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Latest podcast episodes about Pat Nevin

Football Daily
Sensational Salah stuns Simeone

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 39:10


Kelly Cates and guests reflect on Liverpool's dramatic 3-2 win away to Atlético Madrid in the Champions League after Manchester City beat Club Bruges 5-1 in Belgium. John Murray and Mark Lawrenson recap a frantic night at the Wanda Metropolitano before John Gibbons from the Anfield Wrap joins the podcast to give his thoughts. After Jurgen Klopp explains his awkward exchange with Diego Simeone on the whistle, John Bennett rounds up all the other games in Europe. Alistair Bruce-Ball and Pat Nevin then reflect on a memorable night for Cole Palmer as Manchester City breezed to a convincing win over Burges. After Pep Guardiola's post-match comments, focus turns to Manchester United ahead of a huge tie at home to Atalanta, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had plenty to say ahead of the game. TOPICS: 00:12 – Reaction from Madrid 17:37 – Jurgen Klopp's post-match comments 20:30 – All the other Champions League games 23:30 – Rection from Bruges 30:25 – Pep Guardiola's post-match comments 32:30 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Man Utd preview

Football Daily
BONUS: The European Away: Madrid & Bruges

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 21:36


Our 5Live Sport commentary teams are out and about in Europe for the latest round of the Champions League. John Murray and former Liverpool defender, Mark Lawrenson, are in Madrid ahead of Liverpool's tie against Atletico Madrid. They talk about the current form of Mo Salah, this same fixture last season and how Atletico are performing in La Liga. Plus, Alistair Bruce-Ball and former Scotland winger, Pat Nevin, are in Belgium to preview Club Brugge v Manchester City.

The Chels - The Chelsea Podcast
The Accidental Footballer

The Chels - The Chelsea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 60:03


Andy Saunders interviews the wonderful Pat Nevin in celebration of his excellent book The Accidental Footballer, available to buy from all good bookshops now. chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright

Football Daily
Scotland can boogie and England edge closer

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 30:05


Steve Crossman looks back at a successful night for two of the home nations in the World Cup qualifiers. Our commentary team of Alistair Bruce-Ball, Pat Nevin and Roddy Forsyth react to what was a magical night at Hampden Park, which saw Scotland beat Israel in the 94th minute to go second in Group F. England cruised to a 5-0 victory against Andorra, and John Murray, Ian Dennis and Leon Osman reflect on a straightforward night's work for Gareth Southgate's men. Plus, reaction to the WSL Manchester derby with Vicki Sparks and Siobhan Chamberlain. Topics: 1'35 - Reaction from the full time whistle at Hampden Park 5'25 - Lee McCulloch on Scotland's win 13'29 - Hear from John McGinn 15'04 - Leon Osman, John Murray and Ian Dennis on England's 5-0 win over Andorra 22'29 - John Murray with Gareth Southgate 24'03 - Vicki Sparks & Siobhan Chamberlain from Leigh Sports Village on the Manchester derby

Football Daily
Newcastle's takeover and vaccination in football

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 43:27


Kelly Cates is joined by Senior Football Reporter Ian Dennis, Aston Villa defender Anita Asante and former Scotland midfielder Pat Nevin to discuss the big stories of the day. The panel start by debating the uptake of covid-19 vaccinations in football and how its making headlines in the England camp before reacting to interviews with Fikayo Tomori and Luke Shaw. Kelly is then joined by the Telegraph's Luke Edwards and Newcastle fan Taylor Payne for the latest on the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United. TOPICS: 02:00 – Vaccination in football 14:25 - Fikayo Tomori 23:34 – Luke Shaw 32:10 – Newcastle takeover

OTB Football
Mesmeric Mo Salah | Blunt City | Crunch time for Solskjaer | PAT NEVIN & PHIL THOMPSON

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021


Pat Nevin & Phil Thompson join Joe to recap the week that was in the Premier League. In association w/ @SkyIreland

OTB Football
Are Chelsea the team to beat? | Dave saves Man United | Man City malaise | THE FOOTBALL SHOW

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021


Pat Nevin joins Joe to recap the weekend that was in the Premier League.

Football Daily
Goals galore as Liverpool and Man City start in style

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 30:03


Mark Chapman is joined by Nedum Onuoha, Pat Nevin and commentators Ian Dennis and Conor McNamara to reflect on entertaining opening Champions League wins for Manchester City and Liverpool. We hear from Jurgen Klopp on his side's epic 3-2 win over AC Milan at Anfield. And after nine goals at the Etihad, Pep Guardiola tells us how satisfying Man City's win over RB Leipzig was. And as Chris Hughton's time as Nottingham Forest boss looks like drawing to a close, 72+ podcast host Aaron Paul joins the team to look at what next for the Championship's bottom club.

