talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Harry Redknapp, English football manager and former player, who was most recently manager of Premier League club Queens Park Rangers until his resignation in February 2015.
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Kerry Dixon, retired English professional footballer who played most notably for Chelsea and England.
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: With a career spanning 19 years, French Guianese born English former foorballer, Cyril Regis looks back with Danny Kelly
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Former football striker, Martyn Williams is interviewed by Danny Kelly
Danny Kelly talks with Michael Johnson, aorguably one of the greatest athletes the sports has ever seen. Four times Olympic Champion and the only athlete ever to win both the 200m and 400m events at the same Olympics twice. Michael also currently holds the world record time for the Olympic and Wolrd Championships 400m.
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Former World No.1, English darts winner, Eric Bristow is interviewed by Danny Kelly.
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Ossie Ardiles - football manager, pundit, and former midfielder who won the 1978 FIFA World Cup as part of the Argentine national team. He now runs his own football school in the UK called the Ossie Ardiles Soccer School.
The 1990 FA Cup Final was a football match contested by Manchester United and Crystal Palace at Wembley Stadium, London. The match finished 3–3 after extra time. Bryan Robson and Mark Hughes (2) scored for United; Gary O'Reilly and Ian Wright (2) for Palace. Wright had only just recently returned from a broken leg that kept him out of the semi-final. In the replay, United won 1–0 with a goal from Lee Martin – only the second goal he would score for the club.
The 1983 FA Cup Final was contested by Manchester United and Brighton & Hove Albion at Wembley Stadium. Manchester United were the favourites, as Brighton had been relegated from the First Division that season and had never reached a cup final before. United had finished third in the league that season and already had four FA Cup victories to their name whereas Brighton had never reached the final before. The final ended in a 2–2 draw, forcing a replay at Wembley five days later, which Manchester United won 4–0.
The 1988 FA Cup Final took place on 14 May 1988 at Wembley Stadium. It was contested between Wimbledon, unfashionable and unfancied, and Liverpool, the dominant English club side of the 1980s and newly crowned league champions. The result was one of the biggest shocks in the history of the competition as the London side won 1–0 to win the cup for the only time in their history; they had just completed their second season in the Football League First Division and had been in the Football League for only 11 years.
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Retired British athlete and national treasue of the sporting world, Roger Black chats all things athletics with Danny Kelly
talkSPORT, the world's biggest sports radio station, presents: Alastair Campbell, former Zimbabwean Test cricketer. Campbell has played 60 matches in his Test career, captaining Zimbabwe on 21 occasions. He also played 188 One Day Internationals, being captain in 86 of them. He retired from cricket in 2003.