Neil Kinnock reflects on a topsy-turvy season in Welsh club soccer, featuring the adventures of Cardiff City, Swansea City and Wrexham.
|01||In The Beginning||20080329|
Wales boasts the world's third oldest football association. This programme traces the game back to its spiritual roots in Ruabon.
|02||* Between The Wars||20080405|
Welsh soccer prospered during the inter-war years, dominating the home international scene and even winning the FA Cup with Cardiff.
|03||In The Court Of King John||20080412|
After the war, fans have a new generation of heroes to cheer: Allchurch, Ford, Burgess, Paul, Tapscott and Charles.
|04||The Swinging Sixties||20080419|
As the golden era of Charles and Ford came to an end, new heroes such as John Toshack and Mike England emerged.
|05||Handballs And Head Cases||20080426|
Bad luck and the importation of the English disease of hooliganism see Welsh football in decline.
|06 LAST||Penalty Takers And History Makers||20080503||20080505|
Welsh football goes through the wilderness years before the advent of Mark Hughes.
|06 LAST||Penalty Takers And History Makers||20080510|