OTB Football
Pat Nevin | McGinn abuse, Elliott's injury & Ronaldo's Man Utd debut | The Football Show

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 25:42


Scotland football legend Pat Nevin joins Nathan Murphy on Monday night's Football Show.

Fighting Talk
Pat Nevin, Charlie Webster, Rickie Haywood- Williams, Tez Ilyas

Fighting Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 69:11


Football commentator and former Chelsea player Pat Nevin, presenter Charlie Webster, radio and TV presenter Rickie Haywood- Williams and comedian Tez Ilyas join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment. Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction. In the final round, the top two points scorers go head-to-head in 'Defend the Indefensible' where they must both defend a statement however ludicrous or distasteful for twenty seconds. There can only be one winner! Get the podcast from BBC Sounds.

Straight Outta Cobham - A show about Chelsea

The transfer window hysteria is over...until January at least! Matt Davies-Adams has got Liam Twomey and Sam Parkin alongside him to wrap up the Blues' business - including the deadline day arrival of Saúl Ñíguez from Atlético Madrid, the departure of Tino Anjorin to Russia - and what the future holds for the likes of Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek. Plus, with the eve of the 2021-22 WSL season upon us -The Athletic's Women's Football Correspondent Katie Whyatt joins us for a closer look at the title credentials of reigning champions Chelsea - who get their campaign underway at Arsenal on Sunday. And for all you quizzers out there - Matt's done it again with a (more than) slightly tenuous connection to birthday boys Ruud Gullit and Pat Nevin... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Football Daily
Scotland gone in 60 seconds

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 26:55


It all changed in one minute for Scotland – two quickly-conceded first-half goals saw their World Cup hopes dealt a serious blow, as they lost 2-0 to Denmark in their qualifier. Connie McLaughlin is joined by Charlie Adam, Roddy Forsyth, Pat Nevin and Conor McNamara for reaction. Rob Page reflects on a goalless friendly with Finland for Wales. And ahead of England's World Cup qualifier with Hungary, BBC football correspondent John Murray joins the podcast. You can hear from Gareth Southgate on moving on from the disappointment of the Euro 2020 final defeat. Plus, Harry Maguire explains how he's feeling about playing with new Manchester United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

OTB Football
Premier League prison rules?! Klopp & Ole refereeing critiques | Lukaku's second act | PAT NEVIN

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 22:19


Pat Nevin joins Joe to recap the weekend's Premier League action @Paddy Power

OTB Football
THE FOOTBALL SHOW | Kane transfer saga, Man United bright start, Arsenal issues

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 55:18


Joe Molloy joined by Pat Nevin and Kevin Kilbane as we look back on the opening weekend of action from the Premier League @PaddyPower

Loose Ends
Jason Byrne, Lubna Kerr, Pat Nevin, Myra DuBois, The Staves, Brooke Combe, Muriel Gray, Clive Anderson

Loose Ends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2021 37:05


Clive Anderson and Muriel Gray are joined by Jason Byrne, Lubna Kerr, Pat Nevin and Myra DuBois for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from The Staves and Brooke Combe.

World Football
Messi in Paris and Greuther Fürth back in the Bundesliga

World Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 26:28


Greuther Fürth captain Branimir Hrgota looks ahead to the new season, following their promotion to the Bundesliga. Plus, Pat Nevin and Heather O'Reilly discuss Lionel Messi's move to Paris Saint Germain. Picture: Players of Greuther Fürth celebrate their promotion to the Bundesliga after being Fortuna Duesseldorf (Thomas Langer/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Football Daily
Messi waves tearful goodbye

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 32:05


Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Pat Nevin, Gary Caldwell and Ian Dennis to react to Lionel Messi's emotional press conference where he said goodbye to Barcelona. The panel discuss the recent and pending transfers in the Premier League, debating who is best equipped to challenge for the title as Chelsea close in on a reunion with Romelu Lukaku. And former Aston Villa midfielder Lee Hendrie stops by for a chat on life for his former club without Jack Grealish. TOPICS: 01:00: Discussion on Lionel Messi's tearful press conference as he waves goodbye to Barcelona. 10:28: Romelu Lukaku and his probable move to Chelsea - how does Thomas Tuchel get the best from him? 17:25: Life without Jack Grealish at Aston Villa and how will he do at Manchester City? 23:25: Do Manchester City need a striker and what next for Harry Kane?

