Channel 9 News   Channel 10 News ABC 7:30 Report. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 16mins

12 Aug 2018

Rank #8

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Episode 12 - 28 Games

The 1993 AFL season witnessed extraordinary individual achievements and social breakthroughs. Every team has stories from that year that resonate with the clubs and fans 25 years later.  Julian de Stoop from Fox Sports News grew up watching the Baby Bombers in 1993. In 2018, his documentary "28 Games - The Rise of the Baby Bombers" tells the story of that historic team.  "28 Games - The Rise of the Baby Bombers" airs Tuesday, September 4 on Fox Footy.  The Greatest Season That Was: 93 documents our contention that in 1993, footy was never better. Hosted by Adam Collins, Dan Brettig and Shannon Gill, this series is an in-depth exploration of one amazing season.  The Greatest Season That Was: 93 is produced by Jay Mueller and edited by Thom Lion. Check out Bad Producer Productions for more podcasts. Thanks for listening. Please take a moment to leave a review at Apple Podcasts and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.  What do you think? Let us know on our Facebook page here.The Greatest Season That Was: 1993 uses YouTube audio from the following sources: Various 1993 Channel 7 Football Broadcasts Channel 7 That Was The Season That Was Channel 7 Sportsworld Channel 7 News Channel 9 Sunday Footy Show Channel 9 Sports Sunday Channel 9 News   Channel 10 News ABC 7:30 Report. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

26mins

30 Aug 2018

Rank #9

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2: Graham Halbish

The 1994-95 summer saw the ACB now have full control of the promotion of the game back from Channel 9/PBL. But a new conventional and increased TV rights deal meant that it needed to go above and beyond to serve its Packer master. With a one-sided season coming up, and a host of young stars that couldn’t get a look in to the Australian side, then ACB CEO Graham Halbish had some worries, but the shackles were now off to get creative to find solutions. Graham joins us to talk about how Australia A was born, the fallout and the legacy.   Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents The Greatest Season That Was is produced by Bad Producer Productions Support The Greatest Season That Was on Patreon Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 6mins

13 Jan 2020

Rank #10

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4: Bangladesh - Aminul Islam

They were called the ‘minnows’ the non-Test playing nations that won their way through to the World Cup. Pre  1999 Sri Lanka, East Africa, Canada, Zimbabwe, Kenya, the Netherlands and the UAE had all played World Cups without Test status.  In 1999 it was Kenya, Scotland and for the first time ever at a, World Cup Bangladesh.  While cricket had been played in the region for nearly 200 years, its popularity in the former East Bengal was limited. The Partition of British India saw the region fall under the new East Pakistan, and while popularity did grow, when Bangladesh declared its independence  in 1971 the region lost its first class status and it started the long journey to grow cricket as in independent nation.  This all leads to the point in 1999 where Bangladesh, after competing limited one-day internationals for 13 years, qualifies to play in its first World Cup after winning the ICC Associate Trophy for the first time in 1997.    After a long journey Bangladesh were on the global stage, and while its role in the 1999 World Cup may have been small, it may have been the pivotal moment in building a cricket nation. Today it boasts Test wins against England and Australia – but a lot can be traced back to Ninety9.  Aminul Islam, or ‘BulBul’ may not be a household name in the cricket world, but he was a veteran of Bangladesh cricket by 1999 and was charged with the duty of taking his country on to the international stage – he tells us the Bangladesh story and why Ninety9 means so much to Bangladeshi cricket.Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 20mins

2 Jun 2019

Rank #11

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The 89 Grand Final

Welcome to a special one-off episode of The Greatest Season That Was.  When this podcast began, it was based on a very simple premise: that footy was never better than in season 1993. Needless to say, it’s a belief that remains strongly-held by all of us. But that doesn’t mean it was the greatest Grand Final ever played. For that, we go back four years. It’s widely accepted by the best judges that the 1989 decider was truly something else.  To mark the 30th anniversary of the match that had it all, friend of the show, Tony Wilson, decided to write the definitive account of it. The result is a brilliant new book, 1989 The Great Grand Final. It was that season when Tony formally joined Hawthorn as a player in the Under 19s. The son of 1971 premiership hero Ray Wilson, he knows every inch of the family club and devoted countless hours to interviewing many of Allan Jeans’ back-to-back victors from that momentous day. But this isn’t Hawks Hagiography. Anything but. As Tony details in our conversation, he knew how important it was to capture the essence of a stunning Geelong team under the stewardship of new coach Malcolm Blight with a man they called God standing at full forward. So set back and settle in as we revisit a game of football we’ll never stop watching and we’ll never stop talking about. The Greatest Season That Was is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network.  Produced by Jay Mueller. Editing assistance by Dave Collins. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 33mins

5 Apr 2020

Rank #12

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5: Jimmy Hadder

Jimmy Hadder is the man in the Australia A top at Super Bowl XXX. He talks to Shannon Gill and Adam Collins on The Greatest Season That Was Presents...Australia A.  The Greatest Season That Was Presents is part of The Bad Producer Podcast Network. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

