Judgy and Pricey caught up, over zoom, with former Scottish international, Chelsea, Everton and Tranmere winger Pat Nevin. Pat took us through his football career starting with how he came into the game at a young age but was torn in his early years between enjoying his life and progressing his studies alongside football or going Pro. He did, of course, eventually take the plunge and didn't look back. After moving down to London with Chelsea and being voted their player of the year in 1987/88, Pat was eventually signed by Colin Harvey for Everton where he enjoyed 4 seasons under Colin and later under the returning Howard Kendall. Pat talks us through the good and bad times he had at the club, playing with an "exceptionally talented group of players", who, for many reasons, never hit the heights of their predecessors. Pat talks at length about the transition that Colin Harvey has attempting to orchestrate and gives his opinions on where it went wrong. Pat also recalls the incredibly difficult period of the Hillsborough disaster and the "impossible" final which followed it. Pat also opens up on his relationship with the late Howard Kendall and how from day 1, he could tell that Howard "didn't fancy him" as a player. We also hear about the great years that Pat had at Tranmere where Pat felt he played some of his best football. Really interesting chat with an incredibly honest and articulate man!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Clarke's Coaching Brain: Scotland preview, with Pat Nevin
The Big Interview at the Euros
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.EnjoyGSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What's that? You're still basking in the glory of Chelsea's Champions League triumph and want a bonus Straight Outta Cobham with Blues legend Pat Nevin?Oh, go on then...Pat joins Matt Davies-Adams to reflect on his remarkable career on and off the pitch following the release of his autobiography - The Accidental Footballer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ND Extra Time: The Accidental Footballer by Pat Nevin
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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.
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
On today’s episode of Ramble Meets… we welcome a man who, by his own admission, 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.
Series 2 Episode 4 - The Indie Episode! What Goes Around is all about finding music fans in unusual places and this week, we shoot ... and we score! Our guest is the brilliant writer, presenter and footballing legend Pat Nevin. Pat may be best known as a flying winger for Chelsea and Scotland but he has always been a music fan first and foremost. We are delighted that Pat agreed to share his Phonographic Memories with us, he takes us from the pre punk days right up to the modern day and gives us some priceless anecdotes about meeting and becoming friends with the late great John Peel, his love of DJing and how he never really wanted to be a footballer in the first place. Humble and generous to a fault this one was a joy to record. In honour of Pat being our guest we decided to christen this the Indie Music episode. David Christian-Bower from Indie stalwarts Comet Gain takes time out to make us believe in 'Indie Music'. It's a celebration of the freaks and geeks that shaped the modern music scene during the 80s. Before all that, Anne and Eamon discuss the dark art of house hunting for DJs. They also talk canal parties and discuss the house of 'El Diablo'. Mainly thanks to Pat and David this weeks Spotify playlist is actually really bloody good so stick it on! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2IKDpjeb1v1tLHrUBIqbcs?si=8eec1d42fcb44595 Anne also mentions this incredible listing on Right Move, we recommend you play the video walkthrough with the sound on full blast, its a vibe! https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/104968019#/ CONTACT US: WHATGOESPOD@GMAIL.COM Twitter - @WHATGOESPOD Instagram - @WHATGOESPOD Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WhatGoesPod/ *BIG UP THE LIKERS RETWEETERS & SHARERS*
Pat Nevin joins Callum. Pat is a Scottish retired footballer. In a 20-year career, he played for Clyde, Chelsea, Everton, Tranmere Rovers, Kilmarnock and Motherwell as a winger. He won 28 caps for Scotland, scattered across a ten-year international career, and was selected for the UEFA Euro 1992 finals squad. Since retiring as a player, Nevin has worked as a chief executive of Motherwell and as a football writer and broadcaster.