Chelsea FanCast
Nigel Spackman - Chelsea Fancast Special

Chelsea FanCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 93:36


Stamford Chidge, Jonathan Kydd and Mark Meehan interview former Chelsea player, Nigel Spackman and discuss his two spells at the club in the 1980's and 1990's.Nigel Spackman signed for Chelsea in 1983 and joined Kerry Dixon, Pat Nevin, Joe McLaughlin and Eddie Niedzwiecki as John Neal's new recruits launched Chelsea's campaign to return to the top flight.Spackman was crucial to Chelsea's title winning season in the heart of the midfield with John Bumstead and was a key part of the side that took Division One by storm and won the Full Members' Cup. Nigel left the club in 1987 after falling out with the draconian Ernie Whalley and was sold to Liverpool, but he returned 5 years later to join an underachieving Ian Porterfield side. However, things were about to radically change at the club when Glen Hoddle was appointed player manager.Although Spackman was out for long periods due to a long-term back injury, his swansong for the club came in the 1994-95 season when he was the rock which saw a young and inexperienced Chelsea side reach the semi-final of the European Cup Winners' Cup.Fondly remembered as a player who never gave less than 100% in his 8 years at the club; many also remember Spackman for the public service he rendered by swinging a right hook at Martin Keown. He was sent off, of course, but received a standing ovation from the Stamford Bridge crowd.We talk to Nigel about the great 1980's side, John Neal and what went wrong with John Hollins and Ernie Whalley and what was it like to come back to Stamford Bridge and play for Glen Hoddle, the European campaign and playing in midfield with Ruud Gullit. Oh, and we talk about that punch! Covering two fascinating periods of Chelsea's history the interview with ‘Spackers' is a great accompaniment to our '50 Years of Chelsea' series. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

OTB Football
Bumper Euro 2020 recap | England inquest as Italy conquer Euros | Kevin Kilbane, Pat Nevin & Simon Kuper

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 68:38


Kevin Kilbane, Pat Nevin & Simon Kuper join Joe for Monday's Football Show. @PaddyPower

OTB Football
Euro 2020 proves international football is still #1 | Messi's sleepless night and Copa quest | THE FOOTBALL SHOW

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 50:55


Pat Nevin & Marcela Mora y Araujo join Joe for Monday's Football Show as we preview the Euro 2020 & Copa America semi-finals. @Paddy Power

Football Daily
England shine as Denmark's fairy tale continues

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 47:09


Emma Saunders is joined by Karen Carney, Pat Nevin and Ben Haines from 90 min to look back on England's 4-0 win over Ukraine in Rome. Editor in chief of Mediano, Peter Bruchmann, joins the pod to talk about the feeling in Denmark after they made it through to their first semi-finals since 1992. Plus, the team touch on Spain's performance against 10 men Switzerland and Italy's strong victory over Belgium. Topics: 1'20 – Karen Carney, Pat Nevin and Ben Haines react to England's quarter final win 4'56 – How England have improved over the tournament to a near perfect performance 9'10 – The influence of Jordan Henderson on this England side 10'00 – Jordan Henderson with Ian Dennis 14'05 – Should England change tactics going into the Denmark game? 26'06 – The trust in Gareth Southgate 28'56 –Peter Bruchmann on the feeling in Denmark 35'58 – Pat Nevin on playing in 1992, the same year that Denmark won the Euros 37'57 – A look back on Spain's performance v Switzerland 41'55 – The threat that Italy carry going into the semi-finals

Seven Pillars with Alan Davies
S1 EP5 - Pat Nevin

Seven Pillars with Alan Davies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 66:52


Seven Pillars with Alan Davies: S1 EP5 - Pat NevinJoining me in the studio this week to discuss his Seven Pillars is the brilliant Scottish footballer, DJ, writer, and broadcaster - Pat Nevin. Please subscribe, rate and review. Get in touch with the show: hello@keepitlightmedia.com

Football Daily
Southgate's England's heroes

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 48:48


It's a historic day for England as they beat Germany 2-0 to go through to the quarter finals of Euro 2020. Emma Saunders brings you all the reaction from a raucous Wembley Stadium with Mark Chapman, Chris Waddle, Micah Richards, Karen Carney and John Murray. Plus, we touch on England's next opponents, Ukraine, after they beat Sweden in extra time to go through to the next round. Topics: 0'36 - Full time reaction from Wembley Stadium with John Murray and Chris Waddle 3'10 - Mark Chapman, Karen Carney and Micah Richards reaction 7'42 – England's defence and Luke Shaw's performance 14'25 - Moritz Volz on Germany 18'01 - Declan Rice with John Murray 22'55 - Harry Kane with John Murray 27'55 - Jack Grealish with Kelly Somers 34'04 - Gareth Southgate with John Murray 41'20 - Sweden v Ukraine reaction with Ian Dennis, Pat Nevin and former Sweden defender, Jonas Olsson

OTB Football
The greatest day of international football there ever was? | France crash out as Swiss & Spain progress | THE FOOTBALL SHOW

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 53:33


Pat Nevin & Jacqui Oatley join Joe for Monday's edition of The Football Show. @PaddyPower

Scottish Football
Scottish Football Euros Podcast : 23 Jun 21. Assessing Scotland's Euro performances & Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths joins us.