16mins

24 Jan 2020

Rank #13

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1: Australia A

In the mid 90s Australian cricket appeared to be in rude health. The ghosts of World Series and Rebel tours were long gone, and the national team was nearing its ascent to the top of Test cricket which it would sit astride for more than a decade.  Its playing stocks had been rehabilitated after the 80s crisis in an expanded fashion, the national cricket academy generating a slew of international-ready youngsters sitting below the top team more advanced than ever before.   But off the field the changes were just as important. Heading into 1994-95 the ACB had broken the shackles of its 14 season long marriage to Kerry Packer’s PBL, owner of Channel 9.  The World Series Cricket compromise has brought with it the, in retrospect, grossly one-sided deal that saw the ACB sign away all marketing and promotional rights to PBL. The terms of the deal assumed that PBL would be the more credentialed partner to run most things except pick the team, and even then many thought they had an influence on that too. And this without mentioning the obvious conflict of interest when they were also the TV rights holder.  When the deal was finally consigned to history the ACB wanted to show that it could market this team with a bunch of new superstars to the Australian public and it also wanted to make sure Channel 9 was still getting its money worth from the increased cheque they were paying. The season ahead though wasn’t the most mouther watering, the England team at its lowest ebb and the lowly Zimbabwe joining them for the one day World Series Cup – something that had been most popular form of the game for television and crowds over those 14 years.  That’s when the ACB decided to use its new license to be creative.       For just one season they created a monster that would showcase a group of champions of the future, change the dynamics between the newly appointed Australian captain and the ACB, and capture the imagination of a generation of young fans who 25 years on still revel in the memories of Australia A.    Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents The Greatest Season That Was is produced by Bad Producer Productions Support The Greatest Season That Was on Patreon Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

12mins

12 Jan 2020

Rank #14

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3: England - Alec Stewart

If the 1980s was English cricket’s decade of sex, drugs and rock and roll excess, the 1990s were its decidedly milder and meeker decade. An English team that for the most part had been losing, slipped further in the pecking order of world cricket as the sport appeared to slip down the list of priorities for a nation. Alec Stewart was the constant of this decade of English cricket. IN fact he was highest Test run-scorer in the World during the 1990s. He seemed to be the Mr Fix-it man for a constantly changing and usually  outclassed team. Keeping wickets, not keeping wickets. Opening the batting, batting in the middle order. Wherever there was a gap, Stewart had to fill. By 1998 almost inevitably that meant captaincy too. And it started promisingly too, Stewart leading the team to its first 5 Test series win of the decade that year against South Africa.   Hopes lifted for what was ahead. The World Cup was born in the UK in the 1970s, and returned home in 1999 for the first time in 16 years as a global event. It had increased popularity of the sport wherever it had gone. Was this the chance for cricket to reclaim its place in the public consciousness in its birth country? All that hope rested on Stewart’s cobbled together team as he tried to open the batting, keep and captain…what could go wrong? Alec Stewart joins us to talk about World Cup #Ninety9   Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 7mins

30 May 2019

Rank #15

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3: Greg Rowell

When the Australia A team first took the field the public looked upon expectedly as the cream of the next generation of Australian cricket stars went on show. Ponting, Hayden, Langer, Martyn, Lehmann and more would all go on to have distinguished careers of which this summer was but a footnote. But for a few, their Australia A experience was the pinnacle of their careers. Arguably the player most associated with the concept was pacemen Greg Rowell. Greg talks to us about his journey to a summer in the spotlight, how the Australia A team came together and his battles with the champions of Australian cricket that season. All experiences that he owes to the summer of Australia A. Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents The Greatest Season That Was is produced by Bad Producer Productions Support The Greatest Season That Was on Patreon Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 19mins

17 Jan 2020

Rank #16

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8: New Zealand - Geoff Allott

There were more than a few breakout stories in 99, but few morefascinating than that of a left-arm pace bowling spearhead from NewZealand who used a three fingers "claw" grip on the white Dukes ballto swing it just the right amount and finish the tournament equalleading wicket taker with Shane Warne.His name was Geoff Allott, and his '99 World Cup was one of threemajor highlights in an otherwise brief international career.As a young cricketer who took up fast bowling relatively late, Allottwas something of a shooting star for New Zealand, but showed hiscapabilities from the very start, bowling his side to a thrilling tieagainst England at home in 1997.Though he struggled in Australia the following summer, Allott's paceand thoughtfulness made him an attractive option for the Black Caps,who under the leadership of Stephen Fleming and Steve Rixon weremaking themselves a force to be reckoned with in one day cricket.Returning to the team against South Africa early in '99, Allottshowcased a remodeled action and a knack for vital wickets, earninghim a place in the squad to England. Even before he got there, a batchof training balls gave him an indication that 1999 might be his year.Geoff Allott joined us to discuss his part in New Zealand's run allthe way to the Cup semi-finals.Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 21mins

19 Jun 2019

Rank #17

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4: Mark Taylor

In 1994 a new Australian captain was appointed, the only reservation being that he’d never consolidated a place in the one day side. Now there was an A side team full of young tyros keen to take his place before he’d even taken the reins. So when the crowds started barracking against his team, Mark Taylor’s blood pressure rose further. Sometimes termed the villain in the piece, Mark Taylor joins us to talk about why he was against the Australia A concept and his memories of the time the crowd turned on Australia.    Follow The Greatest Season That Was on Twitter - @TGSTW_Presents The Greatest Season That Was is produced by Bad Producer Productions Support The Greatest Season That Was on Patreon Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr

23 Jan 2020

Rank #18

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5: PETER GORDON

Hands were shaken, deals signed, the press was called in. Footscray was no more. Or was it? While Melbourne went into shock Dennis Galimberti made the fateful phone call to a 31 year-old Peter Gordon. Gordon was a lifelong Footscray supporter who had been a recent annoyance to the club’s board with his agitation; his contention was that the club and the game itself belonged to the people and not the suits. Peter Gordon joins us on The Greatest Season That Was Presents – The Fitzroy Bulldogs The Greatest Season That Was is produced by Bad Producer ProductionsSupport the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 55mins

20 Oct 2019

Rank #19

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6: Inaugural CEO of the English & Wales Cricket Board - Tim Lamb

As a follow-up to our episode with Tournament Director Terry Blake, Adam Collins talks to Tim Lamb, the CEO of the English & Wales Cricket Board during the 1999 Cricket World Cup.  Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/TGSTWSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

26mins

8 Jun 2019

Rank #20