PODCAST: Bryan Hughes on Wembley 2008, ten years on

Wembley10A decade ago today, we made our first ever visit to Wembley and promptly won promotion via the play-offs to the Premier League for the first time in our history.

We’ve been back three times since for varying reasons, but nothing quite matches that first occasion. It was unique, immortal, historic and acted as a springboard for the many good things that have happened under the banner of Hull City AFC since.

Our final podcast of 2017/18 looks back at that momentous, sweltering day in 2008 and, to add some priceless insight into how the club and the team went through the occasion, former City midfielder Bryan Hughes, who played 39 league games and all of the play-off campaign, joins us.

It’s a long, unashamedly nostalgic and truly uplifting way to end what hasn’t been a great season under any circumstances. We hope you enjoy it, and thank you for listening to our podcasts throughout the campaign. Happy Wembley Day!

3 replies
  1. Michael Lamb
    Michael Lamb says:

    Just listened to the City v Bristol City, final, podcast.
    Their guys mentioned, May 24th. as the latest City played a competitive match.
    However in the big freeze of 46/47 City’s last three games were;
    May 24th v Oldham – Home
    May 31st v Barrow – Home
    June 7th v New Brighton – Away
    Great podcast, great memories. The play of final that is not 1947, we ended 11th in Division Three , North.

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