Scottish Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 74:25


Pat Nevin & Steven Thompson debate the positives and negatives following Scotland's Euro exit. Plus Scotland & Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths says he's fit & wants a new contract.

Football Daily
Glory for Raheem as Croatia end Scotland's dream

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 37:48


There was joy for England fans but heartbreak for Scotland supporters, as the final games in Group D were played out with mixed success for the home nations. On this episode of the pod, Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Chris Waddle and Karen Carney, who were all at Wembley to witness England beating the Czech Republic 1-0. And they delve deep inside the England camp, as they are joined by the stars of this England side: Goal scorer, Raheem Sterling, manager Gareth Southgate, Harry Maguire and Bukayo Saka - who all give their unique take on the game. Then it's off to Hampden, where Pat Nevin and James McFadden watched Scotland lose 3-1 to Croatia. They give their views on Scotland's tournament as a whole and hear from Callum McGregor, David Marshall and Scotland boss, Steve Clarke. Topics: 1:00 – Chris Waddle and Karen Carney on England's win 5:00 – Bukayo Saka with Kelly Somers 7'10 – Chris Waddle praising the performance of Bukayo Saka 8:10 – Raheem Sterling with John Murray 15:00 – Harry Maguire with John Murray 17:00 – England manager Gareth Southgate 21'30 – Scotland chat with Pat Nevin and James McFadden 24'00 – Steve Clarke with Eilidh Barbour 27'00 – James McFadden on Scotland's tournament 29'00 – Goal scorer, Callum McGregor 32'00 – David Marshall interview

Football Daily
Covid-19 disrupts the England and Scotland camps

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 43:39


Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray, Ian Dennis, Dion Dublin, Pat Nevin and Chris Sutton to dissect the news that Billy Gilmour has tested positive for Covid-19 consequently putting Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell in isolation for the moment. Gareth Southgate talks about how he found out about the news as well as his opinions on the resilience of his captain Harry Kane. Plus the former Denmark international Martin Laursen joins the pod to reflect on an incredible night in Copenhagen.

Football Daily
Steely Scotland tame Three Lions

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2021 40:53


Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin, Jack Wilshere and James McFadden to dissect England's goalless draw with Scotland in Group D at Wembley. The match didn't quite live up to the hype but there's still plenty to discuss - including Billy Gilmour's man-of-the-match performance on his first Scotland start, Harry Kane's struggles up front and what both sides need to do to go further in the tournament. John Murray is pitch side and speaks to Gareth Southgate, Tyrone Mings and Declan Rice to get their thoughts on the draw. And we'll also hear what the Scotland camp made of their first point at a major men's tournament since 1998, with reaction from manager Steve Clarke, captain Andy Robertson and Stephen O'Donnell. TOPICS 00:23 Full-time whistle reaction with John Murray, Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin and Jack Wilshere 10:36 Gareth Southgate interview with John Murray 13:31 James McFadden analysis 16:57 Harry Kane's performance 23:13 Andy Robertson reaction 25:12 Steve Clarke reaction 26:04 Billy Gilmour's first Scotland start 30:04 Stephen O'Donnell interview 31:36 Tyrone Mings interview with John Murray 33:55 Declan Rice interview with John Murray 35:26 England and Scotland's final group games

OTB Football
The Football Show | Southgate and Scotland | Alyson Rudd & Pat Nevin

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 46:34


Alyson Rudd of The Times joins Joe Molloy to discuss Gareth Southgate and how his tournament is going with England. Later Pat Nevin will join to talk about Scotland's 2-0 loss last night and what value remains for them in the tournament? @PaddyPower | #SaveOurGame

