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Mike Nevin is joined by Marc McColgan to discuss the culture around football programmes. They look at their favourites in their collections, and discuss the stories behind some too.
Mike Nevin is joined again by Karl Koppack continue the discussion on Graeme Souness’s spell as manager. The lads continue the discussion from the previous podcast, and get on to the topic of the 92 FA Cup and eventually Souness leaving the club.
Mike Nevin is joined again by Karl Koppack and Jim Boardman to discuss Graeme Souness’s spell as manager. We hear the case for both sides. Mitigation, litigation; just need for meditation. A story of mental and physical health, unhappiness, some joy and doctors with restraining orders. Was our greatest ever midfielder (sorry, Steve) and unparalleled leader guilty beyond reasonable doubt? We open the casebook in part 1 of The Souness Years.
They shot the right Kennedy and it wasn’t Alan. Mike Nevin is joined by Karl Koppack and Jim Boardman for an episode devoted to 8 years of Liverpool’s greatest decade, through the prism of the great, Ray Kennedy. The final Bill Shankly signing, Ray's first goal for the Reds was the last of 11 in a record-breaking night at Anfield and by the time he moved to Swansea he'd bagged five league titles and three European Cups.
In part two of the first episode of Retro Reds, Mike Nevin and Jan Molby continue their analysis of the 1984/85 season including FA Cup defeat at the hands of Manchester United, Everton winning the league by a margin and of course the season ending European Cup Final where football really did take a backseat at the Heysel Stadium in Belgium.
Retro Reds is a new show all about the history of Liverpool Football Club – in the first part of episode one, host Mike Nevin, is joined by the great Dane Jan Molby. The pair look through the early stages of the 1984/85 season, Jan's first with the Reds.