The Big Interview with Graham Hunter

Graham Hunter one-on-one with the biggest names in football. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 36m. Bisher sind 540 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 3 Tage.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 13 days 22 hours 6 minutes


Joe Jordan: Foreign Fields (Part Two)

It was Joe Jordan's goal - a diving header against Czechoslovakia in 1973 - which helped Scotland qualify for their first World Cup finals in 16 years. That he went on to score in three World Cup finals - West Germany 74, Argentina in 1978 and Spa...


 2016-04-16  58m

Joe Jordan: Inside Revie's Leeds (Part One)

Joe Jordan was a footballer of immense talent and character. A proud Scot who is one of a select band of players to score at three World Cups finals, Joe's club career took him to the very top of the European game with Leeds, Manchester United and...


 2016-04-14  1h7m

Jody Morris: The Long Road Home

So many questions surround Jody Morris' career - and, as I found out during our captivating conversation, the man himself is not short of answers. What was life like under Hoddle, Vialli and Gullit at pre-Abramovich Chelsea? How does he feel about...


 2016-03-31  1h29m

Damien Duff: The Street Footballer

It was only fitting that we should meet Damien Duff at the Aviva Stadium - formerly Lansdowne Road - the ground where he won so many of his 100 caps for Republic of Ireland. His reflections on his fledgling international career - at the FIFA World Yout...


 2016-03-17  1h16m

Frank McAvennie: The Boys of '86

It's 30 years since West Ham United's best-ever top-flight finish. That was Frank McAvennie's first season in English football and it was packed full of the most incredible stories. They're all here. The television black-out that ma...


 2016-03-03  1h27m

Gary McAllister: When The Town Believes

Meeting Gary McAllister – in Leeds, no less – reminded me of the achievement of the championship team he played in at Elland Road. That midfield: two academy graduates, Gary Speed and David Batty, and two Scottish recruits, Gordon Strachan and Gary him...


 2016-02-18  1h21m

Peter Beardsley: Three Passes Ahead

What a player he was, and what stories Peter Beardsley has to tell us. How a game against George Best led to a one-game Manchester United career; why Tino Asprilla was most certainly not the reason Newcastle United blew the title in 1996; how he ended ...


 2016-02-04  1h41m

David Provan: Tell me what I didn't see

David Provan is the best co-commentator in football. He's been promoted within the Sky team time and again despite having no real name in England from his playing days - it's all been done behind quick, insightful calls and a fierce commitmen...


 2016-01-21  1h13m

Gaizka Mendieta: Practice makes perfect

How does an elite middle distance runner become an elite footballer? How does a guy who can't trap a ball become European Midfielder of the Year - twice? How does that player adapt his penalty technique to become - very nearly - perfect? Gaizka Me...


 2016-01-07  1h12m

Alan Pardew: Pivotal Moments

In this one, Alan Pardew was brilliant on some very big moments in his career, the kind that can go either way and result in very different outcomes. Like, what if Steven Gerrard hadn't hit one of the all-time FA Cup final goals against Pardew...


 2015-12-21  1h6m