Football Daily
‘Schick'ening day for Scotland

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 49:15


Scotland, Spain, France and Germany are all on the agenda as Steve Crossman hosts this edition of the Daily Euro's pod. He briefly hands the baton over to Mark Chapman, who has all the analysis from Scotland's defeat to the Czech Republic. Pat Nevin and Charlie Adam give their verdicts as they hear from Scotland boss, Steve Clarke and captain, Andrew Robertson. Then Steve is joined by Micah Richards, Karen Carney and Guillem Balague as they all give their expert opinions after Spain got a goalless draw against Sweden. Not only that, they look ahead to one of the biggest fixtures of the week – France against Germany, and Steve sits down with World Cup winner, Cesc Fabregas to get the lowdown on one of his former team-mates, who just happens to be one of the world's best midfielders, N'Golo Kante. Topics: 1'20 – Start of the analysis after Scotland's defeat with Pat Nevin and Charlie Adam 10'20 – Andrew Robertson interview 13'20 – Steve Clarke interview 16'00 – Guillem Balague with his take on Spain's performance against Sweden 23'11 – Micah Richards on how Sweden need to be given some credit after that score line 29'15 – Finland captain, Tim Sparv on the aftermath of Christian Eriksen's cardiac arrest on the pitch on Saturday 38'39 – Cesc Fabregas on N'Golo Kante 40'45 – Karen Carney and Micah Richards on why France are favourites to win the Euro's, even with a few ego's in the side.

Chelsea FanCast
Chelsea FanCast #828 “The Incredible Journey”

Chelsea FanCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 143:25


Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and the Chelsea FanCast crew to wrap up the season with our annual review.On the show tonight, we'll be drawing the winner of the Pat Nevin book competition; we'll be revealing the winners and losers in the Chelsea FanCast season predictions and then we will review the season with our own ratings.We'll look at the ratings for the players and the management team; our Player of the Season; Breakthrough POTY; Most disappointing POTY and the goal of the season.We'll also look at the best result and match and the worst result and match and finally we'll rate the season as a whole, compare it to seasons past and share each of our best personal moments from the season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

OTB Football
'The Accidental Footballer' | Pat Nevin on his new autobiography

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 51:11


Pat Nevin joins Joe to chat about his newly-published autobiography; The Accidental Footballer. @Paddy Power

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter
Steve Clarke's Coaching Brain: Scotland preview, with Pat Nevin

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 36:49


HolaWelcome to the first of our daily Euro 2020 shows. I spoke to Pat Nevin, the former Chelsea and Scotland winger, about Scotland's chances of getting out of a group containing the Czech Republic, Croatia and England. Pat is a former teammate and close friend of Steve Clarke, and I think you'll love his insights into the Scotland boss.Pat also has a brilliant autobiography out, The Accidental Footballer, which makes for great summer reading.EnjoyG See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Football Daily
Inside the Scotland camp

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 50:29


All eyes are on Scotland as they prepare for their first major men's tournament in over 20 years. Connie McLaughlin is joined by two men who know all about Scotland's near-misses and heartaches over the last two decades - Alan Hutton and Robert Snodgrass. They discuss the selection headaches Steve Clarke is facing all over the pitch, which players will stand out this summer and share their memories of playing for the national team. We'll hear a special interview with goalkeeper David Marshall, the hero who saved the decisive penalty that saw Scotland beat Serbia to reach the tournament and Ryan Christie reveals his excitement about the prospect of playing in front of fans at Hampden Park. Pat Nevin drops by to tell us more about the manager Steve Clarke and how he's provided a calming influence on the team, before Scotland defender Jen Beattie shares her experience of playing at the 2019 Women's World Cup in France and how the men will be feeling ahead of such a big occasion. TOPICS 03:21 Eilidh Barbour inside the Scotland training camp 05:27 Interview with David Marshall 17:20 Steve Clarke's selection headaches and key players to watch 38:39 Jen Beattie on 2019 World Cup and how the men will be preparing 42:17 Ryan Christie interview 44:00 Scotland's group stage chances and predictions

Football Daily
Your guide to the Euros

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2021 60:59


We're officially on countdown to the Euros and here is your audio wall chart to guide you through this year's competition. Steve Crossman is alongside John Murray, Stephen Warnock, Pat Nevin and the Daily Telegraph's Jason Burt to go through each group and predict who will finish where, and what that would mean for the last 16. Topics: 2'02 – Group D – England, Scotland, Czech Republic and Croatia 13'14 - England vs Scotland 18'14 – Group A – Wales, Turkey, Switzerland and Italy 19'29 - European football expert Nicky Bandini 29'50 – Group F – Germany, France, Portugal and Hungary 42'21 – Group B - Denmark, Finland, Belgium and Russia. 42'27 - European football broadcaster Lars Sivertsen 51'57 – Group C – Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia 59'32 –Group E – Spain, Slovakia, Sweden and Poland

