In part two of my conversation with Kevin Campbell, you’ll hear about coming through the ranks at his beloved Arsenal under legendary academy coach Pat Rice. You’ll hear what it was like to witness that incredible injury-time Michael Thomas goal at Anfield which clinched the 1989 title for the Gunners.You’ll also hear about Kev’s time at Everton. He loved it there because he had service from the likes of John Collins, Scot Gemmill, Olivier Dacourt and Don Hutchison, with Franny Jeffers alongside him up front. He also once played with a fourteen-year-old genius by the name of Wayne Rooney.Now aged fifty, you get the impression that, more than anything else, this modest man is interested in passing on his wisdom – not just about sport, but about life in general.Kev, it was an honour.GrahamSubscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channelSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Oh what joy to be sitting in the same room as a Big Interview guest, particularly one as special as Kevin Campbell.There aren’t many players who can claim they were adored at every club they played for, but Kevin is one. His love for football and his sheer commitment to winning endeared the brilliant, prolific striker wherever he went. He is also one of the beautiful game’s great storytellers.In part one, you’ll hear about the craziness of Turkish football and what it’s like to net a hat-trick for Trabzonspor at Galatasaray. There’s also an amazing description of how Kev harnessed the indignation he felt towards the social injustice he and his Brixton community endured as a driver for success.You will love this.GrahamSubscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channelSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Inside the Dressing Room | Jason Cundy & Kevin Campbell
Lockdown Series | Episode 15 Today at 5pm, we go beyond the pitch and take you, Inside the Dressing Room for a nostalgic conversation with Talksport’s, Jason Cundy. Join the squad and see the game through the eyes of a rival player.
Our guest this week is former striker, and league title winner, Kevin Campbell. Earmarked for a successful career ever since his record-breaking days in the youth teams, Kevin recalls how he broke into the side as an 18 year old, and soon made his mark alongside Alan Smith and Ian Wright up front. In a far-reaching interview, he tells us exactly what representing the club meant to a boyhood Arsenal fan, and looks back fondly on the league title success of 1991 and 1994 Cup Winners' Cup triumph. He also reveals his emotions when it was time for him to leave the club in 1995. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EP101: "Hello, Friends!" Presents KEVIN CAMPBELL: A BB22 Exit Conversation!
Hello, Friends Podcast
Third juror Kevin Campbell joins Eric and Nicole for an extra special, supersized episode of “Hello, Friends!” where he discusses his time in both the Big Brother: All-Stars house and subsequent jury house. What were his initial thoughts during the premiere? How does he feel now about his reads early-on in the game? What were things like in the jury house? Who was he planning to vote for had different Final 2 scenarios played-out? Get the answers to all of this and more as Kevin and Nicole are reunited for the first time since her eviction and as they and Eric converse about the overall reception of this season. The "Hello, Friends!" Podcast can be listened to on all of your favorite podcast providers, all of the video shows can be watched in your favorite viewing locations, and exclusive bonus content can be found only in the TVCO app! You can find the links to everything on the "Hello, Friends!" Website: www.HelloFriendsPod.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 1: Kevin Campbell, Youth Permanency Expert-Full Episode
On Common Ground, with Dusty Keene
Our youth, our future, and how we got here. Hosted by Dusty Keene. Episode one: Interview with Kevin A. Campbell, an internationally known youth permanency expert. Learn why family finding and permanency can replace a broken system and build our youths future.