Euro 2020 Preview With John Hartson & Alan McInally
The ITV Football Football Show
The time for talking is over - well, almost - as Mark and Andros have time for one last hurrah before the Euros begin in Rome on Friday evening. Joining them to chew the footballing fat are ex-Wales and Scotland internationals John Hartson and Alan McInally, who are quietly confident about their sides' respective chances. They discuss the importance of team spirit at international level, the likely stars of the tournament, how the home nations will line up and the realistic expectations of all three. We also hear from Gareth Bale and find out about Andros's week in Wales as he starts the process of getting his coaching badges.
Scotland and Bayern Munich star Alan McInally on why football fans don't matter any more
The Andrew Pierce Show
Andrew Pierce talks to Alan McInally, who played top-flight football in both Europe and Britain, on why club owners no longer care about fans, and speaks to GP Dr Renee Hoenderkamp about why Covid restrictions on funerals are cruel and unnecessary with infections and deaths both plunging. Plus, why ARE garden snobs turning their noses up at the humble geranium?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alan McInally tips Steven Gerrard for England job... | The Group Chat
The Group Chat
The Group Chat on Footy Accumulators, featuring Will Perry and Alan McInally...The lads discuss the big talking points of the week, including Manchester City and the resurgence of John Stones alongside Ruben Dias in the heart of their defence.Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is tipped to be the next England manager and the lads have an FA Cup acca ahead of the weekend...Football chat and football tips, what more could you want!
Alan McInally won the Bundesliga in his first season at Bayern Munich, missing only two games. He learned German and starred alongside legends like Klaus Augenthaler, Hans Pflügler and Jürgen Kohler. There was also current boss Hans-Dieter Flick, a quiet scholar of the game who has brought huge success to the club. Alan’s manager Jupp Heynckes was very demanding but brilliant. The players were weighed every day and trained every Sunday. Alan loved president Uli Hoeneß who was so kind to him when his career was tragically cut short by injury at the age of just 30.Also in part two, Alan vividly describes what it felt like walking out to play in a World Cup match for Scotland.Thanks for a brilliant Big Interview, Big ManGraham.Subscribe to Between the Lines: The Stories Behind Great Sports Writing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alan ‘Rambo’ McInally works so well on television because he brings the same passion and astuteness that he employed in his career as a clever, uncompromising striker. In this Big Interview, he describes in forensic detail a goal of the season he once scored for Aston Villa against Millwall.We chat about Alan’s move from Celtic to Villa where he played under the late Graham Taylor. He had great midfield suppliers like Gordon ‘Sid’ Cowans and the late great Neale ‘Tattie’ Cooper. Graham was a father figure, unyielding but without whose coaching Alan wouldn’t have achieved his next move, to Bayern Munich.Thanks for a brilliant Big Interview, Big Man.Graham.Subscribe to Between the Lines: The Stories Behind Great Sports Writing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Time Out Podcast EP 31 With Guest Alan McInally October 27th '20
The Time Out Podcast
Alan McInally had to retire in his early thirties from his football career after sustaining an injury whilst at german giants Bayern Munich. Prior to this, Alan achieved success. In 1989/90 he won the Bundesliga title with Bayern. 4 years previous Alan along with another huge club in Celtic won the Scottish title as they just pipped Hearts to 1st spot on goal difference. Alan also represented Scotland at the 1990 World Cup. He currently works as a pundit on sky sports' Gillette soccer saturday and also works on their midweek shows. It was great to chat to Alan, such an interesting, funny man. We reviewed the weekend action in the premier league, looked at Celtic's current form in the SPL and touched on his own playing days and boy did he have some great stories to tell me. Hope you enjoy it!Support the show (https://paypal.me/TheTimeOutPodcast)
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Owen Coyle, Alan McInally, Rab Douglas, Mark Burchill, Niall Quinn & more with A Celtic State of Mind
A Celtic State of Mind
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK's Best Football Podcast at the prestigious 2018 Football Blogging Awards. The podcast now has an exciting partnership with Fansbet, the betting firm developed by fans for fans.In this latest episode, Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham attended the Fansbet Star Sixes tournament in Glasgow, where they were joined by a host of figures with A Celtic State of Mind, including:* Alan McInally;* Owen Coyle;* Rab Douglas;* Stephen Hunt;* Mark Burchill;* Jackie McNamara;* Niall Quinn;* The Anfield Wrap's John Gibbons.A Celtic State of Mind has gone from strength-to-strength over the last year, and there are many more guests lined up in the weeks ahead from the world of sport, music, film, art, broadcasting, literature and politics.Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulDykes, @anorthernprose and @ACSOMPOD and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or through your podcast player.