Off the Ball
5 Jun 21 Pat Nevin & Professor Jason Leitch

Off the Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 54:00


Coronavirus & the Euros, What Does Chelsea Mean To You, If The Name Fits, Football Track & Trace & The Tea XI with Pat Nevin & Professor Jason Leitch

Nessun Dorma 80s & 90s Football Podcast
ND Extra Time: The Accidental Footballer by Pat Nevin

Nessun Dorma 80s & 90s Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 69:15


Our Gary talks to the much loved Pat Nevin about his new memoir, The Accidental Footballer, already a bestseller. En route, we hear about Tommy Tuchel and the alchemy of football management, why it really was better growing up on cinder pitches in the 70s and what it was like on the other side of the whitewash when Everton played Liverpool in the 1989 FA Cup Final.And why Gary thought Pat was lying next to him in bed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Brazilian Shirt Name Podcast
4th May 1984 - Man City V Chelsea - Pat Nevin

The Brazilian Shirt Name Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 66:26


Tim is joined by Pat Nevin to talk about playing for Chelsea in the 80's, going to the Hacienda and politics of the time. Pat has a new book out called 'The Accidental Footballer' and it's avaliable in all good bookshops. Or here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-accidental-footballer/pat-nevin/9781800960114

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
In conversation with Pat Nevin

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 37:39


Matt Davies Adams talks to Chelsea and Scotland legend Pat Nevin about his remarkable career on and off the pitch. Pat's autobiography The Accidental Footballer is out in print and audiobook now. It's very good indeed - and we're not just saying that because Pat's one of our Totally pod squad - so get it here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

OTB Football
THE FOOTBALL SHOW | Chelsea's Champions League win, Tuchel success, Copa America pandemic issues

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 47:26


Joe Molloy is joined by former Chelsea player Pat Nevin as we look back on the Champions League final, Chelsea's win and the success Thomas Tuchel has had. BBC South American football journalist Tim Vickery also joins us on the show to discuss the issues with CONMEBOL and Sergio Aguero's move to Barcelona. @PaddyPower

Manchester Football Social
Champions League final looms between Chelsea and Man City, Spurs want Pochettino back and Scotland legend Pat Nevin talks being silly!

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 49:03


Chelsea and Manchester City will duel for the Champions League title in Saturday's final in Porto. Will the Blues win their second crown or will City scoop their first? (Part 2, 21:28) Mauricio Pochettino has allegedly been approached by managerless Tottenham about a return to the club. Will it work if he goes back to Spurs? (Part 3, 34:35) Ex-Scotland, Chelsea and Everton winger Pat Nevin joins Jim to discuss his career, international tournaments and why it's important to be silly sometimes!

Manchester Football Social
Champions League final looms between Chelsea and Man City, Spurs want Pochettino back and Scotland legend Pat Nevin talks being silly!

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 49:03


Chelsea and Manchester City will duel for the Champions League title in Saturday's final in Porto. Will the Blues win their second crown or will City scoop their first? (Part 2, 21:28) Mauricio Pochettino has allegedly been approached by managerless Tottenham about a return to the club. Will it work if he goes back to Spurs? (Part 3, 34:35) Ex-Scotland, Chelsea and Everton winger Pat Nevin joins Jim to discuss his career, international tournaments and why it's important to be silly sometimes!

Chelsea FanCast
Pat Nevin 'The Accidental Footballer' - Chelsea Fancast #825

Chelsea FanCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 110:08


Stamford Chidge interviews former Chelsea player, Pat Nevin, on the release of his autobiography 'The Accidental Footballer'.242 appearances and 45 goals in a five year career for Chelsea between 1983 and 1988 doesn't do justice to a Chelsea player who stole Chelsea supporters hearts then and still does to this day.Pat Nevin was a special player for Chelsea. A successor to Charlie Cooke as a Scottish wizard of the dribble, Pat beat players for fun and created the goals for Kerry Dixon in John Neal's team that won the Division Two title in 1984 and then put Chelsea back on the map competing for the Division One title in the following two seasons, all resplendent in that wonderful stripy Le Coq Sportif kit.As so often with Chelsea, it all went pear shaped as John Hollins and Ernie Whalley imposed a new style on the team that was devoid of any err style and Pat's creative abilities were overlooked before he was sold to Everton after Chelsea were relegated in a play off in 1988.But in those 5 years, Pat became one of Chelsea's most loved players due to his wonderful attacking and wing play and also because he dared to be different. The definition of an independent thinker and non-conformist, we also loved him for his love of indie music, with his head in the NME or a French novel and for his principled stance against racism and other injustices.Stamford Chidge talks to Pat about his book 'The Accidental Footballer' including Pat's views on John Neal, Man City and Arsenal away in 1984, music, John Peel and living in London in the 80's and standing in the Shed End with the supporters.'The Accidental Footballer' is available on Amazon priced at £16.00 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

