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Tim Jones
Tim Jones is a Brighton & Hove Albion fan who can't remember life before the Seagulls. BHA highlights are an FA Cup Final, 6 promotions, a last day of season draw against Hereford to ensure football league survival and after 14 homeless years, the opening of the AMEX. Favourite players are Peter Ward, Johnny Byrne, Hans Kraay & Vicente. As well as a passion for writing about football, Tim has a passion for talking about football and can be found broadcasting from games on Mid Downs Radio. Away from football, Tim is a keen runner, cyclist & swimmer competing in marathons & triathlons. His claim to fame is he has beaten Olympian Iwan Thomas at both. Follow Tim on Twitter @TimJones15

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Brighton & Hove Albion Season 13/14 Review, Lightning Does Strike Twice
10:40 Monday 19th May 2014

Lightning never strikes twice. Isn't that the phrase? With Brighton & Hove Albion it does. This season saw a re-run of last years play-off heartache, but no-one could have foreseen our manager resigning within 24 hours again.For two managers…

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The Night A Clown Helped The Donkeys Beat The Thoroughbreds
00:00 Tuesday 15th October 2013

With England needing most probably a win against Poland at Wembley this Tuesday, memories flood back to when Poland last stood in the way of England and World Cup Qualification at Wembley.  Next Goal Wins travels back 40 years to the night…

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1981 - The Year Of Last Ever First Eleven? - Aston Villa Win The League Using Just 14 Players
20:46 Tuesday 17th September 2013

May 1981 saw Aston Villa win the League Championship for the first time in 71 years. Amazingly they used only 14 players throughout the whole season.  Making a mockery out of squad rotation, was this the last time we saw a genuine 1st XI? May…

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The Watney Cup - England's First Sponsored Cup Competition
13:12 Thursday 4th July 2013

Fresh from our summer break, Next Goal Wins takes a look back at 1970 and the Watney Cup England's first sponsored cup competition.   The Watney Mann Invitation Cup, affectionately and most commonly known as the Watney Cup was a cup competition…

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3 Years of Excuses and Its still Crap...ta-ra Fergie! - The story of the season behind the banner.
12:15 Thursday 9th May 2013

Season 1989/90. Manchester United were on a run of 8 games without a win and had already been humiliated 5-1 by arch rivals Manchester City. They were 15th and in their worst position since relegation in 1974. A tricky 3rd round tie against…

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The Day A Team Died - The Gabon Air Disaster
20:45 Thursday 25th April 2013

On 27th April 1993, a military plane carrying the Zambian national football team crashed into the Atlantic Ocean shortly after take off killing all 30 people on board. This week Next Goal Wins looks back on the 20th Anniversary of the Gabon…

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Thatcher's Footballing Legacy
23:35 Monday 8th April 2013

On the day Margaret Thatcher dies, Next Goal Wins take a look back at her controversial and turbulent relationship with football during her time in office and debates her footballing legacy.. Margaret Thatcher courted controversy.  Wherever…

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Goal Line Revolution
11:21 Friday 5th April 2013

This summer will see single goal-line technology used at a major football tournament for the first time.  Despite the introduction, FIFA and UEFA still seem split on its merits.  Sepp Blatter is behind the move, publicly anyway, whereas Michel…

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A Wasted Eleven
11:14 Saturday 30th March 2013

Talented, blessed, naturally gifted. These traits alone do not guarantee a glittering football career. This week NGW looks at a wasted 11.  A team of footballers who have, for one reason or another, failed to reach the greatness their talents…

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1966 - The Year England LOST the World Cup
10:36 Friday 22nd March 2013

Forget Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore and Alf Ramsey.   March 20, 1966 saw England and the F.A. lose the World Cup.  Step forward Pickles!  This week Next Goal Win's revisits the tale of how a mongrel dog saved the blushes of a nation and the Football…

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Kings of Europe
23:55 Thursday 14th March 2013

For the first time in 16 years, there are no English teams in the quarter finals of Europe's premier knock-out competition.  Next Goal Wins takes a look back at the glory days when English teams were "Kings of Europe' No English teams remain…

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Who am I?
15:55 Thursday 28th February 2013

Once upon a time I arrived in the Premiership and went 2 years, 3 managers, 25 Premier League Games and 1,533 minutes without winning a game.  My manager wanted me out. I am now however, worth in excess of £40M, wanted by Europe's richest clubs.…

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The Five Minute Man
11:04 Friday 22nd February 2013

Who was the Five Minute Man. How did the 1988 League Cup Final finish his career. Next Goal Wins takes a look back at the brief career of the Five Minute Man. So who exactly was the Five Minute Man?  How did the 1988 League Cup Final between…

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The Battle of Kenilworth Road
15:40 Thursday 14th February 2013

Luton Town versus Millwall in this weekends 5th Round of the FA Cup will evoke memories of a bygone era. Next Goal Wins looks back to when they met before on one of the darkest nights of English Football.  This weekend Luton Town will host…

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It's a fix!!
10:26 Thursday 7th February 2013

As Europol announce their investigation into Europe's biggest ever match fixing, Next Goal Win's looks back to 1964 and the football betting scandal which shook the English game to its core. As Europol announce they are investigating match…