Episode 39 - Kenny Miller interview + new beginnings
The guys are back after a short break, but are back with a banger of an episode. First, they run through all of the new changes to the podcast, including their network/sponsorship deal, their new 90Plus Instagram account, new logo, promo video and more. Then at 13:17, former Whitecaps, Rangers, Wolves, and Scotland striker Kenny Miller joins the show for an interview looking at his time with the Whitecaps, his career in Europe, and the early years of his coaching career in Australia.
Ep 14 feat. Tim Driscoll | TSCHL Commissioner + Kenny Miller | Toledo Cherokee (USPHL) General Manager & Head Coach
Tri-States Collegiate Hockey League commissioner Tim Driscoll talks about channeling the competitive fire that he used behind the bench at the University of Dayton and Xavier University into running "The T" and making it the premier ACHA conference, the excitement he feels about bringing the Kentucky-Louisville rivalry to the TSCHL, and looks forward to the league's 2021 tournament at Bowling Green's Slater Arena. Kenny Miller talks about his junior hockey journey that took him from Toledo through Alpena and Marquette in the NAHL before coming full circle back to Toledo with the Cherokee of the USPHL where he has been general manager and head coach since 2013. He discusses what junior hockey managers and coaches look for in players, the differences between the Michigan and Ohio high school scenes and where you can get his mother's egg, cheese and mayo sandwiches
Scott caught up with former Rangers striker Kenny Miller to discuss his career in football and in particular his 3 trophy laden spells at Ibrox. Kenny was as open and honest as ever and is passion for Rangers shines through. A pleasure to talk to and a gentleman to deal with. #KeepTheBattleFeverOn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Vastly experienced striker Kenny Miller is the latest guest on the Scottish Football Coaching Podcast. The recently retired goalscorer joins the podcast team to talk about his successful career, and the learnings he can take as he begins his coaching journey. During his career, Miller gained 69 caps for his country as well as playing for 12 different clubs including Rangers, Celtic, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Derby County.
In this episode Kenny talks of his passion for the game from an early age playing behind the goals as a kid and the magic of street football. Loving the feeling of the ball hitting the back of the net when as kids you were able to get a shot of playing in the real nets. The big influence Donald Park had on his development from when he was 12 years old How he learned to relish higher demands being placed on him and how it led to him playing at the highest level and always want to go as far as he can go. How to play at a big club you need to be able not just survive but thrive under pressure The importance of the relationship and respect between the coach and player His belief on focusing on the "process" for consistent success always asking the question "how do we win" How "WALTER Smith" got the best out of him And the key lesson he learned from Mark Warburton The importance of asking yourself on not just how can you can get better but how you can help others get better on a daily basis.
216: Si Ferry Meets… Kenny Miller | Epic Conversation on Life at Rangers, Hibs, Celtic & Scotland
Open Goal - Football Show
Si sits down to have an epic conversation with former Scotland International, Kenny Miller as he looks back candidly on his trophy-laden career spent at Ibrox. One of very few men to have crossed the Glasgow divide between Celtic and Rangers, Kenny discusses the many highs and lows that have came with a love of playing the game that saw him continue his career up until the age of 40.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
215: Keeping the Ball on the Ground with Gary Harkins | Storm Ciara, Kenny Miller Retirement, William Hill Scottish Cup Draw
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Fromer Partick Thistle, Kilmarnock and Morton midfielder, Gary Harkins joins the lads this week to chat through his career as well as all the recent topical matters such as Storm Ciara wreaking havoc on the Scottish game at the weekend, Kenny Miller's retirement from football and the William Hill Scottish Cup Quarter Final draw. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's Miller time as the one and only Kenny Miller joins Ewen and Grado in the studio for Episode 20.The current Thistle player talks through his career at Rangers, Celtic, Hibs and everything in between...Expect to hear his views on Murty & Caixinha, that season at Celtic, life as Livi manager and what Spice Girl he would be!Plus win free beer, Grado's encounter with a psychic and of course chatting about detective Colleen Rooney!
In part two of his interview with the Hampden roar, Kenny discusses the defeats to Georgia and Italy that saw our Euro 2008 qualifying campaign fall to pieces. He also chats about the reigns of George Burley and Craig Levein, including the Boozegate incident and the infamous 4-6-0 formation in the Czech Republic. Kenny also discusses the appointment of Gordon Strachan, how his international career came to an end and scoring against England at Wembley in his final cap. The 18-goal striker also discusses the upcoming Euro 2020 qualification campaign and his expectations on the current Scotland squad.