On The Continent
Ramble Meets... Pat Nevin

On The Continent

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 64:36


On today’s episode of Ramble Meets… we welcome a man who, by his own volition, tried really hard not to be a footballer - and failed. It’s former Chelsea, Everton and Scotland winger, Pat Nevin!Pat joins Mark Pougatch to discuss an enriching career that was fuelled by a sheer enjoyment of football, with the trappings of fame and fortune never a remote consideration. He talks about his journey from the politically charged streets of the east end of Glasgow to Chelsea FC and London’s burgeoning music scene, all with a vigour that shows Pat’s love for the game will never truly dwindle.You can purchase Pat's new book, The Accidental Footballer, here!***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Football Daily
Bonus pod: All about the Scotland squad

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 38:22


Connie McLaughlin presents a special bonus edition of the Football Daily podcast as Scotland manager Steve Clarke has named his 26-man squad ahead of the Euros. We’re joined by former Scotland wingers Robert Snodgrass and Pat Nevin and our reporter Roddy Forsyth to dissect it all. We focus on the three uncapped players who have got the call up – Billy Gilmour, Nathan Patterson and David Turnbull and assess whether they should be in the starting eleven. There’s big omissions for Leigh Griffiths and Ryan Gauld – were they the right calls? And we debate who should start in the group games at the Euros with huge competition for places – especially in Scotland’s midfield. TOPICS: 1’00” – What did Pat say to Steve Clarke? 2’00” – Billy Gilmour’s inclusion in the squad 9’50” – Uncapped players Nathan Patterson and David Turnbull included in the 26 14’30” – Is Steve Clarke planning for the long-term future? 15’40” – Steve Clarke on youngsters in the squad 17’30” – Leigh Griffiths being left out 22’00” – Ryan Gauld’s exclusion 26’00” – The goalkeepers and central defence debate 29’00” – The midfield and the attack 33’00” – Looking ahead to the Euros

Football Daily
Chelsea's Champions League humbling and Alisson Wonderland

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 37:59


Emma Saunders is joined by Pat Nevin, Izzy Christiansen, Ben Haines and Vicki Sparks to reflect on Chelsea’s 4-0 loss against Barcelona in the Women’s Champions League Final – ending their dreams of a quadruple this season. The team discuss where it went wrong for Emma Hayes’ side and what impact the loss will have on the future of the club. We’ll also hear Hayes’ reaction to Chelsea’s difficult night. Liverpool’s top four destiny remains in their own hands after a sensational injury time header from goalkeeper Alisson gave them a 2-1 win at West Brom. Jurgen Klopp shares his thoughts on what that special moment meant to Alisson after a difficult year for the Brazilian and what it means in the race for Champions League qualification. And does Leicester’s FA Cup success over Chelsea give them the psychological advantage going into their crucial rematch in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge this week? TOPICS 00.50 - Reaction to Chelsea’s defeat in the Women’s Champions League Final 09.34 - Emma Hayes interview 11.42 - What does this defeat mean for the future of Chelsea and Emma Hayes? 17.57 - Reaction to Alisson’s sensational injury-time winner 20.40 - Jurgen Klopp interview 25.01 - How will the men’s FA Cup Final impact the rematch between Chelsea and Leicester in the Premier League this week? 31.52 - Tottenham and West Ham in the battle for Europa League qualification

Football Daily
Manchester City - Premier League Champions

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 43:27


Manchester City are the Premier League champions after Leicester beat Manchester United at Old Trafford to hand City their third title in four years. Steve Crossman is joined by a whole host of guests to assess some of the key performers and how unlikely their success looked at the start of the season. Plus, Guillem Balague explains that Pep Guardiola's future lies in Manchester for a good while yet. TOPICS: 00.37 – John Murray and ex-Manchester City midfielder Michael Brown on City’s achievement. 09.30 – Guillem Ballague on Pep Guardiola’s journey and the crucial role of assistant Juanma Lillo. 19.20 – Former City defender Nedum Onuoha, The Athletic’s Sam Lee and Pat Nevin on the influence of Ruben Dias, whether City will be even stronger next season, and Fernandinho’s future. 36.00 - Dave Mooney from the Blue Moon podcast.

