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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adrian Bevington. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adrian Bevington, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adrian Bevington. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adrian Bevington, often where they are interviewed.

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EXCLUSIVE: Adrian Bevington on SPFL

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Adrian shares his view on the way forward for the Scottish game.
Oct 19 2020 · 18mins
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ACEcast #212 Andy Campbell Football Show #44 Adrian Bevington

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Its Monday or otherwise known as Andy Campbell Footy Show day. The most interactive football show in media is back for another entertaining and fascinating show in association with Black Diamond Sports Ltd (@BDsportsInt)

A.C.E Podcast Nation Host Si (@ACEcast_Nation) and Former Cardiff & Boro striker Andy Campbell (@AndyCampbell32) are back to talk the biggest stories of the week from the football world, as well as being joined by a special guest.

This week the lads are joined by Former England Team Managing Director Adrian Bevington (@AdrianBevington11) who has worked with some of the biggest names in the world football including managers like Fabio Capello, Sven Goran Eriksen, Steve McClaren & the golden generation of English talent including the likes of David Beckham, Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney & more. Its shaping up to be an extremely interesting show with discussions on the latest news, Adrian's career & of course taking questions from the live chat as usual.

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Jun 09 2020 · 2hr

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Global football show - Adrian Bevington and Roger Mitchell

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Adrian and Roger discuss project restart, the analytics that are revolutionising the game and how the football landscape could alter in the years ahead.
Jun 07 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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Adrian Bevington on Project Restart, leadership in sport & opportunities for the football industry

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In this episode Jonny Madill and Daniel Geey are joined by Adrian Bevington, one of the football industry’s most experienced communications and senior leadership executives to discuss everything from Project Restart and how the football industry can navigate the current crisis, to opportunities for sports clubs and brands to think creatively and stand out from the crowd, and the importance of leadership and effective comms in challenging times like these. Adrian, who spent 17 years at the FA as first Communications Director and then Club England Managing Director, and has worked at 5 World Cups and 3 European Championships, also talks about England’s “golden generation” and shares his memories with Jonny of England’s infamous World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland in 2005!
Jun 05 2020 · 48mins

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Football Governance - Adrian Bevington

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Callum is joined by former FA head of communications Adrian Bevington who gives a fascinating insight into what it’s like working at such a high profile organisation - the English FA - for an extended period of time, what it was like working alongside stars like Sven and David Beckham as well as his admiration and passion for Scottish Football.
May 09 2020 · 1hr
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In conversation with Adrian Bevington

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Ep 87 – Adrian Bevington was the Club England Managing Director between 2010-2014, he also had numerous other roles within the England/FA set-up. Join us as he tells me what’s involved and tells me some stories of his time there.

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Apr 09 2020 · 44mins
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Adrian Bevington: Crisis communications, football and the coronavirus

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The communication principles to use in the coronavirus crisis

The differences of approach around European football

Rights and wrongs of a holding statement

The possible repositioning of football after we return - “We could be a better society at the end of this, one where we are kinder”

Reframing the narrative around the game

Collaborative working between clubs

Looking back at changes during Adrian’s time as Director of Communications for the England team

The first Twitter World Cup

The influence of Gareth Southgate in England’s recent PR revival

The change in newspapers’ influence and tone in recent decades

How England players like Lampard, Gerrard etc learnt to handle the media

The rigours of the role - being on call 24/7, arguments, powerful personalities

How to use social media to correct negative stories

The move to become MD of Team England

The rarity of moving into a leadership role with a background in communications

In the post-coronavirus football world will the leadership of football clubs lean more to communications and community?

Moving to the FA of Wales for this their successful Euro

The pressure of certain countries/club and how that can stifle joy

Extrapolating a positive culture when you have a great leader

Values - creating them and communicating them. “Values are not just words, Values are what you live”

Having stretch targets and creating transparency with supporters

The pressure of success and how that affects values

Adrian’s key tips for sporting organisations when we emerge from the coronavirus

Mar 31 2020 · 56mins
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E51: Inside Football with Adrian Bevington

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Today we go behind the scenes in football with Adrian Bevington.

There are very few people better qualified to talk about what’s really happening in the corridors of power at a national level and within the club game.

Adrian is best known for his work at The FA over nearly two decades, first as the go-to comms guy and then as managing director of Club England, a role he held for five years till 2015.

During his period at the FA he worked with seven England managers Howard Wilkinson, Peter Taylor, Kevin Keegan, Sven-Göran Eriksson, Steve McClaren, Fabio Capello and Roy Hodgson. and worked with several chief executives, including Brian Barwick, Adam Crozier and Ian Watmore.

Adrian was born in Middlesbrough and started his career at ICI as a trainee reporter on the company newspaper C&P News in 1987. He is a lifelong fan of his hometown football team Middlesbrough Football Club, whose media team he later joined.

He has also written books on the club, one with fellow press officer Dave Allen, "From Doom to Boom: The Most Dramatic Decade in the Life of Middlesbrough FC" published in 1996), about the dramatic rebirth of the club following their financial woes in mid 80s. In 2018 Bevington moved back to his hometown and became Middlesbrough’s Head of Recruitment Operations a role he left at the end of last year.

Mar 24 2020 ·
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Adrian Bevington: The Inquisitive Veteran

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Adrian Bevington (@ABevington11) has built himself from the ground up, gradually establishing himself as one of sport’s governing bodies’ longest serving and respectable executives. His extensive career in football, media, and communications has gained him an invaluable perspective and knowledge of the industry, and one that we were fortunate enough to pick his brains about.

He talked to @markusfjortoft and @CiaranMcKenna8 about the deliberate strategy put in place in articulating the new-found DNA of the English national set-up, the "Golden Generation", dealing with "Brand Beckham", whether the state of football is at a vital crossroads, the values/principles that guide him, adapting to an ever-changing industry, advice for the next generation + much more!

Adrian worked for the FA for 17 years in various roles, such as: Head of Media, Director of Communications, Club England Managing Director, and been at his boyhood club Middlesbrough for two spells, first as a Senior Publications and Press Officer and then part of the Executive Management Team. He’s now an independent director at North Riding FA and also has established his own Sports & Communications Consultancy Company, consulting various prominent clients. 

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Feb 20 2020 · 55mins
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Adrian Bevington

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Adrian Bevington, a familiar name to anyone working in the UK football business, is the featured interview on this week's SB Weekly.

Adrian was Director of Communications at the English Football Association and Managing Director of Club England, the position that oversees the operations of every England football team.

In the latter, he oversaw the management and operational support services of all England teams, and helped develop the female game, bringing an England women's match to the new Wembley for the first time in November 2014.

Adrian left the FA two years ago and now runs his own wide-ranging sports consultancy, spending this summer at the Euros working as a consultant to the Football Association of Wales.

In this week's episode, hear Adrian discuss:

  • His work with the Football Association of Wales, a fascinating month in France, and why he was impressed with Chris Coleman's leadership style
  • Why Sam Allardyce is, in his opinion, a good fit for the England job and will bring a refreshing new mindset to the FA set-up
  • The challenges running English football clubs, seen first hand through his consultancy work with Watford, Nottingham Forest and Aston Villa
  • His views on Tracey Crouch's recent criticism of the FA and its need to reform
  • A burning desire to turn his hand to club football full-time as a CEO
  • The huge opportunity presented by the growth of football in China and India.
Aug 03 2016 · 36mins