Interviews with Peter Dobing, former Stoke and Blackburn player, who now runs a pottery wholesale firm in Stoke. He started buying and selling pottery as a hobby when he was still playing, so the transition to full time work was easy, but the recession is now affecting business. His greatest moment was in the 58/59 season when Blackburn was promoted. He also talked about playing at Wembley. Peter Broadbent is also interviewed. He used to play for Wolves, owns a children's clothing shop in Halesowen. He said players today earn far more, but he has no regrets about his career. Finally, Norman Deeley is interviewed. He is a lorry driver. He talked about his Wembley game for Wolves and when he played for England in a South American tour. He doesn't believe soccer is as good nowadays - players don't attack enough.
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