Football Daily
Chelsea set up all-English final

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 42:32


Mark Chapman and the 5 Live Sport commentary team discuss Chelsea's 3-1 aggregate win over Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League which has set up an all-English final against Manchester City. The team look at the work Thomas Tuchel has done to transform their season by leading them to both the FA Cup and Champions League finals. We hear from the Chelsea boss as well as former winger Pat Nevin on their achievement and debate who will come out on top when they clash with Manchester City. And could we see another all-English final in Europe as Arsenal and Manchester United contest their Europa League semi-finals against Villarreal and Roma respectively on Thursday. We hear from Mikel Arteta and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. TOPICS & CONTENT 00:29: How Chelsea secured a Champions League final. 10:16: Chelsea fan Sam Obaseki talks about the thrill of Chelsea's efforts. 14:05: Should and all-English final really take place in Istanbul? 19:30: Thomas Tuchel interview. 22:43: Looking ahead to the Champions League final. 30:30: Time for a Real Madrid rebuild? 34:03: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer interview and Man United chat. 38:08: Mikel Arteta interview 40:05: Guillem Balague talks Villarreal and Arsenal.

Football Daily
The end of the European Super League story?

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 47:04


Steve Crossman presents a special episode on an extraordinary night where the six English clubs who signed up for the European Super League announce they have withdrawn from it less than 72 hours after it was created. The story developed so quickly, we decided the best way to bring it to you was in real-time of how the events unfolded on 5 Live Sport on Tuesday night. You’ll hear about the scenes outside Stamford Bridge as up to a thousand fans protested ahead of their game with Brighton and from Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel as the club announced they were the first to withdraw. Former Chelsea player Pat Nevin, Alistair Bruce-Ball, Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray and Miguel Delaney, the chief football writer for The Independent, discuss whether this is the end for the European Super League full stop and if the English clubs will face sanctions. Guillem Balague tells us about the reaction from Europe and BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone gives us insight into the news that Ed Woodward will stand down as executive vice-chairman of Manchester United. Topics: 35 seconds – Steve explains how the story unfolded 2’00” – Chelsea prepare to withdraw from the European Super League 2.30” – Laura Scott outside Stamford Bridge as Chelsea fans protest against the ESL 4’50” – Reaction from former Chelsea player Pat Nevin on Chelsea’s withdrawal 6’15” – Sports Editor Dan Roan gives more details on Chelsea pulling out 8’20” – Alistair Bruce-Ball on the scenes at Stamford Bridge 10’00” – Chat on the role of the fans on this decision 17’00” – Manchester City are pulling out and tweet from Kevin De Bruyne 18’00” – Reaction from Chelsea fan 25’00” – Real Madrid president Florentino Perez’s reasons for setting up the ESL 27’00” – Should the clubs face sanctions? 30’00” – UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin on the so-called “big six” in England 34’00” – Guillem Balague on the reaction from the non-English clubs involved 38’00” – Simon Stone on Manchester United announcing that Ed Woodward will stand down as executive vice-chairman 41’00” – Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel’s interview following the ESL announcement 44’00” – All English clubs involved in the Super League withdraw from it 46’00” – Eric Cantona on fans

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Jimbo welcomes Pat Nevin, Duncan Alexander and Sasha Goryunov for an in-depth discussion on the Champions league quarter-finals. It’s elimination for the holders Bayern and a triumph for PSG and for Neymar – the Prince Charles of football. Up next for them, Manchester City, who finally reach the semi-finals under Pep Guardiola as Foden (and Bellingham) show exactly what they’re made of. Liverpool are snuffed out by Real Madrid at Anfield. Has Klopp been found tactically lacking this season? And was that the end of the famed front three? West Ham have the chance to go 3rd in the Premier League this weekend. Was everyone wrong about David Moyes regressing? And can Allardyce actually steer West Brom to safety? Lynsey Hooper faces Julien Laurens in the last 16 of the Inter Totally Cup. And as the FA Cup semi-finals beckon, Pat remembers the day when he scored the winner in one semi, while tragedy struck at the other. RUNNING ORDER:    • PART 1a: PSG knock out Bayern (03m 00s) • PART 1b: City knock out Dortmund (09m 00s)  • PART 2a: Chelsea knock out Porto / great goals that didn’t matter (18m 30s) • PART 2b: Real Madrid knock out Liverpool (24m 00s) • PART 3a: Remembering 15th April 1989 (33m 00s) • PART 3b: FA Cup semi-finals preview (38m 00s) • PART 3b: Kudela banned for 10 matches (42m 30s) • PART 4a: West Brom’s transformation with Joseph Masi (47m 30s) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (54m 00s) • PART 5: Inter Totally Cup – Hooper v Laurens (63m 30s)    SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £4 A MONTH: • theathletic.com/totally   GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow   PARISH NOTICES: • we’re sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special   READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices