Jamie Carragher makes his return “90 Minutes with Neville Southall,” in the latest episode of the podcast. Nev talks with the Liverpool legend about a host of topics, including England’s missed World Cup opportunity, spiralling transfer fees, and the rise of the super agent.
Cristiano Ronaldo, whether players should become referees, and the many mysteries of VAR are also on the agenda. During the episode Jamie recounts meeting Pele and discusses the Brazilian icon’s impact on the global game. The former Liverpool defender also describes the work of his 23 Foundation and his early years as an Evertonian.
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ADDICTION, RECOVERY AND OPTIMISM : Billy Kenny (Warning : Strong Language)
1:04:39Billy Kenny had the world at his feet. A man of the match performance in a Merseyside derby aged 19, he was being touted as the next big Everton star. Then serious injury led to isolation from his teammates, depression, drug addiction and eventual retirement from the sport he loved. He was just 21. Now after getting clean of drugs, Billy wants his story to act as a cautionary tale to young people - not just footballers. In this searingly honest podcast, he tells Neville Southall how he hopes his experience can make a difference, especially in his home town of Liverpool. WARNING this podcast contains very strong language and discussion of drug use.
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FOOTBALL TODAY : Jamie Carragher
57:33Jamie Carragher makes his return “90 Minutes with Neville Southall,” in the latest episode of the podcast. Nev talks with the Liverpool legend about a host of topics, including England’s missed World Cup opportunity, spiralling transfer fees, and the rise of the super agent. Cristiano Ronaldo, whether players should become referees, and the many mysteries of VAR are also on the agenda. During the episode Jamie recounts meeting Pele and discusses the Brazilian icon’s impact on the global game. The former Liverpool defender also describes the work of his 23 Foundation and his early years as an Evertonian.
QATAR WORLD CUP : Jamie Carragher
51:27In this episode of “90 Minutes with Neville Southall,” Nev talks with Liverpool legend, former England international and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher about the controversial Qatar World Cup and the future of the game. Nev and Jamie break down the issues facing the England and Wales national teams and discuss Gareth Southgate’s future, while delving into the mysteries of modern football terminology - from false nines to CDMs. The fallout from the Super League debacle, the art of goalkeeping, Jamie’s transition from pitch to TV studio and his foundation are also on the agenda.
FOODBANKS : Dave Kelly
1:25:57In this episode of the “90 Minutes with Neville Southall”, Neville discusses the rise of Foodbanks in the UK with Trade Unionist and Evertonian, Dave Kelly. Dave, the chair of Fans Supporting Foodbanks, is a known fan activist who along with other fan groups has been at the forefront of many fan focussed campaigns. Dave, along with Ian Byrne, have inspired other fan groups to adopt the FSF model; creating a national organisation of fans committed to making sure families who are struggling as a result of Tory cuts can feed themselves. This podcast covers some of FSF new initiatives and provides a fascinating insight into their journey. It highlights the problems experienced by communities the length an breadth of the country.
MENOPAUSE : Diane Danzebring, Jenny Griffin, Melanie Harvey
1:17:18The Menopause used to be the hushed-up topic that women didn’t want to talk about, nevermind men. But thanks to some high-profile campaigners and lot of fed up women this issues – that effects more than half of the population – is in the mainstream to stay. Things are changing and Neville Southall wanted to know why those changes are so important and hear from two women who are making a difference.
RACIAL EQUITY : Emy Onuora, Shaka Hislop
1:25:32In this episode of the “90 Minutes with Neville Southall” podcast Neville discusses racial equity in sport and in society as a whole. From racism in football to the killing of George Floyd and the ongoing reckoning around race, Neville’s guests tackle a wide range of topics, share their experiences, and provide insight into the issue of racial equity. Neville speaks to Emy Onuora, Race Equality Project Manager at Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, author of “Pitch Black: The History of Black British Footballers” and co-author of “Great War to Race Riots,” about the experiences of black players in football and the struggle to deliver racial equity. Neville also speaks to ESPN analyst, commentator, and former footballer Shaka Hislop, who played over 200 Premier League games for Newcastle, West Ham, and Portsmouth and represented Trinidad and Tobago in their World Cup debut in 2006. Shaka, who also played in Major League Soccer with FC Dallas, recounts his experiences on and off the pitch on both sides of the Atlantic and his work as the honorary president of the anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.
DISABILITY : Steve Johnson, Dawn Rozzell-Howens, Ian Birrell
1:24:42Recorded on Sunday 16thJanuary, 2022: Disability. In this episode of the 90 Minutes with Neville Southall podcast, Neville explores the challenges and opportunities found in the lives of people living with disabilities – and hears impassioned and illuminating testimonies from his three guests. He speaks to Steve Johnson, a former World Amputee Footballer of the Year, who is the disability manager for Everton FC. Steve recalls the day he lost a leg in an accident when playing football and explains how sport helped bring a fresh focus to his life as well as his work ensuring access to football for others through Everton In The Community. The importance of providing sport for people with disabilities is underlined by another guest, Dawn Rozzell-Howens. Her father, Dave, created the disability programme for British Gymnastics and at Spartac Gym Club in Ormskirk they offer opportunities for gymnasts with disabilities – including Dawn’s son Sam, who has Down Syndrome. Neville also hears from journalist and campaigner Ian Birrell who cites cases involving the abusive incarceration of people with autism as he highlights the lack of care and attention given in our society to people with disabilities.
POVERTY : Andy Burnham
1:17:03Recorded on Sunday 9th Jan, 2022 : The podcast 90 Minutes with Neville Southall launches with an in-depth conversation between Neville Southall and Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham. As well as being fanatical Evertonians, Southall and Burnham share a passion for a fairer society, with stable employment, housing and access to health care for all at the top of their agendas. In the episode they discuss poverty, how the country could and should move into the post-pandemic era, the issue of rough sleeping, Britain’s mental health crisis, transport inequality and their hopes for the future.