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Interview With Roger Hunt: Questions Please

rogerhunt Interview With Roger Hunt: Questions Please

England and Liverpool legend Roger Hunt will be interviewed this week for an upcoming episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the only Premier League interview show on the Internet.

Roger Hunt was a member of England’s 1966 World Cup winning side. Hunt is the player whom strike partner Hurst always mentions when discussing his controversial second goal in the final when the ball hit the crossbar and bounced down. Hurst always says that Hunt, the closest player to the ball, would have followed up to score himself if he’d been in any doubt, but he turned away in celebration of a certain goal.

Hunt played for England 34 times, and made 404 appearances for Liverpool during his 1958-1969 tenure there.

If you have any questions you’d like host Johnathan Starling to ask Hunt, please post them in the comments below by midnight Thursday, February 5, 2009.

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